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Aparecida

Aparecida is a city in the Vale do Paraíba region, in São Paulo state. It is a major Catholic pilgrimage site that gets more than 10 million visitors per year, mostly coming to visit the Basílica de Nossa Senhora Aparecida, the second largest Catholic temple in the World. . . . Aparecida . . . […]

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2009–10 Missouri State Bears basketball team

The 2009–10 Missouri State Bears basketball team represented Missouri State University in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I men’s basketball during the 2009–10 season. Playing in the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) and led by second-year head coach Cuonzo Martin, the Bears finished the season with a 24–12 overall record and won the 2010 CollegeInsider.com […]

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Photo-book

A photo book or photobook is a book in which photographs make a significant contribution to the overall content. A photo book is related to and also often used as a coffee table book. Front cover of Henry Bond’s 1998 photo-book The cult of the street Book in which photographs make a significant contribution to […]

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Key Pousttchi

Key Pousttchi (born 1970 in Rheine, Germany) is a Professor of Business Informatics and Digitalization, author and entrepreneur. From 2015 to 2020 he held the SAP Endowed Chair at the University of Potsdam‘s Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, where he was also the director of their Master of Science program in digital transformation, in […]

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Target-type thrust reversal

Target-type thrust reversal (also called bucket thrust reversal) is a deceleration method when an aircraft lands. Like other types of thrust reversals, it temporarily divert the engine exhaust (thrust) forward to provide deceleration. This type of thrust-reverser is suitable for engines of 3,000 lbf (13 kN) or greater thrust.[1] A Target-type Thrust Reverser in Deployed Location on […]

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Thomas Cherburgh Bligh

Thomas Cherburgh Bligh (c. 1761 – 17 September 1830) was an Anglo-Irish Whig politician who served in the Irish House of Commons and the Parliament of Great Britain. Thomas Cherburgh Bligh Member of Parliament (Great Britain) for Meath In office1802–1812 Serving with Sir Marcus Somerville, Bt Preceded by Hamilton GorgesSir Marcus Somerville, Bt Succeeded by Thomas […]

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Upper Sandusky

Upper Sandusky is a city in Northwest Ohio. It is the county seat of Wyandot County Upper Sandusky . . . Upper Sandusky . . . Map of Upper Sandusky Sheriff Dept. Intersection of SR 23 and SR 30. Wyandot County Museum 40.82646-83.283811 Wyandot County Museum, 130 S. Seventh Street, ☎+1 419 294-3857.  40.82711-83.280741 Wyandot […]

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Stećci Medieval Tombstones Graveyards

The Stećci Medieval Tombstones Graveyards is a world heritage site, comprising 28 sites chiefly located in the southeastern half of Bosnia and Herzegovina, though some are in Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia. . . . Stećci Medieval Tombstones Graveyards . . . About 60,000 medieval tombstones of the Stećak type has been found in the region, […]

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2018 Gasparilla Bowl

The 2018 Gasparilla Bowl was a college footballbowl game played on December 20, 2018,[4] with kickoff scheduled for 8:00 p.m. EST.[5] It was the 11th edition of the game originally known as the St. Petersburg Bowl and renamed before its 2017 playing as the Gasparilla Bowl, and one of the 2018–19 bowl games concluding the 2018 […]

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Egyptian–Libyan War

The Egyptian–Libyan War or the Four Day War (Arabic: حرب الأربعة أيام‎) was a short border war fought between Libya and Egypt that lasted from 21 to 24 July 1977. The conflict stemmed from a deterioration in relations that had occurred between the two states after Egyptian President Anwar Sadat had rebuffed Libyan leader Muammar […]

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