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"William Alexander Massey (October 7, 1856 – March 5, 1914) was a United States Senator from Nevada. Born in Trumbull County, Ohio, he moved with his parents to Edgar County, Illinois in 1865. He attended the common schools, Union Christian College in Merom, Indiana, and the Indiana Asbury University (now De Pauw University) in Greencastle, Indiana. He studied law, and was admitted to the bar in 1877, commencing practice in Sullivan, Indiana. He moved to San Diego, California in 1886, and to Nevada in 1887, where he prospected and mined, and later took up the practice of law in Elko, Nevada. Massey was a member of the Nevada Assembly from 1892 to 1894, and was district attorney from 1894 to 1896. He was a justice of the Nevada Supreme Court from 1896 to 1902, when he resigned. He moved to Reno, Nevada and resumed the practice of law, and was appointed as a Republican to the United States Senate to fill the vacancy caused by the death of George S. Nixon by Governor Tasker Oddie. Massey served in the Senate from July 1, 1912 to January 29, 1913. He was defeated for election to the remainder of Nixon's term by Democrat Key Pittman. While in the Senate, he was chairman of the Committee on Mines and Mining. After his time in the Senate, he resumed the practice of law in Reno, and died on a train near Litchfield, Nevada in March 1914. His interment was in Mountain View Cemetery in Reno."
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"Lions is the sixth studio album by American rock band The Black Crowes. It was released in 2001 as their first album on V2 Records following their departure from Columbia, and is their only studio album to feature guitarist Audley Freed. Lions was recorded in New York City in January and February of that year, and was produced by Don Was. Bass guitar duties were shared by Rich Robinson and Was, as Greg Rzab had left the band and was not replaced until the tour that followed the release of the album. The album debuted on the Billboard 200 at its peak position of 20, selling more than 53,000 copies in its first week. Lions received mixed reviews; although the overall sound of the album generally garnered praise, a frequent complaint was the lack of \"memorable\" songs. The critics who rated Lions lowest considered it a poor imitation of the band's influences, such as Led Zeppelin. The band supported Lions with two North American tours (one with Oasis co-headlining), and a short tour of Europe and Japan in between. Soundboard recordings of several concerts were available for download to those who owned the album. Following the tour, the band went on hiatus until 2005."
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"Pirqa (Aymara and Quechua for wall, hispanicized spelling Pirca) is a mountain in the Wansu mountain range in the Andes of Peru, about 5,000 metres (16,404 ft) high. It is located in the Apurímac Region, Antabamba Province, Juan Espinoza Medrano District, and in the Ayacucho Region, Parinacochas Province, Coronel Castañeda District. Pirqa lies northwest of Lunq'u."
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"Cancer Prevention Research is a biweekly peer-reviewed medical journal covering oncology. It was established in 2008 and is published by the American Association for Cancer Research. The editor-in-chief is Scott Lippman (UC San Diego School of Medicine). According to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal has a 2014 impact factor of 4.444."
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"The Princeton University Chapel is located on that university's main campus in Princeton, New Jersey, United States. It replaces an older chapel that burned down in 1920. Designed in 1921 by Ralph Adams Cram in his signature Collegiate Gothic style, it was built by the university between 1924 and 1928 at a cost of $2.3 million. Martin Luther King, Jr., delivered a sermon there in 1960. The chapel was rededicated in an interfaith ceremony in 2002 following a major two-year restoration. Its size and design evoke a small cathedral of the English Middle Ages. The only university chapel of its size at the time it was built was King's College Chapel at the University of Cambridge. The foundation is poured concrete, and the superstructure is sandstone and limestone. The main sanctuary consists of a narthex, a gallery, a nave, two transepts joined by a crossing, and an elevated choir. The chapel's extensive iconography consists of stained glass, stonemasonry, and wood carvings. Among the stained glass are four \"great windows\", one facing each cardinal direction, and four \"Christian epic\" windows in the walls of the choir. The iconography was planned by Albert M. Friend, a faculty member in Princeton's Department of Art and Archaeology, with the goal of portraying, in one scholar's words, a \"synthesis between Christian faith and modern thought.\" The chapel seats almost 2,000 people. A nondenominational chapel, it hosts weekly ecumenical Christian services and daily Catholic Masses. It also hosts several annual special events, such as baccalaureate services and commencements."
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"Sistrurus catenatus edwardsii is a subspecies of venomous pitviper endemic to the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. In places its range overlaps that of S. c. tergeminus, and intergrading of the two subspecies is not unknown."
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"The 1st Battalion, 68th Armor Regiment (1–68 Armor) is a battalion of the 68th Armor Regiment, United States Army."
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"John Warren Davis (commonly known as J. Warren Davis) (March 4, 1867 – February 21, 1945) was a New Jersey politician and federal judge."
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"Alfrēds Hartmanis (November 1, 1881, Riga, Latvia - July 27, 1927, Riga, Latvia) was a Latvian chess player who won the Baltic Chess Congress in 1913."
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"The International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials, or IAPMO, coordinates the development and adaptation of plumbing, mechanical, swimming pool and solar energy codes to meet the specific needs of individual jurisdictions both in the United States and abroad. IAPMO develops and publishes the Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC); Uniform Mechanical Code (UMC); Uniform Swimming Pool, Spa and Hot Tub Code (USPSHTC); Uniform Solar Energy Code (USEC); and the Green Plumbing and Mechanical Code Supplement (GPMCS)."
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"The 31st Battalion (Alberta), CEF, was an infantry battalion of the Canadian Expeditionary Force during the Great War. The battalion was authorized on 7 November 1914 and embarked for Britain on 17 May 1915. On 18 September 1915 it disembarked in France, where it fought with the 6th Infantry Brigade, 2nd Canadian Division in France and Flanders until the end of the war. The battalion was disbanded on 30 August 1920. The battalion commander until late in the war was Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur Henry Bell of Calgary. On 17 May 1915, the battalion sailed for England on the RMS Carpathia, with a complement of 36 officers and 1033 other ranks. After initial training in England, the battalion fought in Belgium and France, and was often at the forefront of the fighting at St. Eloi Craters, the Ypres Salient, Vimy Ridge (Thélus Village), Fresnoy, the Somme, Passchendaele Village, the Battle of Amiens, the Battle of Arras, Drocourt-Quéant Switch, Valenciennes, Mons, and the occupation of the Rhine. The bulk of the battalion returned to Canada on the SS Cedric on 27 May 1919, and to Calgary on 1 June 1919. Through the course of World War I, the 31st Battalion suffered losses of 941 dead, and an additional 2,312 non-fatal casualties. A total of 4,487 men served in the battalion. The 31st Battalion recruited in Alberta and was mobilized at Calgary. The 31st battalion had three Officers Commanding: \n* Lt.-Col. A.H. Bell, DSO, 29 May 1915 – 23 April 1918 \n* Lt.-Col. E.S. Doughty, DSO, 23 April 1918 – 6 October 1918 \n* Lt.-Col. N. Spencer, DSO, 6 October 1918-Demobilization The 31st Battalion was awarded the following honours: \n* MOUNT SORREL \n* SOMME, 1916, ’18 \n* Flers-Courcelette \n* Thiepval \n* Ancre Heights \n* Ancre, 1916 \n* ARRAS, 1917, '18 \n* Vimy, 1917 \n* Arleux \n* Scarpe, 1917, '18 \n* HILL 70 \n* Ypres 1917 \n* Passchendaele \n* AMIENS \n* Drocourt-Quéant \n* HINDENBURG LINE \n* Canal du Nord \n* Cambrai, 1918 \n* PURSUIT TO MONS \n* FRANCE AND FLANDERS, 1915-18 The 31st Battalion (Alberta), CEF, is perpetuated by The South Alberta Light Horse. Perpetuation of the 31st Battalion was assigned to The Alberta Regiment in 1920. When this regiment split in two in 1924, both The South Alberta Regiment and The North Alberta Regiment carried the perpetuation. The North Albertas disbanded in 1936. The South Alberta Regiment merged into the South Alberta Light Horse (29th Armoured Regiment) in 1954."
