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  • ... books and for co-writing and presenting the award-winning 1980 television series ''[[Cosmos: A Personal Voyage]]'', then the most-watched [[Public Broadcast ...ogram]] since its inception and worked as an adviser to [[NASA]] since the 1950s. (One of his many duties during his tenure at the space agency included bri
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  • ...red the bulk of Disney's staff but that Disney could keep doing the Oswald series as long as he agreed to a budget cut and went on the payroll. Mintz owned O ...established as an antagonist in both the [[Alice Comedies]] and the Oswald series. Based on Mickey and Minnie acting as strangers to each other before the fi
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  • ...d industrial growth, and the development of hydroelectric power during the 1950s attracted new industries. The federal government, which owns over 60% of Ut * The name Utah comes from the Native American Ute tribe and means people of the mountains.
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  • ... settlers. The brutal murder of the family of chief James Logan provoked a series of attacks that resulted in Lord Dunmore's War (see Dunmore, John Murray, 4 === The American Revolution ===
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  • ...es]]). On their way to the apartment, they discuss the differences between American and European culture, including what they call McDonald's Quarter Pounder w ... role.) Mia recounts her experience as an actress in a failed television [[television pilot|pilot]], "Fox Force Five." Mia's character, Raven McCoy, was a knife
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  • From the 1930s through the 1950s the company expanded. In 1959 Zondervan bought a religious music company, S ...ded by Rupert Murdoch. Murdoch's other interests included the Fox film and television studios and several tabloid news publications. Zondervan employees and the
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  • ...uel postwar sales. Numerous war stories also helped cement the Zippo as an American icon—the Zippo that stopped a bullet, that cooked soup in helmets, that i ...actory in Bradford. During the 1960s the Congress Street plant underwent a series of additions and eventually became the main location for fabricating and as
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  • ... very close attention to the food that you are eating. Instead of watching television while you eat, learn to enjoy each bite. This will help focus all of the bo ...tern medicine. The doctors used it along with modern medicine. Between the 1950s and 1960s the practice was begin highly researched throughout the world. Wi
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  • '''''To Tell the Truth''''' is an American [[television]] [[panel game]] show in which four [[celebrity]] panelists are presented w ...ons (1948–1982)|Mark Goodson–Bill Todman Productions]]. It aired, on [[television network|networks]] and [[broadcast syndication|syndication]], continuously
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  • ...with a total of 93 episodes. The title is based on the 1950s [[EC Comics]] series [[Tales from the Crypt (comics)|of the same name]] and most of the content ...cast in [[Broadcast syndication|syndication]] or on basic cable. While the series began production in the United States, in the final season filming moved to
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  • ...om light comedy to serious drama. In his later years, Curtis made numerous television appearances. ... roles were partly the result of his good looks, by the latter half of the 1950s he became a strong screen presence with the range to act in numerous dramat
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  • '''Hepburn, Katharine (1907-2003),''' American film and stage star and, over a career spanning 50 movies and 60 years, win ...ge, from which she did not graduate, instead trying her luck at theater. A series of minor stage roles in New York City led to notice by Hollywood. In 1932 s
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  • '''American Express''' was originally а shipping outfit foυnded in New York Ьy Henг ...r its pοpular and distinguished charge cards and TraveΙers Cheques. With American Exрress chаrge cards, yoυ can go аnywhere in the world and spend money
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