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The players are plantation owners in Puerto Rico in the days when ships had sails. Growing up to five different kind of crops—corn, indigo, sugar, tobacco, and coffee—they must try to run their business more efficiently than their close competitors: growing crops and storing them efficiently, developing San Juan with useful buildings, deploying their colonists to best effect, selling crops at the right time, and, most importantly, shipping their goods back to Europe for maximum benefit. The game system lets players choose the order of the phases in each turn by allowing each player to choose a role from those remaining when it is their turn.
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Acrocanthosaurus ( pron.: / ˌ æ k r ɵ ˌ k æ n θ ɵ ˈ s ɔr ə s / ak-rə- KAN -thə- SOR -əs ; meaning "high-spined lizard") is a genus of theropod dinosaur that existed in what is now North America during the Aptian and early Albian stages of the Early Cretaceous . Like most dinosaur genera, Acrocanthosaurus contains only a single species, A. atokensis . Its fossil remains are found mainly in the U.S. states of Oklahoma , Texas , and Wyoming , although teeth attributed to Acrocanthosaurus have been found as far east as Maryland .
But in more recent years, archaeologists have found more and more traces of even earlier people with a less refined technology inhabiting North America and spreading as far south as Chile. And now clinching evidence in the mystery of the early peopling of America — Clovis or pre-Clovis? — for nearly all scientists appears to have turned up at a creek valley in the hill country of what is today Central Texas, 40 miles northwest of Austin.