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  2. Buttered cat paradox - Wikipedia

    The buttered cat paradox is a common joke based on the combination of two adages: . Cats always land on their feet.; Buttered toast always lands buttered side down.; The paradox arises when one considers what would happen if one attached a piece of buttered toast (butter side up) to the back of a cat, then dropped the cat from a large height.

  3. In re Boucher - Wikipedia

    In re Boucher (case citation: No. 2:06-mJ-91, 2009 WL 424718), is a federal criminal case in Vermont, which was the first to directly address the question of whether investigators can compel a suspect to reveal their encryption passphrase or password, despite the U.S. Constitution's Fifth Amendment protection against self-incrimination.

  4. Tate–LaBianca murders - Wikipedia–LaBianca_murders

    He told Kasabian to drive to a house at 3301 Waverly Drive in the Los Feliz section of Los Angeles. Located next door to a home where Manson and Family members had attended a party the previous year, [4] : 176–184, 204–210 it belonged to supermarket executive Leno LaBianca and his wife Rosemary, co-owner of a dress shop.

  5. Coronation anthem - Wikipedia

    A coronation anthem is a piece of choral music written to accompany the coronation of a monarch.. Many composers have written coronation anthems.However, the best known were composed by George Frideric Handel for the coronation of the British monarch.

  6. Pussy Riot - Wikipedia

    Pussy Riot is a collective formed in late 2011, in response to national politics in Russia. Their name is two English-language words written in the Latin alphabet and usually appears that way in the Russian press, though it is sometimes transliterated into Cyrillic as "Пусси Райот".

  7. Binary prefix - Wikipedia

    The drive contains four heads and active surfaces (tracks per cylinder), 306 cylinders. When formatted with a sector size of 256 bytes and 32 sectors/track it has a capacity of 10 027 008 bytes. This drive was one of several types installed in the IBM PC/XT and extensively advertised and reported as a "10 MB" (formatted) hard disk drive.