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    Watts Line, former rail line in Los Angeles, California; Other uses. USS Watts, a U.S. Navy destroyer; Watt's drill, a drill bit that is a type of mortiser; Watts family murders; Watt's linkage, mechanical linkage invented by James Watt; Watts riots, a 1965 civil disturbance in Watts, Los Angeles; Watts truce, a 1992 peace agreement among rival ...

  2. The introduction and broad adoption of scientific agriculture since the mid-19th century contributed to economic growth in the United States. This development was facilitated by the Morrill Act and the Hatch Act of 1887 which established in each state a land-grant university (with a mission to teach and study agriculture) and a federally funded system of agricultural experiment stations and ...

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