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"Let It Ride is a Broadway musical based on the 1935 Broadway farce Three Men on a Horse by George Abbott. The musical, with book by Abram S. Ginnes and music and lyrics by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans, choreographer Onna White, assistant choreographer Eugene Louis Faccuito (Luigi), opened in New York City at the Eugene O'Neill Theater on October 12, 1961, and played 68 performances. The original production starred George Gobel, Sam Levene, Barbara Nichols, and the cast included Paula Stewart."
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"Agonopterix furvella is a moth of the Depressariidae family. It is found in France, Germany, Italy, Austria, the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Romania, Bulgaria, the Republic of Macedonia, Albania, Greece, Ukraine and Russia. The wingspan is 23–28 mm. The larvae feed on Dictamnus albus."
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"Dhadgaon (also known as Akrani or Akrani Mahal) is a tehsil in Talode subdivision of Nandurbar district, Maharashtra, India. The name Akrani is derived from a local queen \"Akka Rani\", Rani meaning queen in Marathi. Nandurbar district has five more tehsils viz. Akkalkuwa, Taloda, Shahada, Nandurbar and Navapur. The tehsil is surrounded by Madhya Pradesh state on north and east, Shahada and Talode tehsils on south and Akkalkuwa on west. Maharashtra State Highway 1 (MSH-1) passes through the tehsil along with Akkalkuwa and Shahada. The hill station and tourist attraction Toranmal is located in this tehsil."
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"Chamber of Commerce v. Whiting, 563 U.S. ___ (2011), is a decision by the Supreme Court of the United States that upheld an Arizona state law that punished businesses that hire illegal aliens."
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"Nicolas Coutelot (born 9 February 1977) is a retired professional male tennis player from France who reached a career-high singles ranking of World No. 87 in May 2002. He also failed a drugs test in 2004 and was suspended for two months (cannabis)."
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"Ashley Morris (born 6 May 1994) is a British speedway rider. Born in Wolverhampton, Morris took up speedway as a 12-year-old in 2006, initially on a 150cc bike, moving up to 500cc in 2008. He was included in the Scunthorpe Saints National League team in 2009 in the number eight position, and went on to average 5.56 from fifteen matches. Also in 2009, he won the British Under-15 Championship. In 2010 he joined Dudley Heathens and became a Wolverhampton Wolves asset. Towards the end of the 2010 season he was drafted into the Edinburgh Monarchs Premier League team, making 12 appearances at an average of 2.36 in the team that went on to become Premier League champions. He remained with Dudley and Edinburgh in 2011, but was released by Edinburgh towards the end of April, subsequently riding for Leicester Lions as a replacement for the injured John Oliver. With Dudley, he won both the National Shield and the National League Four-Team Championship in 2011. He rode for Dudley and Workington Comets in 2012. Morris was confirmed as captain of the Heathens for the 2013 season and was also named in the Comets team for 2013."
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"Ambassador International, a division of Emerald House Group, is a Christian publishing company founded in Belfast, Northern Ireland in 1980 by Samuel Lowry. In 1995, the United States office opened in Greenville, SC. Today, the UK office publishes an average of twenty-five titles per year and the US office publishes an average of sixty titles, including Christian fiction. Ambassador International published the last authorized biography of renowned gospel singer, George Beverly Shea. In 2013, Ambassador published Healing Hearts: A leading pediatric heart surgeon learns about the journey from grief to life from these inspiring mothers of his lost patients, with foreword by former US Surgeon General C. Everett Koop, MD. The book was written by pediatric heart surgeon Dr. Hisashi Nikaidoh, known for the procedure that carries his name. Dr. Nikaidoh wrote the book about his experience of losing his son Hitoshi in a sudden accident in August of 2003. Other notable Ambassador International authors include Holly Durst, contestant of the reality show The Bachelor: Season 12 and winner of Bachelor Pad Season 2. Durst's children's book Chocolate Socks was published in March 2012. William (Bill) Renje, author of A Chosen Bullet: A Broken Man's Triumph Through Faith and Sports, won a gold medal in wheelchair rugby in the 1996 Summer Paralympics and the 2000 Summer Paralympics. Husband and wife authors Elizabeth and Kevin Morrisey wrote the book God's Lineup: Testimonies of Major League Baseball Players , which features several well-known players including Landon Powell, Trot Nixon, Stephen Drew and Matt Diaz. Ambassador International published missionary David Sitton's book Reckless Abandon: A Gospel pioneer's exploits among the most difficult to reach peoples in 2011, re-releasing the title with new content in 2013. Well-known preacher and theologian Dr. John Piper endorsed the book. The book is dedicated to David's niece Makayla Sitton who, along with three other family members, was killed on Thanksgiving night 2009."
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"Catrin Maria Nilsmark (born 30 August 1967) is a Swedish professional golfer who played on both the United States based LPGA Tour and the Ladies European Tour."
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"Axel Reinhold Ståhle (1 February 1891 – 21 November 1987) was a Swedish Army officer and horse rider who competed in the 1924 Summer Olympics. He and his horse Cecil finished seventh in the individual jumping event and won a gold medal with the Swedish jumping team. Ståhle became cavalry captain (ryttmästare) in the reserve in 1928."
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"The Mall Wood Green is a large shopping centre and residential complex in Wood Green, north London. It is generally still referred to by its former name of Wood Green Shopping City; the signage on the building still uses that name. The Mall is the largest shopping centre within the North Circular, with just over 100 retail shops, seven of them anchor stores, 45 market stalls, and an average of 221,000 customers per week. The centre and the adjoining shops on Wood Green High Road constitute the commercial hub of Haringey and its surrounding areas."
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"The A412 is a road in England that links Slough and Watford. It was the main artery for this corridor, and continued to St Albans prior to the construction of the M25 but the A405 came and took it over. It provides interchange to the A40/M40 at the Denham Roundabout, the M25 in Maple Cross, the A404 in Rickmansworth, and the A41 in Watford. The road links to the Watford Ring Road, and passes through the town centre, partially a grade separated dual carriageway."
