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  1. Nell Mercer (August 13, 1893 – September 30, 1979) was an American suffragist. Born in North Landing, Virginia, she grew up in Norfolk, becoming a member of the local branch of the National Woman's Party.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › LangebaanLangebaan - Wikipedia

    Langebaan is a town in the Western Cape province of South Africa on the eastern shore of Langebaan Lagoon. Langebaan is situated 120 km north of Cape Town, just off the R27, about 28 km from Vredenburg and 20 km from Saldanha Bay. The Lagoon stretches for 17 km from Saldanha Bay, past Langebaan to Geelbek in the South.

  3. Le ray-grass anglais ou ivraie vivace (Lolium perenne L.) est une plante herbacée vivace de la famille des poacées, qui pousse en touffe, et résiste bien au piétinement. Elle est couramment cultivée comme plante fourragère. Elle est utilisée comme espèce de base des mélanges pour gazons d’ornement et de terrains de sport.

  4. Dagoba's seventh album, Black Nova, was released on 25 August 2017.It was produced by Jacob Hansen (Epica, Volbeat, etc.) in Denmark.The band signed with Century Media Records for a worldwide distribution of the album released on Sony Music/Epic Jive.

  5. The idiom "jumping the shark" was coined in 1985 by Jon Hein in response to a 1977 episode from the fifth season of the American sitcom Happy Days, in which Fonzie (Henry Winkler) jumps over a shark while on water-skis. The phrase is pejorative and is used to argue that a creative work or outlet appears to be making a stunt in a seemingly ...

  6. Le vieil anglais est en concurrence avec l'anglo-normand, langue romane qui s'éteint après avoir laissé son empreinte sur le moyen anglais. Le vocabulaire de l'anglo-normand étant essentiellement d'origine latine, il est parfois difficile de déterminer si un mot d'origine latine est passé ou non par l'intermédiaire de cette langue d'oïl .

  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › HTTP_refererHTTP referer - Wikipedia

    In HTTP, "Referer" (a misspelling of Referrer) is the name of an optional HTTP header field that identifies the address of the web page (i.e., the URI or IRI), from which the resource has been requested. By checking the referrer, the server providing the new web page can see where the request originated.

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