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1971–72 Georgetown Hoyas men’s basketball team

The 1971–72 Georgetown Hoyas men’s basketball team represented Georgetown University during the 1971–72NCAA University Divisioncollege basketball season. John Magee coached them in his sixth and final season as head coach. The team was an independent and played its home games at McDonough Gymnasium on the Georgetown campus in Washington, D.C.. It finished the season with […]

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Big Man on Hippocampus

“Big Man on Hippocampus” is the tenth episode of the eighth season of the American animated sitcomFamily Guy. It originally aired on Fox in the United States on January 3, 2010. The episode features Peter after he suddenly begins suffering from amnesia, and can no longer remember anything about his life, including his own family […]

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Sauvo

Sauvo is a rural municipality in Finland Proper, by the Archipelago Sea. . . . Sauvo . . . Sauvo occupies a peninsula of the mainland, south of Paimio and south-west of Salo, by the innermost part of the Archipelago Sea. Sounds separate it from Perniö to the south-east, Kimitoön to the south (connected by […]

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Statue of John Bunyan, Bedford

A bronze statue of John Bunyan stands on St Peter’s Green, Bedford, England. The statue was sculpted by Sir Joseph Edgar Boehm, it was erected in 1874, and unveiled on 10 June of that year. The statue was commissioned by the Ninth Duke of Bedford (who also commissioned the bronze reliefs on the doors of […]

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Reason (No Angels song)

“Reason” is a song by German girl band No Angels. It was written by Thorsten Brötzmann and Alexander Geringas and produced by the former for their debut studio album Elle’ments (2001). “Reason” is a piano-led pop ballad with soft string arrangements and lyrics that talk about reminiscing past memories with a loved one. One of […]

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Stroud

For the town in OklahomaFrontier Country see Stroud (Oklahoma). Stroud is at the heart of the Five Valleys in the Cotswolds. It is in Gloucestershire, England. . . . Stroud . . . Stroud High Street Nailsworth Town Clock market square, Minchinhampton There’s many fine, beautiful and interesting things to see but it’s not “pretty” […]

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Oltu

Oltu (Armenian: Ողթիկ, Voght’ik; Georgian: ოლთისი, Oltisi) is a town and district of Erzurum Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. The mayor is Necmettin Taşçı, from the AKP. The population was 31,087 in 2020. Place in Erzurum, Turkey Oltu Oltu Coordinates: 40°32′59″N41°59′59″E Country Turkey Province Erzurum Government  • Mayor Necmettin Taşçı (AKP)  • Kaymakam Şenol […]

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List of Portuguese supercentenarians

Portuguese supercentenarians are citizens, residents or emigrants from Portugal or its former colonies who have attained or surpassed 110 years of age. As of January 2015[update], the Gerontology Research Group (GRG) had validated the longevity claims of 9 Portuguese supercentenarians, including 7 residents and 2 emigrants.[1] Maria de Jesus was the oldest Portuguese citizen whose […]

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Lee-Jen Wei

Lee-Jen Wei (Chinese: 魏立人) is a Taiwanese-American professor of biostatistics at Harvard University. The native form of this personal name is Wei Li-Jen. This article uses Western name order when mentioning individuals. Lee-Jen Wei 魏立人 Nationality TaiwaneseAmerican Alma mater Fu Jen Catholic UniversityUniversity of Wisconsin – Madison Occupation Professor of Biostatistics, Harvard University Years active 1982–present . . […]

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Joel Laing

Joel J. Laing is a Canadian ice hockey coach and former goaltender who was an All-American for Rensselaer.[1] Canadian ice hockey player Joel Laing Born (1975-11-03) November 3, 1975 (age 46)Maryfield, Saskatchewan, Canada Height 5 ft 10 in (178 cm) Weight 183 lb (83 kg; 13 st 1 lb) Position Goaltender Caught Left Played for RensselaerWilkes-Barre/Scranton PenguinsWheeling NailersSheffield Steelers Playing career 1996–2003 . […]

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