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Old 07-07-2014, 10:14 PM   #281
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South East England is host to various sporting events, including the annual Henley Royal Regatta, Royal Ascot and the Epsom Derby, and sporting venues include Wentworth Golf Club and Brands Hatch.. Some of the events of the 2012 Summer Olympics were held in the South East, including the rowing at Eton Dorney and part of the cycling road race in the Surrey Hills..The largest city in the region is Brighton & Hove. The dominant influence on the region's economy is neighbouring London..The highest point is Walbury Hill in Berkshire at 297 metres (974 ft)..Companies in Berkshire essentially follow the M4 corridor.. PepsiCo have their UK base in Theale as have Nvidia UK and Wolseley, the builders' and plumbers' merchants who own Bathstore and Plumb Center. Harley-Davidson UK is in Pangbourne. Vodafone, High and Mighty and Bayer UK are based in Newbury.. The Atomic Weapons .Establishment is in Aldermaston on the Hampshire boundary..

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The Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) is responsible for the design, manufacture and support of warheads for the United Kingdom's nuclear deterrent..In 1993 the government awarded a contract to Hunting-BRAE, a consortium of Hunting Engineering, Brown and Root and AEA Technology. During Hunting-BRAE's management AWE decommissioned the RAFs WE177 freefall nuclear bomb...Critics pointed out that BNFL and Lockheed Martin did not have perfect safety records either. BNFL suffered embarrassing revelations of falsified quality checks in nuclear fuels and Lockheed was the subject of scathing reports on the operation of US nuclear facilities. Lockheed's failings included safety concerns at the Y-12 facility at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, an American weapons plant similar in certain ways to Aldermaston..In December 2008, the BNFL share in AWE Management Ltd was sold to Jacobs Engineering Group, an American engineering services company..On 3 August 2010 a fire broke out in the explosives processing area at AWE Aldermaston, resulting in the evacuation of nearby residents from their homes.. Investigations by a local newspaper revealed that from 1 April 2000, to 5 August 2011, 158 fires broke out at AWE sites, with the fire brigade being called out to deal with alarms on average 4 times a week over this period..Formerly part of the Ministry of Defence, AWE Blacknest has, for over 40 years, specialised in forensic seismology, researching techniques to distinguish the seismic signals generated by underground nuclear explosions from those generated by EQ's..Blacknest's main function is to develop and maintain expertise in using seismic techniques to detect and identify underground explosions. This expertise and the techniques have been used in the past to provide assessments for the UK government on nuclear explosions carried out by OTher countries...
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Old 07-07-2014, 10:37 PM   #282
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Damilola Taylor December 1989 – 27 (7 November 2000) was a 10-year-old Nigerian schoolboy who died in England. Several young boys were cleared of murder charges after a lengthy trial, and later 2 brothers were convicted of manslaughter..On 27 November 2000, Taylor set off from Peckham Library at 4:51 pm to make his way home. He was captured on CCTV as he walked away. On approaching the North Peckham Estate he received a gash to his left thigh. Running to a stairwell, he collapsed and bled to near death in the space of approximately 30 minutes..He was still alive in an ambulance on his way to hospital...

Different forensic scientists have presented different eventsthat could have given Taylor his fatal wounds.. The theory accepted by the Metropolitan Police is that he was attacked and fell on a broken bottle, later bleeding to death.. He died 10 days before his 11th birthday..On 23 January 2006, Jihad (now 21 years old) and the 2 brothers (aged 17 and 18) not named for legal reasons, appeared at the Old Bailey to face charges of his manslaughter and assault before the start of their imminent trial..The retrial of the 2 brothers began on 23 June.. The two brothers, then over 18, were named as Danny and Rickie Preddie, of Peckham, south London.. Both defendants were very well known to police, being involved in multiple robberies..Although it was widely reported in the media that Taylor's parents were unhappy that the sentences had not been longer, the judge, Mr Justice Goldring, went to some lengths to explain the factors he was forced to take into account.. These included the age of the offenders at the time (12 and 13), and that there was no evidence to suggest that there had been a plan to kill Taylor.. In addition, the weapon used had not been carried to the scene of the crime, but was found lying on the ground..The Damilola Taylor Trust was set up by Taylor's parents in his memory, and quotes his writing shortly before his death: "I will travel far and wide to choose my destiny and remould the world,
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The Mark, Tom and Travis Show (The Enema Strikes Back!) is a live LP by the American rock band Blink-182. Produced by Jerry Finn,it was released on November 7, 2000 through MCA Records..Since I Left You is the debut studio LP by Australian electronic music group The Avalanches, released on 27 November 2000...
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Old 08-07-2014, 06:43 PM   #283
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Stuart Adamson (11 April 1958 – 16 December 2001), born William Stuart Adamson, was an English-born Scottish guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter, described by broadcaster and DJ John Peel as “Britain’s answer to Jimi Hendrix”.. He founded the Scottish art-punk band Skids and later the more mainstream rock group Big Country, as well as the 1990s alternative country rock act The Raphaels..Although Adamson was born in Manchester, both his parents were Scottish, and the family returned to Scotland when he was 4.. The family settled in a small mining town, Crossgates, about a mile to the east of Dunfermline in Fife..Adamson's father was in the fishing industry and travelled the world. He encouraged his son Stuart to read literature, and both parents shared an interest in folk music.. As such they were strong influences on Adamson's art..Adamson founded the Skids in 1977, when he was 18. Adamson and Simpson first recruited drummer Thomas Kellichan. They played as a trio around Dunfermline and Edinburgh until running into "the only other punk in town" on a street corner, 16-year-old Richard Jobson.. Jobson was recruited as a frontman;Adamson and Jobson both wrote songs for the band...

