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  1. Hobart - Wikipedia

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    Hobart (/ ˈhoʊbɑːrt / (listen),) is the capital and most populous city of the Australian island state of Tasmania. Home to almost half of all Tasmanians, it is the least populated Australian state capital city, and second smallest if territories are taken into account, after Darwin, Northern Territory.

    • 131.1/km² (340/sq mi) (2016)
    • 20 February 1804
    • 1,695.5 km² (654.6 sq mi)
    • 246,970 (2020) (11th)
  2. Hobart Corporation - Wikipedia

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    The Hobart Corporation is an American subsidiary type company and a mid-market provider of commercial grocery and foodservice equipment. The company manufactures food preparation machines for cutting, slicing and mixing, cooking equipment, refrigeration units, warewashing and waste disposal systems, and weighing, wrapping, and labeling systems and products.

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  4. Tom Tabart - Wikipedia

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    Tom Tabart From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Thomas Alfred Tabart (10 August 1877 – 29 August 1950), was a cricketer who played first-class cricket for Tasmania from 1897 until 1909. A "vigorous batsman and safe slip fieldsman", Tabart made his first-class debut in 1896-97.

  5. Hobart, Oklahoma - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Hobart is a city in, and the county seat of, Kiowa County, Oklahoma, United States. It was named for Garret Hobart, the 24th Vice President of the United States. The population was 3,756 at the 2010 census, a decline of 6.0 percent from the figure of 3,997 in 2000.

    • 1,552 ft (473 m)
    • Kiowa
  6. Hobart Smith - Wikipedia

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    Hobart Smith (May 10, 1897—January 11, 1965) was an American old-time musician. He was most notable for his appearance with his sister Texas Gladden on a series of Library of Congress recordings in the 1940s and his later appearances at various festivals during the folk music revival of the 1960s.

  7. Tom Vincent (pianist) - Wikipedia

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    In 2012 Tom Vincent put together his first Septet. In 2013 the Tom Vincent Quartet recorded the CD Just Enough and toured Australia. In 2014 the Tom Vincent Septet performed in Melbourne and recorded the self-titled album Tom Vincent Septet. In 2015 the Tom Vincent Trio went to US and recorded Tom's 8th CD called Blues in America with Branford ...

  8. History of Hobart - Wikipedia

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    The modern history of the Australian city of Hobart (formerly 'Hobart Town', or 'Hobarton') in Tasmania dates to its foundation as a British colony in 1804. Prior to British settlement, the area had been occupied for at least 8,000 years, but possibly for as long as 35,000 years, by the semi-nomadic Mouheneener tribe, a sub-group of the Nuenonne, or South-East tribe.

  9. Tom Samek - Wikipedia

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    Tom Samek was born in Prague, Czech Republic. He moved to Germany and Switzerland in 1969, then Austria the following year and Australia in 1971. In 1972 he studied printmaking with Eric Smodic in Austria for a year, then returned to Australia the following year. He settled in Tasmania.

  10. Tommy Franks - Wikipedia

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    Tommy Ray Franks (born 17 June 1945) is a retired general in the United States Army.His last army post was as the Commander of the United States Central Command, overseeing United States military operations in a 25-country region, including the Middle East.

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