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  1. List of. Penthouse. Pets. This is a list of the models who have appeared in the American edition of Penthouse magazine and were either named Pet of the Month or Pet of the Year from September 1969 to the present. Pet of the Year names are in bold type and are typically featured in the January issue of the year for which they are selected.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › April_17April 17 - Wikipedia

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    Pre-1600

    1. 1080 – Harald III of Denmark dies and is succeeded by Canute IV, who would later be the first Dane to be canonized. 2. 1349 – The rule of the Bavand dynasty in Mazandaran is brought to an end by the murder of Hasan II. 3. 1362 – Kaunas Castle falls to the Teutonic Order after a month-long siege. 4. 1492 – Spain and Christopher Columbus sign the Capitulations of Santa Fe for his voyage to Asia to acquire spices. 5. 1521 – Trial of Martin Luther over his teachings begins during the assembly...

    1601–1900

    1. 1797 – Sir Ralph Abercromby attacks San Juan, Puerto Rico, in what would be one of the largest invasions of the Spanish territories in the Americas. 2. 1797 – Citizens of Verona begin an unsuccessful eight-day rebellion against the Frenchoccupying forces. 3. 1861 – The state of Virginia's secession convention votes to secede from the United States, later becoming the eighth state to join the Confederate States of America. 4. 1863 – American Civil War: Grierson's Raid begins: Troops under U...

    1901–present

    1. 1905 – The Supreme Court of the United States decides Lochner v. New York, which holds that the "right to free contract" is implicit in the due process clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. 2. 1907 – The Ellis Islandimmigration center processes 11,747 people, more than on any other day. 3. 1912 – Russian troops open fire on striking goldfield workers in northeast Siberia, killing at least 150. 4. 1941 – World War II: The invasion of Yugoslaviais completed wh...

    Pre-1600

    1. 1277 – Michael IX Palaiologos, Byzantine emperor (d. 1320) 2. 1455 – Andrea Gritti, Doge of Venice (d. 1538) 3. 1497 – Pedro de Valdivia, Spanish conquistador, conquered northern Chile (d. 1553) 4. 1573 – Maximilian I, Elector of Bavaria(d. 1651) 5. 1586 – John Ford, English poet and playwright (d. 1639) 6. 1598 – Giovanni Battista Riccioli, Italian priest and astronomer (d. 1671)

    1601–1900

    1. 1620 – Marguerite Bourgeoys, French-Canadian nun and saint, founded the Congregation of Notre Dame of Montreal(d. 1700) 2. 1635 – Edward Stillingfleet, British theologian and scholar (d. 1699) 3. 1676 – Frederick I of Sweden(d. 1751) 4. 1683 – Johann David Heinichen, German composer and theorist (d. 1729) 5. 1710 – Henry Erskine, 10th Earl of Buchan, Scottish politician (d. 1767) 6. 1734 – Taksin, King of Thailand (d. 1782) 7. 1741 – Samuel Chase, American lawyer and jurist (d. 1811) 8. 17...

    1901–present

    1. 1903 – Nicolas Nabokov, Russian-American composer and educator (d. 1978) 2. 1903 – Gregor Piatigorsky, Ukrainian-American cellist and educator (d. 1976) 3. 1903 – Morgan Taylor, American hurdler and coach (d. 1975) 4. 1905 – Louis Jean Heydt, American journalist and actor (d. 1960) 5. 1905 – Arthur Lake, American actor (d. 1987) 6. 1906 – Sidney Garfield, American physician, co-founded Kaiser Permanente(d. 1984) 7. 1909 – Alain Poher, French politician, President of France(d. 1996) 8. 1910...