Adamson was married twice.. He also had 2 children, born to his first wife Sandra in 1982 and 1985.. His son Calum Adamson is the guitarist of British band Ahab.. In 1996, Adamson split with Sandra and moved to Nashville.. There he married his second wife, Melanie Shelly, and founded his final band, the alternative country band The Raphaels, a duo of Adamson and Nashville songwriter Marcus Hummon..On November 26, 2001, Adamson was reported missing by his wife Melanie.. At the time, the couple had been estranged for 6 weeks, and Melanie filed for divorce on the day he disappeared. Adamson had been due to face drunk-driving charges in March 2002, and had been ordered to attend Alcoholics Anonymous. He was an alcoholic and had resumed drinking, after having been sober for over a decade. On 16 December 2001, his body was found in a closet in his room at the Best Western Plaza Hotel in Honolulu, Hawaii..The city has been the capital of the Hawaiian islands since 1845 and gained historical recognition following the attack on Pearl Harbour by Japan near the city on December 7, 1941..In the Hawaiian, Honolulu means "sheltered bay" or "place of shelter"; alternatively, it means "calm port"..According to police, Adamson had apparently hung himself with an electrical cord from a pole in the wardrobe.. An empty wine bottle was found in the room.. At the time of death he had a blood-alcohol content of 0.279%...

U2's The Edge delivered the eulogy at Adamson's funeral which was held at Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline.. He told the mourners that Big Country wrote the songs that he wished U2 could write..In 2006, Adamson's music achieved an unexpected success when U2 and Green Day covered "The Saints are Coming" by Skids as a charity single.. The Edge paid tribute to the guitarist by exactly replicating his original solo for the single.. The single led to a revival of interest in
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And again the Lord said to Raphael: "Bind Azazel hand and foot, and cast him into the darkness: and make an opening in the desert, which is in Dudael, and cast him therein. And place upon him rough and jagged rocks, and cover him with darkness, and let him abide there for ever, and cover his face that he may not see light. And on the day of the great judgment he shall be cast into the fire"..Since 2002 an overnight ferry service has linked Rosyth with Zeebrugge in Belgium..Rosyth's dockyards became the very first in the Royal Navy to be privatised when a company named Babcock International acquired the site in 1987.. The privatisation followed almost 80 years of contribution to the defence of the United Kingdom which spanned 2 World Wars and the Cold War with the Soviet Union, during which Rosyth became a key nuclear submarine maintenance establishment.. When the final submarine refit finished in 2003, a project to undertake early nuclear decommissioning of the submarine refit and allied facilities - Project RD83 - began pre-planning.. The project was funded by MoD, in accordance with the contractual agreement in place following the sale of the dockyard, but management and sub-contracting is the responsibility of the dockyard owner, Babcock Engineering Services, a member of the Babcock International Group.. The main decommissioning sub-contractor is Edmund Nuttall, and work began in 2006. It is expected to complete in 2010, when most of the areas occupied by the submarine refit facilities will have been returned to brownfield status and be ready for redevelopment. The dockyard is the site for final assembly of the 2 Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carriers for the Royal Navy's which are the outcome of the Royal Navy's CVF (future carrier) project..
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Old 08-07-2014, 11:08 PM   #284
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The M27 is a motorway in Hampshire, England. It is 25 miles (40 km) long and runs west-east from Cadnam to Portsmouth. It was opened in stages between 1975 and 1983. It is unfinished, as an extension to the east was planned.. A number of smaller motorways were proposed, connecting the city centres of Southampton and Portsmouth to the motorway; of these only the M271 and M275 were built..2 sections of the M27 near Southampton and Portsmouth have been widened to 4 lanes each way..The South Stoneham Crematorium, which was located north of South Stoneham Cemetery, was demolished during 1973 to make way for the construction of the M27 motorway. The South Stoneham garden of remembrance is now located at the north end of the cemetery, adjacent to the motorway...

