An imaginary line, or parallel, measuring distance north or south of the equator. Latitude. The development and the growth of cities. Urbanization. A person who starts and runs a new business. Entrepreneur. To save discarded items, like cans or bottles so they can be used again. Recycle.
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An imaginary line, or parallel, measuring distance north or south of the equator
The development and the growth of cities
A person who starts and runs a new business
To save discarded items, like cans or bottles so they can be used again
Area where people share the same beliefs and customs
A material found in nature that CAN be replaced, such as forests.
A direction halfway between two cardinal directions;NW,NE,SW,SE
That which dirties the environment.
People with the same customs and language, often having a common history.
A first hand account of an event or an artifact.
An imaginary line, or meridian, measuring distance east or west of the prime meridian.
A map that highlights Earth’s natural features.
The protection and careful use of natural resources.
The word describing a central or national government.
Any line of longitude east or west of Earth’s prime meridian.
A person who leaves one country to live in another.
A person who buys and uses goods and services.
Beliefs or ideals that guide the way people live.
A fuel such as oil, natural gas and coal that is formed from the remains of plants and animals that lived millions of years ago.
One of the four main points of the compass; north, south, east and west.
Of the city
All the surroundings in which people, plants and animals live.
A person who studies the past.
A plan of government. In the US it is the supreme law and plan of the national government.
A line of latitude
All the living and nonliving things in a certain area
An account of the past based on information from primary sources and written by someone who was not an eyewitness to those events.
A map that shows the boundaries of states and countries.
Of the countryside
A form of government where people choose representatives to run the government.
Meridian from which the longitude east and west is measured. It passes through Greenwich, England and it’s longitude is 0 degrees.
An economic system in which people can own property and businesses and are free to decide what to make, how much to produce and what price to charge.
A material found in nature that cannot be replaced, such as coal, oil and natural gas.
A person born in a country or who becomes a member of that country by law.