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World Almanac now online

 Facts On File announces the launch of The World Almanac® Online, a new reference site that provides students and researchers with access to thousands of key facts
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Facts On File announces the launch of The World Almanac® Online, a new reference site that provides students and researchers with access to thousands of key facts—from economics, business, energy, crime, and military affairs to health, vital statistics, and consumer information, from pop culture, sports, and science to U.S. and world history and government information.

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