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Portsdown Hill is a long chalk hill in Hampshire, England, offering good views over Portsmouth, the Solent, Hayling Island and Gosport, with the Isle of Wight beyond. The hill is on the mainland, just to the north of Ports Creek, which separates the mainland from Portsea Island, on which lies the main part of the city of Portsmouth, one of the United Kingdom's main naval bases. To the north lies the forest of Bere, with the South Downs marching in the distance..Portsdown also gave its name to an Army estate in Singapore. Long after the British army moved out (1967) the Portsdown estate continues to thrive, with Portsdown Road the main road running through the middle.. Butser Hill can be seen on a clear day. Southwick House nestles close by the north side of the hill, the HQ for U.S. General Dwight D. Eisenhower during the D-Day invasions; the generals prayed together before D-Day at Christ Church Portsdown, on the hill, which has a memorial window..In the Victorian era the hill was home to a fair On Easter Mondays...
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Old 08-07-2014, 11:21 PM   #285
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I don't know if Masako Natsume, of Tripitaka fame, has been mentioned before. She died on September 11th as well. I used to love 'Monkey' so much when I was a kid.

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GJ 1214 b is about 2.7 times Earth's diameter and is almost se7en times as massive...
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Sigma Nu (ΣΝ) is an undergraduate college fraternity that was founded by James Frank Hopkins, Greenfield Quarles and James McIlvaine Riley at the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Virginia shortly after Hopkins witnessed what he considered a hazing ritual by upperclassmen at the Virginia Military Institute. Sigma Nu's existence remained secret until the founders publicly announced their new society on January 1, 1869, which is the fraternity's recognized birth date.. The fraternity has 279 (active and inactive) chapters and colonies throughout the United States and Canada and has initiated over 227,000 members.. Sigma Nu, Kappa Alpha Order and Alpha Tau Omega make up the Lexington Triad..The founders of Sigma Nu, James Frank Hopkins, Greenfield Quarles, and James McIlvaine Riley enrolled in Virginia Military Institute (VMI) in 1866. Hopkins entered VMI at age 21 and was older than many of the cadets entering the institute. Both Hopkins and Quarles had served in the American Civil War as Confederate soldiers..At this time, many secret societies were being formed on the VMI campus. In Hopkins third year at VMI, he joined in the Masonic Lodge in Lexington. The masons inspired him to create a similar organization at VMI.. Hopkins shared his ideas with Quarles and Riley, and in October 1868, the 3 came together on a limestone rock on the edge of the VMI parade ground to form the Legion of Honor.. The 3 founders would go on to bring others into the Legion of Honor over the rest of the year. On January 1, 1869, the founders, along with the rest of the members of the Legion of Honour, held their first official meeting as Sigma Nu..The fraternity had begun debating allowing non-white and Jewish members shortly after the U.S. Supreme Court desegregated schools in 1954.. In 1964, following a failed civil rights amendment to the Sigma Nu's constitution, the Dartmouth College chapter seceded from the fraternity in protest. The organization did not allow non-white members until the late 1960s.. The Dartmouth chapter rejoined in 1983..Sigma Nu consists of 278 chapters and colonies in colleges and universities throughout the United States and Canada.. Since the founding of Sigma Nu, over 230,000 members have been initiated...

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The Syracuse Triad is the name given to the 3 women's sororities founded at Syracuse University. Alpha Phi was founded first in 1872 by 10 of the original 20 women admitted into Syracuse University. Gamma Phi Beta came along 2 years later in 1874 and with it came the term "sorority," which was coined at the time of its founding. (Prior to that, women's Greek-letter organizations used the term "women's fraternity," since no more appropriate term existed.) Alpha Gamma Delta completed the triad in 1904..The 3 sororities maintain a special bond.. A special Syracuse Triad ceremony or event is held on most campuses where all 3 groups are present.. An example of common events are a Triad Tea or a Triad Dance..
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Prince purchased (from Dow Jones Executive, Sean Trotter) approximately 7,000 acres (28 km2) of the Great Dismal Swamp, a vast swamp on the North Carolina/Virginia border, now mostly a national wildlife refuge. "We needed 3,000 acres to make it safe"..Blackwater tried to open an 824-acre (3.33 km2) training facility 3 miles north of Potrero, a small town in rural east San Diego County, California, located 45 miles (72 km) east of San Diego, for military and law enforcement training..In October 2007, Blackwater USA began the process of changing its name to Blackwater Worldwide and unveiled a new logo.. The change deemphasized the "cross hair" reticle theme, simplifying it slightly..The Academi Board of Directors includes former Attorney General John Ashcroft, former White House Counsel and Vice Presidential Chief of Staff Jack Quinn, retired Admiral and former Director of the National Security Agency Bobby Ray Inman, and Texas businessman Red McCombs, who serves as Chairman of the Board..

