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The 7 continents of the world are North America,South AmericaAntarcticaEuropeAsiaAfricaand Australia. Some consider the North and South American continent to be just one landmass referred to as the “American Continent.” Europe and Asiacontinent are also combined at times and referred to as “Eurasia.”

The 7 continents of the world are North America,South AmericaAntarcticaEuropeAsiaAfricaand Australia. Some consider the North and South American continent to be just one landmass referred to as the “American Continent.” Europe and Asiacontinent are also combined at times and referred to as “Eurasia.”

The 7 continents of the world are North America,South AmericaAntarcticaEuropeAsiaAfricaand Australia. Some consider the North and South American continent to be just one landmass referred to as the “American Continent.” Europe and Asiacontinent are also combined at times and referred to as “Eurasia.”

Potocopiers - 3M (colour) http://www.fondation-langlois.org/html/e/page.php?NumPage=2027

Xerox - http://www.clubcopying.co.uk/history-of-the-photocopier.html

More History - http://www.photocopiers.net.au/copierchoice-resources/history-of-the-photocopier.html

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1.1 Class A – General Works

1.2 Class B – Philosophy, Psychology, Religion

1.3 Class C – Auxiliary Sciences of History (General)

1.4 Class D – World History (except American History)

1.5 Class E – American History

1.6 Class F – Local History of the United States and British, Dutch, French, and Latin America

1.7 Class G – Geography, Anthropology, Recreation

1.8 Class H – Social Sciences

1.9 Class J – Political Science

1.10 Class K – Law

1.11 Class L – Education

1.12 Class M – Music

1.13 Class N – Fine Arts

1.14 Class P – Language and Literature

1.15 Class Q – Science

1.16 Class R – Medicine

1.17 Class S – Agriculture

1.18 Class T – Technology

1.19 Class U – Military Science

1.20 Class V – Naval Science

 

1.21 Class Z – Bibliography, Library Science

♥ Johan Christian Doppler - Professor in Mathematics: Prague University.