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  2. Jim Morrison - Wikipedia

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    James Douglas Morrison (December 8, 1943 – July 3, 1971) was an American singer, poet and songwriter who was the lead vocalist of the rock band the Doors.Due to his wild personality, poetic lyrics, distinctive voice, unpredictable and erratic performances, and the dramatic circumstances surrounding his life and early death, Morrison is regarded by music critics and fans as one of the most ...

  3. Slide rule - Wikipedia

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    After months of labour filling perhaps fifty foolscap sheets with calculations "the truth stood revealed' (and) produced a satisfaction almost amounting to a religious experience". [19] Throughout the 1950s and 1960s, the slide rule was the symbol of the engineer's profession in the same way the stethoscope is that of the medical profession.

  4. Labour government, 1974–1979 - Wikipedia

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    Callaghan continued to lead Labour in opposition for eighteen months; his friendliest biographers take a negative view of the period. He stepped down to make way for Michael Foot, the leader of the leftist faction. Callaghan remained in parliament as an MP until 1987, having served in parliament for 42 years.

  5. Chrissie Watts - Wikipedia

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    Chrissie Watts is a fictional character from the BBC soap opera EastEnders, played by Tracy-Ann Oberman.She first appeared on 29 April 2004 and was transpired to be the second wife of the show's "most enduring character", Den Watts (Leslie Grantham) - thus ended up becoming a prominent regular for the next 18 months.

  6. Blood alcohol content - Wikipedia

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    This is equivalent to a BAC of 0.05. New drivers, drivers under 24 years of age and commercial drivers 5 µg per 100 mL of breath. This is equivalent to a BAC of 0.01. Italy: 0.00% for drivers in their first three years after gaining a driving license; Latvia: 0.02% for drivers in their first two years after gaining a driving license; Luxembourg

  7. White flight - Wikipedia

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    It was not simply a more powerful calculating instrument that placed the reality of white flight beyond a high hurdle of proof seemingly required for policy makers to consider taking action. Also instrumental were new statistical methods developed by Emerson Seim for disentangling deceptive counter-effects that had resulted when numerous cities ...