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Nationalism is an offshoot of ethnocentrism, which means that cultural values of a group or society are considered by them as the only correct and acceptable ones.

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How many people watch the Olympics every four years?

According to the National Olympic Committee, an outstanding 3.2 billion out of a possible 3.5 billion viewers watch the Olympic Games each time.

How many volunteers will be needed for the 2012 Olympics?

The London 2012 Olympic organising committee wants 70,000 volunteers to help out during the Games.

What is the exact population of Dagenham?

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What is the average time for a 1km run?

"24 -35 minutes is a great range to strive for." The world record for a 10K is 26.17. So, you should plan on striving for 24-35 minutes if your goal is to win an Olympic gold medal. Under an hour sounds like a much better goal for a normal person. If you happen to succeed at running a 24 minute 10K congratulations. You will be the world record holder for a long time.

What are the 5 most common guns in the world?

Automat Kalashnikov model 47 is the most common, chambered in 7.62mm x 39mm. It was produced by the Soviet Union, which supplied it to its constituents and allies, as seen during the Cold War, and in the Korean and Vietnam wars. Then upon the collapse of the Soviet Union, the massive surpluses were sold to other parts of the world at extremely low prices. This has led to it being the favored weapon of many insurgent groups, home-defense weapons in the violent societies where it is available, and for armies of nations with low domestic product. The current Russian Army uses an updated, polymer model of the same operating system, known as the AK-107 and AK-108. In the United States, fully-automatic weapons are controlled almost everywhere, and the AK-47 is no longer imported due to various treaties.The Stoner AR-15 is another common model, produced by the United States as the M16 and M4. A similar surplus problem occurred during the Vietnam War era, and again whenever the A3 and A4 models were produced. Older models, or anything that would mean transporting fewer humans out of the war, were sold or left to be picked up at random. The United States still uses the M16A3, M16A4, and the M4A1 models of the AR15 platform, and the civilian sector has many look-alike, semi-automatic models (often with interchangeable parts). The AR-15 series fires 5.56mm NATO or .223 Remington rounds, depending on the manufacturer's intended market.Another extremely common model is the 1911 pistol. Colt, Springfield, Kimber and many other brands make this style in .45 "Automatic Colt Pistol".Heckler and Koch MP5 is used by Navy SEALS, Marine Force Recon, German Border Patrols, British SAS and SBS and Police SWAT teams. It is hailed as the "Rolls-Royce of SMGs" for its low recoil, high accuracy, field reliability, and somewhat cynically, difficulty to repair. It fires the 9 mm Parabellum round, which is also common in pistols used by police forces of the United States, Federal Agencies, Militaries of the world, and civilians.The MP5-series' place is debatable with the Israeli UZI-series of sub-machine guns, which, according to Wikipedia, "Uzi submachineguns were sold to more military and police markets than any other submachine gun ever made," so it may actually be more common than the MP5-series "in the world" (as the question was phrased), but English-speakers are more likely to encounter an MP5-series weapon, as they are more popular in the United States and Great Britain than the UZI-series..308 Winchester and its NATO counterpart, 7.62mm x 51mm NATO, are common rounds for long-range marksmen, including SWAT team snipers, Military Snipers, Competitive marksmen and deer hunters (though less common in hunting as the civilian version is less effective than other hunting round choices, though the military-grade version of the cartridge). The most common action used is the Remington R700, which is modified for the US Army's M24 sniper system, and the US Marine Corps' M40A3 Sniper Weapon System, but many other models are used, like the HK G3, Springfield M14/M1A, and the new SCAR-H/SCAR-17 series of rifles by Fabrique Nationale..22 Long Rifle is a common round, but the models used to fire the round vary greatly, and are often used for target practice and competitions with rifles (such as the Olympic Biathlon), and in compact pistols. There is no dominating model which fires this caliber, but the significance it carries in popularity and in seniority (as the both the oldest and most common round currently produced).In the case of these last two, the round fired is more documented than a specific weapon firing it. In addition to these worldly weapons, it is worth noting that in the United States, hunters often use 20-gauge shotgun, 12-gauge shotgun, .30-06 Springfield and .30-30 Winchester, depending on the prey. Handgun owners favor 9mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .45 ACP in autoloaders, and .357 Magnum, .38 Special, and .44 magnum in revolvers. As previously mentioned, .22 Long Rifle is extremely common for target practice, and is often suggested as a great caliber to start with.The 4 most common assault rifle models distributed around the world are the AK47 series, the G3 series, the FAL series, and the AR15 series. The last three are not in order of prevalence.

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Is jr celski gay?

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How many Olympic Rings are there and what are their colors in order from left to right?

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Did Rene Simard actually sing the Montreal Olympic theme song at the opening or closing ceremony?

Of course Rene Simard Sang at Montreal Olympic Stadium....did he? that is what i hoped! if he did sing at he opening ceremony, could you please provide some evidence? i have done a lot of research but could not find any. his song was the official theme song but was boycotted by the media. there is no such evidence that rene sang at either ceremonies in the olympic official recording book.

Is Tae Kwon Do a world-wide sport?

Yes, taekwondo is popular all over the world as evidence by the several countries which participate in Olympic Taekwondo.

Is there a bigfoot?

Science has not as yet proven it. But the latest Olympic swimming champion has big feet.There is circumstantial evidence, largely anecdotal, of the existence of Bigfoot (Sasquatch, Yeti, etc.), however, no expedition has ever produced empirical evidence of a living or dead creature.

A list of Olympic torches for reference?

Summer OlympicsBeijing 2008 Olympic TorchAthens 2004 Olympic TorchSydney 2000 Olympic TorchAtlanta 1996 Olympic TorchBarcelona 1992 Olympic TorchSeoul 1988 Olympic TorchLos Angeles 1984 Olympic TorchMoscow 1980 Olympic TorchMontreal 1976 Olympic TorchMunich 1972 Olympic TorchMexico City 1968 Olympic TorchTokyo 1964 Olympic TorchRome 1960 Olympic TorchMelbourne 1956 Olympic TorchHelsinki 1952 Olympic TorchLondon 1948 Olympic TorchBerlin 1936 Olympic Torch

What is the Olympic Truce?

A truce was announced before and during each of the Olympic festivals, to allow visitors to travel safely to Olympia. An inscription describing the truce was written on a bronze discus which was displayed at Olympia. During the truce, wars were suspended, armies were prohibited from entering Elis or threatening the Games, and legal disputes and the carrying out of death penalties were forbidden.

What are two competitive sports that are devoted to weight lifting?

The two sports are (a) Olympic Weightlifting and (b) Powerlifting. These two sports are very different but often confused. They share one common characteristic and that is that both require great strength. However, Olympic Weightlifting is regarded as a sport that requires great technique and speed as well.

What are some evidence that the titanic is the one that sinked not the olympic?

The ship itself. Several years ago the ship was found and dives to it have taken place. There is film on this. Plus, the passenger list had famous and rich people who bought tickets for the Titanic and went down with the ship. The Olympic was also in use AFTER.

Can the olympic flag fly higher then the American flag?

Of course it can. All you have to do is attach it to a taller flag pole.Another View: (in the US) No. The rules of flag etiquette of the United states deem that when displayed along with other flags on a single pole, the US flag should be displayed at the highest position on the pole, and when in a grouping of multiple flagpoles, the US flag should be displayed higher than any other flag. These flag rules apply only in the US and its territories, of course, other nations may have differing rules.