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What are the basic teaching of budism called

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The Three Universal Truths; The Four Noble Truths; and • The Noble Eightfold Path

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The Basic Teachings of Buddha which are core to Buddhism are: The Three Universal Truths; The Four Noble Truths; and • The Noble Eightfold Path. The Four Noble Truths comprise the essence of Buddha's teachings, though they leave much left unexplained. They are the truth of suffering, the truth of the cause of suffering, the truth of the end of suffering, and the truth of the path that leads to the end of suffering.

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which nation has had a long history of good relations with the United States, and rejects the use of terrorism and extremism?
A. Lebanon
B. Jordan
C. Iran
D. Syria

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The correct answer is B. The nation that has had a long history of good relations with the United States, and rejects the use of terrorism and extremism is Jordan.

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Jordan and the United States never entered into a formal alliance, but relations between the two countries both during and after the Cold War were characterized by respect for the goals of each state. The informal cooperation of the United States and Jordan began in the late 1950s. The United States began to provide Amman with regular military assistance to draw Jordan into its sphere of influence. Good US-Jordan relations were not spoiled by the participation of the Hashemite monarchy in the Six-Day War against Israel and consent to the activities of the Palestinian Liberation Organization on Jordan's territory. In 1970, Jordan removed Palestinian partisans from its territory, and took only symbolic part in the Yom Kippur War. The crisis in Jordanian-American relations occurred in 1977 when Jordanian King Hussein refused to join the Israeli-Egyptian peace talks. However, as early as 1979, when Iran ceased to be an ally of the USA, the United States decided to strengthen its cooperation with Amman again.

Another crisis in US-Jordan relations occurred in 1990, when King Hussein, under pressure from public opinion, took the side of Iraq when the country invaded Kuwait. After the end of the Gulf War, Jordan immediately made efforts to improve relations with Washington, engaging in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, which brought the expected results. Since then, Jordan has consistently pursued American policy, in return being one of the largest beneficiaries of US financial assistance. Under the influence of Washington, in 1994 Jordan concluded a peace treaty with Israel as the second Arab state to do so. It also supported the war on terrorism and the American invasion of Iraq in 2003.

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Lincoln believes that victory in the war will result in?

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He believed that a Southern Victory on Northern Soil would be a great blow to Northern morale.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Name three major issues that concerned the baby boomers as they entered the Kennedy era. HELP PLEASE (30 points)

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Answer: he first concern was the war that was raging in Vietnam and the fear of young men being drafted to fight in the war. The second concern was that of civil rights and the civil rights movement. A third issue was the threat of Armageddon and the sounds of the sirens that were being tested when parents were at work.

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Young Americans responded to Kennedy’s challenge by becoming more socially active in war protests and supported efforts to get to space. Three concerns were the Vietnam War, Civil Rights Movement, and Communism.

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PLEASE ANSWER FAST YOU WILL GET 15 POINTS!!!!! Which of the following is NOT something geographers study? A) animal and plant distribution B) date of events C) climate and weather D) land formations

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The answer is D.....
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the answer is C
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