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Jason Bernard: In 1996, Bernard died suddenly of a heart attack in Burbank, California, not long after principal photography wrapped on Liar Liar.
WikiProject Greece/Peer review/Ancient Macedonian language: As you can see from the History page, my reverts, are cited and referenced, while theirs are not.
USS Chicago (1885): On 7 December 1889, Chicago departed Boston for Lisbon, Portugal, arriving 21 December. The cruiser served in European and Mediterranean waters as the flagship of the Squadron of Evolution until 31 May 1890 when she sailed from Funchal, Madeira, to call at Brazilian and West Indian ports before returning to New York 29 July.
Fire Emblem: Monshō no Nazo: Books One and Two feature different soundtracks. The recruit theme in Book Two is a classical version of the one in Book One. There has been manga written on the first map of the first book.
Mark 54 LHT: The older Mk 46, designed for open-ocean use, performed poorly in the littoral areas the Navy envisioned itself likely to operate in the future.
WikiProject Military history/Assessment/BCAD/20: This is a worksheet for the 2008 Military history Wikiproject B-Class article assessment drive, BCAD. Please see the instructions and frequently asked questions before starting evaluations.
Joe Campbell (golfer): Campbell made his home in Knoxville, Tennessee after college until 1974. Before and after that time, he has lived in his native Indiana. After his days as a tour professional were over, he was the golf professional at Knoxville's Whittle Springs from 1967–1974.[1]
Val-de-Fier: Val-de-Fier is a village and commune in the Haute-Savoie département of eastern France.
Brisbane Broncos 2002: The 2002 season saw the return of club legend Allan Langer to the Brisbane Broncos, following his successful comeback to Australian rugby league in the previous year's State of Origin decider. It was also the beginning of Brisbane's recurring "post origin slump", which was to haunt the club for the next four years. As many of the Queensland Maroons who compete in the mid-week State of Origin matches are Broncos' players, this extra workload often results in a loss of form for the club around and after the time of the Origin series. The Broncos finished the regular season in 3rd position, with the highest points differential in the league, but were knocked out in the Preliminary Final against the Sydney City Roosters.
Neil Armstrong (ice hockey): Neil P. Armstrong (born December 29, 1932, in Plympton, Ontario) was a professional ice hockey linesman and is an Honoured Member of the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Sal Calabro: Calabro is a Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery and a member of the American Society of Liposuction Surgery. Calabro has appeared on other local and nationwide TV and radio programs where he discusses and gives live demonstrations on his cosmetic surgery and surgical techniques.
D'Gary: D'Gary (Ernest Randrianasolo born 22 July 1961) is a Madagascan musician of Bara ethnicity. His primary instrument is the acoustic guitar.
Street Fighter Anniversary Collection: Hyper Street Fighter II is an arranged version of Super Street Fighter II Turbo that allows players to select from all playable incarnations of the characters that were featured in the five arcade installments of Street Fighter II. An earlier form of this concept was featured in the compilation Street Fighter Collection 2 (for the PlayStation), which included a "Deluxe Versus Mode" allowing two players to fight each other using characters from the first three versions of the game. Although originally released as a PlayStation 2 game in Japan, it saw a limited arcade release in Japan and Asia.
Goodwood Baseball Club: Goodwood is a Baseball club playing in the South Australian Baseball League. Known as the Indians, their home ground is Mortlock Park in Colonel Light Gardens.
James Carafano: Carafano has testified before the U.S. Congress as an expert of defense, intelligence, and homeland security issues. He has also provided televised commentary for: ABC, BBC, CBS, CNBC, CNN, C-SPAN, Fox News, MSNBC, NBC, SkyNews, PBS, National Public Radio, the History Channel, Voice of America, Al Jazeera, Telemundo, Al Arabiya and Australian, Austrian, Canadian, French, Greek, Hong Kong, Irish, Japanese, Portuguese, and Spanish television.
Bulletproof Monk: The film got mostly negative reviews from film critics. Critics complained that the fight scenes were not as well choreographed or directed as those in similar movies such as The Matrix and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and also that the alternating comedic and action scenes were jarring.[2] The movie grossed about $23.4 million domestically, far below the film production budget of $52 million.[1]
Lickey Incline: The Lickey was transferred to the Western Region in 1958 and the 3F tanks were replaced by GWR 9400 Class pannier tanks and 92079 was replaced by classmate 92230, which did not acquire the headlight.
Ahmose-Sipair: During the 18th dynasty he appears on several monuments. Such prominence is relatively rare in case of princes who never ascended to the throne, so it has been suggested that he might be identical with the unknown father of Thutmose I, who succeeded Sipair's nephew, the childless Amenhotep I.[1] However, the mummy identified as his is that of a 5-6 years old boy. The mummy was found in the Deir el-Bahri cache in 1881 and was unwrapped by Grafton Eliot Smith and A. R. Ferguson on September 9, 1905.[2]
Raising Victor Vargas: Judy is a good-looking young woman who is continuously hit-on by men in her neighborhood, which makes her very careful in who she chooses in terms of her love life. When Victor comes on to her, she lies, telling him she has a boyfriend. When Victor finds out this isn't true, he enlists the help of Judy's brother Carlos, on the condition that Victor introduce him to his sister Vicki, who he has a crush on. Judy ultimately says yes to Victor's advances, believing he will serve as a repellent toward the many men that hit on her.
1964 in motorsport: The following 11 pages are in this category, out of 11 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
Samuel Haughton: In 1866, Haughton developed the original equations for hanging as a humane method of execution, whereby the neck was broken at the time of the drop, so that the condemned person did not strangle to death. “On hanging considered from a Mechanical and Physiological point of view.” was published in the London, Endinburgh and Dublin Phiosophical Magazine and Journal of Science Vol 32 No 213 July 1866.
Kolvereid: Kolvereid was established as a municipality January 1, 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt). Two other municipalities were later separated from it: Leka (1860) and Foldereid (1886). The rest of Kolvereid was merged with Nærøy January 1, 1964.
Guus Joppen: Guus Joppen (born November 14, 1989) is a Dutch footballer who currently plays for Helmond Sport. Joppen is a defender and was born and raised in Eindhoven. He is part of the squad of Helmond Sport and he made his official debut for the team on October 19, 2007 in a 1-1 tie against Cambuur Leeuwarden.
Mike Brey: Mike Brey (born March 22, 1959 in Bethesda, Maryland) is an American college basketball coach. The Bethesda, Maryland native is the men's basketball head coach at the University of Notre Dame since July 14, 2000.
Jim (horse): Jim was a former milk wagon horse who was used to produce serum containing antibodies against diphtheria toxin. Jim produced over 30 quarts of diphtheria antitoxin in his career, and no doubt saved many lives. However, on October 2, 1901 Jim showed signs that he had contracted tetanus and was killed. After the death of a girl in St. Louis was traced back to Jim's contaminated serum, it was discovered that serum dated September 30th contained tetanus in its incubation phase. This could have easily been discovered, had the serum been tested prior to use. Furthermore, samples from September 30th had also been used to fill bottles labeled August 24th, while actual samples from the 24th were shown to be free of contamination. These failures in oversight led to the distribution of antitoxin that caused the death of 12 more children. This incident, and a similar one involving contaminated smallpox vaccine, led to the passage of the Biologics Control Act of 1902 which established Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research. Jim's misfortune, and the ensuing tragedy and reaction thus set a precedent for regulation of biologics and set the stage for the formation of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Yorktown class aircraft carriers: The following 5 pages are in this category, out of 5 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
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