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Bukurovac is a village in the municipality of Bela Palanka, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 26 people.

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West Virginia Route 18
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West Virginia Route 18 is a north–south state highway in the northwestern portion of the U.S. state of West Virginia. The southern terminus of the route is at West Virginia Route 47 in Troy, Gilmer Co

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A hard hat is a type of helmet predominantly used in workplace environments such as industrial or construction sites to protect the head from injury due to falling objects, impact with other objects,

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Regents of the University of California v. Bakke was a landmark Supreme Court decision in 1978 upholding affirmative action. It found diversity in the classroom to be a compelling state interest and a

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448th Supply Chain Management Group
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The 448th Supply Chain Management Group is an inactive United States Air Force unit. Its last assignment was to the 448th Fighter-Bomber Wing, stationed at Hensley Field, Texas. It was inactivated on

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Early New Zealand Books
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Early New Zealand Books (ENZB) is a project from the library of the University of Auckland, New Zealand, launched in 2005, that aims at providing keyword-searchable text of significant books published

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Katherine Tudor (1503)
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Katherine Tudor (2 February 1503 – 11 February 1503) was the seventh and last child of King Henry VII of England and Queen Elizabeth of York. She was born at the Tower of London. Her mother did not su

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The Bettel–Schneider Ministry is the current government of Luxembourg. It is led by Prime Minister Xavier Bettel and Deputy Prime Minister Étienne Schneider. It was formed on 4 December, after the 201

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Workers' Dreadnought
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Workers' Dreadnought was a newspaper published by variously named political parties led by Sylvia Pankhurst. Provisionally titled Workers' Mate, the newspaper first appeared on International Women's D

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Surabaya (formerly Soerabaja) is Indonesia's second-largest city, and the capital of the province of East Java. It is located on the northern shore of eastern Java at the mouth of the Mas River and at

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1st Helicopter Squadron
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The 1st Helicopter Squadron is a United States Air Force unit based at Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland assigned to the 811th Operations Group, 11th Wing that supports Washington D.C. Capitol area air

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Convict ship
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A convict ship was any ship engaged on a voyage to carry convicted felons under sentence of penal transportation from their place of conviction to their place of exile.

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She's Tight
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"She's Tight" is a single by the American rock band Cheap Trick which appeared on the album One on One, and was written by lead guitarist Rick Nielsen. The single was released in 1982 and peaked at #6

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Media related to North Carolina at Wikimedia Commons

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William Mangion
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William Mangion (born 24 August 1958 in Naxxar) is a Maltese singer, best known for presenting Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest 1993 and placing 8th out of 25 countries with This Time. He is one o

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A bus station is a structure where city or intercity buses stop to pick up and drop off passengers. While the term bus depot also refers to a bus station, "bus depot" may be used to refer to a bus gar

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Whangaroa is a locality on the harbour of the same name in Northland, New Zealand. Whangaroa is 8 km north-west from Kaeo and 35 km northwest from Kerikeri. The harbour is almost landlocked and is pop

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Makisig Morales
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Makisig Morales (born December 22, 1996) appeared on the TV reality-show Little Big Star and is the lead singer of the boy band Mak and the Dudes. As a child actor, he played the lead role in the Inte

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The Syrian Civil War (Arabic: الحرب الأهلية السورية‎‎) grew out of the unrest of the 2011 Arab Spring and escalated to armed conflict after President Bashar al-Assad's government violently repressed

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Close to My Heart
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Close to My Heart is a 1951 Warner Bros. drama directed by William Keighley, written by James R. Webb (based on his novel A Baby for Midge), and starring Ray Milland and Gene Tierney.

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Ray Milland filmography
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This is a filmography of Welsh actor Ray Milland, containing his work in theatrically released motion pictures as well as his extensive television credits. Milland began his film career in United King

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Camp de Túria
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Camp de Túria (Spanish: Campo de Turia) is a comarca in the province of Valencia, Valencian Community, Spain.

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Daughter of the Mind
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Daughter of the Mind is a made-for-television suspense film starring Don Murray, Ray Milland and Gene Tierney. It was first broadcast on ABC on December 9, 1969 as the ABC Movie of the Week.

