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  • The Drahtseilbahn Marzili-Stadt Bern is a funicular in Bern, the capital of Switzerland. It leads from the Marzili quarter to the Bundehaus (parliament and federal government) in the city centre. The Marzilibahn was built in 1885. Until 1973, it was powered by water: a tank on the upper car was filled with water from the city stream. This car, being heavier, then pulled the other one up the slope (incl.
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  • Baconin Borzacchini (September 28, 1898 – September 10, 1933) was an Italian Grand Prix motor racing driver often referred to as Mario Umberto Borzacchini. Born Baconino Francesco Domenico Borzacchini in Terni in the Umbria region of Italy, at age 14 he began working in a garage, training as a repairman. After service in the army during World War I, he began racing motorcycles before turning to automobile competitions in 1926.
  • Emilio Villoresi (1914–June 20, 1939) was an Italian Grand Prix motor racing driver. Emilio Villoresi was born in Milan, Lombardy, the younger brother of the star Maserati driver, Luigi Villoresi who co-piloted with him in several races at the beginning of their careers. Emilio Villoresi and his brother competed in the 1935 and 1936 Mille Miglia driving a Fiat 508CS Balilla Sport but after a disappointing finish they purchased a Maserati which they drove individually in different races.
  • The Berne zinc tablet (also Gobannus tablet) was found in the 1980s in Berne. It is inscribed with an apparently Gaulish inscription, consisting of the four words, each on its own line, the letter formed by little dots impressed onto the metal: ΔΟΒΝΟΡΗΔΟ ΓΟΒΑΝΟ ΒΡΕΝΟΔΩΡ ΝΑΝΤΑΡΩΡ (Dobnoredo Gobano Brenodor Nantaror) The dedication is to Gobannus, a Gallo-Roman god, the name simply meaning "the Smith". Brenodor is probably a placename, Brenno-duro- "town of Brennus, c.f.

 

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  • John Ruskin (8 February 1819 – 20 January 1900) was an English art critic and social thinker, also remembered as a poet and artist. His essays on art and architecture were extremely influential in the Victorian and Edwardian eras. Ruskin first came to widespread attention for his support for the work of J. M. W. Turner and his defence of naturalism in art. He subsequently put his weight behind the Pre-Raphaelite movement.
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  • A software development kit (SDK or "devkit") is typically a set of development tools that allows for the creation of applications for a certain software package, software framework, hardware platform, computer system, video game console, operating system, or similar platform.
  • "Geki" was the racing pseudonym of Giacomo Russo (October 23, 1937 in Milan – June 18, 1967 at Caserta), who was a racing driver from Italy. A talented driver in the Italian lower formulae, he also participated in 3 Formula One Italian Grands Prix from 1964-66, failing to qualify for the 1964 race, driving a Brabham for Rob Walker. For his two Grand Prix starts, he drove for Team Lotus. He scored no championship points.
  • The Stade de Suisse Wankdorf is a football stadium in Bern, Switzerland. It is the home ground of the Swiss football team BSC Young Boys, and is currently the second biggest all-seater football stadium in Switzerland. The Wankdorf was one of the venues for Euro 2008.
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  • "Blind" Blake was an influential blues/ragtime singer and guitarist. He is often called "The King of Ragtime Guitar".
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  • In biology, sex is a process of combining and mixing genetic traits, often resulting in the specialization of organisms into a male or female variety (known as a sex). Sexual reproduction involves combining specialized cells to form offspring that inherit traits from both parents.
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  • A CAPTCHA or Captcha is a type of challenge-response test used in computing to ensure that the response is not generated by a computer. The process usually involves one computer asking a user to complete a simple test which the computer is able to generate and grade. Because other computers are unable to solve the CAPTCHA, any user entering a correct solution is presumed to be human.
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  • Google Inc. is a multinational public cloud computing and Internet search technologies corporation. Google hosts and develops a number of Internet-based services and products, and generates profit primarily from advertising through its AdWords program. The company was founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin while the two were attending Stanford University as Ph.D. candidates.
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  • The Sons of Armageddon MC was started in early 2010 by three bikers who had the desire and drive to develop a strong brotherhood amongst like-minded bikers. We come from all walks of life. The Sons of Armageddon MC is a law-abiding, non-territorial motorcycle club. We are independent and choose to stay that way. We are not 1%ers but do respect all clubs. We will respect those who respect us.

 

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  • George William Peckham (March 23, 1845 - January 10, 1914) and Elizabeth Maria Gifford Peckham (December 19, 1854 - February 11, 1940) were early American teachers, taxonomists, ethologists, arachnologists, and entomologists, specializing in animal behavior and in the study of jumping spiders (Salticidae) and wasps.
  • "Wijs me de weg" ("Show me the way") was the Dutch entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1992, performed in Dutch by Humphrey Campbell. The song is a moderately up-tempo number, with Campbell singing about a search for an existential truth in life. He sings that his search has been - so far - fruitless, but asks his listeners to "show me the way" to various things, including "to love always".
  • Amami Airport is an airport located 21.9 km (13.6 mi) east northeast Amami, a city on Amami Ōshima (Amami Island) in the Kagoshima Prefecture of Japan. It was previously named Amami Oshima Airport .

 
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