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"Werner Otto Sanne (5 April 1889 – 26 September 1952) was a German general (Generalleutnant) in the Wehrmacht during World War II who commanded several divisions. He was a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross, awarded by Nazi Germany to recognise extreme battlefield bravery or successful military leadership. Sanne commanded the 34th Infantry Division from May to November 1940, having earlier been in charge of the 193rd Replacement Division, which served to control replacement units undergoing training. In December 1940, he was appointed commander of the 100th Light Infantry Division, which had just been formed in Vienna. His new command fought entirely on the Eastern Front, firstly in the Ukraine and later in 1942, as part of the 6th Army, at Stalingrad. Promoted to generalleutnant (lieutenant general) in April 1942, shortly before the division was redesignated as the 100th Jäger Division, he surrendered to the Soviet troops in January 1943 at the conclusion of the Battle of Stalingrad. He died in captivity in 1952."
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"The 2012 West Lothian Council election took place on 3 May 2012 to elect members of West Lothian Council. The election will use the 9 wards created as a result of the Local Governance (Scotland) Act 2004, with each ward electing three or four Councillors using the single transferable vote system a form of proportional representation, with 33 Councillors being elected. The Bathgate Ward gained an additional seat for the 2012 elections. The election saw Labour remain the largest party on the Council as they gained 2 seats. The Scottish National Party also made 2 net gains and significantly increased their vote share, outpolling Labour in terms of votes cast. The Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party retained their single seat on the Council and so to did the Independents. The Action to Save St. John's Hospital group were completely wiped out from the authority losing all of their 3 seats. Following the election the Labour formed a minority administration with the support of the Conservative and Independent Councillors. This replaced the SNP minority administration which had been supported by the Conservative and Action to Save St. John's Hospital group Councillors from 2007-2012."
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"Grand Arena is located south of Bucharest in Berceni district, at the crossroad between Turnu Măgurele Street, Metalurgiei Boulevard and Gilăului Road, in the proximity of a large do-it-yourself store and cash and carry. Grand Arena Shopping Mall is anchored by Carrefour Hypermarket and it is served by an underground parking lot with approximately 2,000 car places."
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"Mynonebra diversa is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Pascoe in 1864."
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"This article lists the comprehensive discography of the British gothic metal band Paradise Lost."
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"Henry Howard, 12th Earl of Suffolk, 5th Earl of Berkshire, KG, PC (16 May 1739 – 7 March 1779) was a British politician, styled Viscount Andover from 1756 to 1757. Educated at Eton and Magdalen College, Oxford, he succeeded his grandfather as Earl of Suffolk in 1757. He was awarded a MA degree from Oxford in 1759 and a DCL degree in 1761. He was High Steward of Malmesbury from 1763 to 1767, and Deputy Earl Marshal from 1763 to 1765. On 25 May 1764, he married Hon. Maria Constantia Hampden-Trevor, daughter of Robert Hampden-Trevor, 1st Viscount Hampden, who died on 7 February 1767 giving birth to their only child: \n* Maria Constantia Howard (7 February 1767 – 21 July 1775) In 1771, he was appointed a Privy Counsellor (PC) and briefly served as Lord Privy Seal before becoming Secretary of State for the Northern Department under Lord North from 1771 to 1779. In this capacity he secured the use of Hessian and Hanoverian mercenaries to help suppress the American Revolution. In the same capacity he helped to secure the survival of Sweden as an independent nation by counteracting Russia's plan to undo the Revolution of Gustavus III in 1772. He was made a Knight of the Garter (KG) in 1778. On 14 August 1777, Suffolk married Lady Charlotte Finch, daughter of Heneage Finch, 3rd Earl of Aylesford, by whom he had two children: \n* George Howard, Viscount Andover (September 1778 – 27 December 1778) \n* Henry Howard, 13th Earl of Suffolk (8 August 1779 – 10 August 1779) He died on 7 March 1779; his posthumous son Henry succeeded him for two days in August. He is buried in Charlton Church, Wiltshire, together with his first wife."
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"Daniel Anthony Hinton (May 24, 1953 – June 1, 1994) was a Canadian former professional ice hockey forward. He was drafted by the Chicago Black Hawks in the fifth round, 77th overall, of the 1973 NHL Amateur Draft. He was also drafted by the Houston Aeros in the seventh round, 87th overall, of the 1973 WHA Amateur Draft; however, he never played in the World Hockey Association. Hinton played fourteen National Hockey League games with the Black Hawks in the 1976–77 season, scoring no points."
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"Joseph Darnand (19 March 1897 – 10 October 1945) was a French soldier, leader of the Vichy French collaborators with Nazi Germany and a Waffen-SS officer."
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"The Roman Catholic Diocese of Marbel (Lat: Dioecesis Marbelianus) is a Roman Rite diocese of the Latin Church of the Catholic Church in the Philippines."
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"Afzal Ansari (born 14 August 1953) is an Indian politician belonging to the Quami Ekta Dal. He Won 2004 General Lok Sabha Election on Samajwadi Party Ticket from Ghazipur, Uttar Pradesh. Also Contested 2009 General Election on Bahujan Samaj Party Ticket from Ghazipur, Uttar Pradesh But Lost to Samajwadi Party Radhey Mohan Singh. He is currently Secretary-General of Quami Ekta Dal. He is a younger brother of Sibagatullah Ansari and elder brother of Mukhtar Ansari."
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"The Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library is a branch of the Denver Public Library in Denver, Colorado, in the United States that serves the Five Points neighborhood. It is also a research library with collections focusing on the history of African Americans in Denver and the American West. The library was conceived by Denver's first African American mayor, Wellington Webb, and his wife Wilma Webb, who observed that the history of African-Americans in Denver and the American West was under-represented. The library was envisioned in 1999 and designated the Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library in honor of Omar Blair, the first black president of the Denver school board, and Elvin Caldwell, the first black city council member. Ground breaking occurred in early 2002. The 40,000 square foot library contains three floors: The first level is a full-service branch library of the Denver Public Library with an entry gallery and exhibition and coffee bar areas; conference, meeting, and study rooms; and a collection of more than 35,000 books, magazines, and audiovisual materials in English and Spanish. The second level houses collection archives and a research library including video and audio histories and listening and viewing areas; papers and doctoral theses on microfilm; a research area and study space; archival storage space; and a gallery for programs by musicians, artists, and scholars. The third level is a museum that houses exhibits about the history of African Americans in Denver and in the Western United States. The exhibits include the desk that Wellington Webb used during his term as Denver's mayor."
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"The 525th Military Intelligence Brigade (Expeditionary) is a unit of the United States Army specializing in the acquisition and analysis of information with potential military value. On 28 October 2014, the unit was reflagged from the \"525th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade\" to an expeditionary military intelligence brigade, the first of its kind."