    Pre-1600

    1. 485 – Proclus, Greek mathematician and philosopher (b. 412) 2. 617 – Donnán of Eigg, Irish priest and saint 3. 648 – Xiao, empress of the Sui Dynasty 4. 744 – Al-Walid II, Umayyadcaliph (b. 706) 5. 818 – Bernard of Italy, Frankish king (b. 797) 6. 858 – Benedict III, pope of the Catholic Church 7. 1071 – Manuel Komnenos, Byzantine military commander (b. c. 1045) 8. 1080 – Harald III of Denmark(b. 1041) 9. 1111 – Robert of Molesme, Christian saint and abbot (b. 1027) 10. 1298 – Árni Þorláks...

    1601–1900

    1. 1669 – Antonio Bertali, Italian violinist and composer (b. 1605) 2. 1680 – Kateri Tekakwitha, Mohawk-born Native Americansaint (b. 1656) 3. 1695 – Juana Inés de la Cruz, Mexican poet and scholar (b. 1651) 4. 1696 – Marie de Rabutin-Chantal, marquise de Sévigné, French author (b. 1626) 5. 1711 – Joseph I, Holy Roman Emperor(b. 1678) 6. 1713 – David Hollatz, Polish pastor and theologian (b. 1648) 7. 1764 – Johann Mattheson, German lexicographer and composer (b. 1681) 8. 1790 – Benjamin Frank...

    1901–present

    1. 1921 – Manwel Dimech, Maltese journalist, author, and philosopher (b. 1860) 2. 1923 – Laurence Ginnell, Irish lawyer and politician (b. 1852) 3. 1930 – Alexander Golovin, Russian painter and stage designer (b. 1863) 4. 1933 – Kote Marjanishvili, Georgian director and playwright (b. 1872) 5. 1936 – Charles Ruijs de Beerenbrouck, Dutch lawyer and politician, 28th Prime Minister of the Netherlands(b. 1873) 6. 1942 – Jean Baptiste Perrin, French-American physicist and chemist, Nobel Prizelaure...

    Christian feast day:
    Earliest day on which Store Bededag or General Prayer Day can fall, while May 13 is the latest; observed on the 4th Friday after Easter. (Denmark)
    FAO Day (Iraq)
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    Birmingham–Smithfield, Alabama

    Beginning just a few miles north of Birmingham near Tarrant, the tornado proceeded north through northern Jefferson County producing F5 damage in Smithfield, northeast of Ensley. The tornado, which was at times 3⁄4 mile (1.2 km) wide, was blamed for 22 deaths, more than 125 injuries, and $25 million in damage. Hundreds of homes were completely destroyed, many of which were completely swept away, despite being well-built. Some of the homes built into hillsides even had their cinder-block basem...

    Other tornadoes

    In addition to this tornado, several other tornadoes were reported from the same system in the Midwest, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi and North Carolina. One tornado in Floyd County, Georgia, killed one person, and another fatality was reported east of Birmingham in St. Clair County. The severe weather that day also contributed to the crash of Southern Airways Flight 242, which crashed near New Hope, Georgia, killing over 70 people.[citation needed] The F5 tornado touched down near the end of...

    The storms that bought the tornadoes on April 4 also bought a large squall line across Alabama. This proved disastrous when Southern Airways Flight 242 attempted to fly around the storm and instead flew straight into it. Massive amounts of very large hail and very heavy rain battered the plane and destroyed its engines. With no way to keep flying, it attempted a landing on a stretch of highway in New Hope, Georgia. The road section used for the forced landing, formerly called Georgia State Route 92 Spur, is now called Dallas–Acworth Highway (formerly Georgia State Route 381). The DC-9actually landed successfully, but then crashed into a gas station, grocery store, and other structures and vehicles during the rollout. The plane was destroyed, killing the flight crew, 60 passengers, and nine people on the ground.

  3. 2018 →. Miss World 2017, the 67th edition of the Miss World pageant, was held on 18 November 2017 at the Sanya City Arena in China. 118 contestants from all over the world competed for the crown. Stephanie Del Valle of Puerto Rico crowned her successor Manushi Chhillar of India at the end of the event.

