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Picture of U.S.A. in North AmericaNorth America: Deli in Brooklyn Heights (Shops in U.S.A.)Picture of Guinea in AfricaAfrica: Children in Koran school (Schools in Guinea)
Picture of Yemen in AsiaAsia: Man selling bread in the streets of Sanaa (Jobs in Yemen)Picture of Denmark in EuropeEurope: Duck roast with prunes and apples (Celebrations in Denmark)
Picture of New Zealand in OceaniaOceania: Sheep in Southland, South Island (Animals in New Zealand)Picture of Guyana in South AmericaSouth America: The world's longest pontoon bridge over the Demerara river, west of Georgetown (Streets in Guyana)
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King Canute the Great was ruler of an empire that included England, Denmark, Norway and parts of Sweden. Legend has it that, tired of hollow flattering from his courtiers, Canute had his throne carried to the seashore in England and sat on it as the tide came in, commanding the waves to advance no further. When they didn't, he had made his point that, though the deeds of kings might appear great in the minds of men, they were as nothing in the face of God's power
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