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    • Grapurchat, April 6, 1978

    • Student newspapers and periodicals.
      Radford University
    • Grapurchat was the first student newspaper at Radford College and was published from 1921 until 1978 when the name was changed to the Tartan. "The first two syllables of the word Grapurchat are formed from the colors of the Normal School, [as...
    • The Kappelle Brucke, Lucerne, Switzerland

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    • This is the Chapel Bridge (Kappelle Brücke) across the River Reuss. The city of Lucerne is seen at the left. Lake Lucerne is to the right and outside the view. The Reuss is a rapid river that flows out of the western end of the lake. Chapel Bridge...
    • The Planet Mars

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    • If you look at the sky on a clear night you will see a countless number of "stars". Some are very bright, others are very dim, and others are clustered so thickly together that they form a great Milky Way across the heavens. The heavenly bodies are...
    • City of Ogden and Wasatch Mountains, Utah

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    • Name the states that border Utah. The southeastern part of Utah is drained by the Colorado River and its tributaries. In the northern part is the Great Salt Lake. The Wasatch Mountains, a spur of the Rockies, run north and south across the center...
    • Grapurchat, April 13, 1978

    • Student newspapers and periodicals.
      Radford University
    • Grapurchat was the first student newspaper at Radford College and was published from 1921 until 1978 when the name was changed to the Tartan. "The first two syllables of the word Grapurchat are formed from the colors of the Normal School, [as...
    • Grapurchat, January 13, 1977

    • Student newspapers and periodicals.
      Radford University
    • Grapurchat was the first student newspaper at Radford College and was published from 1921 until 1978 when the name was changed to the Tartan. "The first two syllables of the word Grapurchat are formed from the colors of the Normal School, [as...
    • Grapurchat, April 6, 1976

    • Student newspapers and periodicals.
      Radford University
    • Grapurchat was the first student newspaper at Radford College and was published from 1921 until 1978 when the name was changed to the Tartan. "The first two syllables of the word Grapurchat are formed from the colors of the Normal School, [as...
    • Grapurchat, May 4, 1978

    • Student newspapers and periodicals.
      Radford University
    • Grapurchat was the first student newspaper at Radford College and was published from 1921 until 1978 when the name was changed to the Tartan. "The first two syllables of the word Grapurchat are formed from the colors of the Normal School, [as...
    • Grapurchat, March 16, 1976

    • Student newspapers and periodicals.
      Radford University
    • Grapurchat was the first student newspaper at Radford College and was published from 1921 until 1978 when the name was changed to the Tartan. "The first two syllables of the word Grapurchat are formed from the colors of the Normal School, [as...
    • Grapurchat, May 11, 1978

    • Student newspapers and periodicals.
      Radford University
    • Grapurchat was the first student newspaper at Radford College and was published from 1921 until 1978 when the name was changed to the Tartan. "The first two syllables of the word Grapurchat are formed from the colors of the Normal School, [as...
    • Grapurchat, November 10, 1977

    • Student newspapers and periodicals.
      Radford University
    • Grapurchat was the first student newspaper at Radford College and was published from 1921 until 1978 when the name was changed to the Tartan. "The first two syllables of the word Grapurchat are formed from the colors of the Normal School, [as...
    • A Railway Bridge in Peru

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    • This is the Cofa bridge on the Oroya ( r´ yä) railway. It is built across a steep valley in the Andes (n´ dz) Mountains in Peru. It is, perhaps, no more wonderful than other bridges on this railway, for the Oroya railroad climbs to a point higher...
    • Iguazu Falls, Argentina

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    • If you turn to your map of South America you will note that on the east side of Paraguay (pr´ å-gw) Argentina extends northward in what appears to be a narrow strip of land. Between Paraguay and Argentina is the Parana River. There runs into the...
    • Diamond Mining, Kimberley, South Africa

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    • An ostrich hunter, in 1869, by accident came across a few diamonds that had been found near the Vaal River. The word soon spread. Everybody thereabouts began hunting for diamonds. In 1871 a stone worth $56,000 was found in the wall of a mud hut....

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