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Old 16-06-2014, 02:07 AM   #221
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A Norfolk church, which became famous when a happy Frank Spencer disappearedthrough a hole in the roof during a 1970s episode of Some Mothers Do Av Em, is set to be restored..The dream of determined parishioners at St Peter and St Paul Church, at Runham, between Acle and Yarmouth, is set to be finally realised this year..After decades of unremitting decline, the parlous state of the church was exposed to millions of television viewers during the Christmas episode of the popular TV comedy show..Weddings had stopped in the 1960s and soon after only one service a year - a carol concert - was being held..Its remarkable turnaround began when a small group of parishioners, led by Bobbie Walsh, started to hold services again in their homes with the aim of returning to the abandoned church..After nearly 2 decades of fund-raising and exhaustive grant applications,the villagers have seen the roof, stained glass windows and floor restored, and celebratedsuch landmarks as the return of christenings and weddings..Now the vicar, Rev Graham Steel, hopes that this year will see the walls being restored as the final piece in the jigsaw..He said: “They will have to put up scaffolding around the whole church so it is going to cost about £25,000. The work will involve complete re-plastering and then lime-washing the walls..Norfolk isis a low-lying county in the East of England. It has borders with Lincolnshire to the west, Cambridgeshire to the west and southwest and Suffolk to the south. Its northern and eastern boundaries are the North Sea coast and to the North-west the county is bordered by the Wash...

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Mautby is a civil parish in the English county of Nor[folk.. The parish comprises a largely rural area along the north bank of the River Bure, and includes the small villages of Mautby, Runham and Thrigby. It is located some 10 km (6.2 mi) west of the town of Great Yarmouth and 30 km (19 mi) east of the city of Norwich..The civil parish has an area of 16.6 km2 (6.4 sq mi) and in the 2001 census had a population of 395 in 145 households. For the purposes of local government, the parish falls within the district of Great Yarmouth..The area has the status of a National Park and is protected by the Broads Authority..Historical sites, such as those in the centre of Norwich, also contribute to tourism..Great Yarmouth, often known to locals as Yarmouth, is a coastal town in Norfolk, England. It is located at the mouth of the River Yare, 20 miles (32 km) east of Norwich.. More recently, the development of renewable energy sources, especially offshore wind power, has created further opportunities for support services. A wind farm of 30 generators is within sight of The Town on the Scroby Sands..The Town itself is on a thin spit sandwiched between the North Sea and River Yare..Its well known features include the historic rows (narrow streets) and the main tourist sector on the seafront..Rambouillet is served by the SNCF Rambouillet train station on the Transilien Paris – Montparnasse suburban rail line to Chartres.. The area is linked to Gorleston, Cobholm and Southtown by Haven Bridge and to the A47, A149 and A12 by the Breydon Bridge...
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Old 17-06-2014, 10:09 PM   #222
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Mr. and Mrs. was a United Kingdom TV show that aired on the ITV network with Alan Taylor hosting the HTV Wales version and Norman Vaughan first hosing the Border version and then Derek Batey afterwards. It was then aired on UK Living hosted by Nino Firetto entitled The All-New Mr. and Mrs. Show and then back on the ITV network in 1999 hosted by Julian Clary.The British version actually began in Wales in 1964 as a Welsh language only programme in the same format entitled Sion a Sian ("John and Jane") where it continued until 2003 presented by Ieuan Rhys. It was first broadcast on Teledu Cymru, then HTV Cymru and finally S4C. The series was revived in 2012, presented by Stifyn Parri and Heledd Cynwal. This year saw Sion a Sian feature its first gay couple.. The show was revived in 2008 as a celebrity game show entitled All Star Mr & Mrs, hosted by Phillip Schofield, O-riginally with Fern Britton...

