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  2. Lötschberg Tunnel - Wikipediaötschberg_Tunnel

    The Lötschberg Tunnel is a 14.612 km (9.079 mi) long railway tunnel on the Lötschberg Line, which connects Spiez and Brig at the northern end of the Simplon Tunnel cutting through the Bernese Alps of Switzerland. Its ends are at the towns of Kandersteg (2 km away) in the canton of Berne and Goppenstein in the canton of Valais. [2]

  3. Manufacture of cheddar cheese - Wikipedia

    Cutting of the curds after setting The curd is cut into 6-to-16-millimetre ( 1⁄4 to 5⁄8 in) cubes using stainless steel wire knives. A smaller cube size means the cheese will be lower in moisture, whereas a larger cube size will result in a high-moisture cheese. It is important that cutting time is minimized and that the cuts be clean.

  4. Wyler's - Wikipedia's

    Wyler's is a food and beverage brand established by Wyler's Company in 1931. The brand is now owned by Kraft Heinz for bouillon and dry soup mixes and by The Jel Sert Company for powdered drink mixes . History [ edit] The spouses Silvain and Arma Wyler established Wyler's Company in 1931 selling its first product, chicken bouillon cubes.

  5. Talk:Texas State Highway Loop 1 - Wikipedia

    Talk:Texas State Highway Loop 1 Untitled [ edit] MoPac doesn't have 18-wheelers. What are the details on this? There aren't many 18-wheelers on MoPac because the roadway isn't helpful to them. For North-South traffic, MoPac, until yesterday, did not connect to IH-35 via viable highways for that route. Kraft 16:50, 1 November 2006 (UTC) [ reply]

  6. Hamiltonian path - Wikipedia

    A Hamiltonian cycle (or Hamiltonian circuit) is a cycle that visits each vertex exactly once. A Hamiltonian path that starts and ends at adjacent vertices can be completed by adding one more edge to form a Hamiltonian cycle, and removing any edge from a Hamiltonian cycle produces a Hamiltonian path.

  7. Ellen and William Craft - Wikipedia

    Ellen Craft (1826–1891) and William Craft (September 25, 1824 – January 29, 1900) were American fugitives who were born and enslaved in Macon, Georgia. They escaped to the North in December 1848 by traveling by train and steamboat, arriving in Philadelphia on Christmas Day.

  8. Karl Ernst Krafft - Wikipedia

    This article possibly contains original research. (March 2008) Karl Ernst Krafft (10 May 1900 – 8 January 1945) was a Swiss astrologer, born in Basel. He worked on the fields of astrology and graphology. [1]

  9. True to the Game - Wikipedia

    In the video, Ice Cube kidnaps various rappers (some resembling his former bandmates) who are portrayed as "record sellers" and not "true to the game". The video's outdoor scenes are set on Crenshaw Boulevard, which in the aftermath of the 1992 Los Angeles riots featured many burned-out buildings. [1]