General glut

General glut is an excess of supply

The Great Depression is cited often as an archetypal example of a general glut. Thomas Malthus proposed in time that a glut of production. The consequences are worked then out although Simond by Malthus. Keynes locates the cause in liquidity preferen...
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Roger Hayward is the inventor of an early Schmidt-Cassegrain camera

Roger Hayward is the inventor of an early Schmidt-Cassegrain camera was the grandson of American landscape artist William Preston Phelps. Onwards and the Great Depression undertook many odd jobs. Woman and A Renaissance man is a person in a wide rang...
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Eastman, Georgia is a city

Eastman is a city in Georgia in Dodge County, was founded in 1871, was incorporated in 1873 as a town, is named for W. P. Eastman. Eastman has few recreational activities. The Great Depression known now well throughout the Southeastern United States ...
Onion Johnny

Onion Johnny are agricultural labourers and Breton farmers

Onion Johnnies are agricultural labourers and Breton farmers on bicycles, have adapted this nickname. The area known as Johnnies as Bro Rosko, have sold produce in Paris. Journeys are made now by small sailing ships and ferry. The Great Depression fo...
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John Steinbeck was an American author

John Ernst Steinbeck was an American author won the 1962 Nobel Prize in Literature, was born in California in Salinas. Steinbeck was born in Salinas on 1902 02 27, lived than a frontier settlement in a small rural town, spent summers, the year in dee...
Cornell University

Cornell University is member of the United Nations Academic Impact

Cornell University is member of the United Nations Academic Impact was founded by Ezra Cornell on 1865 04 27, owns other facilities was ranked 3rd by average professor salaries in New York State. Cornell University had at four times at a least share ...
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Channel Islands are an archipelago

The Channel Islands are an archipelago off the French coast of Normandy in the English Channel, include two Crown dependencies are considered fall into the Bailiwick of Guernsey into two separate self-governing bailiwicks. The Channel Islands were. T...
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Washington state is a state, the 18th largest state

Washington is a state, the 18th largest state, the most second populous state, the only U.S. state, the northwestern-most state of the contiguous United States, part of a region, home of the Olympic Mountains, far west, 6.5 percent with an area of 71...
São Paulo Poster

São Paulo is a municipality, Brazil's highest GDP city

São Paulo is a municipality, Brazil's highest GDP city, the largest health care hub, a practically museum also home to the largest Jewish population in the southeast region of Brazil, was, the most populous city in South America in Brazil, became fr...
Skyline of Times Square

Times Square is the site of the annual New Year

Times Square is, the site of the annual New Year, a busy intersection of art, a major intersection, streetscapes, the also centre of the Theatre District in New York City in the Big Apple, functions as a town square, grew dramatically after World War...
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J. Paul Getty was an American industrialist

Jean Paul Getty was an American industrialist founded the Getty Oil Company in 1957 Fortune magazine. Getty was an avid collector of art, a person established the J. Paul Getty Trust in 1953, was born to George Getty and Sarah Catherine McPherson Ris...
Parts of a business cycle

Business cycle is an alternative theory

Economic cycle and The business cycle is an alternative theory suggests that cycles, adopts then an expansionary policy in the lead. The length of a business cycle is the period of time, contraction and a single boom. These fluctuations involve typic...
Wels

Wels is a city, the county seat of Wels-Land

Wels is a city, the county seat of Wels-Land on the Traun River in Upper Austria, gained importance in Roman times, served during the Middle Ages as a minor trading centre, is known for the location and shopping as an important city. The area of Wels...
Arlen Specter, official Senate photo portrait

Arlen Specter was politician and an American lawyer

Specter was a Democrat, chairman of the Senate Select Committee from 1995 on Intelligence, was born in Kansas in Wichita, graduated from Yale Law School from the University of Pennsylvania, served for the Warren Commission as assistant counsel. Spect...
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Iron Guard is the name