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The British Forces Post Office (BFPO) provides a postal service to HM Forces, separate from that provided by Royal Mail in the United Kingdom. BFPO addresses are used for the delivery of mail in the UK and around the world. BFPO is based at RAF Northolt in North West London..The mission of BFPO is to "...provide an efficient and effective Postal and Courier Service to sustain the fighting power of UK Armed Forces Worldwide"..BFPO 61 is for Milan, Italy. Until the handover of Hong Kong to China in 1997, BFPO 1 was the address for British forces serving in the then colony..For security reasons, mail to civilian addresses in Northern Ireland or the Republic of Ireland must be handed directly to BFPO staff, not placed in the post box, and must not have a return military address displayed on the envelope.. In addition, mail to those destinations cannot be sent using the Bluey system..Transitional endoplasmic reticulum ATPase (TER ATPase) also known as Valosin-containing Protein (VCP)is an enzyme that in humans is encoded by the VCP Gene..In the spring of 2003 during the first 3 months of the Invasion of Iraq over 250,000 e-blueys per month were sent, a record that still stands. Subsequently the e-bluey has become ubiquitous with mail delivery for British Troops and currently accounts for 80% of the flat mail delivered to troops in theatre..Random checkpoints are set up to achieve surprise, as opposed to known permanently located manned checkpoints.. They might be established in locations where they cannot be observed by approaching traffic until it is too late to withdraw and escape without being OBserved..The origins of the BFPO can be traced back to Saxon times. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle make mention of messengers being sent by King Edward the Elder (899–924) to recall members of the Kent fyrd,but it is generally regarded that the origins of the postal services stem from the Kings Messengers (Nuncii et Cursores) of medieval times...


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Old 23-06-2014, 08:35 PM   #223
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Blind Date is a British dating game show produced by London Weekend Television. An unscreened pilot was made with comic Duncan Norvelle as presenter but it was eventually hosted by Cilla Black, who already hosted the LWT series, Surprise Surprise. Blind Date ran on Saturday nights from 30 November 1985 to 31 May 2003..The show had a format similar to the show known in Australia as Perfect Match or in the US as The Dating Game..3 singles of the same sex were introduced to the audience. They were then questioned by a single of the opposite sex, who could hear but not see them, to choose with whom to go on a date..Before the decision 'Graham' (replaced on the final series by Tommy Sandhu), who was never seen, gave an amusing reminder of each contestant. The couple then picked an envelope naming their destination.. The following episode showed the couple on their date, and interviews with them about the date and about each other. Locations ranged from Bognor Regis or a date in an ice cream factory, to Anguilla or the Maldives..At the height of its popularity in the 1980s, 18.2 million tuned in on a Saturday night. Black's scouse accent and her catchphrases became familiar throughout the United Kingdom. The first episode of Series 17, on 10 November 2001, was reportedly watched at 19:00 GMT by se7en million viewers – 32% of the audience. Although, this was around a million fewer than tuned in to its debut episode in the previous series..Viewing figures declined to 5 million by 2003.. The final episode in May 2003 was seen by 2.9 million viewers..However, ITV briefly aired a similar replacement show in 2004 hosted by Davina McCall, called Love on a Saturday Night and since 2010, Take Me Out, hosted by Paddy McGuinness...



A blind date is arranged for by a mutual acquaintance of both participants, whether that person be a friend of both persons or a family member of one. The two persons who take part in the blind date have never met or seen each other, thus the name blind date. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the person who arranges the date to ensure that they are a good match. Sometimes one person is more interested in the match than the other, which may make it more difficult on the person arranging the date to judge whether the date will be successful..The date is usually 2 hours or less, as it is just a first date and is really meant to introduce the 2 people more than it is meant to create a marriage..Furthermore, due to the unfamiliarity of the 2 people the date is shorter than most because they are in the beginning stages of a relationship. The date is also very adventurous in the way that neither party knows what to expect and whether or not they will hit it off. The location of the date is also affected by The spontaneity in that it is often a neutral and public place
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Old 29-06-2014, 08:22 PM   #224
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Tiswas ("Today Is Saturday Watch And Smile") was a Saturday morning children's British television series which ran from 5 January 1974 to 3 April 1982 and was produced for the ITV network by ATV Network Limited..It was created by ATV continuity announcer Peter Tomlinson (later to become a regular presenter on the show) following a test period in 1973 when he tried out a few competitions and daft stuff between the programmes..Most famously hosted by Chris Tarrant between 1974 and 1981, and later Sally James, it also featured the young Lenny Henry and occasionally Jim Davidson together with Bob CarolGees and his puppet, Spit the Dog...


