I knew what was meant at once. (well it was the first thing I thought was meant, not 100% sure but typing fire confirmed it)
Wales used to be considered a principality until December 2011 when the ISO updated itself and recognised it. But it hadn't been treated as a principality for centuries.
"Province" isn't used in any official way at all, it only comes about because:
1. There is no Northern Irish ethnic group or language, unlike Scotland and Wales;
2. Northern Ireland has never been an independent country in the past, unlike Scotland and Wales.
Some people think NI falls even shorter than Scotland and Wales in terms of being a country, so they use a lesser title for it - usually province. It's not officially or technically a province though, it's up to you and your politics/biases/judgement/instinct/whatever.
Also, Ireland IS NOT northern Ireland. they are a part of the EU, use the Euro and not the Pound / Sterling and are the republic of Ireland, not Northern. hope that helps clear it up!!
Apr 12, 2019
In Step 2 put the group name in the first column. Then in Step 4, choose "Manual" for Design Mode. Then, on the right side of the screen, click "Advanced" and look for "Format as Groups of Things". Hope this helps!
and i got all the moons cuz im an astronomy nerd
It isnt a hard word to spell or something
This is genuinely one of the most annoying type-in examples I've come across! Please change it back.
This might sound ignorant, but I honestly don’t know, do they do the hammer throw in the olympics? If they do it’s even weirder that I never heard of it.
I think 4 base elements: Air, Fire, Water, Earth
4 Classical Elements: Beat, Rhythm, Bach, Beethoven, Hydrogen, Helium, Oxygen, Gold etc..
their are no such thing as the 4 base elements in the periodic table, and even if they were, no gas would be, the gases in the periodic table were some of the latest discovered elements, lead, gold, iron, and copper would be closer than whatever the heck that is,
also beat, rhythm, bach and beethoven???
beat and rhythm are the same thing in all practical sense, and bach and beethoven were dudes.
You scored 30/64 = 47%
This beats or equals 16.7% of test takers
The average score is 43
Your high score is 30