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  1. Overton is a large village and parish in Hampshire, England located west of the town of Basingstoke, and east of Andover and Whitchurch.The village contains smaller hamlets of Southington, Northington, Ashe, Polhampton, and Quidhampton, the latter two lying to the north of the village.

  2. The British punished the colonists for the Boston Tea Party with several new laws further restricting business that the colonists nicknamed the Intolerable Acts. The First Continental Congress submitted a request to King George III to repeal them. This petition shows the growing sense of injustice felt by the colonists.

  3. Jun 23, 2022 · McElhenny, an elusive NFL running back nicknamed “The King,” died on June 17, 2022, at his home in Nevada, his son-in-law Chris Permann confirmed Thursday, June 23, 2022. He was 93. Harold Filan

  4. Jun 18, 2020 · In 2012, the state passed a law nicknamed "Sip and Spit," which allows culinary students under 21 years of age to legally taste (by sipping and spitting) alcoholic beverages, based on the ...

  5. "The Granite Hills" were his home state of New Hampshire; Handsome Frank Pierce is widely considered to be the "hottest" president in American history. James Buchanan. Full name: James Buchanan, Jr. Old Public Functionary, used by Buchanan in his December 1859 State of the Union address and adopted by newspapers

  6. Jun 11, 2022 · The catchphrase became so popular that Walter Mondale, the eventual Democratic presidential nominee that year, asked the question to his leading primary opponent Gary Hart during a debate.

  7. The "P" resembles a human head (nicknamed the "P-Head" by many fans) while the "B" and "S" are more overtly geometric. The nickname for this is the "Tri-Colored Everyman P-Heads". The logo was still used on new episodes of PBS shows until 1985, even as the next logo below was introduced.

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