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1960s cult band The Scaffold, was also in regular attendance. On the programme, Birmingham folk-singer and comedian Jasper Carrott was to introduce the nation to the Dying Fly Dance and also to many local hospital casualty wards as the dance at one point soared high in the RoSPA list of common causes of household injury. Like its cleaner BBC counterpart, Multi-Coloured Swap Shop, it had a running order but no script (with the exception of some specific sketches). The programme was broadcast from Studio 3 at ATV Centre in Birmingham; this was the weekday home for the company's regional news magazine, ATV Today..The show was a stitch-together of competitions, film clips and pop promos, just about held together by sketches and links from the cast.. The show also regularly featured spoofs of BBC children's programming..A feature of Tiswas was The Cage wherein initially the child audience, and later their parents, were confined and periodically doused in water (one spin-off of the series was the hit The Bucket of Water Song, performed by the 4 Bucketeers), whilst the series was also frequently visited by the Phantom Flan Flinger, who would throw flans around the studio at all and sundry. Both Tarrant and the Flan Flinger would take great delight in trying to '.flan' cameramen who would Go to Great lengths to avoid being hit..
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Old 06-07-2014, 11:40 AM   #225
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Not the Nine O'Clock News is a TV comedy sketch show which was broadcast on BBC2 from 1979 to 1982.. Originally shown as a comedy alternative to the Nine O'Clock News on BBC1, it featured satirical sketches on current news stories and popular culture, as well as parody songs, comedy sketches, re-edited videos, and spoof television formats.. The show featured Rowan Atkinson, Pamela Stephenson, Mel Smith, and Griff Rhys Jones, as well as Chris Langham in the first series.. The format was a deliberate departure from the Monty Python's Flying Circus stream-of-consciousness meta-comedy, returning to a more conventional sketch show format. Sketches were mostly self-contained, lasting from a few seconds to a few minutes and often had a degree of naturalism in performance.. The series launched the careers of several high-profile actors and writers, and also led to other comedy series including Blackadder, Mr. Bean, and Alas Smith and Jones...

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A total of 27 episodes of 25–30 minute duration were produced over 4 series..

16 October–20 November 1979: 6 episodes
31 March–12 May 1980: 7 episodes
27 October–15 December 1980: 8 episodes
1 February–8 March 1982: 6 episodes

1979 October Undated: Statistics show a 2.3% contraction in the economy for the 3rd quarter of the year, sparking fresh fears of another recession 16 – A tsunami in Nice, France kills 23 people -23 November - In Dublin, Ireland, Irish Republican Army member Thomas McMahon is sentenced to life in prison for the assassination of Lord Mountbatten-28 – Air New Zealand Flight 901: an Air New Zealand DC-10 crashes into Mount Erebus in Antarctica on a sightseeing trip, killing all 257 people on board....

These full episodes were repeated in 1993 on UK Gold.. They have not been repeated since.. On 20 March 2013 Not the Nine O'Clock News: The Best Bits was broadcast on Gold. Episodes are
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Old 06-07-2014, 12:18 PM   #226
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Sale of the Century was a UK game show based on a US game show of the same name.. It was first shown on ITV from 1971 to 1983, hosted by Nicholas Parsons. The first series was supposed to air only in the Anglia region, but it rolled out to other regions since 8 January 1972 and achieved full national coverage by the end of 10 May 1975, at which point it was one of the most popular shows on the network - spawning the often-mocked catchphrase "and now, from Norwich, it's the quiz of the week"..The show is often famed as having been the place that record producer Simon Cowell made his TV debut...It has been revived twice first on Sky Channel from 1989 to 1991 hosted by Peter Marshall and then on Challenge TV from 1997 to 1998 .hosted by Keith Chegwin..

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The Brink's-MAT robbery occurred early on 26 November 1983 when 6 robbers broke into the Brink's-MAT warehouse at Heathrow Airport, London. At the time, it was described as "the crime of the century"The gang gained entry to the warehouse from security guard Anthony Black. The robbers thought they were going to steal £3 million in cash.. However, when they arrived, they found 3 tonnes of gold bullion and stole £26 million (£75 million in today's money) worth of gold, diamonds and cash.. Once inside, they poured petrol over staff and threatened them with a lit match if they did not reveal the combination numbers of the vault...Two days after the robbery, a couple saw a white-hot crucible operating in a garden hut at a neighbour's property near Bath. Suspecting it may be linked to the bullion robbery, they immediately informed police. The police arrived, and were shown the hut, but they said it was just beyond their area and said they would pass the information on to the police responsible for that area. The couple were never asked to give a statement to police nor give evidence in court. No explanation has been given for the police failure to follow up immediately on the tip-off.. Only 14 months later were the premises raided, the smelter found, and occupier Brian Palmer, a local jeweller and bullion dealer, arrested. In court, Palmer said he was unaware the gold was linked to the robbery and was cleared of all charges.. For this incident, Palmer acquired the soubriquet of "Goldfinger"..Scotland Yard quickly discovered the family connection and Black confessed to aiding and abetting the raiders, providing them with a key to the main door, and giving them details of security measures..Before his conviction, McAvoy had entrusted part of his share to associates Brian Perry and George Francis..

