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The entire island group, inclusive of American Samoa, was called “ Navigators Islands ” by European explorers before the 20th century because of the Samoans ' seafaring skills.
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Cartier Island Marine Reserve includes the entire sand cay of Cartier Island, the reef surrounding it, the ocean for a radius around the island, and below the seafloor.
After some thought, they rescinded this order, and only put to death the leading 1000 ringleaders of the revolt, and redistributed the land of the entire island to Athenian shareholders, who were sent out to reside on Lesbos.
The eldest of these, Atlas, was made rightful king of the entire island and the ocean ( called the Atlantic Ocean in his honor ), and was given the mountain of his birth and the surrounding area as his fiefdom.
It also refers to Bornholm Regional Municipality, the municipality () which covers the entire island.
Bornholm Regional Municipality is the local authority ( Danish, kommune ) covering the entire island.
Cyprus: population growth 1961-2003 ( numbers for the entire island, excluding in recent years some 150, 000 Turkish immigrants residing in Northern Cyprus ).
Before the dispute started in 1964 the peoples of Cyprus ( then 77 % Greek Cypriots, 18 % Turkish Cypriots, 5 % other nationalities, including Armenians and Maronites ) were dispersed over the entire island.
In 1886 Said Ali bin Said Omar, Sultan of Bambao, signed an agreement with the French government that allowed France to establish a protectorate over the entire island of Ngazidja ( Grande Comore ; protectorates were also established over Ndzwani ( Anjouan ), and Mwali ( Mohéli island in French ) the same year.
Although the Romans inflicted heavy losses on the enemy, two-thirds of the Caledonian army escaped and hid in the Scottish marshes and Highlands, ultimately preventing Agricola from bringing the entire British island under his control.
* 1998 – Hurricane Quinto strikes the Cayman Islands, knocking out power to the entire island for 2 days.
The entire south side, called by some the " sad side ", of the island is off-limits to the general public.
Furthermore, United States government military strategists feared that Soviet use of the island would enable the Soviet Union to project tactical power over the entire Caribbean region.
The United Nations ceded the island nation to the powerful mutant Magneto, after he demanded an entire mutants-only nation.
However, the entire island was reduced to rubble and its mutant population was slain by Cassandra Nova's Sentinels.
However, in a situation where a single female gecko populates an entire island, the island will suffer from a lack of genetic variation within the geckos that inhabit it.
The entire island remained under Haitian rule until 1844, when in the east a nationalist group called La Trinitaria led a revolt that helped convert the country into the Dominican Republic.
King James I & VI as he was styled became the first monarch to rule the entire island of Great Britain, although it was merely a union of the English and Scottish crowns, and both countries remained separate political entities until 1707.
He fell for an entire day and landed on the island of Lemnos, where he was cared for and taught to be a master craftsman by the Sintians — an ancient tribe native to that island.
The island's largest town and administrative centre is Douglas, the population of which is 23 000, nearly a third of the entire population of the island.
Cambro-Norman control was initially limited to the south-eastern parts of Ireland so a further four centuries were to elapse before the entire island was shired.
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We have attempted to simplify the extensive task of analyzing onset ages and completion ages of each child -- more than 1700 values for the entire group -- by constructing figures for each of the 21 centers so that the data for all 34 boys and 34 of the girls will appear together for each growth center.
For purposes of sample selection only ( individual tests were given later ) we obtained group test scores of reading achievement and intelligence from school records of the entire third-grade population in each school system.
The entire group of managers explained, in great detail, a number of human relations errors that he made.
Communities would come together for an entire day of singing in a large building where they sat in four distinct areas surrounding an open space, one member directing the group as a whole.
An entire group of working architects, including Erich Mendelsohn, Bruno Taut and Hans Poelzig, turned away from fanciful experimentation, and turned toward rational, functional, sometimes standardized building.
These agents may be lethal or non-lethal, and may be targeted against a single individual, a group of people, or even an entire population.
There have been attempts at categorizing this fictional group of beings, and Phillip A. Schreffler argues that by carefully scrutinizing Lovecraft's writings a workable framework emerges that outlines the entire " pantheon " – from the unreachable " Outer Ones " ( e. g. Azathoth, who apparently occupies the centre of the universe ) and " Great Old Ones " ( e. g. Cthulhu, imprisoned on Earth in the sunken city of R ' lyeh ) to the lesser castes ( the lowly slave shoggoths and the Mi-go ).
A collective trauma is a traumatic psychological effect shared by a group of people of any size, up to and including an entire society.
What is striking about these early cases is that unlike modern courts, the medieval English courts never questioned the right of the actual plaintiffs to sue on behalf of a group or a few representatives to defend an entire group.
In turn, lawyers and judges who operated the king's system of justice in a society strictly organized into groups would not question the right of a group to sue or be sued because to do so would bring into question the entire group-oriented society in which they operated.
This was done by synthesizing a very long DNA molecule containing an entire bacterium genome, and introducing this into another cell, analogous to the accomplishment of Eckard Wimmer's group, who synthesized and ligated an RNA virus genome and " booted " it in cell lysate.
Biafra had received sole songwriting credit for most Dead Kennedys songs on all released albums for the last 20 years or so without complaints from the band, though a minority of songs had given credit to certain group members or the entire band as a whole, indicating a system designed to reflect the primary composers rather than a regimented system like the Jagger / Richards partnership ; today, most Kennedys reissues list the songwriters as " Biafra, Dead Kennedys ", indicating Biafra's lyrical contributions — which the band doesn't dispute, or else simply as " Dead Kennedys ").
The younger Kabila continued with his father's Transitional Parliament, but overhauled his entire cabinet, replacing it with a group of technocrats, with the stated aim of putting the country back on the track of development, and coming to a decisive end of the Second Congo War.
Throughout the entire series, Unus the Untouchable and his squadron of mutants remain a problem ; they don't wish to be part of Xavier's group.
The entire group is usually called the Heterolobosea, but this may be restricted to members with amoeboid stages.
In 1803, when the government began to persecute Rapp's followers, he decided to move the entire group to the United States.
As a result, Inuit in different places use different words for its own variants and for the entire group of languages, and this ambiguity has been carried into other languages, creating a great deal of confusion over what labels should be applied to it.
Its chief fundraiser was Luise Rainer, recipient of the best actress Oscar two years in a row ; and the entire group called themselves this time, History Today, Inc.
The largest Muslim group, situated in the Valley of Kashmir and estimated to number more than half the population of the entire region, lay in Indian-administered territory, with its former outlets via the Jhelum valley route blocked.
Membership in a branch or group within a language family is established by shared innovations ; that is, common features of those languages that are not attested in the common ancestor of the entire family.
While the entire metaplot has always been meant to be altered as each play group sees fit, Ascension provided multiple possible endings, with none of them being definitive ( though one was meant to resolve the metaplot ).