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The steppes of southern Russia, the African veldt, and the pampas of Argentina are good examples of _______ biomes
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User: The steppes of southern Russia, the African veldt, and the pampas of Argentina are good examples of _______ biomes

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User: The nation-state concept originated in which of the following countries

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