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Bill Everett print that pageTimeline of Bill Everett

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Everett was inducted into the comic book industry's Jack Kirby Hall of Fame in 1995 and the Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame in 2000. Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 2.1 Early work 2.2 Sub-Mariner 2.3 Atlas Comics 2.4 Marvel Comics 3 Footnotes 4 External links

Battle of Villers-Bocage print that page

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Elements of 1 heavy tank battalion [ 17 ] 31–41 tanks [ nb 1 ] Casualties and losses ~217 casualties 23–27 tanks a Unknown total casualties 8–15 tanks a Several civilians a a More detailed information is available in the Casualties section v · d · e Operation

George Walters print that page

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The men did so without firing a shot till they were within forty yards of the head of the enemy's column , when with a cheer they charged. They were only about one hundred and eighty men,

Choctaw print that page

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The Choctaw (alternatively spelled Chahta , Chactas , Chato , Tchakta , Chocktaw , and Chactaw ) are a Native American people originally from the Southeastern United States ( Mississippi , Florida , Alabama , and Louisiana ). The Choctaw language belongs to the Muskogean linguistic group

Mike Warnke print that page

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Mike Warnke was born in 1946 to parents Alfred "Al" Warnke and Louise Warnke. When he was five years old, the Warnke family moved to Manchester, Tennessee where his father opened a truck stop . In 1955, Warnke's mother was killed in a car accident. In 1958 his father died, leaving Warnke an

Garret FitzGerald print that page

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death, FitzGerald was the President of the Institute of International and European Affairs , had a column in The Irish Times and occasionally made appearances on television programmes. Contents 1 Early life 2 Early political life 3 Minister for Foreign Affairs 4 Leader of Fine

Raymond Keene print that page

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Keene retired from competitive play in 1986 at the age of just thirty eight, and is now better known as a chess organiser, columnist and author. He was involved in organising the 1986 , 1993 and 2000 World Chess Championships , all held in London . He has been chess correspondent of The Times

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First coming together in 1972, the core duo of Andy Partridge (guitars & vocals) and Colin Moulding (bass & vocals) went through many band names (including The Helium Kidz and Star Park) over the next five years. As the Helium Kidz, they were featured in a small NME article as an up-and

Operation Bribie print that page

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third of the lead platoon falling wounded in the initial volleys. A Company subsequently broke contact and withdrew under heavy fire from what appeared to be a Viet Cong base area. Initially believing they were opposed by only a company, 6RAR subsequently launched a quick attack by two companies

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need for specialized business news about the Olympics . In the mid-1990s, he was asked to write a column for a weekly political newsletter that was mailed out across the Southeast. “The Hula Report”, as it was known, soon outgrew its one-page space allotment and became its own four- to