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"Kachess Lake is a lake and reservoir along the course of the Kachess River in Washington state, US. The upper part of the lake, north of a narrows, is called Little Kachess Lake. The Kachess River flows into the lake from the north, and out from the south. Kachess Lake is the middle of the three large lakes which straddle Interstate 90 north of the Yakima River in the Cascade Range. The other two are Cle Elum Lake, the easternmost which is also north of I-90 and Keechelus Lake, the westernmost, which is south of I-90. Kachess Lake is part of the Columbia River basin, the Kachess River being a tributary of the Yakima River, which is tributary to the Columbia River. The lake is used as a storage reservoir for the Yakima Project, an irrigation project run by the United States Bureau of Reclamation. Although a natural lake, Kachess Lake's capacity and discharge is controlled by Kachess Dam, a 115-foot (35 m) high earthfill structure built in 1912. As a storage reservoir, Kachess Lake's active capacity is 239,000 acre feet (295,000,000 m3). The name Kachess comes from an Indian term meaning \"more fish\", in contrast to Keechelus Lake, whose name means \"few fish\"."
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"Tundama (15th century - Duitama, late December 1539) was a cacique of the Muisca Confederation, a loose confederation of different rulers of the Muisca who inhabited the central highlands (Altiplano Cundiboyacense) of the Colombian Andes. The city of Tundama, currently known as Duitama and part of the Tundama Province, Boyacá, were named after the cacique. Tundama ruled over the northernmost territories of the Muisca, submitted last by the Spanish conquistadores. Tundama was killed late December 1539 with a large hammer by Spanish conquistador Baltasar Maldonado. His successor, Don Juan was killed shortly after, ending the reign of the Muisca in the New Kingdom of Granada, the name for present-day Colombia and Venezuela in the Spanish Empire. Knowledge about Tundama has been compiled by scholar Lucas Fernández de Piedrahita."
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"A spruce is a tree of the genus Picea /paɪˈsiːə/, a genus of about 35 species of coniferous evergreen trees in the Family Pinaceae, found in the northern temperate and boreal (taiga) regions of the earth. Spruces are large trees, from about 20–60 metres (about 60–200 feet) tall when mature, and can be distinguished by their whorled branches and conical form. The needles, or leaves, of spruce trees are attached singly to the branches in a spiral fashion, each needle on a small peg-like structure. The needles are shed when 4–10 years old, leaving the branches rough with the retained pegs (an easy means of distinguishing them from other similar genera, where the branches are fairly smooth). Spruces are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera (moth and butterfly) species; see list of Lepidoptera that feed on spruces. They are also used by the larvae of gall adelgids (Adelges species). In the mountains of western Sweden scientists have found a Norway spruce tree, nicknamed Old Tjikko, which by reproducing through layering has reached an age of 9,550 years and is claimed to be the world's oldest known living tree."
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"Taku Bridge as is a suspension bridge currently under construction near Lijiang, Yunnan, China. Once complete the bridge, at 512 m (1,680 ft), will be the highest in the world. The bridge will form part of the G4216 Chengdu–Lijiang Expressway carrying traffic over the Jinsha River. The bridge construction began in 2014 and it is expected to open in 2018. The main span of the bridge will be 1,190 m (3,900 ft) making it one of the longest ever built."
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"Sugarloaf Reservoir is a reservoir at Christmas Hills north-east of Melbourne. It was completed in 1981. Its total capacity is 96 GL. As of April 21, 2016 the reservoir sits at 62.5% of capacity. Sugarloaf reached 100% capacity in 2006. It had dropped to nearly 10% by May 2009 but rose to approximately 80% late in the same year. In February 2010, the North South Pipeline from the Goulburn River was connected to the reservoir. It is operated by Melbourne Water."
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"Derek Lamont Anderson (born July 18, 1974) is an American former professional basketball player. Anderson is a graduate of Doss High School and was a Kentucky All-Star. Anderson played college basketball at the Ohio State University and the University of Kentucky. In 1996, Anderson helped the University of Kentucky win the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship as part of a team that featured nine future NBA players under their coach Rick Pitino. Anderson went on to graduate from the University of Kentucky in 1997 with a degree in pharmacy. He was first selected by the Cleveland Cavaliers as the 13th overall pick to the 1997 NBA draft, despite missing much of his second senior season at Kentucky due to a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). He played for Cleveland from 1997–1999. On Aug. 4, 1999 he was traded by the Cleveland Cavaliers along with Johnny Newman to the L.A. Clippers for Lamond Murray. Anderson was ranked 7th in the NBA in free throw percentage (.877) in 1999–2000. Anderson's NBA career was plagued by injuries. In the 2004–2005 season he only played in 8 of the final 42 games for the Portland Trail Blazers, and missed similar numbers of games in prior seasons. On August 3, 2005, he was the first player in the league waived using the so-called \"luxury tax amnesty clause\" of the 2005 NBA collective bargaining agreement. He would sign with the Houston Rockets as a free agent before being traded to the Miami Heat in exchange for Gerald Fitch. The Heat would win the 2006 NBA Finals in six games after defeating the Dallas Mavericks to give Anderson his first championship. Anderson was waived by Heat on September 12, 2006, prior to the beginning of the 2006–07 season. Several weeks later, on November 28, he signed with the Charlotte Bobcats."
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"Osmoderma is a genus of beetle in family Scarabaeidae. It contains the following species: \n* Osmoderma brevipenne \n* Osmoderma caelestis \n* Osmoderma coriarium \n* Osmoderma cristinae \n* Osmoderma dallieri \n* Osmoderma davidis \n* Osmoderma eremicola \n* Osmoderma eremita – Hermit Beetle \n* Osmoderma italicum \n* Osmoderma lassallei \n* Osmoderma opicum \n* Osmoderma richteri \n* Osmoderma scabra \n* Osmoderma sikhotense \n* Osmoderma subplanata"
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"The discography of Lisa Lopes, an American hip-hop rapper and singer-songwriter, consists of one studio album, one cancelled album, one posthumous album, three singles and one solo music video."
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"The Shafat Glacier is a 14 kilometres (9 mi) long glacier in the north eastern Himalayan Range situated 85 kilometres (53 mi) south from Kargil and 294 kilometres (183 mi) east from Srinagar on the right side of Kargil Zanskar Road in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The Shafat Glacier gives rise to the two mountain peaks of Nun and Kun which have the elevation of more than 6800 meters, and it provides a base to climb these mountain peaks. It lies at an average elevation of 4400 meters. The melt waters add to the flow of the Suru River which is a tributary of the Indus River. The Shafat Glacier is a broken, ice falling glacier melting at an alarming rate due to the Global warming,"
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"The 2010 Chicago Cardinals season was the third season for the Continental Indoor Football League (CIFL) franchise, but the team's first as the Chicago Cardinals after relocating from Milwaukee where they were known as the Milwaukee Bonecrushers. The Cardinals were able to finish the season with an 0-10 record, and failed to qualify for the playoffs.The Cardinals replaced the Slaughter in the CIFL, after the Slaughter left that league for the IFL due to a dispute with CIFL management. The Cardinals were formerly known as the Milwaukee Bonecrushers, also of the CIFL, and relocated to Villa Park in 2010. The Cardinals use their name with permission from the original National Football League team, now known as the Arizona Cardinals. The Cardinals only season was one of utter disappointment. After starting 0-2, they signed Kicker Julie Harshbarger, the 2nd female Kicker in the CIFL history. (The other being Katie Hnida of the Fort Wayne FireHawks) After a successful soccer career at Benedictine University and Rockford College, where she was named to several all-conference teams. Well Harshbarger was not the first woman to score a point in an indoor football game, but she was the first woman ever to score a field goal in an indoor football game. After a 20-58 loss on May 22, and seeing their record drop to 0-8, the Cardinals let several of their best players, including the All-Purpose Player of the Year (Brandon Wogoman), leave the team for the nearby, and contending, Wisconsin Wolfpack."