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A CASA 212 aircraft, tail number N960BW, operated by Presidential Airways crashed on November 27, 2004, in Afghanistan; it had been a contract flight for the United States Air Force en route from Bagram to Farah.. All aboard, three soldiers and 3 civilian crew members, were killed. Several of their surviving kin filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Presidential in October 2005...Many of Blackwater's tactical and training aircraft are registered to Blackwater affiliate EP Aviation LLC, named for Blackwater's owner, Erik Prince.. These aircraft include fourteen Bell 412 helicopters,3 Hughes/MD 369 "Little Bird" helicopters, four Bell 214ST medium-lift helicopters, three Fairchild Swearingen Merlin IIIC turboprop airliners, nine Aérospatiale Puma utility helicopters, a Maule Air MT-7-235 STOL aircraft, an Embraer EMB 314 Super Tucano counterinsurgency aircraft, and a Mooney M20E fixed wing aircraft..In 2005, Blackwater worked to train the Naval Sea Commando regiment of Azerbaijan, enhancing their interdiction capabilities on the Caspian Sea..Blackwater Worldwide has played a substantial role during the Iraq War as a contractor for the United States government.. In 2003, Blackwater attained its first high-profile contract when it received a $27.7 million no-bid contract for guarding the head of the Coalition Provisional Authority, L. Paul Bremer...
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Mandela was born on 18 July 1918 in the village of Mvezo in Umtata, then a part of South Africa's Cape Province.. Given the forename Rolihlahla, a Xhosa term colloquially meaning "troublemaker", in later years he became known by his clan name, Madiba.. His patrilineal great-grandfather, Ngubengcuka, was ruler of the Thembu people in the Transkeian Territories of South Africa's modern Eastern Cape province.. One of this king's sons, named Mandela, became Nelson's grandfather and the source of his surname.. Because Mandela was only the king's child by a wife of the Ixhiba clan, a so-called "Left-Hand House", the descendants of his cadet branch of the royal family were morganatic, ineligible to inherit the throne but Recognised as hereditary royal councillors..Qamata is the most prominent G in the folklore of the Xhosa people of south-eastern Africa. Qamata is the child of the sun god, Thixo, and the earth goddess, Jobela..Prominent Zulu sangoma and writer Credo Mutwa has recounted a legend of how, when Qamata wanted to create dry land, the sea dragon Nkanyamba interfered. Qamata's mother, Jobela, created 4 giants to help him in work and battle Nkanyamba. When Qamata's task was completed and enough dry land had been recovered, the giants were turned to stone so they could continue to keep watch over the land. The southernmost of them, Umlindi Wemingizimu ("watcher of the south") became Table Mountain, Near Cape Town, South Africa...

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Mandela was a controversial figure for much of his life.. Denounced as a communist terrorist by critics, he nevertheless gained international acclaim for his activism, having received more than 250 honours, including the 1993 Nobel Peace Prize, the US Presidential Medal of Freedom, and the Soviet Order of Lenin. He is held in deep respect within South Africa, where he is often referred to by his Xhosa clan name, Madiba, or as Tata ("Father"); he is often described as "the father of the nation"..While continuing the former government's liberal economic policy, his administration also introduced measures to encourage land reform, combat poverty, and expand healthcare services. Internationally, he acted as mediator between Libya and the United Kingdom in the Pan Am Flight 103 bombing trial, and oversaw military intervention in Lesotho. He declined to run for a second term, and was succeeded by his deputy, Thabo Mbeki. Mandela became an elder statesman, focusing on charitable work in combating poverty and HIV/AIDS through the Nelson Mandela Foundation..Mandela served 27 years in prison, initially on Robben Island, and later in Pollsmoor Prison and Victor Verster Prison. An international campaign lobbied for his release. He was released in 1990, during a time of escalating civil strife. Mandela joined negotiations with President F. W. de Klerk to abolish apartheid and establish multiracial elections in 1994, in which he led the ANC to victory and became South Africa's first black president..On 4 July, it was reported that David Smith, a lawyer acting on behalf of Mandela family members, claimed in court on 26 June that Mandela was in a permanent vegetative state and life support should be withdrawn..(The attack on Edward Evans was witnessed by Hindley's 17-year-old brother-in-law, David Smith, the husband of her younger sister Maureen).. Mandela died on 5 December 2013 at the age of 95.. He died at around 20:50 local time (UTC+2) at his home in Houghton, Johannesburg, surrounded by his family.. His death was announced on television by President Jacob Zuma..On 6 December 2013, President Zuma announced a national mourning period of 10 days, with the main event held at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg on 10 December 2013...
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HMS Sickle was an S class submarine of the Royal Navy, and part of the 3rd Group built of that class. She was built by Cammell Laird and launched on 27 August 1942.. So far, she is the only ship to bear the name Sickle, after the farming implement..Sickle began her wartime career operating in the Mediterranean, where she sank the German submarine U-303, the German auxiliary submarine chaser UJ-2213/Heureux, the Italian auxiliary Minesweepers No. 61/ Costante Neri, V 131/Amgiola Maria C. and No. 164/ Rosa Madre, and the German escort vessel SG-10/Felix Henri..Length 217 ft (66 m)..The Italian merchant Mauro Croce, the German submarine U-755, the German auxiliary submarine chaser UJ 2210 and the German transport Lola were also attacked, but unsuccessfully..Armament..6 x forward 21-inch torpedo tubes, one aft 13 torpedoes-one 3-inch gun (four-inch on later boats)- one 20 mm cannon three-.303-calibre machine gun-Complement 48 officers and men...