Perry recruited Kenneth Noye, who was an expert in his field, to dispose of the gold. Noye melted down the bullion and recast it for sale, mixing in copper coins to disguise the source. However, the sudden movements of large amounts of money through a Bristol bank came to the notice of the Bank of England, who informed the police.. Noye was placed under police surveillance and in January 1985 killed a police officer, DC John Fordham, whom he had discovered in his garden..Attempts by McAvoy to strike a deal to give back his share of the money in exchange for a reduced sentence failed, as by then the money had vanished.. In January 1995, the High Court ordered McAvoy to make a payment of £27,488,299, making him responsible for the entire sum stolen..He was released from prison in 2000..

In 1996 Noye murdered motorist Stephen Cameron during a road rage incident. Arrested in Spain and extradited, he was convicted of Cameron's murder in 2000, and received a life sentence..Much of the 31⁄2 tonnes of stolen gold has never been recovered and the other four robbers were never convicted. In 1996 about half of the gold, the portion which had been smelted, was thought to have found its way back into the legitimate gold market, including the reserves of the true owners, Johnson Matthey.. According to the BBC, some have claimed that anyone wearing gold jewellery bought in the UK after 1983 is probably wearing Brink's-MAT..On 21 December 1983, less than four weeks after the robbery, police in Austria arrested 5 men, 4 Italians and an Austrian, at a Vienna hotel.. Police also recovered 10 bullion bars bearing the refiner's mark and serial numbers of bars stolen in the Brink's-MAT robbery..According to the police spokesman, the bars were gold-coated tungsten counterfeits, and therefore couldn't actually be Johnson Matthey's stolen gold bars. The spokesman explained that the arrested men planned to pass them off to others by fraudulently claiming that they were in fact from the Heathrow robbery. No explanation was given as to how the counterfeiters obtained the unpublished bar serial numbers, nor the likely benefit of counterfeiting stolen property in this way..The owner of the stolen bullion was Johnson Matthey.. The insurers, a syndicate at Lloyd's of London paid out for the declared loss of the robbery, even though the bars seized in Vienna were tungsten...
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A soap opera, or simply a soap, is a serial drama, on television or radio, that features related story lines dealing with the lives of multiple characters. The stories in these series typically focus heavily on emotional relationships to the point of melodrama.. The name soap opera stems from the fact that many of the sponsors and producers of the original dramatic serials' broadcast on radio were soap manufacturers..Soap is set in the fictional town of Dunn's River, Connecticut..In the opening sequence of the first installment, the announcer says "This is the story of two sisters – Jessica Tate and Mary Campbell". The Tates live in a wealthy neighborhood. Jessica Tate and her husband, Chester, are hardly models of fidelity, as their various love affairs result in several family mishaps, including the murder of her sister Mary's (Cathryn Damon) stepson, Peter Campbell .. Even though everyone tells Jessica about Chester's affairs, she does not believe them until she sees his philandering with her own eyes: while out to lunch with Mary, Jessica spots Chester necking with his secretary. Heartbroken, she sobs in her sister's arms.. On later occasions, it becomes clear Jess has always known on some level about Chester's affairs but never allowed herself to process the information...

