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  1. Eureka Rebellion - Wikipedia

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    In 2015, a report commissioned by the City of Ballarat found that the most likely site of the rallies which led to the rebellion was 29 St. Paul's Way, Bakery Hill. Given documentary evidence and its elevation, this was likely to be the site where speeches were made and the Eureka Flag was symbolically hoisted for the first time.

    • Miners' rebellion defeated by the Victorian authorities
  2. Book Review: The Eureka Factor - LessWrong 2.0

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    Cross posted from my personal blog. Last month I finally got round to reading The Eureka Factor by John Kounios and Mark Beeman, a popular book summarising research on 'insightful' thinking. I first mentioned it a couple of years ago after I'd read a short summary article, when I realised it was directly relevant to my recurring 'two types of mathematician' obsession: The book is not focussed ...

  3. Betsy Brannon Green - Wikipedia

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    Reviewing the book in Deseret News, Alicia Cunningham wrote that while the mystery was predictable it was entertaining. Writing on LDS Fiction, Penny Bowler called books like Green's the "comfort food" of literature. Murder by Design was a top-10 bestseller from Deseret Book for the October 17 to October 23 sales interval.

  4. William Diehl - Wikipedia

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    Eureka (2002) Seven Ways to Die (2012) with Kenneth John Atchity [1] † Primal Fear , Show of Evil , and Reign in Hell are all part of the Martin Vail series featuring the character Aaron Stampler .

    • American
    • 1977–2006
    • Author, photojournalist
    • December 4, 1924, Woodstock, Georgia, United States
  5. BOOK VLOG//Nancy Drew Mysteries/Eureka Books - YouTube

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    Jul 10, 2015 · Found some more Nancy Drew books to add to my collection. I found at the Eureka Books book store in Eureka. Glad I finally went.

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  6. Teardrop (Teardrop, #1) by Lauren Kate - Goodreads

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    3 /edit EDITED 06/18/2013: O_o /edit This book is bad. Hence, my review is very long. *thumbs-up* I have included as many quotes as possible to illustrate my points. Characters: Eureka (that name -__-;) is so utterly passive she even remarks on it herself: “Trust was mutual, and that was the problem with her and Ander. He held all the cards.

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  7. Jonah Lehrer - Wikipedia

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    Jonah Richard Lehrer (born June 25, 1981) is an American author and blogger. Lehrer studied neuroscience at Columbia University and was a Rhodes Scholar.Thereafter, he built a media career that integrated science and humanities content to address broad aspects of human behaviour.

  8. Waterfall (Teardrop, #2) by Lauren Kate

    www.goodreads.com/book/show/19401029-waterfall

    I felt like i was forcing myself to read this book :( excuse review if it has weird pronouns like 'you' when referring to Eureka I was wavering between giving this book a two or a three. it was so hard to decide but I gave it a 2. though the rating is rounded up and I wish I could have given it a solid 2.5. to be honest this book was a complete ...

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  9. Chernobyl (miniseries) - Wikipedia

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    Chernobyl is a 2019 historical drama television miniseries that revolves around the nuclear disaster of the same name in 1986 and the cleanup efforts that followed. The series was created and written by Craig Mazin and directed by Johan Renck.

  10. The Sea by John Banville - Meet your next favorite book

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    May 17, 2005 · Shelves: 2016-book-challenge, reviewed-books, 21st-century, booker-prize, irish, rated-books This review may contain spoilers. Max Morden, recently widowed and father of a grown daughter, has traveled back to the sea, back to the seaside property that was the scene of a tragic event some fifty odd years ago.