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 الكويت - 25 - 10 (كونا) -- الخامس والعشرون من أكتوبر -1974 - تم اشهار جمعية أطباء الأسنان الكويتية لتضم أطباء الأسنان العاملين في الكويت.
2002 - اعتزال لاعب المنتخب الوطني لكرة القدم ونادي السالمية علي مروي بعد 19 عاما قضاها في الملاعب حصل خلالها على لقب هداف العرب للموسم الرياضي......
Daily Quiz for October 25, 2014
Announced in 1949, the first Long Play (LP) record albums rotated at this speed.
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الكويت - 24 - 10 (كونا) -- الرابع والعشرون من أكتوبر-- 1963 - أقامت دولة الكويت علاقات دبلوماسية على مستوى السفراء مع سوريا.
1963 - أصدر أمير الكويت الشيخ عبدالله السالم الصباح مرسوما أميريا بتشكيل مجلس أعلى للطيران المدني لدراسة ورسم سياسة الدولة في شؤون الطيران المدني ورسم السياسة......

Topics in Chronicling America: More than 50 New Topics Added!
In recent months, more than 50 new topic pages describing contemporary press coverage of historic events, people, and culture have been added to Chronicling America by the LC Newspaper and Current Periodicals reference staff. (Topic pages provide useful information for searching specific subjects in Chronicling America's historic newspapers, including significant dates, associated search terms, as well as sample article links.) These new pages cover a range of subjects from the state secessions leading to the Civil War to the origins of Esperanto to the bombing of the Los Angeles Times offices in 1910. Whether you are interested in the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, the launch of World War One, bicycle fashion, Charles Darwin's theory of evolution or dirigibles, use these guides to further explore Chronicling America... Read more about it!
Daily Quiz for October 24, 2014
In 1967 this country tested its first hydrogen bomb.
Highest altitude archaeological sites in the world explored in the Peruvian Andes: Survival in extreme environments
Research conducted at the highest-altitude Pleistocene archaeological sites yet identified in the world sheds new light on the capacity of humans to survive in extreme environments. The findings were taken from sites in the Pucuncho Basin, located in the Southern Peruvian Andes.
Florida lizards evolve rapidly, within 15 years and 20 generations
Scientists working on islands in Florida have documented the rapid evolution of a native lizard species -- in as little as 15 years -- as a result of pressure from an invading lizard species, introduced from Cuba.
How ferns adapted to one of Earth's newest and most extreme environments
Ferns are believed to be 'old' plant species -- some of them lived alongside the dinosaurs, over 200 million years ago. However, a group of Andean ferns evolved much more recently: their completely new form and structure (morphology) arose and diversified within the last 2 million years. This novel morphology seems to have been advantageous when colonising the extreme environment of the high Andes.
Gene that once aided survival in Arctic found to have negative impact on health today
In individuals living in the Arctic, researchers have discovered a genetic variant that arose thousands of years ago and likely provided an evolutionary advantage for processing high-fat diets or for surviving in a cold environment; however, the variant also seems to increase the risk of hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar, and infant mortality in today's northern populations. The findings provide an example of how an initially beneficial genetic change could be detrimental to future generations.
Genomic data support early contact between Easter Island and Americas
People may have been making their way from Easter Island to the Americas well before Dutch commander Jakob Roggeveen arrived in 1722, according to new genomic evidence showing that the Rapanui people living on that most isolated of islands had significant contact with Native American populations hundreds of years earlier. The findings lend the first genetic support for such an early trans-Pacific route between Polynesia and the Americas, a trek of more than 4,000 kilometers.
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