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Control of Vectors

A vector in biology is an animal which transmit a disease causing organism from one organism to another Ways of Controlling Vectors AreA. Mosquito : Draining of swamps to eliminate. Ate breeding ground for mosquito. ii. Cutting bushes around house to reduce hiding places for adult mosquito. iii. Sleeping in …

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Ozigolo by Peddle E. Okao

                   ACT ONE SCENE ONE(In front of his village house, Eduwu receives a visitor called Idahosa)Eduwu: Idahosa, please have your seat and let me offer you Kola nuts. (Idahosa takes his seat while Eduwu calls out to Ozigolo to fetch some kola …

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International Organization And Institutions

1. EEC – It means the European Economic Community, popularly known as the European Common Market.  It has nine (9) members.  And these includes : Britain,  Italy, Luxemburg, Netherland, France, Ireland, Belgium, Denmark and Western Germany. The aim of the organization is to eliminate all the barriers to free trade.  In …

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Agricultural Classification of Plants

In Agricultural practice plants are classified according to their uses as follows : Cereal Plant :These are plants rich in carbohydrate they contain low level of protein. Their fruits are one seed small low level of protein.  Their fruits are one seed and small. They are known as grains examples …

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Common mistakes in English

LET’S LEARN WORDS FREQUENTLY USED NOT FOUND IN THE DICTIONARY 1. INSTALLMENTALLYThis “word” is a favourite of many Nigerians, but, sadly, it simply does not exist. You won’t find it any reputable dictionary. The correct thing to say when “installmentally” comes to your mind is in _”instalments”_ or _”by instalments”_.*2. …

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Ambassadors of Poverty by P.O.C Umeh

The poem is a satirical poem in which the poet expresses disgust at various economic saboteurs in the country.  He recounts in an objective way various persons who are involved in economic sabotage.  He aptly condemns dubious politicians who promises electorate heaven on earth but as soon as they have …

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The use of Relative Pronoun

Basically there are five (5) relative pronoun but before we look into the that lets define the word Pronoun. What are pronoun?These are word used instead of a noun or name, to avoid the repetition of it. The personal pronouns in English are I, thou or you, he, she, it, …

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Be Contented – kids stories

There live a little boy named Kemy, Kemy lived with his mother and father in a little Village. But kemy was a stubborn kid who was very lazy to help his mother nor father whenever they needed his assistance, He was also selective in the choice of male that was being prepared at …

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Nationalism and Major Civic problems

Nationalism Nationalism is the love and emotional attachment that citizens have towards their country that make them fight for their political independence from foreign rule or domination. It is a state of not being religiously, ethnically or politically bias but representing the country not minding the religion, state or race that …

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The Brain

The brain is housed in and protected by the  cranium. It is divided into three (3) parts which are; forebrain, midbrain and hindbrain. Now let’s explain them one after another Forebrain : This is made up of the olfactory lobes and the cerebral hemispheres. Cerebrum is the largest and most …

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Circulation Of blood

Mammals have a closed blood circulatory system. The heart is four chambered and acts as a double pump for a double circulatory system with the pulmonary circulation completely separated from the systematic circulation.  Blood that has circulated round the body in arteries, arterioles and capillaries return to the right auricle …

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How Political Parties Compete For Power

Before we know how political parties compete for power let us firstly take a glimpse at the definition of the word POLITICAL PARTY. The meaning of the word ” political party ” is ; Political parties are groups of people who have the same ideology, coming together for the purpose …

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God’s Covenant With Abraham

For this lesson you have to read Genesis 12:1-9; 17:1-21; 21:1-8; 25:19-26(I) A covenant is an agreement. It also means a contract. The Call Of Abraham   Abraham was born in Ur of Chaldea, a city in which idols were worshipped.  Abraham was not an idol worshipper.  He was a believer …

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The Kings Golden Cup – kids story

Story! story!!.. Once upon a time, there lived a king in Kotoye village. He was quite rich and Kind.He decided to have a party to mark his golden jubilee anniversary on the throne and his eightieth birthday. It was an open house party for the rich and the poor alike. …

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Taxation – Economics

Taxation as we all know has so many definitions and I will highlight some definitions while you pick the one that suit you in exam condition.  This is an amount or Levi that is impose on the citizen by the government which is very compulsory to be paid.    Taxation …

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