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 Who was the first treasurer of the United States?

Answer Michael Hillegas, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was the first treasurer of the United States. He served in this capacity from 1776 to 1789. Before serving as the treasurer for the United Stat... Read More »
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Can a soldier in the united states marine corps switch to be a united states navy seal?

Yes but you might be deranked or up ranked depending were you where in the Marines.
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Is a United States bachelor's degree accepted at a United Kingdom university?

Although the British refer to a bachelor's degree as a "first-degree" as opposed to an "undergraduate degree," they are considered to be equivalent in both countries. Therefore, a bachelor's degree... Read More »
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Why is the emergency phone number in the united kingdom "999" and "911" in the united states?

It was implemented as a feature to prevent abuse of the service. In theory, hitting 999 accidentally is much easier than hitting 911.
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How much money does united way in the united states raise annually?

According to a 2008 United Way Annual Report, the total revenue received in the United States was $5,174,699. Most of the funds generated come from public support at $4,471,308; while $703,691 is r... Read More »
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