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  2. Whitesnake - Wikipedia

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    He has described them as diaries of particular times in his life. Nearly all of Whitesnake's studio albums feature one or more songs with "love" in the title. Coverdale has maintained that this hasn't been a conscious decision, rather he considers love his primary source of inspiration. [359]

  3. Obelisk - Wikipedia

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    The Ancient Romans populated their city with 8 large and 42 small Egyptian obelisks. More have been re-erected elsewhere, and the best-known examples outside Rome are the pair of 21-metre (69 ft) 187-metric-ton (206-short-ton) Cleopatra's Needles in London, England (21 metres or 69 feet), and New York City, USA (21 metres or 70 feet), and the 23-metre (75 ft) over-250-metric-ton (280-short-ton ...

  4. Ghost Rider - Wikipedia

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    Ghost Rider is the name of many antiheroes and superheroes appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Marvel had previously used the name for a Western character whose name was later changed to Phantom Rider . The first supernatural Ghost Rider is stunt motorcyclist Johnny Blaze, who, in order to save the life of his father ...

  5. List of High School DxD characters - Wikipedia

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    Issei Hyodo(兵藤 一誠, Hyōdō Issei, Issei Hyoudou)[a]is the viewpoint characterand main protagonist of High School DxD. Introduced as a second-year high school student at Kuoh Academy, he has a reputation for being lecherous. Raynare, posing as Yuma Amano, goes out on a date with him.

  6. Hibakusha - Wikipedia

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    Definition. The word hibakusha is Japanese, originally written in kanji.While the term Hibakusha 被爆者 (hi 被 "affected" + baku 爆 "bomb" + sha 者 "person") has been used before in Japanese to designate any victim of bombs, its worldwide democratisation led to a definition concerning the survivors of the atomic bombs dropped in Japan by the United States Army Air Forces on the 6 and 9 ...

  7. Ultraman (character) - Wikipedia

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    Ultraman is an Ultra Warrior (ウルトラ戦士, Urutora senshi) that hails from Nebula M78. While chasing the space monster Bemular, he accidentally collided with SSSP Officer Shin Hayata who was on a patrolling duty. Feeling guilty for playing a part in his death, Ultraman merged their bodies together and gave Shin the Beta Capsule.

  8. Super Mario 64 - Wikipedia

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    Super Mario 64 [a] is a 1996 platform game for the Nintendo 64. Developed by Nintendo Entertainment Analysis and Development and published by Nintendo, it is the first Super Mario game to feature 3D gameplay, combining traditional Super Mario gameplay, visual style, and characters in a large open world. Bowser, one of the main antagonists of ...