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Some articles on world, fll:

Economy (disambiguation)
... to The quality of being efficient or frugal in using resources see energy conservation World economy, the economy of the world Virtual economy, an economy simulated ...
Nine Largest Wars (by Death Toll)
... These are of course the two World Wars, then followed by the Second Sino-Japanese War (which is sometimes considered part of World War II, or overlapping with that war) ... The death toll of World War II, being 60 million plus, surpasses all other war-death-tolls by a factor of two ... Deaths (millions) Date War 60–72 1939–1945 World War II (see World War II casualties) 36 755–763 An Shi Rebellion (number exaggerated based on census system,but not considering the ...
FIRST Lego League - Events
... Teams in different parts of the world have different times allotted to complete the construction of the robot, due to the varying date of qualifying tournaments ... They go on to compete in FLL tournaments, similar to the FIRST Robotics Competition regionals. 90,000 students on 8,846 teams from around the world competed ...
Arthur Schopenhauer
... was a German philosopher best known for his book, The World as Will and Representation, in which he claimed that our world is driven by a continually dissatisfied will, continually seeking satisfaction ... aspects of experience in the phenomenal world consequently, he has been influential in the history of phenomenology ...

Famous quotes containing the words festival and/or world:

    Three times a year all your males shall appear before the LORD your God at the place that he will choose: at the festival of unleavened bread, at the festival of weeks, and at the festival of booths. They shall not appear before the LORD empty-handed; all shall give as they are able, according to the blessing of the LORD your God that he has given you.
    Bible: Hebrew, Deuteronomy 16:16,17.

    Education is the point at which we decide whether we love our children enough not to expel them from our world and leave them to their own devices, not to strike from their hands their chance of undertaking something new—but to prepare them in advance for the task of renewing a common world.
    Hannah Arendt (20th century)