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The Nasozai (Pashto: نسوزئ‎) are a Pashtun tribe. They are largely literate. Nasozai is the second largest and most important mohallah of the village of Nartopa in Attock District, Punjab, Pakistan, n

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Space (1965 film)
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Space (1965) is an underground film directed by Andy Warhol, written by Ronald Tavel, and starring Edie Sedgwick, Gino Piserchio, Dorothy Dean, Ed Hennessey, singer-songwriter Eric Andersen, and Norma

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Lockheed CP-140 Aurora
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The Lockheed CP-140 Aurora is a maritime patrol aircraft operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force. The aircraft is based on the Lockheed P-3 Orion airframe, but mounts the electronics suite of the S-3

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Hun School of Princeton
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The Hun School of Princeton is a private, coeducational, secondary boarding school located in Princeton, New Jersey, United States. The school serves students from grades 6 through high school. Curren

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Dadra and Nagar Haveli
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Dadra and Nagar Haveli /ˈdɑːdrɑː/ & /ˌnʌɡərˌhəˈvɛli/ is a union territory in Western India. It is composed of two separate geographical entities - Dadra an enclave 1 km NW surrounded by Gujarat and Na

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Mount Maya
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Mount Maya (摩耶山, Maya-san) is a 698.6-metre-high (2,292 ft) mountain in Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. This mountain is one of the major peaks of the Rokkō Mountains, and is the most popular peak for

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1885 New York Giants season
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The 1885 New York Giants season was the franchise's 3rd season. The team finished in second place, 2 games behind the Chicago White Stockings.

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George Samuel "Golden Hawk" Sizemore new article content ... George Samuel "Golden Hawk" Sizemore (1783-1864). Some say he was born in Hawkins County, Tennessee and died May 6, 1864 in Floyd County, K

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Niemand heeft nog tijd
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"Niemand heeft nog tijd" ("No one has time anymore") was the Dutch entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1997, performed in Dutch by Mrs. Einstein. The song is an up-tempo number, with the singers bemo

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Ángel Sanz-Briz (September 28, 1910 in Zaragoza – June 11, 1980 in Rome) was a Spanish professional diplomat of Francoist Spain during World War II who saved the lives of some five thousand Hungarian

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A concrete mixer (often mistakenly called a cement mixer) is a device that homogeneously combines cement, aggregate such as sand or gravel, and water to form concrete. A typical concrete mixer uses a

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Articles and events specifically related to the year 1909 in the Philippines.

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Fontaine-lès-Hermans is a commune in the Pas-de-Calais department in the Hauts-de-France region of France. The inhabitants of the commune of Fontaine-lès-Hermans are referred to as "Hermanifontains or

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2010–12 Algerian protests
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The 2010–12 Algerian protests were a continuing series of protests taking place throughout Algeria, which started on 28 December 2010. They have been inspired by similar protests across the Middle Eas

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Broccoli is an edible green plant in the cabbage family whose large flowering head is eaten as a vegetable. The word broccoli comes from the Italian plural of broccolo, which means "the flowering cres

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Grand Lake (Louisiana)
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Grand Lake is a freshwater lake located in Cameron Parish, Louisiana. The lake is not located in the community of Grand Lake, Louisiana.

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Alosno is a town and municipality located in the province of Huelva, Spain. According to the 2013 census, the village has a population of 1,840 inhabitants. The Filon Sur Mine, in Alosno municipality,

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Argentine (Paris Métro)
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Argentine (French pronunciation: ​[aʁʒɑ̃tin]) is a station on Paris Métro Line 1 on the boundary between the 16th and the 17th arrondissements of Paris in the western area of the city.

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Pleading in English Act 1362
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The Pleading in English Act 1362 (36 Edw. III c. 15), often rendered Statute of Pleading, was an Act of the Parliament of England. The Act complained that because the Norman Language was much unknown

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Bonne nuit ma chérie
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"Bonne nuit ma chérie" ("Good Night My Darling") was the German entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1960, performed in German (with the exception of the French of the title) by Wyn Hoop. The song was

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Calcium channel
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A calcium channel is an ion channel which displays selective permeability to calcium ions. It is sometimes synonymous as voltage-dependent calcium channel, although there are also ligand-gated calcium

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Abzac, Gironde
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Abzac is a commune in the Gironde department in southwestern Metropolitan France.

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Court of record
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A court of record is a trial court or appellate court in which a court clerk or a court reporter takes down a record of proceedings. That written record (and all other evidence) is preserved at least

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The name Heffernan is derived from the Irish Gaelic name O Heifearnain, which comes from the given name Ifearnan meaning "demon". Heffernan gives rise to alternatives such as Heffernon and Hefferan.

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