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Parents usually look forward to the moment when they can start complementary foods. But for many dads and moms, such innovations in a child's life are fraught with challenges, due to numerous sources of information. What should you give your baby - juice or puree? Someone recommends introducing new food gradually, while someone considers this approach obsolete and recommends giving full portions.
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IQ

The IQ test was developed by Hans Eysenck in the 1940s. In the fifties, the IQ test became wildly popular in Europe, and its author became a celebrity. Intellect was measured by everyone: both in offices and in a friendly circle. An expression like: & 34; He has a low IQ & 34; became a euphemism for the characteristic: & 34; He's a fool & 34 ;.
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Catherine the Great

Catherine the Great (1729-1796). This woman was the Empress of Russia from 1762 to 1796. Under her, Russia was finally entrenched among the leading world powers. The empress herself was fond of literature, corresponded with European educators, collected masterpieces of painting. The Empress surrounded herself with favorites, which caused a lot of gossip and gossip.
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Croatia

Croatia is a state in Southern Europe. A significant part of Croatia's territory is on the mainland, in addition, the state belongs to the Istrian peninsula. There are one thousand one hundred and eighty-five islands and islets along the coast. The largest are Mljet, Korcula, Brac, Hvar, Pag, Cres, Krk. The Adriatic Sea washes the western part of the country.
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Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus

Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus (27.1.1756, Salzburg, - 5.12.1791, Vienna) is an Austrian composer. Among the greatest masters of music, Mozart stands out for the early flowering of a powerful and all-round talent, the unusual fate of life - from the triumphs of a child prodigy to a difficult struggle for existence and recognition in adulthood, the unparalleled courage of the artist who preferred the unsecured life of an independent master to the humiliating service of a despot nobleman, and, finally, the overarching meaning of creativity, covering almost all genres of music.
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Water

Water - hydrogen oxide, H20, the simplest stable under normal conditions chemical compound of hydrogen with oxygen (11.19 hydrogen and 88.81 oxygen by mass), molecular weight 18.0160, existing in liquid (colorless liquid, odorless and tasteless, in thick layers has a bluish color), solid and gaseous states.
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