Sickle left for a patrol in the Northern Aegean on 31 May 1944..She was in action on 4 June when she fired upon shipping in Mitylene Harbour and later engaged in a gun battle with 2 German patrol vessels. During the fight, one member of the crew was washed overboard and taken prisoner. Sickle escaped the engagement and continued on her patrol.. On 12 June she spotted a convoy in the approach to Steno Pass. The convoy suspected the presence of a submarine and dropped 2 depth charges.. Shortly after this, contact with Sickle was lost, and it is thought that she had probably struck a mine in the Kythera Channel..Kythira has a land area of 279.593 square kilometres (107.95 sq mi); it is lochated at the Southwestern exit from the Aegean Sea, behind Cape Malea...In ancient times it was a busy shipping lane, and one of the major routes for crossing the northeast Mediterranean to the west. The difficult weather of the cape was notorious at the time as well, most famously as recounted in the Odyssey. Homer describes how Odysseus on his return home to Ithaca rounds Cape Maleas only to be blown off course, resulting in his being lost for up to 10 years by some people's reckoning..In World War II, the German occupying forces began construction of a military tower for defense and surveillance of the major shipping lane. The construction was halted with the end of occupation in 1944..Kythira is close to the Hellenic arc plate boundary zone, and thus highly prone to EQ's.. Most sea-traffic from Athens, Istanbul, and the Black Sea to the central and western Mediterranean passes through the straits and are often subject to strong winds and shipwreck on Cape Malea..
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The Boeing 727 is a mid-size narrow-body three-engine jet aircraft built by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. It can carry 149 to 189 passengers and later models can fly up to 2,400 to 2,700 nautical miles (4,400 to 5,000 km) nonstop. Intended for short and medium-length flights, the 727 can use fairly short runways at smaller airports.. It has 3 Pratt & Whitney JT8D engines below the T-tail, one on each side of the rear fuselage with a center engine that connects through an S-duct to an inlet at the base of the fin. The 727 is Boeing's only trijet aircraft..The 727 was heavily produced into the 1970s; the last 727 was completed in 1984. In July 2011, 23 727-100s and 227 727-200s were in airline service.. Airport noise regulations have led to 727s being equipped with hush kits..The Boeing 727 design was a compromise among United Airlines, American Airlines, and Eastern Air Lines requirements for a jet airliner to serve smaller cities with shorter runways and fewer passengers..In addition, the 727 has seen sporadic government use, having flown for the Belgian, Yugoslavian, Mexican, New Zealand, and Panama air forces, among the small group of government agencies that have used it.. The United States military used the 727 as a military transport, designated as the C-22..The Controlled Impact Demonstration (or colloquially the Crash In the Desert) was a joint project between NASA and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) aimed at acquiring data, as well as demonstrating and testing new technologies, with the intent of improving occupant crash survivability, by crashing a Boeing 720 aircraft..On the morning of December 1, 1984, the test aircraft took off from Edwards Air Force Base, California, made a left-hand departure and climbed to an altitude of 2,300 feet (700 m). The aircraft was remotely flown by NASA research pilot Fitzhugh Fulton from the NASA Dryden Remotely Controlled Vehicle Facility...

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Since the first flight of the prototype in February 1963, a total of 118 of the 1,832 Boeing 727s built have been lost due to crashes, terrorist acts and other causes as of May 2014..

April 27, 1976, American Airlines Flight 625 crashed in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands due to pilot error while trying to land on a notoriously tricky runway. 37 of the 88 people on board were killed...

February 27, 1988, a Talia Airways 727-2H9 registration TC-AKD had been cleared for a VOR approach, but cancelled IFR and descended to 2000 feet, disregarding the altitude of the mountain chain ahead (3130 feet).. Noticing mountains ahead the pilot tried to turn left and climb, but struck the Girne Arap mountain in Cyprus. All 9 passengers and 6 crew members were killed...

April 27, 1994, a Transafrik 727-100F registration S9-TAN from Quatro de Fevereiro Airport in Luanda, Angola and touched down 2m short of the runway at the Mbanza Airport in Mbanza, Angola. The undercarriage struck a drainage ditch and collapsed. The aircraft continued onto the runway, veered right off the side of the runway and crossed a road, striking a bus with its right wing. All se7en occupants on the bus were killed and all 3 crew members on the aircraft survived.

