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Foreign Relations Of Estonia - Relations By Country
... trade between Estonia and Chile was valued at 6.3 million EUR ... Chile exports to Estonia, then totaling 2.4 million EUR, consisted of wine ... Both countries are full members of the Union for the Mediterranean ...
Goodreads - History
... This funding lasted Goodreads until 2009, when Goodreads received two million dollars from True Ventures ... an algorithm to suggest books to registered users and had over five million members ... I’d have to start over again." In October of 2012, Goodreads announced it had grown to 11 million members with 395 million books catalogued and over 20,000 book clubs created by its users ...
Facebook - Reception
... ComScore reports that Facebook attracted 130 million unique visitors in May 2010, an increase of 8.6 million people ... the most Facebook users were United States with 166.1 million members Brazil with 58.4 million members India with 55.3 million members Indonesia with 47.5 million members Mexico with 38.3 ...
Labor Unions In Japan - History - 1945 To The Present
... of "three Welfare ministry bureaucrats and two scholars, a steering committee of 30 members (including the communist firebrand Kyuichi Tokuda), and an overall membership of more than 130 members ...
Christianity In China - Contemporary PRC - Demographics and Geography
... In 2000, the People's Republic of China government census enumerated 4 million Chinese Catholics and 10 million Protestants ... The Chinese government once stated that only 1% (13 million) of the population is Christian while the Chinese Embassy has stated that 10 Million (0.75%) are Christian ... The official figure in 2002, which consists of members from official Protestant churches, is about 15 million, while some estimates on members of Chinese house churches ...

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    Religion is the centre which unites, and the cement which connects the several parts of members of the political body.
    George Berkeley (1685–1753)

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    Ursula K. Le Guin (b. 1929)