Other plot lines include Jessica's adopted daughter Corinne courting Father Tim Flotsky , who ended up leaving the priesthood, and the two eventually marrying and having a child who is possessed by the Devil; Chester being imprisoned for Peter's murder, escaping with his prison roommate Dutch, and being afflicted with amnesia after a failed operation; Jessica's other daughter, Eunice, sleeps with a married congressman, and then falls in love with Dutch; Mary's stepson Chuck , a ventriloquist whose hostilities are expressed through his alter ego, a quick-witted dummy named Bob; Jessica's love affairs with several men, including Donahue, a private investigator hired to find the missing presumed-dead Chester, her psychiatrist, and a Latin American revolutionary known as "El Puerco" ("The Pig"; his friends just call him "El"); Billy Tate's confinement by a cult called the "Sunnies" (a parody of Sun Myung Moon's Unification Movement, called the "Moonies" by its critics), and then his affair with his school teacher who becomes unhinged; Danny and his romantic trials with the daughter of a mobster, a black woman, a prostitute, and Chester's second wife, Annie; and Burt's confinement to a mental institution, his abduction by aliens while being replaced with an oversexed alien lookalike on Earth, and getting blackmailed by the
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Soaps are key components of most lubricating greases, which are usually emulsions of calcium soap or lithium soaps and mineral oil.. These calcium- and lithium-based greases are widely used. Many other metallic soaps are also useful, including those of aluminium, sodium, and mixtures of them.. Such soaps are also used as thickeners to increase the viscosity of oils.. In ancient times, lubricating greases were made by the addition of lime to olive oil..Created by William Valentine Wright in 1860, Wright's Traditional Soap, or Wright's Coal Tar Soap, is a popular brand of antiseptic soap that is designed to thoroughly cleanse the skin.. It is an orange colour..The soap is now made in Turkey for the current owners of the brand, Simple Health and Beauty Ltd based in Solihull in the UK and is called Wright's Traditional Soap. As European Union directives on cosmetics have banned the use of coal-tar in non-prescription products, the coal tar derivatives have been removed from the formula, replacing them with tea tree oil as main anti-bacterial ingredient. Despite this major variance from the original recipe,the new soap has been made to approximate the look and smell of the original product...
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Juliet Bravo is a British TV series, which ran on BBC1 between 1980 and 1985.. The theme of the series concerned a female police inspector who took over control of a police station in the fictional town of Hartley in Lancashire...Despite popular misunderstanding, there never was any character named "Juliet Bravo" in the show. The name of the show is the inspector's radio call sign, "J-B", or "Juliet Bravo" in the phonetic alphabet as practised in European NATO states. In fact this call sign was only used once during Stephanie Turner's tenure, during the last episode of Series 3.. However from Series Four to Six the call sign was frequently used.. The working title of the programme employed by series creator Ian Kennedy Martin was "Inspector, Ma'am", a reference to the lead character's rank and title—a title whose use she was forced to insist upon from one of her Sergeants in the first episode of series 1, due to his preference for the informal, and possibly derogatory, "Boss". However, "Inspector, Ma'am" was dropped during filming of the first series..No. of episodes 88..Stephanie Turner (born 25 May 1944 in Bradford, West Riding of Yorkshire, England) is an actress..She also played a part in Sam.The drama was initially set in the coalfields of Yorkshire in the inter-war period, but progressing to the modern era.. However, many of the scenes were filmed in Lancashire; for example, the railway station used for filming was Garswood, near Wigan. .The story is based on fact, with Sam as a boy growing up in Featherstone..The Hello Girls was launched with much promotion aimed around former EastEnders actress Letitia Dean, who played Chris Cross,one of the 'girls' who worked at the telephone exchange..
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Cinzano vermouths date back to 1757 and the Turin herbal shop of 2 brothers, Giovanni Giacomo and Carlo Stefano Cinzano, who created a new "vermouth rosso" (red vermouth) using "aromatic plants from the Italian Alps in a [still-secret] recipe combining 35 ingredients (including marjoram, thyme, and yarrow)"..What became known as the "vermouth of Turin" proved popular with the bourgeoisie of Turin and, later, Casanova..Cinzano Bianco followed, based on a different combination of herbs that included artemisia (wormwood), cinnamon, cloves, citrus and gentian; it was followed by an Extra Dry version.. Exports began in the 1890s, to Argentina, Brazil and the USA, among others.. In Paris in 1912, Cinzano was the first product to be advertised with a neon sign..Dave is obsessed with competitive bicycle racing, and Italian racers in particular, because he recently won a Masi bicycle. His down-to-earth father, Ray, a former stonecutter who now operates his own used car business (sometimes unethically), is puzzled and exasperated by his son's love of Italian music and culture, which Dave associates with cycling.. However, his mother Evelyn is more understanding..He says that there are 3 kinds of people.. The highest level of the Brotherhood are the "Red Dresses." These are "software people," elsewhere called "reptilian software," or "constructs of mind." They lack consciousness and free will, and their human bodies are holographic veils..Though Cyril wants no trouble, Mike insists on tracking down Rod and starting a brawl.. The University president (then-University president Dr. John W. Ryan) reprimands the students for their arrogance toward the "cutters" and over their objections invites the latter to participate in the annual Indiana University Little 500 race (also known popularly as the "Little Five"), is a bicycle race held annually during the 3rd weekend of April at Bill Armstrong Stadium on the campus of Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana..Billed as "The World's Greatest College Weekend," the race has expanded into a whole week of activities since its original founding; the Women's Little 500.. At the time of its sale, Cinzano's share of the vermouth market in Europe was measured in the low single digits, sales that placed it a distant second to Martini...

