The moose (plural "moose") is the largest extant species (Alces alces) of deer (family Cervidae) in the world. It is distinguished from the others by the palmate antlers of its males. While Alces alces is called moose in North America, derived from Eastern Abenaki moz ), this species is called elk in Anglophone Europe.
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Previous (Jomo Kenyatta) Next (Jonah, Book of) Characters for Jōmon ("Cord marks"). The Jomon period (縄文時代, Jōmon-jidai) is the period of Japanese prehistory from about 10,000 B.C.E. to 300 B.C.E., during which the earliest major culture of prehistoric Japan developed and flourished. The word “ jomon ” (cord-pattern) refers to the characteristic ornamentation of clay vessels and figures with impressions or markings made using sticks with cords wrapped around them.
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Protists are a heterogeneous group of living organisms, comprising those eukaryotes that are not animals, plants, or fungi. In systems of biological classification, they usually are treated as the Kingdom Protista or Protoctista . Protists are more complex than bacteria in that they have cell nuclei, but less complex than fungi, plants, and animals because they are mostly single-celled, or if multi-celled, they lack highly specialized tissues.
See also Current account Capital account Balance of trade Floating currency Capital surplus International investment position Foreign exchange reserves Sovereign wealth fund Money supply United States public debt FRED (Federal Reserve Economic Data) Pink Book Milton Friedman Notes ↑ Fedpoint: "Balance of Payments," Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Retrieved May 30, 2009.