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Roberto Nevilis Who Invented Homework

  Online, there are many articles claiming that Roberto Nevilis was the first educator who came up with giving students homework. But if you look at the websites that claim this, you’ll find that it’s mostly forum websites or obscure educational blogs. No credible website or news source even mentions the name Roberto Nevilis. And for a guy who has ...

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The Most Delicious Dessert Of The Countries

  While it’s amazing no matter where you have it, desserts differ from country to country. Some are light and fruity, and some are rich and chocolaty. From Japan’s mochi to Poland’s poppy seed rolls, read on to see what people use to satisfy their sweet tooth in different countries.

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The Oldest Iranian Blogger

  Style knows no age. And thankfully, social media is starting to become a place for confident older women to showcase that mantra. While Instagram might be largely known as a platform for its youthful users to post the best of their #belfies with #BAE, there appears to be a substantial cohort of real-world style veterans who are rejuvenating their ...

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The First Photos In The World

  Photography has been a medium of limitless possibilities since it was originally invented in the early 1800s. The use of cameras has allowed us to capture historical moments and reshape the way we see ourselves and the world around us. To celebrate the amazing history of photography and photographic science, we have assembled 30 photographic ‘firsts’ from over the ...

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The World’s First Passports

  A passport is an official travel document issued by a government that contains a given person’s identity. It enables its holder to travel to and from foreign countries and to access consular assistance while overseas. The document certifies the personal identity and nationality of its holder. Standard passports contain the full name, photograph, place, date of birth, signature, and ...

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