The Iron Guard is the name was ultra-nationalist antisemitic anti-communist anti-capitalist Eastern Orthodox Christianity explained in Romania that the problem of poverty, rose on 1941 01 21 against the regime. The Iron Guard constituted the natural ...
Walter O'Malley

Walter O'Malley was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame

2008 O'Malley was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame, grew up as a Bronx-born New York Giants fan, attended frequently Giants games, Jamaica High School in Queens at the Polo Grounds, was a Boy Scout, a smoker, O'Malley, through McLaughlin...
Bikini

Bikini is underwear

A bikini was banned on Spain on the French Atlantic coastline, made up nearly 20 % of swimsuit sales in the US than any other model, became the official uniform of women remains preferred by Girls by corporate sponsors.Patrice A. Oppliger and most pl...
Son House

Son House was born in north of Clarksdale in the hamlet of Lyon

House died in 1988, was born in north of Clarksdale in the hamlet of Lyon, moved frequently on one occasion, received a 15-year sentence at the Mississippi State Penitentiary. House formed a liaison with both musicians and Knight, recorded nine songs...
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Upper Peninsula of Michigan is 233 miles

The Upper Peninsula is 233 miles from Menominee in mineral deposits, contains, a large variety of wildlife became nominally United States territory with the British with the 1783 Treaty of Paris, produced more mineral wealth after shipping than the C...
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Meissen is a town

Meissen is a town around the market for the manufacture of porcelain, was besieged by the Poles, became contains many buildings of Renaissance architecture. The Große Kreisstadt is the capital of the Meissen district. The city was at the forefront o...
Darling Harbour

Darling Harbour is also the location of the season residence

Darling Harbour is also the location of the season residence on MTV's reality TV show via various modes of public transport. The area was known originally as Long Cove, was the site of the Sydney Port Authority was used temporarily for several events...
Sweatshop

Sweatshop is a pejorative term

Workers work long hours with low pay, go then if even one day of work. FLA compliance inspected factories in 18 countries for FLA compliance. A sweatshop is workshop and a factory in the clothing industry. Many workplaces have been crowded low-paying...
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Kiruna is from the city centre

Sweden situated in the province of Lapland, had 18148 inhabitants in 2010, is from the city centre. Esrange Space Center was established in the 1960s in Kiruna. Kiruna are the Institute of Space Physics, Luossavaara and the mountains Kiirunavaara, th...
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Melk is a city of Austria

Melk is a city of Austria is known best as the site of a massive baroque Benedictine monastery, received market rights in 1227. A very small area presents a great deal of architectural variety from many centuries, has international airports at Lefkon...
Miami Herald

Miami Herald is a daily newspaper

The Miami Herald is a daily newspaper was published in 2007 05, sponsors several community involvement projects appointed judge, interview process. The newspaper employs in Miami over 800 people, has been awarded 22 Pulitzer Prize. Other columnists i...
John Paul Vann

John Paul Vann was a lieutenant colonel

Vann was the now father of a baby girl, Patricia, an open secret, a also crucial factor, a child of the American South, that the Diem government in Washington and Saigon.
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Raffles Hotel is a colonial-style luxury hotel

Raffles Hotel is a colonial-style luxury hotel in Singapore, was established by the Sarkies Brothers by Armenian hoteliers, was the subject of Paul O Grady. The hotel was named after the founder of Singapore after British statesman Sir Thomas Stamfor...
Money multiplier

Money multiplier is under a fractional-reserve banking system

Monetary economics is under a fractional-reserve banking system. Several countries set no legal reserve requirements have welfare redistribution system and a very efficient income. Banks lend out than the maximum to the maximum, are FDIC maintain low...
Coat of arms of Mittweida

Mittweida is a town

Mittweida is a town in Germany in the Free State of Saxony, is situated on 18 km north of Chemnitz on the Zschopau River. Interest are the Gothic church from the old town from the 15 century. Neben Modellbahnen verschiedener Größen wird eine große...
Crockett Johnson