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"John \"Jack\" Hirst (c. 1936 – 19 October 2012 in Wakefield) was a professional rugby league footballer of the 1950s and '60s playing at representative level for Yorkshire, and at club level for Hunslet, Castleford, Wakefield Trinity (Heritage #759), Bradford Northern, Bramley, and Oulton Miners Welfare (now named Oulton Raiders) as a Prop, i.e. number 8 or 10, during the era of contested scrums."
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"\"MoneyGrabber\" is a song by American band Fitz and The Tantrums from their debut 2010 studio album, Pickin' Up the Pieces. The song was released as an official single by Dangerbird Records on August 15, 2011. The song was used in the 2013 commercial for New Amsterdam Vodka."
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"Wirral Christian Centre is a church on Woodchurch Road, Birkenhead, Wirral, Merseyside, England. It is an active Elim Pentecostal Church. The church building, originally Oxton Road Congregational Church, is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II listed building."
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"Antonio Rodríguez Medero (1712 - April 10, 1760) was the mayor of San Antonio, Texas in 1741. He was one of the first settlers of San Antonio and, in addition, the one who laid the foundation for the creation of the first \"heritage of water\" (privates water galleries that pass from generation to generation and that was developed in the Canary Islands) in United States, as well as the architect of the construction of several canals to irrigate the lands of the Canarian settlers in San Antonio. These heritage of water would serve as a model for all those that were created later in San Antonio."
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"The Ikeja City Mall is a mall located at Alausa in Ikeja, Lagos State. It is the first of its kind on the Mainland of Metropolitan Lagos. There is a silverbird cinema in the mall."
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"Ayano Matsumoto (松本 彩乃 Matsumoto Ayano, born February 4, 1988 in Aomori Prefecture), known by her stage name Ayano Niina (新名 彩乃 Niina Ayano), is a Japanese voice actress affiliated with I'm Enterprise."
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"Roberto Baronio (born 11 December 1977 in Manerbio) is a retired Italian football midfielder who currently works as a manager. He played in the position of deep-lying playmaker, where excelled due to his technical ability, vision, passing, and physical attributes, despite his lack of pace; he also possessed an accurate shot from distance and he was an accurate set-piece taker. Despite his talent, he failed to live up to his potential later in his career."
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"Harvard is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts. The town is located 25 miles west-northwest of Boston, in eastern Massachusetts. A farming community settled in 1658 and incorporated in 1732, it has been home to several non-traditional communities, such as Harvard Shaker Village and the utopian Transcendentalist center Fruitlands. Today it is an affluent residential town noted for its excellent public schools, with its students consistently ranking in the state's top ten test results in English and math. The population was 6,520 at the 2010 census."
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"Sir Thomas Mun (17 June 1571 – 21 July 1641) was an English writer on economics and is often referred to as the last of the early mercantilists. Most notably, he is known for serving as the director of the East India Company. Due to his strong belief in the state and his prior experience as a merchant, Mun took on a prominent role during the economic depression which began in 1620. To defend the East India Company and to regain England's economic stability, Mun published A Discourse of Trade from England unto the East-Indies. Through mercantilist principles, Mun created a proposed set of \"means to enrich a kingdom\" which centred on ensuring that exports exceeded imports. In other words, Mun advocated for achieving a positive balance of trade which would cause England's wealth to steadily increase. Thomas Mun is also widely considered to be a sophisticated thinker and has become a hugely important part of the history of economic theory."
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"Danielle Poleschuk (born 23 January 1986 in Winnipeg, Manitoba) is a Canadian freestyle skier. She competed at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver in the women's ski cross competition and was eliminated in the 1/8 round. Poleschuk was a Calgary resident as of early 2010."
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"Ivan Lapčević (Иван Лапчевић, born 26 March 1976 in Kruševac, Serbia) is a former Serbian handball player, playing as left back for F.C Barcelona, Gummersbach, MKB Veszprem. He now works as a sports manager. In 2010, he joined Spanish team Puerto Sagunto. In 2011, he joined Italian div. 2 team Romagna."
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"Aelia Sophia (c. 530 – c./aft. 601) was the Empress consort of Justin II of the Byzantine Empire from 565 to 578. She was specifically interested in economic matters and was involved in financial matters during Justin's reign. During his bouts of insanity, she acted as regent."
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"Saint Gildard or Gildardus, also known as Saint Godard or Godardus (c. 448 – c. 525), was the Bishop of Rouen from 488 to 525. He is venerated as a saint of the Roman Catholic Church, and the missal of the Sarum Rite refers to him as a confessor."
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"Freedom From is a Minneapolis, Minnesota based record label which primarily focuses on the international noise underground genre. The label was founded in 1996 with its first official release by a San Francisco three-piece named Job. Up until early 1998, the labels focus was singularly cassettes, with the most well-known being the infamous Thurston Moore/Beck/Tom Surgal cassette. During the course of its primary existence, FF often released either the first or first widely available release by many bands, including Jason Lescalleet, Hair Police, Sightings, No Doctors, Milovan Srdenovic, Violent Ramp, Reynols and many more. Freedom From was also one of the first entities to book and promote shows nationally for experimental/weird bands from 2001-2004, including the first major tours for bands like Wolf Eyes, Sightings, No Doctors, Hair Police, Mammal, Nautical Almanac and more. Freedom From also helped bring to prominence the last years of the infamous Church venue in Minneapolis, bringing bands like Animal Collective, Coachwhips, Wolf Eyes, Numbers, 25 Suaves, Glass Candy, Chromatics and many more for their first ever shows in the Twin Cities area. Finally, Freedom From is also known for the De Stijl/Freedom From and End Times Festivals, bringing in artists like Tony Conrad, The Boredoms, XBXRX, NNCK, Gang Gang Dance, Zip Code Rapists, Borbetomags, Smegma, Burning Star Core, Devendra Banhart, Arthur Doyle and many more. Since 2006, the label has released very few releases, and has booked even fewer shows. However, 2012 has seen a significant increase in FF activities, and a bevy of new releases and shows are due for release in October, 2012. The label is maintained to this day by founder and CEO Matthew St-Germaine. Freedom From is best known for its eschewing of conventional record business tactics in favor of an absolute aestheticizing of experience. Freedom From's catalog includes a wildly diverse sampling of the fringes of artistic and sonic exploration."
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"Enrico Kölling (occasionally spelled Enrico Koelling or Enrico Kolling) (born 27 February 1990) is a German light heavyweight boxer, fighting out of German capital Berlin, his hometown."
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"Mutiny on the Bunny is a Looney Tunes cartoon short starring Bugs Bunny, directed by Friz Freleng and released by Warner Brothers studios in 1950. The cartoon was made in 1948 but not released until 1950. It features Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam as \"Shanghai Sam\". It is one of three nautical-themed shorts with Sam as a pirate, along with Buccaneer Bunny (1947) and Captain Hareblower (1954). The title is a reference to the film Mutiny on the Bounty."
