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  • A country or territory is a geographical area, both in the sense of nation (a cultural entity) and state (a political entity).
    statistics
  • The practice or science of collecting and analyzing numerical data in large quantities, esp. for the purpose of inferring proportions in a whole from those in a representative sample
  • a branch of applied mathematics concerned with the collection and interpretation of quantitative data and the use of probability theory to estimate population parameters
  • (statistical) of or relating to statistics; "statistical population"
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    tourism
  • Tourism is travel for recreational, leisure or business purposes. The World Tourism Organization defines tourists as people who "travel to and stay in places outside their usual environment for more than twenty-four (24) hours and not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and
  • The commercial organization and operation of vacations and visits to places of interest
  • the business of providing services to tourists; "Tourism is a major business in Bermuda"
  • (tourist) someone who travels for pleasure
tourism statistics by country tourism statistics by country - Country Girls
Country Girls
Country Girls
It had been clear from the beginning, that Emma, Eli and Evey Wilson would be tied together by more than just a name and the blood that flowed through each of their veins. They would be bound for life by the secrets of their past and the lies that kept them hidden.

After a fire devoured their family home and left them orphaned at an early age, Emma, Eli and Evey found themselves being raised by their grandfather and learning the ropes of life on the ranch. A life that quite suited Emma and Eli, but left Evey desperate to seek out a way to escape and run off to the big city. An escape she soon found in Preston Mercer.

It wasn’t long after Evey rode out of town on Preston’s white horse that he revealed his true colors and what had been her dream come true became the stuff of nightmares. While Evey weathered the storm on her own at first, out of spite and sheer stubbornness, she finally broke her silence and called her sisters. They instantly rushed to her side, just as they had always done. Just as she had known they would.

As Pandora’s Box was opened for the second time in 25 years, the sisters prepared for what would be their greatest battle yet. Would Evey be able to escape Preston’s wrath? Would Emma be able to face the monsters of her past? Would Eli find a way to heal the scars that had not only bound her body but shackled her very soul? And, most importantly, would there be room amongst the skeletons to hide another body?

Join them on their journey, as they fight the enemy, embrace the ally and find out if love really does conquer all.

India - Rajasthan - Bikaner, Junagarh Fort, "Indian women look at the world"
India - Rajasthan - Bikaner, Junagarh Fort, "Indian women look at the world"
Status of Women in India In India, even if by law, the woman is equal to man from all points of view, the reality is very different. In fact, nearly half of Indian women is subjected and continuously subbisce physical and psychological violence. According to statistics about half of Indian girls between 10 and 15 years are already married, and the 10/15% of adolescents who already have children. One of the most important Indian customs regarding marriage is the "dowry". The dowry originally was nothing more than a small gift given by the bride's family to the groom because, according to the Hindu family of the bride damaged in some way the groom. In time, this custom has become a social obligation, very expensive, that women should respect, Given the difficulties econimiche so that families face, in India some 6,000 murders are committed every year of daughters. In India, northern men marry women with whom they have no ties of kinship. After the marriage the wife joins the husband's family, but is always seen as un'estarnea. In the south of the country instead of women united in marriage very often or with the mother's brother or her cousin. Polygamy although prohibited by law since the '50s, today in India is still very much in use, as the Muslim tradition allows a man to have up to four wives. From the point of view business and social level, women are discriminated against every giornno, in fact many women are also working in the same way human perceive a very low income, also the statistics show that the number of women University is only 5%. Another inhuman custom that is practiced against women is the use of sati. The use of sati is nothing more than the burning of vodove.La tradition comes from the myth of Daksa, who gave her in marriage one of his filgie, Sati, the god Shavi, after his death, however, if the wife were burnt alive. In India urban surely there is the use of sati, unlike rural areas, but widows conduncono a lifestyle very different, in fact, shave the hair, fast and pray all the time for her dead husband.
city of angels
city of angels
amidst the traffic, at 11'o'clock in the morning, i chanced upon these two GROs passing by a 24-hour pick-up bar at the red district in Angeles City - a former site of a U.S. Military Base - while a foreign tourist inside the bar enjoys his bottle of beer. Before the pull-out of the American bases a decade ago, Angeles City was known for its vibrant nightlife scene. Once dubbed as the country's "City of Fallen Angels", prostitution is having a comeback with the advent of sex trafficking through the internet. Prostitution and sex trafficking is again prevalent in the city. There are half a million prostituted persons in the Philippines. Foreign tourists are not the only ones to be blamed. Statistics show that Filipinos are the main users of Filipinas in prostitution.
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Legacy 2013 Wall Calendar, Country Path by Bonnie Heppe Fisher (WCA9647)
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