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  • 41SR W class — Infobox Locomotive powertype=Steam name = SR Class W Haresnape, Brian: Maunsell Locomotives a pictorial history (Ian Allan Ltd, 1977), ISBN 0711007438] designer = Richard Maunsell builder = SR Eastleigh/Ashford Works builddate = 1932 to 1936… …

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  • 42Northern Bank robbery — The Northern Bank robbery was a large robbery of cash from the Donegall Square West headquarters of Northern Bank in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Carried out by a large, proficient group on 20 December 2004, the gang seized the equivalent of £26.5… …

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  • 43Lickey Incline — The Lickey Incline is the steepest sustained main line railway incline in Great Britain. Situated just south of Birmingham in England the climb is two miles (3.2 km) at 1 in 37.7 (2.65%). History and geography It is part of the Birmingham and… …

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  • 44Brontë Parsonage Museum — The Brontë Parsonage Museum is maintained by the Brontë Society in honour of the famed Brontë sisters Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë and is located in Haworth, West Yorkshire, an area of England covered in much open, expansive moorland. It is… …

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  • 45Quinlan Terry — (born 24 July, 1937 in Hampstead) is an English architect. He was educated at Bryanston School and the Architectural Association. He was a pupil of architect Raymond Erith, with whom he formed the partnership Erith Terry .=Work=Quinlan Terry is a …

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  • 46SR Q1 class — SR Q1 class[1] Sole preserved Q1 no. 33001 at Horsted Keynes Power type Steam Designer …

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  • 47Joseph Anderson (Commandant) — Major Joseph Anderson (1790 1877), soldier and penal administrator, of the 50th Regiment, was commandant of the second convict settlement at Norfolk Island, from March 1834 to February 1839.Anderson was born at Keoldale, Sutherland Scotland on 1… …

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  • 48Arthur Goring Thomas — (10 November 1850 ndash; 20 March 1892) was an English musical composer. He was the youngest son of Freeman Thomas and Amelia, daughter of Colonel Thomas Frederick.He was born at Ratton Park, Sussex, and educated at Haileybury College. He was… …

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  • 49Miguel de Molinos — (c. 1628–1697), Spanish divine, the chief apostle of the religious revival known as Quietism, was born about 1628 near Muniesa (Teruel).[1] He entered the priesthood and settled in Rome about …

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  • 50Jakob Frohschammer — (6 January 1821 14 June 1893) was a German theologian and philosopher.Frohschammer was born at Illkofen, near Regensburg. Destined by his parents for the Roman Catholic priesthood, he studied theology at Munich, but felt an ever growing… …

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  • 51Belfast Blitz — The Belfast Blitz was an event that occurred on the night of Easter Tuesday, 15 April 1941. Two hundred bombers of the German Air Force ( Luftwaffe ) attacked the city of Belfast in Northern Ireland. One thousand people died as a result of the… …

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  • 52Otto Ludwig (writer) — Not to be confused with Otto Ludwig (film editor). Otto Ludwig …

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  • 53Battle of Thermopylae (191 BC) — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Battle of Thermopylae caption=|in rime the colloseumpartof=the Roman xerrian War date=191 BC place=Thermopylae result=Decisive Roman victory combatant1=Roman Republic| combatant2=Seleucid Empire… …

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  • 54Mineral wagon — A Water Orton windcutter . Ex LMS Fowler 0 6 0 4F 44458 passing Water Orton Station Junction and on to the fast lines to Kingsbury with a train of empty mineral wagons …

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  • 55Manchester-Sheffield-Wath electric railway — The Manchester Sheffield Wath electric railway was an early electrification scheme on British railways. The route featured long ascents on both sides of the Pennines with the long Woodhead Tunnel at its central summit close to the Woodhead pass.… …

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  • 56Begum Samru — Begum Sombre(d. 1836) (also known as Zebunissa, Farzana and Joanna after baptism) started her career as a Nautch girl in 18th Century India. Later on, she played a key role in the politics and power struggle in 18th and 19th century India. She… …

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  • 57Occupational psychosis — is the concept that one s occupation or career makes that person so biased that they could be described as psychotic. Especially common in tight occupational circles, individuals can normalize ideas or behaviours that seem absurd or irrational to …

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  • 581650-1700 in fashion — Fashion in the period 1650 1700 in Western European clothing is characterised by rapid change. Following the end of the Thirty Years War and the Restoration of England s Charles II, military influences in men s clothing were replaced by a brief… …

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  • 59Countertop — A stainless steel countertop Countertop (also counter top, counter, benchtop, (British English) worktop, or (Australian English) kitchen bench) usually refers to a horizontal worksurface in kitchens or other food preparation areas, bathrooms or… …

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  • 60Robert Brough Smyth — (1830 – 9 October 1899) was an Australian geologist, author and social commentator. Smyth was the son of Edward Smyth, mining engineer, and was born at Carville, near Durham, England. He was educated at a school at Whickham, afterwards studied… …

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