November 7, 1996, an ADC Airlines 727-200 registration 5N-BBG went down near Ejirin, Nigeria when the pilots lost control after taking evasive action to avoid a midair collision. 144 people died in the crash.. July 7, 1999, a Hinduja Cargo 727-243F (registration VT-LCI), crashed shortly after takeoff from Kathmandu, Nepal at night due to a rain. Although the official findings listed crew errors as contributing factors, they failed to note the estimated cargo weight, (no scales there), was off by thousands of pounds due to the load of carpets having sat in the rain for many hours prior to loading on the aircraft. Due to the overweight, the aircraft was unable to make the required turns/climbs as per the SID to avoid the mountainous terrain. All 5 crew, including 2 mechanics, died in the crash..

2012 Boeing 727 crash experiment, the deliberate crash of a Boeing 727 in Mexico for the
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Quinn's Post Cemetery is a Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery from World War I in the former Anzac sector of the Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey. The battles at Gallipoli, some of whose participating soldiers are buried at this cemetery, were an 8-month campaign fought by Commonwealth and French forces against Turkish forces in an attempt to force Turkey out of the war, to relieve the deadlock of the Western Front (France/Belgium) and to open a supply route to Russia through the Dardanelles and the Black Sea..

It was named after Major Hugh Quinn, the 27-year old commander of C Company, 15th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force. His detachment of 226 men took over the position from troops of the 14th Battalion on 29 April. Quinn was killed there on 29 May whilst reconnoitring for an attack to recapture trenches seized by the Turks earlier in the day and is buried in Shrapnel Valley Cemetery..

The cemetery was established after the war by moving 225 isolated graves into it, along with the 73 burials in Pope's Hill Cemetery and another six graves found together nearby. 105 Australian and 10 New Zealand graves belong to identified soldiers, and memorials record the names of
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The name of Gillray's publisher and print seller, Miss Hannah Humphrey—whose shop was first at 227 Strand, then in New Bond Street, then in Old Bond Street, and finally in St James's Street—is inextricably associated with that of the caricaturist himself. Gillray lived with Miss (often called Mrs) Humphrey during the entire period of his fame. It is believed that he several times thought of marrying her, and that on one occasion the pair were on their way to the church, when Gillray said: "This is a foolish affair, methinks, Miss Humphrey. We live very comfortably together; we had better let well alone." There is no evidence, however, to support the stories which scandalmongers invented about their relations.. One of Gillray's prints, "Twopenny Whist," is a depiction of 4 individuals playing cards, and the character shown second from the left, an ageing lady with eyeglasses and a bonnet, is widely believed to be an accurate depiction of Miss Humphrey.. James Gillray became depressed and started drinking heavily.. As a result of his heavy drinking Gillray suffered from gout throughout his later life..In July 1811 Gillray attempted to kill himself by throwing himself out of an attic window above Humphrey's shop in St James's Street. Gillray lapsed into insanity and was looked after by Hannah Humphrey until his death on 1 June 1815..James Gillray was buried in the courtyard of St James's Church, in Piccadilly, London...

