BBC Radio Ulster
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but I in the past for tonight they have gone through a lot of ballistic evidence on the 11 weapons used and this has proven that the weapons used willing to do around here the other IRA attacks from 1974 to 1894 tax and no period and how many how many mins Suspects over here so much detail M25 rare codes that work that have been used to refer to different Suspects and according to you know article to protection of Life requirements in court over there I know a real name is being used to wear a friends invite codes.
The Event Chronicle
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In 1894, irregularities in the movement of Sirius B led astronomers to consider that a third star, Sirius C, may exist and exert an influence on Sirius B’s orbit. It is still a matter of debate whether Sirius C exists or not . Sirius A and Sirius B as seen by the Hubble Space Telescope. The white dwarf can be seen to the lower left. (NASA, ESA, H. Bond/STScI, M. Barstow/University of Leicester/CC BY 3.0) The Dogon are said to have known all of this centuries before Western astronomers began contemplating it. For them, Sirius is a three-star system. They allegedly accurately describe Sirius B: they say it is a companion star for Sirius that is invisible from Earth, that it has a 50-year orbital period, that it travels around Sirius A along an elliptical path, and it is made of a heavy substance not found on Earth. A Dogon diagram said to represent Sirius B’s elliptical orbit around Sirius A.
Leicester Mercury
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Before they moved to Filbert Street in 1891, Leicester Fosse, founded in 1884, struggled to find a ground they could call their own, forcing them to stage their home games at five different venues in the city. When they moved to Filbert Street as a Midland League side in 1891, and in their early days as a Football League club after 1894, the Fosse found themselves playing in a variety of venues nationwide. Today, these sites give not the slightest hint that the Fossils played important...
Leicester Mercury
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Before they moved to Filbert Street in 1891, Leicester Fosse, founded in 1884, struggled to find a ground they could call their own, forcing them to stage their home games at five different venues in the city. When they moved to Filbert Street as a Midland League side in 1891, and in their early days as a Football League club after 1894, the Fosse found themselves playing in a variety of venues nationwide. Today, these sites give not the slightest hint that the Fossils played important...
Global News
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Montreal firefighters held a memorial ceremony Sunday to honour the lives of those who have died in the last year. It's a tradition that date backs to 1894.
Nottingham Evening Post
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With the aid of images from Picturethepast, we turn the spotlight on Carlton. DAVID LOWE reports.Travelling along the main roads into Carlton, it's hard to imagine that this congested urban environment was once a Viking settlement or that an open brook ran down the main street until 1894.At the time of the Domesday Book in 1086, Carlton was part of Sherwood Forest. In 1349, the Black Death devastated the area and it became a target for an infamous group of outlaws called the Coterel gang.In...
BBC Radio Ulster
4 days
how many matches a lot of My League and cup doubles but it's a big factor when it comes to this because the cup finals back at the end of the season the back of a trifle places that that the last day and you were on the receiving end of a team going for a Liga top table in 1894 I mean it is hard to stop a team going for a doublet in a cup final is just one match to go with me where Chelsea were very good at them to remember free car instructors in the first have you took the night two minutes of the whole United but faster than an exception for that is because they are very good.
Times of Israel
7 days
The oldest book, published in 1644, is signed by the German-Jewish theologian David Rosin, who lived from 1823 to 1894
TIME - Top Stories
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And Grace A. Mapps , a poet, graduated from a four-year college in New York in 1852, but it is unclear if she was awarded a Bachelor of Arts or some other degree. Each of these women and the other African-American women who arent named here fought for an education during a time when Americans could not even agree on whether to they had the right to be citizens. Patterson died in 1894, and though her name is largely forgotten today she left a rich legacy as both an educator and an early example of educational attainment in the African-American community.
The Guardian
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In a country where the Asian contribution to the freedom struggle has been understated, Ahmed Kathrada ’s role is a counternarrative to the assumption that Indians took on a neutral, self-protective role in South Africa. Kathrada’s indefatigable commitment to the cause espoused by Nelson Mandela and others was a continuation of the pioneering work started by Mahatma Gandhi , who established one of the oldest political parties in Africa – the Natal Indian Congress – in 1894. Gandhi’s work was a starting point and his legacy was continued by such stalwarts as Yusuf Dadoo , Maulvi Cachalia, Ismail Meer , JN Singh, Monty Naicker and several others. This process culminated in the 1946 passive resistance campaign in which Kathrada took part, which coincided with the case India took to the UN that internationalised the issue of apartheid. After being freed from prison, Kathrada dedicated his life to social development and betterment of the under-privileged citizens of South Africa.
