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Contrary to popular perception, marijuana is illegal in Jamaica. However, the U.S. Embassy estimates that, during the 1980s, the wholesale value of Jamaica’s ganja crop topped $1.5 billion—making it the nation’s largest cash crop.

Contrary to popular perception, marijuana is illegal in Jamaica. However, the U.S. Embassy estimates that, during the 1980s, the wholesale value of Jamaica’s ganja crop topped $1.5 billion—making it the nation’s largest cash crop.

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Napoleon wasn't short. At 5 feet, 7 inches, he was taller than the average French man of the era. The popular myth about his height is the result of his nickname, Le Petit Caporal (The Little Corporal). Early in Napoleon’s military career, French soldie

Napoleon wasn't short. At 5 feet, 7 inches, he was taller than the average French man of the era. The popular myth about his height is the result of his nickname, Le Petit Caporal (The Little Corporal). Early in Napoleon’s military career, French soldiers used the moniker to mock his low position on the Army’s Officer totem pole. Unfortunately for Napoleon, the nickname stuck.

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