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"Ellen Perez (born 10 October 1995) is an Australian tennis player. Perez has won one title on the ITF circuit, and her career high rankings in singles and doubles are 585 and 400 respectively. Perez made her WTA debut at the 2016 Australian Open, competing in the main draw of the doubles tournament with Belinda Woolcock; however, they lost in the first round to Jessica Moore and Storm Sanders. She has been attending the University of Georgia since 2014."
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"The Boston Opera House is a performing arts venue located at 539 Washington St. in Boston, Massachusetts. Originally built as a movie palace, it opened on October 29, 1928 and was rededicated in 1980 as a home for the Opera Company of Boston. Completely restored in 2004, the theater currently serves as the home of the Boston Ballet and also presents touring Broadway shows."
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"The Navajo Nation Council is the legislative branch of the Navajo Nation Government. The Council meets at the Navajo Nation Council Chamber in Window Rock, Arizona. Councilors are chosen through direct election. The Council is composed of 24 district councilors who represent 110 municipal chapters within the three states of Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah which comprise the the Navajo Nation Tribal Government. The council meets four times a year with additional special sessions held in the Navajo Nation Council Chamber and member offices at the Navajo Nation Governmental Campus at Window Rock, AZ. The council delegates represent individual districts composed of clustered chapters. Delegates to the Council must be members of the Navajo Nation and be at least twenty five years of age. The Council selects a Speaker, chosen from among all councilors, to preside over the day-to-day functions of the Council for a two year term."
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"Suzy Spafford, also known as Suzy Spafford Lidstrom (born 1945), is an American cartoonist best known for drawing whimsical animal characters. Her \"Suzy's Zoo\" line of greeting cards, stickers, stationery, calendars, and similar products is sold in thousands of stores all over the world. She has also written several dozen books for children, including the Tales from Duckport series."
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"The Golden Triangle Festival was a golf tournament on the LPGA Tour, played only in 1959. It was played at the PGA National Golf Club in Dunedin, Florida. Beverly Hanson won the event."
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"Monica Marie Márquez (born 1969) is an associate justice of the Colorado Supreme Court. Previously a Deputy Colorado Attorney General, she was appointed by Governor Bill Ritter to the Supreme Court in 2010 to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Chief Justice Mary Mullarkey. She was sworn in on December 10, 2010."
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"Robin Figren (born March 7, 1988) is a professional Swedish ice hockey player. He is currently playing for the Frölunda HC in the Swedish Hockey League. Figren was selected 70th overall in the third round of the 2006 NHL Entry Draft by the New York Islanders."
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"The discography of Italian singer Giusy Ferreri consists of four studio albums, two compilation albums, one extended play, twenty-three singles—including six as a featured artist—and thirteen music videos. Giusy Ferreri debuted in May 2005, with the release of the single \"Il party\", which failed to achieve commercial success. In 2008 she finished as the runner-up of the first series of Italian talent show X Factor.Shortly after the end of the competition, she released the single \"Non ti scordar mai di me\" and the extended play with the same title, which sold over 300,000 copies in Italy. Ferreri's first studio album, Gaetana, was released in November 2008, preceded by the single \"Novembre\". According to Musica e Dischi, the album sold in excess of 700,000 copies in Italy. Gaetana also spawned the singles \"Stai fermo lì\" and \"La scala (The Ladder)\", and it was also successful in Greece, where it was certified platinum by IFPI. In 2009, Ferreri recorded and released the album Fotografie, entirely composed of covers of both Italian and international songs. The album was preceded by the single \"Ma il cielo è sempre più blu\", a recording of Rino Gaetano's 1975 hit. \"Come pensi possa amarti\" and \"Il mare verticale\" were simultaneously released as additional singles from Fotografie, while the album's final single was a posthumous duet with Luigi Tenco, \"Ciao amore ciao\". In 2011, Ferreri competed in 61st Sanremo Music Festival, performing the song \"Il mare immenso\", which later became a gold-selling single in Italy. The song launched her third studio album, Il mio universo, released by Sony Music in February of the same year.Three years later, Ferreri returned to compete in the 64th edition of the contest. Among her entries, \"L'amore possiede il bene\" and \"Ti porto a cena con me\", the latter reached the final of the contest and was chosen as the lead single from her fourth studio album, L'attesa. In 2015, she appeared as a featured artist on Baby K's \"Roma-Bangkok\", which became the best-selling single of the year. The song was later included in Ferreri's Hits, which was also preceded by the single \"Volevo te\", certified platinum by the Federation of the Italian Music Industry."
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"In the Battle of Castalla (21 July 1812) a small Spanish army commanded by Joseph O'Donnell advanced to attack an Imperial French division under the leadership of Jean Isidore Harispe. O'Donnell's battle plan was poorly conceived and the outnumbered French smashed his center column before his right and left wings could intervene. The engagement occurred during the Peninsular War, part of the Napoleonic Wars. The battle was fought near Castalla, 32 kilometres (20 mi) north-west of Alicante, Spain."
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"Ronald J. Torgalski is the current head baseball coach for the University at Buffalo. During his nine seasons as coach of the Bulls, he has compiled an overall record of 182–296."
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"Aidai and since 1992 Naujasis Židinys-Aidai (literally: Echoes and New Fireplace-Echoes) is a magazine about Lithuanian culture and literature. It was established in Munich, Germany, as a successor of the traditions of Naujoji Romuva and Židinys magazines published in interbellum Lithuania. Since 1992, Aidai is published monthly in Lithuania. In 1949, the editorial staff moved to the United States. Around that time the first articles about politics and society appeared. In 1953, the politics section was canceled. Among notable authors of the time were Kazys Bradūnas and Juozas Girnius. First it was published monthly. It reduced publication to six times a year in 1982 and to four times a year in 1986. After Lithuania regained independence the magazine moved back to Lithuania in 1992. Here it merged with Naujasis Židinys and was renamed to Naujasis Židinys-Aidai. In 1994, publishing house Aidai was established, publishing magazines and books."
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"Android 18 (Japanese: 人造人間18号 Hepburn: Jinzōningen Jū Hachi Gō, lit. \"Artificial Human #18\") is a fictional character in the Dragon Ball manga series created by Akira Toriyama. She and her brother, Android 17, were forcibly turned into cyborgs by Dr. Gero to serve his vendetta against Goku. The present-timeline version of the character has very little to no interest in fulfilling Gero's orders and becomes a supporting character in the series. In the alternate-timeline, Android 18 is a ruthless killer that has a reign of terror along with Android 17 over Earth that last for twenty years until they are destroyed by Trunks."
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"The coxed eights was one of the competitions in the Rowing at the 1900 Summer Olympics events in Paris. It was held on 25 August and 26 August 1900. 5 boats, involving 46 rowers from 5 nations, competed."
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"Steamcon was one of the largest steampunk conventions/symposia in the United States. Located in the Seattle area of Washington state, Steamcon held its first symposium in 2009. Steamcon grew out of the desire of its founders to host a steampunk event in greater Seattle. The idea to start the event was hatched at the local science fiction convention Norwescon in 2008 when multiple people expressed an interest to hold an event devoted exclusively to steampunk. Although the idea for a Seattle area Steampunk convention referred to as SteamCon was first used as the basis for a panel at Anglicon 6 in Seattle in May 1993."
