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  2. Solomon - Wikipedia

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    Supposedly, due to another mechanical trick, when the king reached the first step, the ox stretched forth its leg, on which Solomon leaned, a similar action taking place in the case of the animals on each of the six steps. From the sixth step the eagles raised the king and placed him in his seat, near which a golden serpent lay coiled.

  3. List of Tiger King subjects - Wikipedia

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    Carole Baskin (née Stairs Jones; born June 6, 1961) is an American animal rights activist and owner of Big Cat Rescue, a non-profit animal sanctuary based near Tampa, Florida. Baskin drew public attention for her role in Tiger King. The Netflix series follows both Baskin and Joe Exotic, filming their ongoing and escalating feuds over exotic ...

  4. William Lyon Mackenzie King - Wikipedia

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    William Lyon Mackenzie King OM CMG PC (December 17, 1874 – July 22, 1950) was a Canadian statesman and politician who served as the 10th prime minister of Canada for three non-consecutive terms from 1921 to 1926, 1926 to 1930, and 1935 to 1948.

  5. List of King of the Hill characters - Wikipedia

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    King of the Hill is an American animated sitcom created by Mike Judge and Greg Daniels. The main characters are Hank Hill, Peggy Hill, Bobby Hill, Luanne Platter, Ladybird Hill, Dale Gribble, Bill Dauterive, Jeff Boomhauer, John Redcorn, Nancy Gribble, Joseph Gribble, Kahn Souphanousinphone, Minh Souphanousinphone, Connie Souphanousinphone, Cotton Hill, Didi Hill, Buck Strickland, and Lucky ...

  6. Kingdom of Galicia - Wikipedia

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    The independent Suebic kingdom of Galicia lasted from 409 to 585, having remained relatively stable for most of that time. 5th century. In 409 Gallaecia was divided, ad habitandum, between two Germanic people, the Hasdingi Vandals, who settled the eastern lands, and the Suebi, who established themselves in the coastal areas.

  7. Kenny Roberts - Wikipedia

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    As a child growing up in the rural agriculture area just off highway 132 near the West side vineyards of E & J Gallo Winery of Modesto, Roberts was originally interested in horseback riding. He rode his first motorcycle at the age of 12 when a friend dared him to ride a mini bike. Roberts accepted the challenge and the experience thrilled him.

  8. Basque language - Wikipedia

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    Martin-ek Martin- ERG egunkari-ak newspaper- PL erosten buy- GER di-zki-t AUX. 3. OBJ - PL. OBJ -me. IO [3SG _ SBJ] Martin-ek egunkari-ak erosten di-zki-t Martin-ERG newspaper-PL buy-GER AUX.3.OBJ-PL.OBJ-me.IO[3SG_SBJ] "Martin buys the newspapers for me." Martin-ek is the agent (transitive subject), so it is marked with the ergative case ending -k (with an epenthetic -e-). Egunkariak has an ...

  9. History of Limerick - Wikipedia

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    In 1197, King Richard I of England granted the city its first charter, and its first Mayor, Adam Sarvant, ten years before London. A castle, built on the orders of King John and bearing his name, was completed around 1200. Under the general peace imposed by Norman rule, Limerick prospered as a port and trading centre.