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  2. W&J student expelled over sign targeting Westminster's Bell

    Mar. 1—A Washington and Jefferson College football player was kicked off the team and then later expelled from school following an incident that occurred Saturday during the Presidents' Athletic ...

  3. Talk:Sapphire - Wikipedia

    The mineral is corundum. Sapphire and ruby are colored variety of corumdum. It is total incoherence to say chromium sapphire, because this is the ruby variety, or the red variety of corundum. It is always correct to say: the blue variety of corundum which is the same sapphire. "Sapphire" and "ruby" are popular names.

  4. List of My-HiME characters - Wikipedia

    Third-year students Shizuru Fujino (藤乃 静留, Fujino Shizuru) Voiced by: Naomi Shindou (Japanese); Melanie Risdon (English) Shizuru is the calm president of the Fuka Academy student council. She often has a tea cup in hand and has a distinctive Kyoto accent (or Southern accent in the English dub). She has her own fan club that follows her ...

  5. List of Tracy Beaker Returns characters - Wikipedia

    Gina Conway, played by Kay Purcell, is a careworker at Elm Tree House in Tracy Beaker Returns and the first series of The Dumping Ground.She first appeared on 8 January 2010, the start of Tracy Beaker Returns, and continued appearing until 15 March 2013, the final episode in series 1 of The Dumping Ground.

  6. Portal:East Sussex/Did you know/max - Wikipedia

    Portal:East Sussex/Did you know/max. Jump to navigation Jump to search. 4 This page was last edited on 6 April 2009, at 16:45 (UTC). Text is ...

  7. Race and sexuality - Wikipedia

    Around a similar time, the controversy involving Seretse and Ruth Khama broke out. Seretse was the chief of an eminent Botswanan tribe, and Ruth a British student. The pair married in 1948 but experienced frequent hardships from the onset of the relationship, including Seretse's removal from his tribal responsibilities as chief in Bechuanaland.

  8. Ring (jewellery) - Wikipedia

    A ring is a round band, usually made of metal, worn as ornamental jewelry. The term "ring" by itself always denotes jewellery worn on the finger; when worn as an ornament elsewhere, the body part is specified within the term, e.g., earrings, neck rings, arm rings, and toe rings. Rings always fit snugly around or in the part of the body they ...

  9. Universal Orlando - Wikipedia

    Universal Orlando consists of two theme parks (Universal Studios Florida and Universal's Islands of Adventure), an on-site waterpark (Volcano Bay), an on-site entertainment district (Universal CityWalk), eight Loews Hotels (Loews Portofino Bay Hotel, Hard Rock Hotel, Loews Royal Pacific Resort, Cabana Bay Beach Resort, Loews Sapphire Falls ...