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  • 141History of Formula One — Formula One has its roots in the European Grand Prix motor racing ( q.v. for pre 1947 history) of the 1920s and 1930s. However, the foundation of Formula One began in 1946 with the Fédération Internationale de l Automobile s (FIA s)… …

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  • 142Strategic bombing during World War II — For a list of notable strategic bombings in the European Theatre of World War II, see List of air operations during the Battle of Europe. Main article: Air warfare of World War II Strategic bombing during World War II Part of World War II …

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  • 143Pavol Demitra — Born …

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  • 144Prize rules — or cruiser rules govern the taking of prizes: vessels captured on the high seas during war. They are intertwined with the blockade rules. Customary rules were originally laid down in the days of sailing ships. These were supplemented by various… …

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  • 145Cisco PIX — PIX 535 Firewall Cisco PIX (Private Internet eXchange) is a popular IP firewall and network address translation (NAT) appliance. It was one of the first products in this market segment. In 2005, Cisco introduced the newer Adaptive Security… …

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  • 146History of the Royal Navy — Naval Service of the British Armed Forces …

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  • 147Commercial driver's license — A Commercial Driver s License is required to operate a tractor trailer for commercial use. A Commercial Driver s License (CDL) is a driver s license required in the United States to operate any type of vehicle which has a gross vehicle weight… …

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  • 148Woman Grandmaster — (WGM) is the highest ranking chess title restricted to women aside from Women s World Champion.The World Chess Federation FIDE introduced the WGM title in 1977, joining the previously introduced lower ranking title Woman International Master… …

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  • 149Michigan Services — Map of Amtrak routes in Michigan. Amtrak Michigan Services …

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  • 150Jim Dowd (ice hockey) — Infobox Ice Hockey Player image size= 250px team= Free agent former teams = New Jersey Devils Vancouver Canucks New York Islanders Calgary Flames Edmonton Oilers Minnesota Wild Montreal Canadiens Chicago Blackhawks Colorado Avalanche Philadelphia …

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  • 151Dashpot — A dashpot is a mechanical device, a damper which resists motion via viscous friction. The resulting force is proportional to the velocity, but acts in the opposite direction, slowing the motion and absorbing energy. It is commonly used in… …

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  • 152Improved Touring — is a category of classifications for cars in amateur road racing defined by the Sports Car Club of America. The class is used by other sactioning bodies with compatible rules, such as the International Conference of Sports Car Clubs.The… …

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  • 153Nanboku Line (Sendai) — The Sendai City Subway logo Sendai City Subway Line Legend …

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  • 154Olli Jokinen — Born …

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  • 155Marc Savard — Born …

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  • 156Millie Jackson — in concert. Background information Birth name Mildred Jackson Born July 15, 1944 …

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  • 157Marco Coleman — No. 90, 91, 92, 93, 95, 99      Defensive end Personal information Date of birth: December 18, 1969 (1969 12 18) (age 41) Place of birth …

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  • 158Steve Gainey — Infobox Ice Hockey Player position = Centre/Left Wing shoots = Left height ft = 6 height in = 1 weight lb = 192 team = Unrestricted Free Agent league = NHL nationality = Canada birth date = Birth date and age|1979|1|26|mf=y birth place = Montreal …

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  • 159List of Statutory Instruments of the United Kingdom, 1990 — NOTOC This is a complete list of all 1646 Statutory Instruments published in the United Kingdom in the year 1990.1 100* Caseins and Caseinates (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 1990 S.I. 1990/1 * Personal Community Charge (Relief) (England)… …

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  • 160CPU modes — (also called processor modes or CPU privilege levels, and by other names) are operating modes for the central processing unit of some computer architectures that place restrictions on the operations that can be performed by the process currently… …

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