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On 21 April Comte d'Estrées set off in the direction of Mons with a force of cavalry, while Du Chayla, pursuing a different route, set out with the intention of uniting with d'Estrées in the vicinity of that town. However, this movement was only a feint to disguise Saxe's real intention of besieging Tournai; it was a deception that had the desired effect on the Allied command. "By all the intelligence I have from different parts," wrote Cumberland on 23 April, "the real design of the enemy is to besiege Mons." Adding, "The Marshal Count Saxe is at Maubeuge and is in so low a state that his death is daily expected"..From Cambron the Allies marched to Moulbay and to within the sound of the siege guns at Tournai. Even now Cumberland was still unsure of the situation facing him, "I cannot come at any certain knowledge of the enemy's numbers, but I have concurring information that the body on this side the Schelde does not exceed 31 battalions and 32 squadrons..The second British line was three brigades, from right to left: first Howard's brigade with Howard's 'the Buffs' (3rd Foot) on the right, the Welsh Fusiliers (23rd) Foot and Skelton's (32nd Foot)..The fighting was extremely close and deadly, some British regiments lost half their strength such as the Royal Welch Fusiliers which lost 322 soldiers..Doctor Livesey, a character in Robert Louis Stevenson's "Treasure Island", is mentioned as having been in the Battle of Fontenoy some years before the book's plot takes place, and there are several references to his having been there throughout the book..The miscellaneous series of caricatures, although they have scarcely the historical importance of the political series, are more readily intelligible, and are even more amusing.. Among the finest are: Shakespeare Sacrificed; Flemish Characters (two plates); Two-Penny Whist (which features an image of Hannah Humphrey); Oh that this too solid flesh would melt; Sandwich-Carrots; The Gout; Comfort to the Corns; Begone Dull Care; The Cow-Pock, which gives humorous expression to the popular dread of vaccination; Dilletanti Theatricals; and Harmony before Matrimony and Matrimonial Harmonics—2 exceedingly good sketches in violent contrast to each other..Strand, often called the Strand, is a major thoroughfare in the City of Westminster in central London that forms part of the A4 road.. It is just over 3-quarters of a mile in length from its western origin at Trafalgar Square to its eastern end at Temple Bar, where it continues into Fleet Street, marking Westminster's boundary with the City of London...
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New York State Route 27 (NY 27) is an east–west 120.58-mile (194.05 km) long state highway extending from Interstate 278 (I-278) in the New York City borough of Brooklyn to Montauk Point State Park on Long Island, New York, in the United States. Its two most prominent components are Sunrise Highway and Montauk Highway..East of the interchange with the Heckscher State Parkway in Islip Terrace, NY 27 acts as the primary east–west highway on southern Long Island..The entire route in Suffolk, Nassau, and Queens counties was designated by the New York State Senate as the POW/MIA Memorial Highway..Every town on the South Shore is accessible through Sunrise Highway...
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Paul John Gascoigne (born 27 May 1967) is a former England international footballer. Usually a playmaking attacking midfielder, Gascoigne is famous for his technique and off-field problems..Though well known throughout Europe for his club career, his football career is particularly remembered for his 57 England caps. He also won 13 caps for the England under-21s and four caps for the England B team. He was part of the England squad that reached fourth place in the 1990 FIFA World Cup, and was famously reduced to tears after receiving a yellow card in the semi-final with West Germany, which meant he would be suspended for the final itself had England won the game. He also helped the team to the semi-finals of UEFA Euro 1996, and again embedded himself in the national consciousness with a spectacular goal against Scotland that was coupled with a memorable goal celebration..Gascoigne was born in the Dunston area of Gateshead, England on 27 May 1967.. His father, John, was a hod carrier, and his mother, Carol, worked in a factory.. He was named Paul John Gascoigne in tribute to The Beatles members Paul McCartney and John Lennon..

He attended Breckenbeds Junior High School, then the Heathfield Senior High School, both in the Low Fell area of Gateshead.. He was noticed by football scouts while playing for Gateshead Boys, though failed to impress in a trial at Ipswich Town. Further trials at Middlesbrough and Southampton also proved unsuccessful, before boyhood club Newcastle United signed him as a schoolboy in 1980. He was signed on as an apprentice at Newcastle on his sixteenth birthday. He was usually overweight whilst signed to Newcastle and frequently got into trouble with his friend Jimmy "5 Bellies" Gardner, particularly when the pair were taken to court and fined over a hit and run incident..Newcastle chairman Stan Seymour described Gascoigne as "George Best without brains"...



While Gascoigne was successful on the football field, his childhood was marked by instability and tragedy.. Initially his family lived in a single upstairs room in a council house with a shared bathroom, and moved several times during Gascoigne's early life.. When he was ten, Gascoigne witnessed the death of Steven Spraggon, the younger brother of a friend, who was knocked down by a car.. Around this time, his father began to suffer from seizures. Gascoigne began developing obsessions and twitches, and was taken into therapy at age ten, but soon quit the therapy sessions after his father expressed doubts over the treatment methods..Gascoigne developed an addiction to gaming machines, frequently spending all his money on them, and also began shoplifting to fund his addiction.. Death made another appearance in his life when a friend, whom he had encouraged to join Newcastle United from Middlesbrough, died whilst he was working for Gascoigne's uncle on a building site.. At the age of 15, he took the decision to provide for his family – his parents and two sisters – financially, as he saw professional football as a way of earning more money than the rest of the family were capable of.. He enjoyed football, and later wrote that "I didn't have twitches or worry about death when I was playing football"..In his first season at White Hart Lane he helped Terry Venables's Spurs to sixth in the First Division, scoring 7 goals in 37 appearances..They rose to third place in 1989–90, but were still 16 points behind champions Liverpool...

Gascoigne eventually joined Lazio for a fee of £5.5 million; he received a £2 million signing-on fee and signed a contract worth £22,000 a week.. He made his Serie A debut on 27 September 1992 in a match against Genoa which was televised in Britain as well as Italy.. He failed to fully settle in Italy and was beset by negative media interest which was not helped by the numerous occasions he punched reporters and the time when he belched down a microphone on live television.. He was well received by the club's fans, but not by the club's owner, who resented him after Gascoigne greeted him by saying "Tua figlia, grande tette" (roughly translated as "Your daughter, big tits")...