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As a result of a 1997 merger, Grand Metropolitan became Diageo; two years later, Diageo sold Cinzano to the privately held Gruppo Campari..Diageo is an invented name which was created by the branding consultancy Wolff Olins in 1997..The name is composed of the Latin word "dies", meaning day, and the Greek root "geo", meaning world, and is meant to reference the company giving pleasure every day, everywhere..Diageo was formed in 1997 from the merger of Guinness and Grand Metropolitan..It diversified into catering acquiring Bateman Catering in 1967 and then Midland Catering in 1968.. It then bought Express Dairies in 1969, the Berni Inn chain, and the Mecca bingo halls in 1970 is a UK-based social and bingo club leisure company, with sites located across the UK in most major towns and cities.. The company also operates Meccabingo.com and Meccagames.com as an extension of the Mecca Bingo brand..enRacha is Rank’s Interactive Spanish gaming site launched on 2011.. enRacha offers a wide range of Spanish card games, online slots, skill games and casino and poker games...
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Toblerone was created by Theodor Tobler (1876–1941) in Bern, Switzerland in 1908. Theodor Tobler together with Emil Baumann (Theodor Tobler’s cousin and Great Grandfather of Roger Federer) developed a unique milk chocolate including nougat, almonds and honey with a distinctive triangular shape.. The image of a bear is hidden in the Matterhorn high mountain, symbolizing the town of the chocolate's origin...

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The etymology of the name Bern is uncertain.. According to the local legend, based on folk etymology, Berchtold V, Duke of Zähringen, the founder of the city of Bern, vowed to name the city after the first animal he met on the hunt, and this turned out to be a bear. It has long been considered likely that the city was named after the Italian city of Verona, which at the time was known as Bern in Middle High German. As a result of the find of the Bern zinc tablet in the 1980s, it is now more common to assume that the city was named after a pre-existing toponym of Celtic origin, possibly *berna "cleft".. The bear was the heraldic animal of the seal and coat of arms of Bern from at least the 1220s.. The earliest reference to the keeping of live bears in the Bärengraben dates to the 1440s..In 1353 Bern joined the Swiss Confederacy, becoming one of the "eight cantons" of the formative period of 1353 to 1481. Bern invaded and conquered Aargau in 1415 and Vaud in 1536, as well as other smaller territories, there by becoming the largest city-state north of the Alps, by the 18th century comprising most of what is today the canton of Bern and the canton of Vaud..Bern lies on the Swiss plateau in the Canton of Bern, slightly west of the centre of Switzerland and 20 km (12 mi) north of the Bernese Alps. The countryside around Bern was formed by glaciers during the most recent Ice Age..The 2 mountains closest to Bern are the Gurten with a height of 864 m (2,835 ft) and the Bantiger with a height of 947 m (3,107 ft)..Bern has a population (as of December 2012) of 127,515.. As of 2010, 23.2% of the population are resident foreign nationals..Bern is governed by the Gemeinderat, an executive council with 5 members, one of them the elected mayor (Stadtpräsident)..The structure of Bern's city centre is largely medieval and has been recognised by UNESCO as a Cultural World Heritage Site. Perhaps its most famous sight is the Zytglogge (Bernese German for "Time Bell"), an elaborate medieval clock tower with moving puppets.. It also has an impressive 15th century Gothic cathedral, the Münster, and a 15th-century town hall..Bern has several dozen cinemas. As is customary in Switzerland, films are generally shown in their original language (e.g., English) with German and French subtitles. Only a small number of screenings are dubbed in German..Bern was the site of the 1954 Football (Soccer) World Cup Final, a huge upset for the .Hungarian Golden Team, who were beaten 3–2 by West Germany..
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Arnold wants to know where babies come from, but no one will give him a straight answer until one of the other tenants in the building, a woman whose pregnancy sparked Arnold's curiosity, complains to Mr. Drummond..The author tells her daughters "when you discovered the tiny blue eggs in the robin's nest and I told you that wrapped in each shell was a baby robin that was growing there, kept warm by the mamma bird"..."Sometimes it is the wind which blows the pollen dust from one plant to the other, and sometimes it is the bees gathering honey from the flowers. As they suck the honey from the blossoms some of the plant dust sticks to their legs and bodies, and as they go to another plant in search of sweets this is rubbed off and so the parts of the father and mother plant get together and the seed is made fertile"...