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"University College Utrecht (UCU) is an international Honors College of Utrecht University (UU). UCU is a selective liberal arts, undergraduate college of 700 students within Utrecht University. Located between the two UU sites, Uithof and City Center, it has its own residential campus in the city of Utrecht, the Netherlands. The language of instruction is English."
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"Jonas Rasmussen (born 28 October 1977 in Aarhus) is a male badminton player from Denmark."
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"Edward Prentiss Costigan (July 1, 1874 – January 17, 1939) was a Democratic Party politician who represented Colorado in the United States Senate from 1931 until 1937. He was a founding member of the Progressive Party in Colorado in 1912."
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"Ernesto Emilio Duchini (November 10, 1910 – March 19, 2006) was an Argentine footballer and later a football coach. He was part of the coaching team that led Argentina to the FIFA World Youth Championship in 1979. Duchini was born in the Barrio Norte district of Buenos Aires on November 10, 1910, at a young age his family moved to Chacarita where he joined the youth team of Chacarita Juniors in 1922. He made his debut in 1928 and played for the club until his retirement in 1938. After retiring as a player Duchini became a coach, he took charge of Chacarita Juniors in 1939 and in 1941 he led the team to the Argentine 2nd Division championship. he stayed with the club until 1943. During the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s he worked as a youth coach at San Lorenzo, Racing Club, River Plate and Independiente. In 1954 he was appointed youth coach for the Argentina national team, a position he held for 20 years. During his reign he won the Pan American Games in 1955 and 1959. In 1974 he became assessor of youth development, a position he held until 1994. He was part of the coaching team that led the Argentina under 20 team to their first World Youth Championship in 1979. Duchini died on March 19, 2006 at the age of 95 in the Pirovano Hospital, he is buried in the La Chacarita Cemetery."
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"The 1963 Northwestern Wildcats team was an American football team that represented Northwestern University during the 1963 college football season. In their eighth year under head coach Ara Parseghian, the Wildcats compiled a 5–4 record (3–4 against conference opponents) and finished in a tie for fifth place in the Big Ten Conference. The team's offensive leaders were quarterback Tom Myers with 1,398 passing yards, Willie Stinson with 368 rushing yards, and Gary Crum with 417 receiving yards."
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"Sonic Advance 2 (ソニックアドバンス2 Sonikku Adobansu Tsū) is a 2002 handheld platform video game developed by Dimps and Sonic Team, and published in Japan by Sega, in North America by THQ, and in Europe by Infogrames for the Game Boy Advance. The game was released in Japan on December 19, 2002, in North America on March 9, 2003, and in PAL Regions on March 28, 2003. It is the sequel to Sonic Advance, and is based on a modified version of its game engine. Gameplay consists of the player defeating \"zones\" as one of five unlockable characters, each with their own unique attributes. After each zone is completed, the player faces Doctor Eggman, the story's antagonist, in a boss battle. The game was later released on the Wii U's Virtual Console in Japan in February 2016."
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"Samira Amirova (born 2 April 1998) is an Uzbekistani group rhythmic gymnast. She represents her nation at international competitions. She competed at world championships, including at the 2014 and 2015 World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships."
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"Barygenys flavigularis is a species of frog in the Microhylidae family.It is endemic to Papua New Guinea, known from several localities in the mountains around Wau.Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist montane forests. The population is unknown but is considered locally abundant and occurs in Mount Kaindi Wildlife Management Area."
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"El Monstero is an American, St. Louis based, Pink Floyd tribute band. Consisting of musicians from several bands, they have been recreating the music of Pink Floyd in the Midwest since 1999. Created by members of the band Stir (Kevin Gagnepain, Brad Booker, Andy Schmidt) and singer Mark Quinn, El Monstero has become recognized as a holiday tradition with many St. Louisans, with 5 to 7 shows at The Pageant Theater selling out every Christmas season. The first El Monstero Pink Floyd tribute show was held November 27, 1999 at Mississippi Nights. Recently, the band has added shows in Kansas City and Springfield, MO in January and a summer show in St. Louis in various large venues, including Jefferson Barracks Military Post in 2011, Verizon Wireless Amphitheater (later Hollywood Casino Amphitheater) in 2012, 2013 and 2015, and Art Hill in Forest Park in 2014. The band also finds time to give back to the community. In 2014, they donated all proceeds from their Sunday evening show at the Pageant to local non-profit Crisis Aid International. One aspect of an El Monstero production is its size, sometimes utilizing upwards of 75 people to help complete the bands' vision of an authentic Pink Floyd concert. The setlist always contains selections from albums such as The Wall, The Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here and Animals, but also can include tracks such as \"Free Four\", \"Fearless\" and \"Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun\". St. Louis-based filmmaker Mark Halski has dedicated his time and energy to bring forth El Monstero: The Movie. Inspired by his first El Mon concert experience, Halski began production in 2013 and was in post production as of August 2015. The 2016 band lineup is as follows: \n* Mark Thomas Quinn - vocals, guitar, lap steel \n* Jimmy Griffin - vocals, guitar \n* Kevin Gagnepain - bass, background vocals \n* John Pessoni - drums, background vocals \n* Bryan Greene - guitar \n* Bill Reiter - keyboards, background vocals \n* Jake Elking - keyboards \n* And featuring Ermine Cannon, Tandra Williams and Mindy Mierek on background vocals, and Dave Farver on saxophone."
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"The Boston, Revere Beach and Lynn Railroad was a 3 ft (914 mm) narrow gauge passenger-carrying short line railroad between East Boston and Lynn, Massachusetts from 1875 to 1940."
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"The Magdalena tinamou, Crypturellus erythropus saltuarius, is a member of one of the most ancient bird families, the tinamous. It is endemic to the Magdalena River Valley in Colombia, and has been considered possibly extinct, as there are no confirmed records since the type specimen was collected in 1943. The most recent review consider it likely that it is extant, as locals have reported sightings in the 1970s and 1980s, an individual was apparently held in captivity until the early 1990s, and a few patches of forest remain in its presumed range. Additionally, a record was made in late 2008. It is sometimes treated as a distinct species, and sometimes as a subspecies of the red-legged tinamou. The SACC rejected a proposal to elevate it to species status, arguing that the presently available data fail to support the split. BirdLife International have followed this treatment; hence the Magdalena Tinamou was dropped from the 2008 IUCN Red List."
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"The Roman Catholic Diocese of Livingstone (Latin: Livingstonen(sis)) is a diocese located in Livingstone in Zambia."
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"Paul Shelly was an Irish sportsperson. He played hurling with his local club Killenaule and with the Tipperary senior inter-county team in the late 1990s. Shelly played for Tipperary as a defender and also as a full forward later in his career. In 1997 he was named in the Hurling All Star team in the right corner back position.He was a member of the Tipperary team the lost both the Munster Final and All Ireland Final to Clare in 1997."
