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Acharia/acharii for Erik Acharius (1757 1819), Swedish botanist who pioneered the taxonomy of lichens and is known as the quot;father of lichenologyquot;.He was one of the last students of Linnaeus and continued the work that Linnaeus began, publishing many works on lichens. He was also director of the Vadstena Hospital (which he had founded).

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Theproduction ofelectrolytic manganese in

Intheore reduction process, theground oreismixed with carbon intheform ofground coaland isthen fed into arotating stainless steel calciner that isexternally

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Welkom

Welkom officially came into being on 15 April 1947, six years after the first mining lease in the area was awarded to the St Helena Gold Mining Company, and was proclaimed a town on 23 July 1948.

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The Gold Mines of Johannesburg, South Africa

The material, work and energy needed for gold production is enormous. To produce one single fine ounce (= 31,104 g), 3,3 tons of ore, 5440 litres of water, 572 kilowatt hours electricity, 12 cubic metres of compressed air, lots

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Malawi passport fee hiked Malawi 24 Malawi news

According to information that is circulating, it is understood that the government of Malawi has instructed the Immigration Department to introduce new rates that one pays to have the travel document.

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Mining

Mining in the Philippines began around 1000 BC. The early Filipinos worked various mines of gold, silver, copper and iron. Jewels, gold ingots, chains, calombigas and earrings were handed down from antiquity and inherited from their ancestors.

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INFRASTRUCTURE OF SOUTHAFRICA

Feb 21, 20080183;32;Mineral Revolution in South Africa The Mineral Revolution is a term used by historians to refer to the rapid industrialisation and economic changes which occurred in South Africa from the 1870s onwards. The Mineral Revolution was largely driven by the need to create a permanent workforce to work in the mining industry, and saw South Africa

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The Revolution in South Africa An Analysis

The degree of popularity has gone up and down depending on the circumstances. The PAC had much of the initiative and support after its formation in 1959 and into the 1960s, due to its Africanist line and its aggressive organizing and military actions.

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Polokwane (Pietersburg), Capital of the Limpopo

Polokwane ( Pietersburg ) Limpopo Province. Polokwane the former Pietersburg is the capital of the Limpopo Province. The town was proclaimed in 1886 by the Voortrekkers and named after their General Petrus Jacobus (Pieter) Joubert benannt.

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Genocide Watch

Email from South African Citizen, August 27, 2013 Dear Dr Stanton and Genocide Watch Interns I see you are posting regular updates on South Africa again. This is then a good time for me to again give you a broad overview of South Africas situation.

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