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Kimball (CTA): The original station on this site was constructed by the Northwestern Elevated Railroad in 1906, opening on December 14, 1907[2]. This station was demolished and a new station built in its place in 1974. The station has three stub lines which are served by an island platform and a side platform; there is also a train storage yard and a workshop alongside the station.
Frauenfriedenskirche: The organ of the Frauenfriedenskirche was built by the company Siegfried Sauer in Höxter in 1996. It has 45 stops, electrical tracker action, three keyboards and pedals.
Eugene B. Crowe: Born near Jeffersonville, Indiana, Crowe attended the rural schools and Borden (Indiana) Academy. He taught in county schools 1894-1896. He moved to Bedford, Indiana, in 1899 and engaged in the retail furniture business, real estate, and banking. He served as delegate to the Democratic State conventions 1908-1960. He served as delegate to the Democratic National Conventions in 1928, 1944, 1948, 1952, 1956, and 1960. He served as delegate to the Interparliamentary Union Congress at Oslo, Norway, in 1939.
Argentines of Czech descent: The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
Pan-European Picnic: Today the place of the picnic is marked by a large sculpture symbolizing a Cross and a barbed wire. The sculpture was made by Gabriela von Habsburg, a daughter of Otto von Habsburg
Gear manufacturing: The majority of gears are composed of carbon and low-alloy steels, including carburised steels. Among the carburised steels used in gears are 1018, 1524, 4026, 4118, 4320, 4620, 4820, 8620 and 9310. The intended gear use will dictate the material used in its creation. For example gears to be used in food processing are made of stainless steels or nickel-base alloys because of their corrosion resistance.
San Antonio's Technology Base: The result was delete. - Mailer Diablo 13:29, 17 November 2006 (UTC)
MexC previous collaborations: The following articles have been the focus of the Wikipedia:Mexico Collaboration.
Talbingo Dam: Talbingo Dam is the largest dam in the Snowy Mountains Hydroelectric Scheme, Talbingo Dam is located on the Tumut River in southern New South Wales. It's power station is the largest in the project as well[1]. It is a 162 metre (530 feet) high rockfill structure with an upstream sloping silty clay core.[2] When it was constructed in 1971 it was the highest dam in Australia.[3]
List of songs that have reprises: The result was Delete. Peacent 02:37, 15 July 2007 (UTC)
Hennig Brand: The phosphorus Brand's process yielded was far less than it could have been. The salt part he discarded contained most of the phosphate. He used about 5,500 litres of urine to produce just 120 grams of phosphorus. If he'd ground up the entire residue he could have got 10 times or 100 times more (1 litre of adult human urine contains about 1.4g phosphorus).
Ferdinand Piatnik: Ferdinand Piatnik (1819, Ofen, now Budapest, Austrian Empire - 1885, Bad Vöslau) was a Hungarian-born card painter and manufacturer. He was educated in Bratislava. He bought an Austrian card company off Anton Moser in 1843 and made it one of the most successful game manufacturing companies in the world. He later married the widow of Anton Moser. After his three sons entered the company in 1882 it was renamed Ferd. Piatnik & Söhne.
Cornerstone (magazine): Though its press run dropped by half with the change in format, its influence and literary variety matured. Regular features were poetry, short fiction, Christian visual and performing arts, news on cults and persecuted Christians, investigative reporting, and full-color comics. The Cornerstone logo on the cover was changed each issue of its life.
Nien Rebellion: The Nien rebellion largely failed to topple the regime as it failed to make alliances with other rebels, especially the Taiping movement. Nien only symbolically supported Taiping by accepting Taiping King's "appointments", but refusing to follow his orders. Had the Nien and Taipings joined forces, the Qing government would have been faced with a formidable threat, in spite of its alliances with Western powers. Despite the Niens' failure to seize power, the events of the rebellion dealt a severe blow to the Qing regime. The environmental disasters of 1851 and 1855 devastated the richest provinces of China, depriving the Qing regime of tax income and trade duties. The endless fighting between Nien troops and Qing forces, who made widespread use of scorched earth tactics, ruined the countryside and resulted in countless deaths. Although the Nien rebellion was smaller than that of the Taiping, it severely drained government finances, devastated the richest areas of China, and left China's economy in a very precarious state. In the long term, the Nien rebellion was to become one of the major factors in the collapse of Qing China.