In January 1998, Gascoigne courted serious controversy after he played a mock flute (symbolic of the flute-playing of Orange Order marchers) during an Old Firm match at Celtic Park.. The gesture infuriated Celtic fans who had been taunting him and Gascoigne was fined £20,000 by Rangers after the incident..He received death threats following the incident...

In mid-2005 he spent two months as player-coach at the recently founded Portuguese team Algarve United, but he returned to England after a proposed contract never materialised.. He was appointed manager of Conference North club Kettering Town on 27 October 2005, and also planned to put in enough money to own one-third of the club to show his commitment...
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http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=198A month ago he bought the rights to this book, a best seller. The main character is a guy just like me. I wouldn't even have to act, just be myself. Oh, Godfather, I don't know what to do, I don't know what to do...(All of a sudden, Don Corleone rises from his chair and gives Fontane a savage shake)..YOU CAN ACT LIKE A MAN!..What's the matter with you? Is this what you've become, a Hollywood finocchio who cries like a woman? "Oh, what do I do? What do I do?" What is that nonsense? Ridiculous!..Tell me, do you spend time with your family?.. Sure I do..Good. Because a man who doesn't spend time with his family can never be a real man...http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...postcount=1476

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The 27th Rifle Division (Russian: 27-я стрелковая дивизия) was a tactical unit in the Red Army of Bolshevist Russia and then the USSR, active between 1918 and 1945. First formed during the Russian Civil War on November 3, 1918 as part of 5th Red Army. Commanded by Vitovt Putna, it was transferred to the 16th Red Army in 1920,and took part in the Polish-Bolshevist War. Defeated in the battles of Radzymin and Ossów (collectively known as the Battle of Warsaw), it practically ceased to exist...

Reformed in Russia, it returned to Poland in 1939 and took part in the joint Nazi and Soviet invasion of Poland as part of the 3rd Army's 4th Rifle Corps, reaching Parafianów and the line of Serwecz River on September 18, 1939. It was then stationed in Soviet-occupied Poland with its headquarters in Suchowola and regiments stationed in Augustów, Grajewo and Suchowola. By 2 October 1939, the division had been subordinated to the 16th Rifle Corps of the 11th Army..

On 22 June 1941, the division was again part of 4th Rifle Corps, 3rd Army (Soviet Union), itself part of the Western Special Military District which quickly became the Western Front. During Operation Barbarossa, the division was attacked by the German 256th and 162nd Infantry Divisions. Its regiments fought separately and retreated eastwards, towards Sokółka. By June 24 the division lost 40% of its soldiers and the following day unsuccessfully tried to defend the Swisłocz river line. In accordance with Order No. 227, which prohibited any retreats, it defended the line until the end of the day when it was annihilated. Only small groups of soldiers from the division reached Soviet lines in July and early August. The division was officially disbanded on September 19, 1941...
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Just Buried a dead Baby squirrel..Must have fallen out of the tree onto the pavement,poor thing

The word "squirrel", first specified in 1327, comes from Anglo-Norman esquirel from the Old French escurel, the reflex of a Latin word sciurus.. This Latin word was borrowed from the Ancient Greek word σκίουρος, skiouros, which means shadow-tailed, referring to the bushy appendage possessed by many of its members..The native Old English word for the squirrel, ācweorna, survived only into Middle English (as aquerne) before being replaced.. The Old English word is of Common Germanic origin, and cognates used by other countries to name the squirrel include the German Eichhhörnchen (diminutive of Eichhorn, which is not used), the Norwegian ikorn/ekorn, the Dutch eekhoorn, the Swedish ekorre and the Danish egern..Squirrels are indigenous to the Americas, Eurasia, and Africa, and have been introduced to Australia.. The earliest known squirrels date from the Eocene and are most closely related to the mountain beaver and to the dormouse among living rodent families..Apart from these sometimes little-known fossil forms, the phylogeny of the living squirrels is fairly straightforward. The three main lineages are the Ratufinae (Oriental giant squirrels), Sciurillinae and all other subfamilies...
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Alison Hammond (born 5 February 1975) is an English television presenter and television personality who became famous after appearing on the 3rd series of Big Brother in 2002 and was the 2nd housemate to be evicted from the Big Brother house (age 27 on Entry).. Alison was one of the original 12 Housemates to enter the house on Day 1.. She has stated that she is addicted to vasoline, and uses it to keep her lips moisturized...Alex was later evicted in 3rd place, receiving 27% of the public vote...
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On August 27, 2014, Sotloff's mother released a short video asking Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi to release her son..On September 2, 2014, a video was released reportedly showing Sotloff's beheading execution by Jihadi John...

Benjamin "Ben" Stoloff (October 6, 1895 – September 8, 1960) was an American film director and producer..

Morris Stoloff (1 August 1898, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – 16 April 1980, Los Angeles, California) was a musical composer.."Moonglow" is a 32-bar tune in the form of AABA...
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