  4. samedi 30 décembre 2017 3 Avril 1977 Et de 3 pour la Bande à Basile , cette fois-ci devant les Boney M qui se rapprochent , et le retour à la langue française de Demis Roussos lui permet de revenir dans le tiercé de tete pour la 1ère fois depuis l'été 1973 !

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › April_8April 8 - Wikipedia

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    Pre-1600

    1. 0217 – Roman emperor Caracalla is assassinated and is succeeded by his Praetorian Guard prefect, Marcus Opellius Macrinus. 2. 0876 – The Battle of Dayr al-'Aqul saves Baghdad from the Saffarids. 3. 1139 – Roger II of Sicily is excommunicated by Innocent II for supporting Anacletus II as popefor seven years, even though Roger had already publicly recognized Innocent's claim to the papacy. 4. 1149 – Pope Eugene III takes refuge in the castle of Ptolemy II of Tusculum. 5. 1232 – Mongol–Jin Wa...

    1601–1900

    1. 1730 – Shearith Israel, the first synagoguein New York City, is dedicated. 2. 1820 – The Venus de Milo is discovered on the Aegean island of Milos. 3. 1832 – Black Hawk War: Around three-hundred United States 6th Infantry troops leave St. Louis, Missouri to fight the Sauk Native Americans. 4. 1866 – Italy and Prussia ally against the Austrian Empire. 5. 1886 – William Ewart Gladstone introduces the first Irish Home Rule Bill into the British House of Commons. 6. 1895 – In Pollock v. Farmer...

    1901–present

    1. 1904 – The French Third Republic and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland sign the Entente cordiale. 2. 1906 – Auguste Deter, the first person to be diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, dies. 3. 1908 – Harvard University votes to establish the Harvard Business School. 4. 1911 – Dutch physicist Heike Kamerlingh Onnes discovers superconductivity. 5. 1913 – The 17th Amendment to the United States Constitution, requiring direct election of Senators, becomes law. 6. 1918 – World War I...

    Pre-1600

    1. 1320 – Peter I of Portugal(d. 1367) 2. 1408 – Jadwiga of Lithuania, Polish princess (d. 1431) 3. 1435 – John Clifford, 9th Baron de Clifford, English noble (d. 1461) 4. 1533 – Claudio Merulo, Italian organist and composer (d. 1604) 5. 1536 – Barbara of Hesse(d. 1597) 6. 1541 – Michele Mercati, Italian physician and archaeologist (d. 1593) 7. 1580 – William Herbert, 3rd Earl of Pembroke, English noble, courtier and patron of the arts (d. 1630) 8. 1596 – Juan van der Hamen, Spanish artist (d...

    1601–1900

    1. 1605 – Philip IV of Spain(d. 1665) 2. 1605 – Mary Stuart, English-Scottish princess (d. 1607) 3. 1641 – Henry Sydney, 1st Earl of Romney, English general and politician, Secretary of State for the Northern Department(d. 1704) 4. 1692 – Giuseppe Tartini, Italian violinist and composer (d. 1770) 5. 1726 – Lewis Morris, American judge and politician (d. 1798) 6. 1732 – David Rittenhouse, American astronomer and mathematician (d. 1796) 7. 1761 – William Joseph Chaminade, French priest, founded...

    1901–present

    1. 1902 – Andrew Irvine, English mountaineer and explorer (d. 1924) 2. 1902 – Maria Maksakova Sr., Russian soprano (d. 1974) 3. 1904 – John Hicks, English economist and academic, Nobel Prizelaureate (d. 1989) 4. 1904 – Hirsch Jacobs, American horse trainer (d. 1970) 5. 1905 – Joachim Büchner, German sprinter and graphic designer (d. 1978) 6. 1905 – Helen Joseph, English-South African activist (d. 1992) 7. 1905 – Erwin Keller, German field hockey player (d. 1971) 8. 1906 – Raoul Jobin, Canadia...

