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What Is a Positive Externality on Consumption?

01 Of 06 Benefits of Consumption Versus. Benefits to Society Jodi Beggs/ A positive externality on consumption occurs when the consumption of a good or service confers a benefit on third parties who are not involved in the production or consumption of the product. For example, playing music creates a positive externality on consumption, since, at least if the music is good, the music confers a (non-monetary) benefit on other people nearby who otherwise have nothing to do with the market for the music.
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Guide to Chinese Tea Ceremonies and Brewing Chinese Tea

Traditional Chinese tea ceremonies are often held during formal occasions like Chinese weddings, but they are also done to welcome guests into one's home. Gather all the tools you need to perform a traditional Chinese tea ceremony: teapot, tea strainer, kettle (stove top or electric), tea pitcher, brewing tray, deep plate or bowl, tea towel, water, tea leaves (not bagged), tea pick, tea leaf holder, tongs (挾), narrow snifter cups, tea cups, and optional tea snacks like dried plums and pistachios.
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Warships of the Civil War

The first thought for many when they think of the Civil War is of the massive armies squaring off at places such as Shiloh or Gettysburg. In addition to the struggle on land, there was an equally important battle occurring on the waves. Union warships encircled the Southern coast, economically choking the Confederacy and depriving its armies of much-needed munitions and supplies.
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8 Simple Rules for Russian Verb Conjugation

Russian verbs change according to their tense, person, and number. This guide to Russian verb conjugation provides basic rules for conjugating regular verbs in the present tense. The Russian present tense is simpler than the English present tense, as there is only one present tense verb form. To illustrate this point, consider the sentence "я читаю.
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