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The most unusual taxes

Everyone pays taxes. Some of them also greatly influenced the history of their countries. Toilets tax. Such a strange tax was introduced by the Roman emperor Vespesian, who lived in the 70s at the very beginning of our era. This measure was not supported primarily by the son of the ruler, Titus. Then the emperor took the money earned in this way, brought it to his son's nose and uttered the legendary phrase: & 34; Money does not smell & 34 ;.
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Hummingbird

Hummingbird (Trochili) is a suborder of long-winged birds. One family with 319 species. They live in America (from South Alaska and Labrador to Tierra del Fuego); especially diverse in the tropics. Body length from 5.7 to 21.6 cm, weigh from 1.6 to 20 g. The plumage of males is usually very bright; females are dimmer.
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Naming

A company or project cannot exist impersonally - it needs a name. It's time to debunk these myths and understand that creating a brand name requires a serious approach, and sometimes even a separate item in the budget of a young project. A company name is the same as a brand. It is necessary to distinguish between these concepts. The name of the firm or its product forms part of the brand.
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Bilingualism

Bilingualism or bilingualism refers to the ability of some people to speak two languages. Thus, bilingualism means that a person belongs to several social groups at once. It is not surprising that parents try to teach their children several languages ​​at an early age. This can be a step into the future, or maybe both mom and dad speak several languages ​​in the family.
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Polar Lights

The aurora is the glow of the upper rarefied layers of the atmosphere caused by the interaction of atoms and molecules at altitudes of 90-1000 km with high-energy charged particles (electrons and protons) invading the earth's atmosphere from space. Collisions of particles with components of the upper atmosphere (oxygen and nitrogen) lead to the excitation of the latter, i.e.
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Gnomes

Gnomes - (from Late Lat. Gnomus) are fabulous dwarfs from Germanic and Scandinavian folklore, living underground and guarding underground treasures and treasures. In different mythologies, gnomes are called differently, and a common definition for them originates in the Greek language and means & 34; knowledge & 34; Gnomes are usually represented as secretive little people with a long beard, who are excellent at blacksmithing and guard the mysterious underground hidden treasures.
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