    Pre-1600

    1. 0217 – Caracalla, Roman emperor (b. 188) 2. 0622 – Shōtoku, Japanese prince (b. 572) 3. 0632 – Charibert II, Frankish king (b. 607) 4. 0894 – Adalelm, Frankish nobleman 5. 0944 – Wang Yanxi, Chinese emperor 6. 0956 – Gilbert, Frankish nobleman 7. 0967 – Mu'izz al-Dawla, Buyid emir (b. 915) 8. 1143 – John II Komnenos, Byzantine emperor (b. 1087) 9. 1150 – Gertrude of Babenberg, duchess of Bohemia (b. 1118) 10. 1321 – Thomas of Tolentino, Italian-Franciscan missionary (b. c. 1255) 11. 1338 –...

    1601–1900

    1. 1608 – Magdalen Dacre, English noble (b. 1538) 2. 1612 – Anne Catherine of Brandenburg(b. 1575) 3. 1691 – Carlo Rainaldi, Italian architect, designed the Santa Maria dei Miracoli and Santa Maria in Montesanto(b. 1611) 4. 1697 – Niels Juel, Norwegian-Danish admiral (b. 1629) 5. 1704 – Hiob Ludolf, German orientalist and philologist (b. 1624) 6. 1704 – Henry Sydney, 1st Earl of Romney, English colonel and politician, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland(b. 1641) 7. 1709 – Wolfgang Dietrich of Castell-...

    1901–present

    1. 1906 – Auguste Deter, German woman, first person diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease(b. 1850) 2. 1919 – Loránd Eötvös, Hungarian physicist, academic, and politician, Hungarian Minister of Education(b. 1848) 3. 1920 – Charles Griffes, American pianist and composer (b. 1884) 4. 1931 – Erik Axel Karlfeldt, Swedish poet Nobel Prizelaureate (b. 1864) 5. 1936 – Róbert Bárány, Austrian physician and academic, Nobel Prizelaureate (b. 1876) 6. 1936 – Božena Benešová, Czech poet and novelist (b. 1873...

    Buddha's Birthday, also known as Hana Matsuri, "Flower Festival" (Japan)
    Christian feast day:
    Earliest day on which Fast and Prayer Day can fall, while April 14 is the latest; celebrated on the second Friday in April (Liberia)
  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › April_4April 4 - Wikipedia

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    Pre-1600

    1. 503 BC – Roman consul Agrippa Menenius Lanatus celebrates a triumph for a military victory over the Sabines. 2. 1147 – Moscowis mentioned for the first time in the historical record, when it is named as a meeting place for two princes. 3. 1268 – A five-year Byzantine–Venetian peace treaty is concluded between Venetian envoys and Emperor Michael VIII Palaiologos. 4. 1423 – Death of the Venetian Doge Tommaso Mocenigo, under whose rule victories were achieved against the Kingdom of Hungary an...

    1601–1900

    1. 1609 – Moriscos are expelled from the Kingdom of Valencia. 2. 1660 – Declaration of Breda by King Charles II of Great Britain promises, among other things, a general pardon to all royalists for crimes committed during the English Civil War and the Interregnum. 3. 1796 – Georges Cuvier delivers the first paleontologicallecture. 4. 1814 – Napoleon abdicates for the first time and names his son Napoleon II as Emperor of the French. 5. 1818 – The United States Congress, affirming the Second Co...

    1901–present

    1. 1905 – In India, an earthquake hits the Kangra Valley, killing 20,000, and destroying most buildings in Kangra, McLeod Ganj and Dharamshala. 2. 1913 – First Balkan War: Greek aviator Emmanouil Argyropoulos becomes the first pilot to die in the Hellenic Air Forcewhen his plane crashes. 3. 1925 – The Schutzstaffel(SS) is founded under Adolf Hitler's Nazi party in Germany. 4. 1933 – U.S. Navy airship USS Akron is wrecked off the New Jerseycoast due to severe weather. 5. 1944 – World War II: F...

