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  2. Real-time gross settlement - Wikipedia

    As of 1985, three central banks implemented RTGS systems, while by the end of 2005, RTGS systems had been implemented by 90 central banks. The first system that had the attributes of an RTGS system was the US Fedwire system which was launched in 1970.

  3. Ian Hendry - Wikipedia

    Ian Mackendrick Hendry (13 January 1931 – 24 December 1984) was a British actor. He worked on several British TV series of the 1960s and 1970s, including the lead in the first series of The Avengers and The Lotus Eaters, and played roles in the films The Hill (1965), Repulsion (1965), Get Carter (1971), and Theatre of Blood (1973).

  4. Wake Wood - Wikipedia

    Wake Wood (sometimes marketed as The Wake Wood) is a 2009 supernatural horror film directed by David Keating and starring Timothy Spall, Eva Birthistle, Ella Connolly and Aidan Gillen.

  5. Tarzan and the Leopard Woman - Wikipedia

    Tarzan and the Leopard Woman is a 1946 action film based on the Tarzan character created by Edgar Rice Burroughs and portrayed by Johnny Weissmuller.Directed by Kurt Neumann, film sees Tarzan encounter a tribe of leopard-worshippers.

  6. Thai art - Wikipedia

    Traditional Thai art is primarily composed of Buddhist art and scenes from the Indian epics.Traditional Thai sculpture almost exclusively depicts images of the Buddha, being very similar with the other styles from Southeast Asia, such as Khmer.

  7. Sailor Malan - Wikipedia

    Early life. Malan was born on 24 March 1910 to an Afrikaner family of Huguenot descent in Wellington, Western Cape, then part of the Cape Colony.He joined the South African Training Ship General Botha in 1924 or 1925 as a naval cadet (cadet number 168) at the age of 14, and on 5 January 1928 engaged as an officer cadet (seaman's discharge number R42512) aboard the Landsdown Castle of the Union ...