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You started off that week as the stroke-play medalist. Talk about having that target on your back all week..

It’s funny, but I don’t remember much about the championship. I remember bits here and there and bits about the matches I had. But I don’t remember much about the medalist thing. I remember playing well and coming out on top. It’s one of those things where you just try to qualify to get into the match-play championship bracket and you don’t go in trying to win it [stroke play], because that’s not the part that wins the championship. Maybe you’re just more relaxed and you go out and play really good and the next thing you know, you’re the medalist!..

Laura Ann Kesling (born February 25, 2000) is an American child actress. She made her film debut as Bobbi in the Adam Sandler film Bedtime Stories.. Kesling developed an interest in acting at a young age and has appeared in a number of commercials.. Her mother is LPGA golfer Danielle Ammaccapane..As a child she spent her time in a traveling preschool, the LPGA Child Development Center. The center takes care of LPGA member's children while they play golf. Ammaccapane said in 2002 that "if it weren't for the center, I couldn't play professional golf and also have a child. I couldn't afford it. It would either be have a child and quit the tour or don't have a child...
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http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=461Oh Mr. Drummond, it's very dangerous to sneak up behind me. I'm going to karate class, and I just got an 'A' in "kicking where it hurts"... http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=572
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The toponym "Hale" derives from the Old English halh, meaning a nook or shelter, as supported by the surrounding area that has natural features that provide shelter.. The name Hale occurs in a number of places throughout Britain.."So mote it be" is a ritual phrase used by Freemasons, in Rosicrucianism, and more recently by Neopagans.. It means "so may it be",or "so must it be", and may be said at the end of a prayer in a similar way to "amen"..The phrase has been taken up by neopagans and they use it in a similar way in their ceremonies and rituals..Pace is a surname in both Italian and English. In addition to being found in Italy and England, it is also found in Germany, is very common in Malta, and can be found among Italian and British immigrants in places like the United States..The Pace family are prominent in (particularly) Malta and in Sicily..Both the Italian and the English surnames share the same Latin root: the Latin word for peace pax. Specifically, "pace" is the ablative declension of "pax" in Latin, which in Classical Latin would be pronounced "PAH-kah". The word sees popular usage in Ecclesiastical Latin, which today as in the Middle Ages pronounces it in the Italian manner.. "Pace" remains the word for "peace" in Modern Italian...
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http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...5&postcount=34I've lived long enough to see the future become history, Professor.. Empires crumble.. There are no exceptions..Napoleon wrote that military blunders and domestic catastrophes fanned the flames of the French Revolution..That's what they do with cattle, just before the slaughter..We'd better make arrangements to get some porters immediately - some means of getting us back to civilization..Are you so certain you are away from it?..http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=677

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What’s My Line? was a guessing game in which four panelists attempted to determine the line (occupation), or in the case of a famous "mystery guest," the identity, of the contestant. Panelists were required to probe by asking only questions which could be answered "yes" or "no". A typical episode featured two standard rounds (sometimes a third, and very rarely a fourth) plus one mystery guest round. On the occasions on which there were two mystery guests, the first would usually appear as the first contestant...

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What's My Line? Season 18 Episode 47 - Aired Daily 12:00 AM Jul 23, 1967 on CBS..Resourceful Schatze Page , spunky Loco Dempsey , and ditzy Pola Debevoise rent a luxurious Sutton Place penthouse in New York City from Freddie Denmark , who is avoiding the IRS by living in Europe. The women plan to use the apartment to attract rich men and marry them. When money is tight, Schatze pawns some of Freddie's furniture, without his knowledge.. To their dismay, as winter approaches, the furnishings continue to be sold off as they have no luck..One day, Loco carries in some groceries, assisted by Tom Brookman .. Tom is very interested in Schatze, but she dismisses him, thinking he is poor. She tries repeatedly to brush him off as she sets her sights on the charming, classy widower J.D. Hanley whose worth is irreproachably large. All the while she's stalking the older J.D., Tom, who is actually very wealthy, keeps after her. After every one of their dates, she tells him she never wants to see him again...
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Willo the Wisp is a British cartoon series originally produced in 1981..In the first series, Kenneth Williams provided voices for all of the characters..



