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  • 611700-1750 in fashion — Fashion in the period 1700 1750 in European and European influenced countries is characterized by a widening, full skirted silhouette for both men and women following the tall, narrow look of the 1680s and 90s. Wigs remained essential for men of… …

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  • 62Lovecraft Mythos — The Lovecraft Mythos is the term coined by the scholar S. T. Joshi [ The Lovecraft Mythos , H. P. Lovecraft , p. 31ff. Joshi acknowledges, however, that Donald R. Burleson independently coined the term in his eponymous article that appears in… …

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  • 63Castorland Company — The Castorland Company was organized in Paris, France in 1792 as the Compagnie de New York to colonize French aristocrats and others dissatisfied with conditions following the French Revolution. Land in Lewis County, New York, part of the Macomb… …

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  • 64Rossett School — Infobox UK school name = Rossett School size = latitude = 53.97608 longitude = 1.55248 dms = dms motto = A school for all talents motto pl = established = 1973 approx = closed = c approx = type = religion = president = head label = Headteacher… …

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  • 65Fictional locations in The Railway Series — There are many fictional locations in The Railway Series of books by the Rev. W. Awdry and his son Christopher. This is a summary of the locations as they appear in The Railway Series books. Follow the links to the slightly different perspective… …

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  • 66George Holland — (1791 1870) was an English American stage actor, born in London, December 6, 1791. His father was a tradesman. The boy was first sent to preparatory schools in Lambeth, and afterward to a boarding school. He did not prove a devoted student: he… …

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  • 67Thomas Davey — for the New Zealand politician see Thomas Davey (New Zealand) Infobox Prime Minister name =Thomas Davey birth date =1758 birth place =Tiverton, Devon, England death date =May 2, 1823 death place =London, England spouse =Margaret order =2nd… …

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  • 68Bermuda Fitted Dinghy — The Bermuda Fitted Dinghy is a type of racing dedicated sail boat used for competitions between the yacht clubs of Bermuda. Although the class has only existed for about 130 years, the boats are a continuance of a tradition of boat and ship… …

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  • 69Silver War Badge (SWB) — The Silver War Badge was authorised in September 1916. It was given to people who had been ill or wounded whilst in military service at a theatre of war or at home.The badge was almost a defence against the women of Britain, when it was first in …

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  • 701300-1400 in fashion — Fashion in fourteenth century Europe was marked by the beginning of a period of experimentation with different forms of clothing. Costume historian James Laver suggests that the mid 14th century marks the emergence of recognizable fashion in… …

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  • 71Johnny Grey — (born 1951) is an architect, designer and author.BackgroundGrey trained as an architect at the London Architectural Association School of Architecture. After graduating in 1977, he set up a design studio and furniture workshop. He wrote a… …

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  • 72Sir James Steuart-Denham, 8th Baronet — General Sir James Steuart Denham, 8th and 4th Baronet, GCH (7 August 1744 ndash; 12 August 1839) was a British Army officer and politician.Born James Steuart at Goodtrees, near Edinburgh, he was the only son of Sir James Steuart (later Steuart… …

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  • 73Suit (history) — The man s suit of clothes is a set of garments which are crafted from the same cloth. This article discusses the history of the lounge suit, often called a business suit when made in dark colours and of conservative cut.Our current styles were… …

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  • 74Cynicism — Cynic redirects here. For the modern understanding of the word cynicism , see Cynicism (contemporary). For other uses, see Cynic (disambiguation). Statue of an unknown Cynic philosopher from the Capitoline Museum in Rome. This statue is a Roman… …

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  • 75ERTMS/ETCS — Das European Train Control System (kurz ETCS) ist eine Komponente eines einheitlichen europäischen Eisenbahnverkehrsleitsystems, das unter dem Buchstabenkürzel ERTMS entwickelt wurde. Die zweite technische Komponente dieser digitalen… …

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  • 76ETCS — Das European Train Control System (kurz ETCS) ist eine Komponente eines einheitlichen europäischen Eisenbahnverkehrsleitsystems, das unter dem Buchstabenkürzel ERTMS entwickelt wurde. Die zweite technische Komponente dieser digitalen… …

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  • 77European Train Control System — Insbesondere im Abschnitt ETCS#ETCS Einführungen ist besonders auffällig, dass die Angaben veraltet sind, aber auch mit dem Suchbegriff Stand findet man schnell die Stellen, an denen nachgebessert werden muss. Lesenswert ist in diesem Zustand in… …

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  • 78OpenETCS — Das European Train Control System (kurz ETCS) ist eine Komponente eines einheitlichen europäischen Eisenbahnverkehrsleitsystems, das unter dem Buchstabenkürzel ERTMS entwickelt wurde. Die zweite technische Komponente dieser digitalen… …

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  • 79Radio Block Centre — Das European Train Control System (kurz ETCS) ist eine Komponente eines einheitlichen europäischen Eisenbahnverkehrsleitsystems, das unter dem Buchstabenkürzel ERTMS entwickelt wurde. Die zweite technische Komponente dieser digitalen… …

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  • 80Un — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom.   Sigles d’une seule lettre > Sigles de deux lettres   Sigles de trois lettres   Sigles de quatre lettres …

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