    Pre-1600

    1. 188 – Caracalla, Roman emperor (d. 217) 2. 1436 – Amalia of Saxony, Duchess of Bavaria-Landshut (d. 1501) 3. 1490 – Vojtěch I of Pernstein, Bohemian nobleman (d. 1534) 4. 1492 – Ambrosius Blarer, German-Swiss theologian and reformer (d. 1564) 5. 1572 – William Strachey, English author (d. 1621) 6. 1586 – Richard Saltonstall, English diplomat (d. 1661) 7. 1593 – Edward Nicholas, English soldier and politician, Secretary of State for the Southern Department(d. 1669)

    1601–1900

    1. 1640 – Gaspar Sanz, Spanish guitarist, composer, and priest (d. 1710) 2. 1646 – Antoine Galland, French orientalist and archaeologist (d. 1715) 3. 1648 – Grinling Gibbons, Dutch-English sculptor (d. 1721) 4. 1676 – Giuseppe Maria Orlandini, Italian composer (d. 1760) 5. 1688 – Joseph-Nicolas Delisle, French astronomer and cartographer (d. 1768) 6. 1718 – Benjamin Kennicott, English theologian and scholar (d. 1783) 7. 1752 – Niccolò Antonio Zingarelli, Italian composer (d. 1837) 8. 1760 – J...

    1901–present

    1. 1902 – Louise Lévêque de Vilmorin, French journalist and author (d. 1969) 2. 1902 – Stanley G. Weinbaum, American author and poet (d. 1935) 3. 1905 – Eugène Bozza, French composer and conductor (d. 1991) 4. 1905 – Erika Nõva, Estonian architect and engineer (d. 1987) 5. 1906 – Bea Benaderet, Turkish-Irish-American television, radio, and voice actress (d. 1968) 6. 1906 – John Cameron Swayze, American journalist (d. 1995) 7. 1907 – Robert Askin, Australian sergeant and politician, 32nd Premi...

    Pre-1600

    1. 397 – Ambrose, Roman archbishop and saint (b. 338) 2. 636 – Isidore of Seville, Spanish archbishop and saint (b. 560) 3. 814 – Plato of Sakkoudion, Byzantine monk and saint (b. 735) 4. 896 – Formosus, pope of the Catholic Church (b. 816) 5. 911 – Liu Yin, Chinese warlord and governor (b. 874) 6. 931 – Kong Xun, Chinese official and governor (b. 884) 7. 968 – Abu Firas al-Hamdani, Arab prince and poet (b. 932) 8. 991 – Reginold, bishop of Eichstätt 9. 1284 – Alfonso X, king of Castile and L...

    1601–1900

    1. 1609 – Carolus Clusius, Flemish botanist, mycologist, and academic (b. 1526) 2. 1617 – John Napier, Scottish mathematician, physicist, and astronomer (b. 1550) 3. 1643 – Simon Episcopius, Dutch theologian and academic (b. 1583) 4. 1661 – Alexander Leslie, 1st Earl of Leven, Scottish field marshal (b. 1580) 5. 1743 – Daniel Neal, English historian and author (b. 1678) 6. 1761 – Théodore Gardelle, Swiss painter (b. 1722) 7. 1766 – John Taylor, English librarian and scholar (b. 1704) 8. 1774...

    1901–present

    1. 1912 – Charles Brantley Aycock, American lawyer and politician, 50th Governor of North Carolina(b. 1859) 2. 1912 – Isaac K. Funk, American minister, lexicographer, and publisher, co-founded Funk & Wagnalls(b. 1839) 3. 1919 – William Crookes, English chemist and physicist (b. 1832) 4. 1919 – Francisco Marto, Portuguese saint (b. 1908) 5. 1923 – John Venn, English mathematician and philosopher, created the Venn diagram(b. 1834) 6. 1929 – Karl Benz, German engineer and businessman, founded Me...

    Children's Day (Hong Kong, Taiwan)
    Christian feast day:
    Independence Day, celebrates the independence of Senegalfrom France (1960).
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