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Count Basie print that pageTimeline of Count Basie

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which played mostly in Texas and Oklahoma . It was at this time that he began to be known as Count " Basie (see Jazz royalty ). [ 18 ] [ edit ] Kansas City years The following year, Basie became the pianist with the Bennie Moten band based in Kansas City, inspired by Moten's ambition

Raëlism print that page

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The Raelian Movement teaches that life on Earth was scientifically created by a species of extraterrestrials, which they call the Elohim . Members of this species appeared human and when having personal contacts with the descendants of the humans they made, they were mistaken for angels

37th Armor Regiment (United States) print that page

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The 37th Armor is an armor (tank) regiment of the United States Army . Contents 1 Heraldry 1.1 Distinctive Unit Insignia 1.2 Coat of arms 2 General history 2.1 World War II 2.1.1 Before D-Day 2.2 706th Tank Battalion 2.2.1 D-Day 2.2.2 Battle of the Bulge 2

The Durutti Column print that page

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drummer Chris Joyce and guitarist Dave Rowbotham . They called the then incomplete group The Durutti Column , derived from a misspelling of the name Buenaventura Durruti , who led a column of anarchists during the Spanish Civil War . On January 25, Vini Reilly , former guitarist for local

The Economist print that page

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25 St James's Street Westminster London SW1A 1HG England Circulation over 1.6 million copies per week ISSN 0013-0613 Official website Economist.com The Economist is an English-language weekly news and international affairs publication owned by The Economist Newspaper

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

Jef Raskin print that pageTimeline of Jef Raskin

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on early engineering projects. Because the Apple II only displayed uppercase characters on a 40 column screen, his department used the Polymorphic Systems 8813 (an Intel-8080-based machine running CP/M ), to write documentation; this spurred the development of an 80 column display card and

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

Bernard Levin print that page

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Levin reviewed television for The Manchester Guardian and wrote a weekly political column noted for its irreverence in The Spectator . During the 1960s he wrote five columns a week for The Daily Mail on any subject that he chose. After a disagreement with the proprietor of the paper over

XTC print that page

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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