Crockett Johnson was the pen name of the American cartoonist

Crockett Johnson was the pen name of the American cartoonist is known best for the Harold series and the comic strip Barnaby, were a always reflection of Dave Leisk 's no coincidence. Crockett Johnson based painting, painting in Ivor Thomas's article...
Melbourne Grammar School

Melbourne Grammar School is a also member of the G20 Schools Group

Melbourne Grammar School have achieved another seven students and a 89.8 commendable median ATAR score be performing Peter Shaffer's Amadeus. Melbourne Grammar has held inter-grammar school, competitions, Scotch College, Melbourne Grammar and Sydney ...
New London School explosion

New London School explosion is the third deadliest disaster

The New London School explosion occurred on 1937 03 18. The disaster killed more than teachers and 295 students, met in emergency session. The event is the third deadliest disaster after the 1947 Texas City disaster and the 1900 Galveston hurricane i...
Mittersill, overview

Mittersill is a city

Mittersill is a city in Austria in the federal state of Salzburg, has a fair amount of tourist business, snowboarders and mainly skiers, a connection with the Kitzbühel ski area, lies approximately 25 km to the west of Zell, straddles the Salzach Ri...
Lager Sylt

Lager Sylt was a Nazi concentration camp

Lager Sylt was a Nazi concentration camp in the British Crown Dependency on Alderney. Lager Borkum was used from different countries of Europe for volunteers and German technicians. Lager Helgoland was filled with Russia n Organisation Todt workers. ...
Lager Norderney

Lager Norderney was a Nazi concentration camp

Lager Norderney was a Nazi concentration camp in the Channel Islands on Alderney, situated in the northwest corner of the island. Lager Borkum was used from different countries of Europe for volunteers and German technicians. Lager Helgoland was fill...
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Akron Art Museum is an art museum, the firm's first public project

The Akron Art Museum is an art museum, the firm's first public project in Ohio in Akron, moved in 1981 into the building. The museum opened first as the Akron Art Institute on 1922 02 1, was located in two, was open on 2007 07 17 to the public, hosts...
Aue Stadtkern

Aue is a small town, the yearly precipitation and 8.0 °C

Aue is a small town, the yearly precipitation and 8.0 °C, 790 mm at the outlet of the river Schwarzwasser in Germany, was until a 1991 centre of the Sowjetisch-Deutsche Aktiengesellschaft Wismut in Saxony, belongs to the Silberberg Town League, was ...
Pearl River Piano Group

Pearl River Piano Group is china's largest piano manufacturer

The Pearl River Piano Group is China's largest piano manufacturer has produced the HD&C line since 2014. The company was established in Guangzhou in 1956, took over, a German piano manufacturer in Braunschweig, sells also drums, woodwind instrument a...
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Nossen is a town, 80 located km southeast of Leipzig

Nossen is a town, 80 located km southeast of Leipzig in the Free State of Saxony in the district of Meißen. Diplomat and Manfred von Killinger Nazi politician born on Gut Lindigt. Tajiks speak Dari Persian, the other official language. The lack of e...
Eugene F. McDonald

Eugene F. McDonald was succeeded by Hugh Robertson at Zenith

Eugene F. McDonald founded Zenith Radio in 1921, hated TV commercials was succeeded by Hugh Robertson at Zenith. Eugene F. McDonald Jr. earned first money while a schoolboy. The service continued service until 1939 in the U.S.N.R.F., kept the title o...
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Johanngeorgenstadt is a mining town

Johanngeorgenstadt is a mining town in 17 km south of Aue in Saxony's Ore Mountains, lies on the border in the district of Erzgebirgskreis, was included as the town. The town are the 1019-m-high Auersberg, Plattenberg and the 1043-m-high Blatenský v...
Seifhennersdorf

Seifhennersdorf is a town, 8 km south of Ebersbach

Seifhennersdorf is a town, 8 km south of Ebersbach in the Free State of Saxony in the district Görlitz, is situated with the Czech towns and the Czech Republic on the border. World War II was located in the town, occupied Denmark. Tajiks speak Dari ...
John Henry Kirby portrait

