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Salem Witch Trials Mapped

Understanding of the Salem witch trials involves keeping a lot of details straight, including who lived near whom. Different theories about the causes of the wave of accusations, or how they spread, rely in part on who lived in proximity to whom. Some theories, for instance, stress that the disposition of property (especially that held by widows) was one trigger for accusations.
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Holy Family University Admissions

Holy Family University Admissions Overview: Holy Family University admitted around three-quarters of applicants in 2016. In general, students with solid grades and test scores are admitted. To apply, interested students will need to submit an application, either online or on paper. Additional materials include scores from the SAT or ACT, a high school transcript, a letter of recommendation, and an optional personal statement.
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The Best Plays of George Bernard Shaw

George Bernard Shaw began his writing career as a critic. First, he reviewed music. Then, he branched out and became a theater critic. He must have been disappointed with his contemporary playwrights because he began writing his own dramatic works in the late 1800s. Many consider Shaw's body of work to be second only to Shakespeare.
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First Battle of Bull Run - Dates, Location and Who Won

The First Battle of Bull Run, also known as the Battle of Manassas, marked the first major land battle of the American Civil War. On July 21, 1861, Union and Confederate armies clashed near Manassas Junction, Virginia. The engagement began when about 35,000 Union troops marched from the federal capital in Washington, D.
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Welcome the Little One Into the World With Baby Quotes

A baby in the house does make its presence felt. Its shrill cries, drooling mouth, smelly diapers, and gurgling laughter, can give any mother a feeling of ecstasy. There is no greater joy than watching a baby. A baby can make melt even the toughest heart. What makes a baby tug at our heartstrings? A baby has only one description.
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Understanding Validity in Sociology

In sociology and research terms, internal validity is the degree to which an instrument, such as a survey question, measures what it is intended to measure while external validity refers to the ability of results of an experiment to be generalized beyond the immediate study. True validity comes when both the instruments used and the results of experiments themselves are found to be accurate each time an experiment is conducted; as a result, all data that is found to be valid must be considered reliable, which means it must be capable of being repeated across multiple experiments.
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