Ian Whitty: Ian has been featured on numerous compilations appearing alongside internationally acclaimed acts such as The Corrs and The Frames.[4][5].
Origami/Selected article/Archives: The Japanese kusudama (薬玉; lit. medicine ball) is a paper model that is created by sewing several pyramidal units together through their points to form a spherical shape. Occasionally, a tassel is attached to the bottom for decoration. They originate from ancient Japanese culture, where they were used for incense and potpourri. The word itself is a combination of two Japanese words kusuri, Medicine, and tama, Ball. They are now typically used as decorations, or as gifts.
Southeastern Cave Conservancy Inc.: The SCCi is an institutional member of the National Speleological Society.
UK underground: The image of the underground as manifested in magazines such as OZ and newspapers like International Times was dominated by key talented graphic artists, particularly Martin Sharp and the Nigel Waymouth–Michael English team, Hapshash and the Coloured Coat, who fused Alfons Mucha's Art Nouveau arabesques with the higher colour key of psychedelia.
Bhuj (weapon): A Bhuj is a dagger specific to Sind in north India, mostly single-edged, expect for a slight rear edge at the tip. The bhuj is short, broad and heavy, with a mild curve. It often sports an engraved and gilded mount, inlaid haft and decorated knob. This knob is typically a stylized elephant head, giving the weapon the nickname "elephant knife." The blade is 7-10 inches long, and with its copper sheath 20 inches long in total.
LRRC8A: Leucine rich repeat containing 8 family, member A, also known as LRRC8A, is a human gene.[1]
1975 in Hong Kong: Articles and events specifically related to the year 1975 in Hong Kong.
Confetti (film): The prestigious bridal magazine Confetti, owned by the flippant, breezy Antoni Clarke and managed by the long-suffering, uptight chief editor Vivienne is holding a competition to see who can hold the most original wedding, with the winners being presented with a new house and a cover shoot for the magazine. Three couples and their proposals are selected to participate: Sam and Matt, a good-natured couple of old-fashioned romantics who have elected to hold their wedding in the style of Busby Berkeley musicals of the 1930s and 1940s, despite the fact that Sam can barely hold a tune; Isabelle and Josef, a pair of hyper-competitive professional tennis players holding a tennis-themed wedding; and Joanna and Michael, a naturist couple who intend to hold their wedding entirely naked. To organise all three weddings, the services of Gregory and Archie, wedding planners and partners in both business and love, are utilized, and the two begin to assist each couple in preparing for their big day.
Lubianków: Lubianków - village in central Poland, in Łódź Voivodship about 5 km from Głowno, in Powiat of Zgierz. In the village there is a primary school of Maria Konopnicka. First school was established in the village in year 1918.
R. v. Généreux: The issue before the Supreme Court was whether the General Court Martial was an independent and impartial tribunal under section 11(d) of the Charter.
Eflani: Having a very rich vegetation due to its humid climate, Eflani serves as a promenade site for the region, with its forests and three ponds. For a certain period, the demand for animals and animal products in the region was met by Eflani, and today the animal breeding though lost its former significance, is still an important subsistence.
Transylvania in fiction: Unsourced trivial information. Wikipedia isn't a directory. Relevant contents should be in the Transylvania article. This attitude of "move a long section to a new article to clear the clutter" needs to be stopped. RobJ1981 (talk) 00:53, 23 November 2007 (UTC)
Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players: Their trademark is the slideshow itself: slides collected from "estate sales, garage sales, thrift stores, etc." are constantly shown in order to "turn the lives of annonymous [sic] strangers into pop-rock musical expos[é]s based on the contents of these slide collections". The band sings about things that occurred in the places shown in the slides, such as public execution (Mountain Trip to Japan, 1959) and McDonald's' competitors' "using network television to take advantage of efficiency" (Wendy's, Sambo's and Long John Silver's).
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