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  • 1immortalised — immortalise (Brit.) v. make immortal, grant eternal life; make eternally famous (also immortalize) …

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  • 2immortalize — [[t]ɪmɔ͟ː(r)təlaɪz[/t]] immortalizes, immortalizing, immortalized VERB If someone or something is immortalized in a story, film, or work of art, they appear in it, and will be remembered for it. [WRITTEN] [be V ed] The town of Whitby was… …

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  • 3Kylie Minogue — Kylie redirects here. For other uses, see Kylie (disambiguation). Kylie Minogue Minogue …

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  • 4Henry V of England — Infobox British Royalty|majesty name = Henry V title = King of England, Prince Regent of France, Lord of Ireland reign = 21 March 1413 – 31 August 1422 coronation = 1413 predecessor = Henry IV successor = Henry VI spouse = Catherine of Valois… …

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  • 5Snowy River — Geobox | River name = Snowy other name = other name1 = other name2 = other name3 = other name4 = other name5 = category = image caption = The Snowy River below McKillops Bridge etymology = nickname = The Snowy country = Australia country1 =… …

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  • 6Lancashire County Cricket Club — Infobox cricket team county = Lancashire County Cricket Club oneday = Lancashire Lightning secondteam = coach = flagicon|England Mike Watkinson captain = flagicon|Australia Stuart Law overseas = flagicon|New Zealand Lou Vincent founded = 1864… …

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  • 7Cell culture — in a Petri dish Epithelial cells in culture, stained for keratin (red) an …

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  • 8Whalley Range — infobox UK place country = England map type= Greater Manchester official name= Whalley Range latitude= 53.449887 longitude= 2.253749 population= metropolitan borough= City of Manchester metropolitan county= Greater Manchester region= North West… …

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  • 9Kitty Fisher — Catherine Maria Kitty Fisher (died 1767) was one of the most famous English courtesans of her day. Life as a courtesan Known for her beauty, wit and horse riding skills, she was both a favourite model of Sir Joshua Reynolds and an aspiring… …

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  • 10Conservation in New Zealand — The Black Robin. Saving the bird was a major conservation success story. Conservation in New Zealand has a history associated with both Māori and Europeans. Both groups of people caused a loss of species and both amended their behaviour after… …

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  • 11Don Merton — (left) with Dave Barker on Hauturu (Little Barrier Island) Born 22 February 1939(1939 02 22) Auckland, New Zealand …

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  • 12Nempnett Thrubwell — Coordinates: 51°20′16″N 2°40′47″W / 51.3379°N 2.6798°W / 51.3379; 2.6798 …

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  • 13Dick Barlow — Personal information Full name Richard Gorton Barlow Born 28 May 1851(1851 05 …

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  • 14Adlestrop — (formerly Titlestrop or Edestrop) is a village in the English county of Gloucestershire. It is known as Tedestrop in the Domesday Book.This small Gloucestershire village deep in the heart of the Cotswolds is renowned for its surrounding… …

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  • 15List of public houses in the United Kingdom — This is an incomplete list, which may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries. The following is a list of public houses in the United Kingdom. Contents 1 England 1 …

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  • 16Donald Bradman in popular culture — Don Bradman statue at the Adelaide Oval The appearances of former Australian cricketer Don Bradman in popular culture are many and varied. As a player, he first came to prominence during the 1928 29 season. His record breaking performances on the …

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  • 17Saul, Gloucestershire — Saul is a village in Gloucestershire, England. at the site of the junction of the Stroudwater Navigation and the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal.Deep in the heart of the Cotswolds the village is renowned for its surrounding countryside and fine… …

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  • 18Château de Brest — Coordinates: 48°22′53″N 4°29′41″W / 48.381256°N 4.494708°W / 48.381256; 4.494708 …

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  • 19Kylie Minogue — Este artículo trata sobre la cantante australiana. Para otros usos de este término, véase Kylie Minogue (álbum). «Kylie» redirige aquí. Para otras acepciones, véase Kylie (álbum). Kylie Minogue …

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  • 20August 10 — The term the 10th of August is widely used by historians as a shorthand for the Storming of the Tuileries Palace on the 10th of August, 1792, the effective end of the French monarchy until it was restored in 1814.Events*612 BC Killing of… …

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