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Brian Tarantina

Brian Tarantina (March 27, 1959 – c. November 2, 2019) was an American stage, screen, and television character actor born in New York City.[1] He was known for his roles on such shows as One Life to Live, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and Gilmore Girls. American actor Brian Tarantina Born (1959-03-27)March 27, 1959 New York […]

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Parkersburg

Parkersburg is a city of 33,099 people (as of 2000) in West Virginia. Founded in 1820, the city was originally named Newport, which was changed to Parkersburg in 1810. The city is situated where the Little Kanawha River meets the Ohio river; the town of Belpre lies just across the river in Ohio. Among Parkersburg’s […]

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List of motorcycles by type of engine

List of motorcycles by type of engine is a list of motorcycles by the type of motorcycle engine used by the vehicle, such as by the number of cylinders or configuration. Wikipedia list article A transverse engine is an engine mounted in a vehicle so that the engine’s crankshaft axis is perpendicular to the direction […]

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Ann Telnaes

Ann Carolyn Telnaes (born 1960)[1] is an American editorial cartoonist. She creates editorial cartoons in various media—animation, visual essays, live sketches, and traditional print—for the Washington Post. She also contributes to The Nib. American editorial cartoonist Ann Telnaes Born Ann Carolyn Telnaes1960Stockholm, Sweden Nationality Swedish / Naturalized American Area(s) Editorial cartoonist Awards Pulitzer Prize, 2001 […]

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Davy Arnaud

Davy Arnaud (/ˈɑːrnoʊ/; born June 22, 1980) is an American soccer coach and former player. During his professional career, Arnaud played for Sporting Kansas City, Montreal Impact, and D.C. United, and served on the coaching staff of D.C. United and Houston Dynamo. Arnaud also made seven appearances for the United States national team, scoring one […]

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Energy in Nepal

Nepal had a total primary energy supply (TPES) of 10.29 Mtoe in 2012.[1] Electricity consumption was 3.57 TWh. Most of this primary energy (about 80%) represents solid biofuels used in the residential sector (for heating, cooking etc.).[1] About some amount of the electricity is exported, with the rest almost completely used by Nepalese obtained from […]

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Louise Weiss

Louise Weiss (25 January 1893 in Arras, Pas-de-Calais – 26 May 1983 in Paris) was a French author, journalist, feminist and European politician. This article is about the woman. For the building named after her, see Seat of the European Parliament in Strasbourg. This article needs additional citations for verification. (December 2007) Louise Weiss Louise […]

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Berkshire No. 7

Berkshire No. 7 is a wood and steel barge constructed in 1935. It is historically important as a transitional canal barge and as one of the few surviving wooden-hulled canal boats. It was used to transport bulk cargo, including shipping fertilizer, from Connecticut to Long Island Sound. It sank in 1974 along with the Elmer […]

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1931 Kilkenny Intermediate Hurling Championship

The 1931 Kilkenny Intermediate Hurling Championship was the third staging of the Kilkenny Intermediate Hurling Championship since its establishment by the Kilkenny County Board in 1929. The championship consisted of just one game between the two divisional championship winners. 1931 Kilkenny Intermediate Hurling Championship Dates 13 March 1932 Teams 2 Champions Danesfort (1st title) Runners-up […]

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Ship class

A ship class is a group of ships of a similar design.[1] This is distinct from a ship type,[1] which might reflect a similarity of tonnage or intended use. For example, USS Carl Vinson is a nuclear aircraft carrier (ship type) of the Nimitz class (ship class). Group of ships of a similar design This article […]

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