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"Mount Egon (Gunung Egon, sometimes also called Gunung Namang) is a stratovolcano located in the southeastern part of the island of Flores, Indonesia in the area of Maumere bay. A landslide during the eruption on 29 January 2004 forced 6,000 people to evacuate the area. Activity of Gunung Egon on 15 April 2008 forced thousands of people to evacuate. Quakes and fumes from the volcano have been occurring since November 2010, designating Egon as one of 11 volcanoes in Indonesia on the highest level alert."
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"Don Lane (born January 12, 1956) is an elected official, community organizer, and charitable foundation administrator in Santa Cruz, California. Lane spent many years working for and managing the Saturn Cafe after graduating from the University of California, Santa Cruz in 1978. While operating the Saturn Cafe, Lane served the community in multiple capacities in the City of Santa Cruz and community groups; leading to his serving as Santa Cruz Mayor in 1992 and again in 2012 and 2015. Lane lives with his wife Mary Howe, a retired UCSC electronics technician. His daughter Tida Lane-Howe, lives in Portland, Oregon."
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"Hotel Tammer (Radisson Blu Grand Hotel Tammer) is situated near Tammerkoski rapids in central Tampere, Finland. Tammer was built in 1929 and it belongs to S Groups Sokos Hotels chain. Other Sokos Hotels in Tampere are Ilves, Villa and Torni Tampere."
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"Michael Manser CBE RA (23 March 1929 – 8 June 2016) was a British architect. He was a president of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and established his own successful architecture practice in 1961."
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"The helmeted water toad, Chilean helmeted bull frog or wide-mouth toad (Calyptocephalella gayi, syn. Caudiverba caudiverba) is the sole species of the genus Calyptocephalella in the family Calyptocephalellidae. The only other members of this family are Telmatobufo. The helmeted water toad is found in central Chile, and possibly adjacent west-central Argentina. This very large toad weighs up to 0.5 kg (1.1 lb). It is aquatic and found in deep ponds and small reservoirs. It is threatened by capture for human consumption, habitat loss, pollution, and introduced trout. It is occasionally captured for herpetoculture."
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"Brian Davidson (born November 22, 1975) is an American professional mixed martial artist currently competing in the Featherweight division of Titan FC. A professional competitor since 2008. Davidson has also formerly competed for Bellator MMA and Strikeforce."
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"GHA Coaches was a bus and coach operator serving North East Wales, Cheshire and Shropshire. It also operated bus services extending into Telford & Wrekin, Staffordshire, Gwynedd and Merseyside. GHA Coaches ceased trading after entering administration on 13 July 2016. Former GHA services are now operated by a variety of operators including Arriva, Stagecoach and High Peak."
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"Hip-Hop Nation is a hip-hop radio station owned by Sirius XM Radio. The station broadcasts on Sirius Satellite Radio channel 44 (previously 40), XM Satellite Radio channel 44 (previously 67, where it replaced The City on November 12, 2008) and on DISH Network channel 6044(previously 6040) until Sirius XM's Liquid Metal took Dish Network's 6040 and Sirius XM Radio 40. Until February 9, 2010, it was on DirecTV channel 847, but all of Sirius XM programming was dropped in favor for Sonic Tap by DMX. It began adding R&B hits on November 12, 2008, when the channel segued to Mainstream Urban, taking the format from The Heat, which moved to urban contemporary (replacing the existing The City and Hot Jamz formats). Until September 12, 2008 the channel was uncensored, and returned to being uncensored on November 12, 2008."
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"Procambarus zonangulus, the white river crawfish, white river crayfish or southern white river crayfish, is a species of freshwater crayfish."
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"Mount Eisenhower (formerly Mount Pleasant) is a mountain in the Presidential Range in the White Mountains of New Hampshire approximately 4,760 ft (1,450 m) high. Named after President Dwight D. Eisenhower, its summit offers a 360° view of New Hampshire's mountains. It is inaccessible by road. The Crawford Path, carrying the Appalachian Trail, crosses the mountain near its summit. It separates from the summit loop trail at 4,400 feet (1,300 m), 0.3 mi (0.5 km) south of the summit, and rejoins it 0.3 mi (0.5 km) northeast of the summit, having made a net elevation gain of about 40 feet (12 m) and reached a maximum on Eisenhower of about 4,520 feet (1,380 m). The shortest trail route to the summit of Eisenhower is from a parking lot on Mount Clinton Road, to its westnorthwest, via primarily the Edmands Path. Several routes are available from points more or less southwest of it on Route 302; the most used of these (probably roughly equal in popularity to the Edmands route) is via the Crawford Path, starting from a parking lot on Mount Clinton Road, very near 302 and just north of the Highland Center in the Crawford Notch area. Mount Monroe lies on the ridge northeast of Mt. Eisenhower, and Mount Pierce to the southwest. All three of these peaks are included on the peak-bagging list of four-thousand footers in New Hampshire. Mount Franklin, an \"unofficial\" peak (not prominent enough to be included in the list), lies between Mount Eisenhower and Mount Monroe."
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"Coenyropsis carcassoni is a butterfly in the Nymphalidae family. It is found in south-eastern Kenya and eastern Tanzania. The habitat consists of Brachystegia woodland and savanna."
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"Maverick County Memorial International Airport (IATA: EGP, FAA LID: 5T9) is a county-owned public use airport in Maverick County, Texas, United States. It is located eight nautical miles (15 km) north of the central business district of Eagle Pass, Texas."
"Place"
"Infrastructure"
"Airport"
"The Gibraltar Detached Mole (\"C\" Head) Lighthouse is one of several lighthouses in Gibraltar, a British Overseas Territory at the south end of the Iberian Peninsula. The lighthouse is positioned west of the Rock of Gibraltar, on the Detached Mole at the north entrance to Gibraltar Harbour."
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About Dataset

DBpedia (from "DB" for "database") is a project aiming to extract structured content from the information created in Wikipedia. This is an extract of the data (after cleaning, kernel included) that provides taxonomic, hierarchical categories ("classes") for 342,782 wikipedia articles. There are 3 levels, with 9, 70 and 219 classes respectively. A version of this dataset is a popular baseline for NLP/text classification tasks. This version of the dataset is much tougher, especially if the L2/L3 levels are used as the targets.

This is an excellent benchmark for hierarchical multiclass/multilabel text classification. Some example approaches are included as code snippets. Content

DBPedia dataset with multiple levels of hierarchy/classes, as a multiclass dataset. Original DBPedia ontology (triplets data): https://wiki.dbpedia.org/develop/datasets Listing of the class tree/taxonomy: http://mappings.dbpedia.org/server/ontology/classes/ Acknowledgements

Thanks to the Wikimedia foundation for creating Wikipedia, DBPedia and associated open-data goodness!

Thanks to my colleagues at Sparkbeyond (https://www.sparkbeyond.com) for pointing me towards the taxonomical version of this dataset (as opposed to the classic 14 class version) Inspiration

Try different NLP models.
See also https://www.kaggle.com/datasets/danofer/dbpedia-classes
Compare to the SOTA in Text Classification on DBpedia - https://paperswithcode.com/sota/text-classification-on-dbpedia
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