The Beast, who began life as the dim Prince Humbart The Handsome, who can't pronounce the letter r correctly; an unfortunate encounter with Edna ended up with his transformation into a hairy shambling creature.. In this encounter, he crashed into Edna on his bicycle and called her, "Vewy dangewous.. And what a wotten pwogwamme." Edna replied, "I'll 'wotten-pwogwamme' him!" and transformed him into The Beast...

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Gnomes, one of which Mavis takes a liking to.
The Astrognats, explorers of space with a mushroom-shaped spaceship.
The Bookworm, a very clever intelligent worm who eats facts from books as a source of knowledge.
A regiment of toy soldiers.
A bat..

Each of the original 26 episodes lasted approximately 5 minutes and were broadcast at 5:35pm on BBC1, a tradition as short cartoons were always shown between the end of the main children's BBC drama or sitcom for that afternoon, and the BBC Evening news at 5:40pm..The first reshuffle occurred in September 1984, with the BBC Evening News being moved to 6pm, and the regional news programmes to 6:30pm. This vacated a 25-minute slot starting at 5:35pm, which was filled with various programmes until Australian soap Neighbours filled the gap on a more permanent basis..Editor: Michael Crane..Trace & Paint: Lynne & Ian Sachs..The second series aired on Playhouse Disney in the UK..
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http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=136They practically own South America.. Why don't we just... wait here for a little while... see what happens?..I just cannot believe any of this voodoo bullshit... http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...postcount=1410

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Have you seen this 2009 episode, Lightgiver?
It perfectly sums up this thread.
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Have you seen this 2009 episode, Lightgiver?
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23 and a half lines ..Satellite television is a system of supplying television programming using broadcast signals relayed from communication satellites...



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Tom and Jerry is an American animated series of short films created in 1940 by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. It centers on a rivalry between its two main characters, Tom Cat and Jerry Mouse, and many recurring characters, based around slapstick comedy..After working odd jobs in the first months of the Depression, Hanna joined the Harman and Ising animation studio in 1930. During the 1930s, Hanna steadily gained skill and prominence while working on cartoons such as Captain and the Kids...

The two men began a collaboration that was at first best known for producing Tom and Jerry and live action films..Hanna and Barbera won se7en Academy Awards and eight Emmy Awards...



William Hanna was born to William John and Avice Joyce (Denby) Hanna in Melrose, New Mexico.. He was the 3rd of se7en children and the only boy. Hanna claimed there was no "war between the sexes" nor sibling rivalry in their home.. Hanna described his family as "a red-blooded, Irish-American family".. His father was a construction superintendent for railroads as well as water and sewer systems throughout the western regions of America, requiring the family to move frequently..

Joseph Barbera was born (March 24, 1911) at 10 Delancey Street in the Little Italy (Lower East Side) section of Manhattan, New York, to immigrants Vincent Barbera and Francesca Calvacca, born in Sciacca, Agrigento, Sicily, Italy, and he grew up speaking Italian..He had two younger brothers, Larry and Ted, both of whom served in World War II. As a member of the United States Army, Larry participated in the invasion of Sicily..Barbera's first foray into television was a 1957 collaboration with Robert D. Buchanan, Colonel Bleep..During World War II, they also made animated training films..Tom and Jerry relied mostly on motion instead of dialog.. Despite its popularity, Tom and Jerry has often been criticized as excessively violent..Nonetheless, the series won its first Academy Award for the 11th short, The Yankee Doodle Mouse (1943)—a war-time adventure.. Tom and Jerry was ultimately nominated for 14 Academy Awards, winning 7...
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Season 3 of FOX television's police drama Bones contains a multi-episode story arc about a cannabalistic serial killer, introduced in the season premier, "The Widow's Son in the Windshield"...
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Yes. That's what they mean partly by widow's son. You're an apprentice, a widow's son and you enter into the system. Then when you are fully qualified and they let you into their system, you're given an approved control stamp. That's what all degrees are. They put the square mortar board on your head. You've been squared. And of course, you wear the cloak too of the master, a gown. And then different colors can come into it too, depending on the type that you've taken. So, it's all tied up with Freemasonry.

There was so much that came in, in the 18th Century when Masonry came in as a big front organization, run by others, a much, much older organization and people. They created Freemasonry and the educational system, because to rule over a country or a world, you must standardize a system of those who are in a managerial class of that system.
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