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  2. Shelby Daytona - Wikipedia

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    The Shelby Daytona Coupes, in their first year of competition, finished second (by 6 points) in GT III class in the 1964 International Championship for GT Manufacturers. The Shelby Daytona Coupes won the GT III class (by 19 points) for the 1965 International Championship for GT Manufacturers. A partial list of competitions and results includes:

  3. Shelby American - Wikipedia

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    Shelby American, Inc. is an American high performance vehicle manufacturer founded by former race car driver Carroll Shelby.The Shelby American name has been used by several legally distinct corporations founded by Shelby since his original shop in Venice, California began operation in 1962.

  4. Dan Gurney - Wikipedia

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    While competing in Formula One, Gurney also raced each year in the Indianapolis 500 from 1962 to 1970. Gurney made his Indy début at the wheel of a space-frame, rear-engined car designed by John Crosthwaite and built by American hot-rodder Mickey Thompson Despite a misfiring engine, Gurney ran comfortably in the top 10 until a transmission seal failed on the 92nd lap.

  5. Shelby, Ohio - Wikipedia

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    Shelby High School built a new, state of the art facility adjacent to the current high school's location. The new Shelby High School opened in 2013. Shelby High School was one of five "Race to the Top" grant recipients in the State of Ohio in 2011 and is scheduled to implement a new technology & project based curriculum as a result. See also

  6. Radical Republicans - Wikipedia

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    The Radical plan was to remove Johnson from office, but the first effort at the impeachment trial of President Johnson went nowhere. After Johnson violated the Tenure of Office Act by dismissing Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton, the House of Representatives voted 126-47 to impeach him, but the Senate acquitted him in 1868 in three 35-19 votes, failing to reach the 36 votes threshold required ...

  7. List of General Hospital characters - Wikipedia

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    Alice Grant (deceased) (Camilla Ashland, 1976–77) (Lieux Dressler, 1978–83) Mother of Heather Webber and aunt of Susan Moore. Housekeeper for Lesley and Rick Webber. Murders Diana Taylor to keep Diana from killing her daughter Heather. Dies of a cerebral hemorrhage. David Gray (deceased) (Paul Rosilli, 1981–82)

  8. Grant Holloway - Wikipedia

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    Stanley Grant Holloway (born November 19, 1997) is an American hurdler and sprinter. He is the 2019 world champion in the 110 meters hurdles , 2020 Olympic silver medalist in the same event, and current world record holder in the indoor 60 m hurdles , with a time of 7.29 seconds which he set on February 24, 2021.

  9. Judiciary - Wikipedia

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    The judiciary (also known as the judicial system, judicature, judicial branch, judiciative branch, and court or judiciary system) is the system of courts that adjudicates legal disputes/disagreements and interprets, defends, and applies the law in legal cases.