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  3. The Last King of Scotland (film) - Wikipedia

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    The Last King of Scotland is a 2006 British historical drama film directed by Kevin Macdonald from a screenplay by Peter Morgan and Jeremy Brock.Based on Giles Foden's 1998 novel of the same name, it depicts the dictatorship of Ugandan President Idi Amin, played by Forest Whitaker, through the perspective of a fictional Scottish doctor played by James McAvoy.

  4. Amber - Wikipedia

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    Pliny also cites the opinion of Nicias (c. 470–413 BCE), according to whom amber. is a liquid produced by the rays of the sun; and that these rays, at the moment of the sun's setting, striking with the greatest force upon the surface of the soil, leave upon it an unctuous sweat, which is carried off by the tides of the Ocean, and thrown up upon the shores of Germany.

  5. List of tallest buildings and structures in London - Wikipedia

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    2 Portal Way, Acton. Tallest of two towers proposed. Application 165950EIA. North Quay Tower 4: 107 / 351: 30: 2017: Application PA/17/01193/A1. New proposal for approved North Quay development in Canary Wharf. 16-19 Hatfields/1-5 Paris Garden: 110 / 361: 24: 2017: East Village E20 Tower 4: 103 / 338: 29 [citation needed]