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Old 13-01-2013, 04:59 AM   #3
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E (named E e E e) is a vowel and the 5th letter in the ISO basic Latin alphabet..

B (named bee) is the 2nd letter in the ISO basic Latin alphabet...

S S (named ess ) is the nineteenth (19th) nineteenth (19th) letter in the ISO basic Latin alphabet...

E45 itch relief cream contains two active ingredients, urea and lauromacrogols. Urea is a substance that is found naturally in the skin, which by its nature is very attracted to water. It is used to help rehydrate dry, scaly skin. Lauromacrogols have the properties of local anaesthetics and soothe and relieve itchy skin..A hand lotion used by the killer was a key piece of evidence...
Max Braun, a mechanical engineer, established a small engineering shop in Frankfurt am Main in 1921. In 1923 he began producing components for radio sets. In 1928 the company had grown to such an extent, partly due to the use of certain plastic materials, that it moved to new premises on Idsteiner Strasse..

Eight years after he started his shop, Max Braun began to manufacture entire radio sets in 1929. Soon after, Braun became one of Germany's leading radio manufacturers. This development continued with the launch of one of the first combined radio and record players in 1932...

In 1967, a majority share of the company was acquired by the Boston, Massachusetts-based conglomerate Gillette Group.By the 1970s, Braun had begun to focus on home consumer appliances, including shavers, coffee makers, razors, clocks, and radios. The company's line of film slide projectors and hi-fi products was discontinued. In 1998, Braun AG was transformed into a privately held company.Gillette was acquired by Procter & Gamble ("P&G") in 2005, making Braun a wholly owned subsidiary of P&G..

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It has long been claimed that Hitler had only one ball, Would this hinder Evas ability to launch his rocket ?Interesting thread.
. 8 – Harold II is crowned King of England at Westminster Abbey...March 20 – Halley's Comet reaches perihelion. Its appearance is subsequently recorded in the Bayeux Tapestry...October 14 – Battle of Hastings, fought between King Harold II of England and Duke William of Normandy: Harold is killed and William is victorious. In England this is the traditional end of the Dark Ages and the start of the Middle Ages..Upon the death of Stenkil, King of Sweden, his son Eric Stenkilsson and his rival Eric the Pagan battle for power in Sweden, both claiming the throne, until the next year...

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