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Jena Battlefield

Image Credit: Shutterstock / BeckartJena Battlefield in Thuringia, Germany was the site of the Battle of Jena during the Napoleonic Wars. On 14 October 1806, the Prussian army of Frederick William III together with Saxony troops met that of Napoleon’s French troops at Jena in Saxony, being modern day Germany.
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Military History Encyclopedia on the Web

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Using the Command Line to Run Ruby Scripts

Before really starting to use Ruby, you need to have a basic understanding of the command line. Since most Ruby scripts won't have graphical user interfaces, you'll be running them from the command line. Thus, you'll need to know, at the very least, how to navigate the directory structure and how to use pipe characters (such as | , and > ) to redirect input and output.
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An Introduction to Blank Verse

Blank verse is poetry with a consistent meter but no formal rhyme scheme. Unlike free verse, blank verse has a measured beat. In English, the beat is usually iambic pentameter , but other metrical patterns can be used. From William Shakespeare to Robert Frost, many of the greatest writers in the English language embraced the blank verse form.
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What Is a Dangling Modifier?

A dangling modifier is a word or phrase (often a participle or participial phrase) that doesn't actually modify the word it's intended to modify. In some cases, a dangling modifier refers to a word that doesn't even appear in the sentence. It is also called a dangling participle, hanging modifier, floater, floating modifier , or misrelated participle .
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Biography of Prince Albert, Husband of Queen Victoria

Prince Albert (August 26, 1819-December 13, 1861) was a German prince who married Britain's Queen Victoria and helped spark an era of technological innovation as well as personal style. Albert initially was seen by the British as an interloper in British society, but his intelligence, interest in inventions, and capability in diplomatic affairs made him a respected figure.
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