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The Mills Observatory in Dundee , Scotland , is the only full-time public astronomical observatory in the UK [ 1 ] . Built in 1935, the observatory is classically styled in sandstone and has a distinctive 7 m dome, which houses a Victorian refracting telescope , a small planetarium , and

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Within the musical theatre at the beginning of the 17th century the traditional intermedio —a musical sequence between the acts of a straight play—was evolving into the form of a complete musical drama or "opera". Monteverdi's L'Orfeo moved this process out of its experimental era, and

Siegel upper half-space print that page

In mathematics , the Siegel upper half space of degree g (or genus g ) (also called the Siegel upper half-plane ) is the set of g  ×  g symmetric matrices over the complex numbers whose imaginary part is positive definite . It is named in honor of Carl Ludwig Siegel . In the case | 2011/5/19 1:59:12

Merchandise Mart print that page


Illinois , was the largest building in the world with 4,000,000 square feet (372,000 m 2 ) of floor space . [ 1 ] [ 2 ] Previously owned by the Marshall Field family , the Mart centralized Chicago's wholesale goods business by consolidating vendors and trade under a single roof. [ 2 ]

Transport in Auckland print that page


These factors have resulted in a mostly motor vehicle -based transport system, which uses several major motorways as its main arteries (due to the geography of the isthmus, there are almost no ring routes). Public transport in Auckland has experienced huge growth in the past decade, [ 2 ]

St Andrew's (stadium) print that page


Constructed and opened in 1906 to replace the Muntz Street ground, which had become too small to meet the club's needs, the original St Andrew's could hold an estimated 75,000 spectators, housed in one grandstand and a large uncovered terrace . The attendance record, variously recorded as

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Arthur Miller died on this day. [ edit ] February 11 , 2005 Eason Jordan resigns from his posts at CNN , where he has been both chief news executive and executive vice president. The controversy that led to his resignation began at the World Economic Forum in Davos , Switzerland last | 2011/3/27 11:22:38

Norvelt, Pennsylvania print that page

The two main areas of Norvelt are “A” section and “B” section, connected into one 2-mile (3.2 km) loose circle made up of East Laurel Circle and West Laurel Circle running on either side of Mt. Pleasant Road. Both circles are built into the rolling hills, and the tree-lined roads. | 2011/3/31 23:17:48

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through a portion on the north side. [ 4 ] One of the park’s main functions is to be an ecological space in the vast megalopolis. It is considered the first and most important of Mexico City’s “lungs,” with trees that replenished oxygen to the Valley of Mexico. [ 6 ] [ 4 ] [ 3 ]

List of alternate-history fiction print that page

This is a list of alternate history fiction, sorted by type. Contents 1 Novels by date of publication 1.1 15th century 1.2 19th century 1.3 1910s 1.4 1930s 1.5 1950s 1.6 1960s 1.7 1970s 1.8 1980s 1.9 1990s 1.10 2000s 1.11 2010s 2 Novel series 3 Anthologies | 2011/3/25 8:30:17