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1. War elephant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
of war elephants, which the animals were trained to swirl menacingly and with great skill. Numerous cultures designed elephant Armour , aiming to protect the body and legs of the animal while leaving his trunk free to attack the enemy. Larger
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2. Ancient Macedonian language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Toponymy The toponyms of Macedonia proper are generally Greek, though some of them show a particular Macedonian phonology that might set them apart and a few others are non-Greek. [edit ] Calendar Main article: Ancient Macedonian calendar
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3. Agriculture in ancient Greece - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
and normally used as a work animal, though they were occasionally used as sacrificial animals (see Hecatomb ). Donkeys , mules and their mixes were raised as pack or draught animals. Horses were raised on the plains of Thessaly and Argolis ;
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4. Brown bear - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
2003 [ 32 ] and some 100 animals in 2005 [ 18 ] ) in the west, to Russia in the east, and from Sweden and Finland in the north to Romania (4000–5000), Bulgaria (900–1200), Slovakia (with about 600–800 animals), Slovenia (500-700
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5. Weasel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
to be married", since the animal (based on its Greek etymology) was thought to be an unhappy bride who was transformed into a weasel [ 2 ] and consequently delights in destroying wedding dresses. [ 3 ] In neighboring Macedonia , however,
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6. Agriculture in the United Kingdom - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
] [ 118 ] [edit ] Animal welfare Battery hens Main article: Animal welfare Animal welfare legislation affecting UK agriculture includes the Animal Welfare Act 2006 , the Welfare of Farmed Animals Regulations 2007 and the
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7. Agriculture in the United Kingdom - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
] [ 118 ] [edit ] Animal welfare Battery hens Main article: Animal welfare Animal welfare legislation affecting UK agriculture includes the Animal Welfare Act 2006 , the Welfare of Farmed Animals Regulations 2007 and the
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