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  2. Wild spectacle forms amid precise weather conditions. Sand sculptures, formed naturally from wind erosion around frozen sand, fills the beach in areas along Lake Michigan on Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2021 ...

  3. Jerry Lewis - Wikipedia

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    Jerry Lewis. Jerry Lewis (born Joseph Levitch; [a] March 16, 1926 – August 20, 2017) was an American comedian, actor, singer, director, producer, writer, and humanitarian. Nicknamed "The King of Comedy", he is regarded as one of the most significant American cultural figures of all time. Over an eight-decade career, his contributions to ...

  4. Mars One - Wikipedia

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    Mars One was a small private Dutch organization that received money from investors by claiming it would use it to land the first humans on Mars and leave them there to establish a permanent human colony. [1] [2] [3] From its announcement in 2012 to its bankruptcy in early 2019, it is estimated to have received tens of millions of dollars. [4]

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    Art, architecture, and archaeology Architecture and archaeology. 7 World Trade Center – 55 Wall Street – Acra (fortress) – Angkor Wat – Barkhale Camp – Belton House – Benty Grange helmet – Biblioteca Marciana – Blakeney Chapel – Bodiam Castle – Borobudur – Bramall Hall – Bramshill House – Brougham Castle – Bruce Castle – Buckingham Palace – Buckton Castle ...

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    For the band, see The No.1s. The ( / ðə, ðiː / ( listen)) is a grammatical article in English, denoting persons or things already mentioned, under discussion, implied or otherwise presumed familiar to listeners, readers, or speakers. It is the definite article in English. The is the most frequently used word in the English language; studies ...

  7. Wikipedia:WikiProject Portals/Newsletter archive

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    Project's status [ edit] There are now 4,140 portals, with more being created almost daily. Prior to this project's reboot, portals were created at about the rate of 80 per year. Since April of this year, we've created about 2,600 new portals, or 32.5 years' worth at the old rate.

  8. Red Cross parcel - Wikipedia

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    The route from Iberia to the South of France was not safe. The Red Cross ship SS Padua was damaged by British bombing in Genoa in 1942 and then sunk by a mine outside Marseilles in October 1943. The SS Embla was bombed by British aircraft on 6 April 1944 causing a fire, and the same ship was attacked again on 20 April 1944, by American B-26 ...

  9. Wikipedia:Recent additions/2007/December - Wikipedia

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    This is a record of material that was recently featured on the Main Page as part of Did you know (DYK). Recently created new articles, greatly expanded former stub articles and recently promoted good articles are eligible; you can submit them for consideration.