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  • 121The Firesign Theatre — is a comedy troupe consisting of Phil Austin, Peter Bergman, David Ossman, and Philip Proctor. FormationThe troupe began as live radio performers in Los Angeles, California on radio stations KPPC FM and KPFK during the mid 1960s.The group s name… …

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  • 122World Solar Challenge — The World Solar Challenge is a solar powered car race which covers 3021 km (1,877 miles) through the Australian Outback, from Darwin to Adelaide. The race attracts teams from around the world, most of which are fielded by universities or… …

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  • 123The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex —   …

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  • 124The Cavaliers Drum and Bugle Corps — The Cavaliers are a World Class (formerly Division I ) drum and bugle corps based in Rosemont, Illinois and founded in 1948 by Donald Warren, and are a member corps of Drum Corps International. The Cavaliers are currently under the direction of… …

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  • 125The Selmer Company — was a manufacturer of musical instruments started in Paris, France in the early 1900s. Selmer was known for its high quality woodwind instruments, especially saxophones and clarinets. The Selmer brand was preferred by many well known jazz artists …

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  • 126World of Monkey Island — The Monkey Island series takes place in a fictional world supposedly located deep within the Caribbean Sea and set roughly during the Golden Age of Piracy, some time in the late 17th century. The current article describes in game elements present …

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  • 127The Slab Boys — is a play by the Scottish artist and playwright John Byrne. The play is the first part of a trilogy, originally known as Paisley Patterns but now called The Slab Boys Trilogy , which tells the story of a group of young, urban, working class Scots …

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  • 128The Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle —   …

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  • 129The Book of the Dun Cow (novel) — The Book of the Dun Cow is a novel by Walter Wangerin, Jr.. It is loosely based upon the beast fable of Chanticleer and the Fox and named after the common name for Lebor na hUidre , an ancient Irish manuscript of stories. The book was awarded the …

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  • 130The Original All Blacks — The 1905 Original All Blacks. The Original All Blacks (also known simply as The Originals ) were the first New Zealand national rugby union team to tour outside Australasia. They toured the British Isles, France and the United States of America… …

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  • 131The Last Word (short story) — The Last Word is a short story by author Graham Greene, written in 1988 (see 1988 in literature). It first appeared in The Independent but can also be found in collections of his short fiction, notably the Penguin edition of The Last Word and… …

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  • 132The Invisible Man (film) — The Invisible Man Theatrical poster Directed by James Whale Produced by …

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  • 133The Two Towers (MUD) — The Two Towers mud is a free fantasy multiplayer text based online role playing game set in Tolkien’s universe [ [http://pueblo.sourceforge.net/worldlist.php?tree=fan/tolkien J.R.R.Tolkien] list of worlds based on, A full featured combat world… …

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  • 134The Spirits Book — ( Le Livre des Esprits in original French) is one of The Five Fundamental Works of Spiritism, and was published by the French educator Allan Kardec in 1857 April 18. It was the first and remains the most important spiritist book, because it… …

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  • 135The Big Lebowski — Theatrical release poster Directed by Joel Coen Ethan Coen (Uncredited) …

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  • 136The Jetsons — title card. Genre Animated science fiction Sitcom Format Animated comedy series …

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  • 137The Pianist (memoir) — The Pianist is a memoir written by the Polish musician of Jewish origins Władysław Szpilman. He tells how he survived the German deportations of Jews to extermination camps, the 1943 destruction of the Warsaw Ghetto, and the 1944 Warsaw Uprising… …

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  • 138The Three Tenors — is a name given to a consort of singers who held concerts under this banner during the 1990s and early 2000s: Spaniards Plácido Domingo and José Carreras and Italian Luciano Pavarotti. The trio began their collaboration with a concert at the… …

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  • 139The Grammar of Science — is a book by Karl Pearson first published at London by Walter Scott in 1892. It was recommended by Einstein to his friends of the Olympia Academy. Several themes were covered in this book that later became part of the theories of Einstein and… …

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  • 140World music — The term world music includes * Traditional music (sometimes called folk music or roots music) of any culture that are created and played by indigenous musicians or that are closely informed or guided by indigenous music of the regions of their… …

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