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Для сайта:Мир книгVan Halen — американская хард-рок (хэви-метал) группа.В 1995 году выходит самая значительная и мощная работа группы Van Halen «Balance». Здесь наиболее полно и ярко раскрылось творчество каждого из музыкантов, особенно Сэмми Хаггара, как вокалиста. Для многих поклонников группы Van Halen альбом «Balance» считается вершиной творения, оставляя в тени даже «1984» и «Van Halen».

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Toth & K. D. ), The oldowan: Case studies into the Earliest Stone Age (pp. 43–76). Gosport: Stone Age Institute Press. Sen, S. (1998). The age of the Molayan mammal locality, Afghanistan. Geobios, 31(3), 385–391. Skinner, M. , Gordon, A. , & Collard, N. J. (2006). Mandibular size and shape variation in the hominins at Dmanisi, Republic of Georgia. Journal of Human Evolution, 51(1), 36–49. Sotnikova, M. , Dodonov, A. , & Pen’kov, A. V. (1997). Upper Cenozoic bio-magnetic stratigraphy of Central Asian mammalian localities.

If that was the case, Asian groups of H. l. could then have entered Africa by following the advancing front of grasslands, as did several types of bovid and Equus in the Late Pliocene (see above). 8 The sapropels indicate periods when the influx of fresh water (probably from the Nile) into the East Mediterranean increased, and can serve as a proxy indicator of increased rainfall. 5 Ma. 5 Ma 24 routes that they might have taken? The main corridors would have been either a northern route via the Red Sea and Sinai Desert into the Levant, or a southern one across the Bab ­al-Mandab Strait at the southern end of the Red Sea (Beyin 2006; Derricourt 2006).

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