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Autocar
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Garrard & Blumfield's phaeton In the second ever issue of Autocar, we published a piece on the Garrard & Blumfield electric four-seater which had an 80-mile range In the second ever issue of Autocar, published 6 November 1895, we published a report from the Cyclist magazine on an electric car that had been built in the summer of 1894. Produced by the Garrard & Blumfield bicycle engineering company of Coventry, it was a four-seat phaeton with an innovative drive system. “We understand that Messrs. Garrard and Blumfield hold a master patent for the known elements of (I) pneumatic tyres, (2) balance gear, (3) steel tubing, (4) ball bearings; and (5) electric power,” we began. “The mechanism of the carriage and its framework are built throughout of weldless steel tube, the general design of the frame being not largely dissimilar from that adopted in the Rudge quadricycle of a year two back.
The Event Chronicle
4 months
In his book, Lyne says that Tesla spent the last years of his life collecting information on a revolutionary propulsion system that would use the ether’s force to mobilize objects. The writer based his theory on the last lectures given by Tesla, in which he spoke of his latest discoveries, capable of changing all the conceptions related to physics known by man. Curiously, Telsa’s latest patent, filed in 1928, (#6,555,114) was that for a flying machine that resembled both a helicopter and an airplane. This vehicle used a revolutionary propulsion system that would have changed everything we knew about flight. Lyne details in his book that during a lecture for the Institute of Immigrant Welfare, Tesla mentioned his Dynamic Theory of Gravity, and that this was: “One of two far-reaching discoveries, which I worked out in all details in the years 1893 and 1894.
BBC News 24
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In 1894, there was the first ever car race in the world. Of course, macroscopic cars, big cars. We had 100 or so cars registered at that time,.
BBC News 24
6 days
the tip of a scanning, tunnelling microscope to propel the vehicles with tiny electric charges. They had 30 hours to race 100 nanometres and back. Six teams started, with no guarantee that they would all finish, but there is historical precedent here. In 1894, there was the first ever car race in the world
BBC News 24
6 days
Once the nano cars are in position on the track, the teams use the tip of a scanning, tunnelling microscope to propel the vehicles with tiny electric charges. They have 30 hours to race 100 nanometres and back. Six teams started, with no guarantee that they would all finish. But there is historical precedent here. In 1894, there was the first ever car race in the world
The Iran Project
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Western Morning News
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China Daily
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AFP News Agency
5 months
Austria's oldest football club, the once-mighty First Vienna FC 1894, is struggling to survive. With only a few hundred spectators in the stands of what was once continental Europe's biggest stadium the dean of Austrian football seems to be far away from the millions made by clubs like Salzburg.
France 24
5 months
"Vienna til I die!" chanted the fans, in accented English, at a recent rainy match, testament to the British roots of Austria's oldest football club: the once-mighty First Vienna FC 1894. But while the few hundred diehard supporters give it their all week in week out, the now dilapidated terraces of what was once continental Europe's biggest stadium may soon fall silent for ever. In March the 123-year-old club, which even under the Nazis was allowed to keep its English name "Vienna", declared itself insolvent and is trying to hammer out a survival plan. The players haven't been paid since December and automatic relegation looms from Austria's already lowly third division, the Austrian Regional League East, making finding new sponsors even harder. "If it all ends, it will be the end of an era," sighed Robert Haidinger, head of the supporters club, as he charged five euros ($5.
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The Sun Daily
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This auspicious day is regarded as the day The Royal Selangor Golf Club was born. The golf course was ready for play, about three months after The Selangor Golf Club was officially inaugurated. They set the official opening for the afternoon of Aug 21, 1893. The RSGC Club Championship, inaugurated in June 1894, is the oldest golf competition in Malaysia that is still being played to this day. It is only 30 years younger than the (British) Open Championship, but older than the US Open (1895), the Australian Open (1904), Canadian Open (1904), and the South African Open (1903). It will begin its countdown to the celebration with the unveiling of its 125th year logo on Oct 25. On the same day, a countdown board will be erected in front of the RSGC main guardhouse. The official launch of the anniversary will be held on Dec 31. Among the events lined up are vintage car, horse carriage and rickshaw parade and exhibition.
The Cornishman
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A new restaurant specialising in fried chicken and craft beer has had a very successful first week of trading. Established by the owners of Johns' Wines - one of Cornwall's longest running family businesses, established in 1894 - Beer and Bird in Fore Street, St Ives, serves up delicious free range fried chicken and over 100 different craft beers. With a dedicated beer menu stretching to over 12 pages, Beer Bird offers one of the most extensive selections in the South West, and is one...