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  2. Philip Metres - Wikipedia

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    Philip Metres. Philip Metres (born July 4, 1970) is an American writer, poet, translator, scholar, and essayist. His poetry books include Shrapnel Maps, Pictures at an Exhibition, and Sand Opera. He has published poems, essays, and reviews in literary journals and magazines including Poetry, [1] American Poetry Review, New England Review, Tin ...

  3. London (William Blake poem) - Wikipedia

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    The item is currently in the Collection of the Fitzwilliam Museum. [1] " London " is a poem by William Blake, published in Songs of Experience in 1794. It is one of the few poems in Songs of Experience that does not have a corresponding poem in Songs of Innocence. Blake lived in London so writes of it as a resident rather than a visitor.

  4. Edwin Brock - Wikipedia

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    Edwin Brock. Edwin Brock (19 October 1927 – 7 September 1997) was a British poet. Brock published ten volumes of poetry from 1959 through his death in 1997. Two of Brock's poems In particular -- Five Ways to Kill a Man (1972) and Song of the Battery Hen (1977) -- have been heavily anthologized.

  5. Google - Wikipedia

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    Google was founded on September 4, 1998, by American computer scientists Larry Page and Sergey Brin while they were PhD students at Stanford University in California. Together, they own about 14% of its publicly listed shares and control 56% of its stockholder voting power through super-voting stock.

  6. Prussian Nights - Wikipedia

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    Prussian Nights. Prussian Nights (Russian: Прусские ночи) is a long poem by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, who served as a captain in the Soviet Red Army during the Second World War. Prussian Nights describes the Red Army's march across East Prussia, and focuses on the traumatic acts of rape and murder that Solzhenitsyn witnessed as a ...

  7. The Sniper (poem) - Wikipedia

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    The Sniper is a World War I poem by Scottish poet W D Cocker, written in 1917 about the impact a sniper has had not only on the life of the young soldier, but also on that soldier's family back home. It is not revealed which side the sniper is on, as the deed is the same, whether the victim is German or British. [1] This poem shows Cocker's ...

  8. National Defence College, Nigeria - Wikipedia

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    Jabi District, Abuja. , Nigeria. 9°00′24″N 7°15′47″E. /  9.00667°N 7.26306°E  / 9.00667; 7.26306. Website. ndc .gov .ng. Location in Nigeria. National Defence College (NDC), formerly known as the National War College (NWC), is an apex military training institution of Nigeria for senior military officer of the Nigeria Armed Forces.

  9. Athenian military - Wikipedia

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    Navy. During the Greco-Persian Wars, Athens developed a large, powerful navy in the eastern Mediterranean Sea that defeated the even larger Persian Navy at the Battle of Salamis. The Athenian Navy consisted of 80,000 crewing 400 ships. [citation needed] The backbone of the navy's manpower was a core of professional rowers drawn from the lower ...