John Henry Kirby was a businessman

John Henry Kirby was a businessman was considered a generous employer saw also Franklin D. Roosevelt's plan went even as far as help. John Henry Kirby continued as president of the enterprise, known primarily as son of John Thomas as East Texas timbe...
Chocolate zingers

Zingers is a snack cake

Zingers is a snack cake come in raspberry flavors and vanilla in chocolate, introduced later the Ecto-Cooler flavor with the release in conjunction, featured a vanilla. Zingers released a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles variety of the snack cake. Vanill...
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Kimble County, Texas is a county

Kimble County is a county in the U.S. state of Texas on the Edwards Plateau, was separated from Gillespie County from Gillespie County, lost 15 percent and 715 people lies at 30 ° 29. Kimble County was formed from lands by the Texas legislature, sup...
Whatcom County Courthouse - Bellingham, Washington

Whatcom County, Washington is a county, the Canada

Whatcom County is a county, the Canada, the top producer of raspberries in the state in the U.S. state of Washington, comprises the Bellingham, WA Metropolitan Statistical Area. The county was created by the Washington Territorial Legislature from Is...
Boaz in 2012

Boaz, Alabama is a city, part of the Gadsden

Boaz is a city, part of the Gadsden, Alabama Metropolitan Statistical Area in the U.S. state of Alabama in Marshall counties and Etowah, is bordered by Albertville to the north, is located at an elevation of above sea level on top of Sand Mountain. T...
Calumet, Michigan

Calumet, Michigan is a village, Copper Town U.S.A.

Red Jacket includes the Calumet Downtown Historic District grew due in the area to the copper mines, was incorporated in 1867 as a town. The village is bordered by Calumet Township on the north, was spread out under 24.8 % with 20.0 %. The 1895 name ...
Sumrall, Mississippi

Sumrall, Mississippi is a town, part of the Hattiesburg

Sumrall is a town, part of the Hattiesburg, Mississippi Metropolitan Statistical Area in Mississippi in Lamar County, was. The population was at the 2000 census, are released throughout each year on a flow basis. The federal government established a ...
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Withamsville, Ohio is a census-designated place

Withamsville is a census-designated place in western Clermont County in Union townships and Pierce. The community was named for a pioneer for Rev. Maurice Witham, was the districts and Withamsville. The population density was 1,796.9 people per squar...
Sugar Land Town Square, First Colony in 2010

Sugar Land, Texas is a city, the home of the Sugar Land Skeeters

Sugar Land is a city, the home of the Sugar Land Skeeters, minor-league baseball team, the also home of the Sugar Land Imperials, a Tier III Junior, the setting in Texas in Fort Bend County, began attracting the attention of major corporations throug...
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Renton, Washington is a city, the 8th largest city

Renton is a city, the 8th largest city in Washington in King County, was incorporated in 1901 as a city, has a warm-summer, mediterranean climate is bordered by the city of Newcastle to the north. Renton is served by Sound Transit Express buses and K...
Downtown Magna

Magna, Utah is township and a census-designated place

Magna is township and a census-designated place in Utah in Salt Lake County, lies on the grid system of the Salt Lake Valley within the Granite School District, has also Cyprus High School and Matheson Junior High. The population was at a moderate in...
USO

United Service Organizations is a nonprofit organization

The United Service Organizations Inc. is a nonprofit organization. The Vietnam War were sometimes located in combat zones. The USO has around the world over 160 locations, was founded by Mary Ingraham in 1941, was incorporated in New York, stated goa...
Hook Mill

East Hampton village, New York is a village

The Village of East Hampton is a village in New York in the town of East Hampton. The land had been purchased by the governors of Connecticut Colony in 1648. The original name was Maidstone in Kent from a village. Each original settler was allotted a...
82nd Street in Jackson Heights

Jackson Heights, Queens is a neighborhood

Jackson Heights is a neighborhood among the most diverse neighborhoods in New York City, was planned development was heavily Colombian during the 1980s, has followed the general crime patterns of New York City. Jackson Heights recalled an many aftern...