Alexander the Great of Macedon invaded Persia intent on ending the empire as revenge for the Persian invasions of Greece in the past. A very able commander, Alexander never lost a battle and captured Persia in its entirety.
When he captured Egypt from the Persians, the Egyptians viewed him as their liberator and rightful ruler such that he was crowed Pharaoh in 332 BC and held the title till his death. This title passed on to one of his generals whose descendants then ruled Egypt till Augustus conquered the nation for Rome.
<em>No, they do not write</em> articles that have the same paragraph length as newspaper articles.
Newspaper articles have 140 words per paragraph. With a standard deviation of 35 words, they have between 105 and 175 words. Meanwhile, journalism students’ articles have 75 words on average. <u>With the same standard deviation, they have between 40 and 110 words, which is 65 words shorter than newspaper articles. </u>
short summary of how windmills convert kinetic energy of the wind to electrical energy.
Wind turbines use blades to collect the wind's kinetic energy. Wind flows over the blades creating lift (similar to the effect on airplane wings), which causes the blades to turn. The blades are connected to a drive shaft that turns an electric generator, which produces (generates) electricity.
According to the ABA's Model Rules of Professional Conduct, your duty is to "maintain the confidentiality of your communications with your client".
The ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct were embraced by the ABA House of Delegates in 1983. They fill in as models for the morals guidelines of generally wards. Prior to the selection of the Model Rules, the ABA model was the 1969 Model Code of Professional Responsibility.
The answer to the question above is TRUE. Central European nations did struggle with harnessing their natural resources that's why in the early days many of the colonies were exploited. Example to which is Africa it is under the British colony which they exploits some of the natural resources like minerals and precious stones.