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Click HERE and tell us what you got and if it's coincidental that you clicked on it.

This should be interesting
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Yu Hiu Tung (Chinese: 余曉東; pinyin: yu xiao dong), (born February 5, 1984) is a professional tennis player from Hong Kong. The left-hander stands 1.72m and weighs 140 pounds. Yu is a member of the Hong Kong Davis Cup team, compiling a 8-12 record in Davis Cup action since 2002

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I got Kairo...no idea wtf that is...but according to Wiki it's:

  • A Japanese film from 2001
  • Green Lanturn's sidekick
  • Japenese term for handwarmer
#9
Henry Gustavo Pease García is a former Congressman of the Democratic Constitutional Congress and the Congress of the Republic. While he served in the Democratic Constitutional Congress, he was a member of the Democratic Left Movement.
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Sydenham railway station
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Sydenham railway station may refer to:

Sydenham railway station, Northern Ireland
Sydenham railway station (London)
Sydenham railway station, Sydney


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D. C. O. Cargunkan: a fictional sailor created by English writer William Hope Hodgson.....


.... not coincidental

edit: i did it again and got the NCAA (Phillipines) Chess Championship hahaha
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Gmina Brzesko is an urban-rural gmina (administrative district) in Brzesko County, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, in southern Poland. Its seat is the town of Brzesko, which lies approximately 50 kilometres (31 mi) east of the regional capital Kraków.

The gmina covers an area of 102.57 square kilometres (39.6 sq mi), and as of 2006 its total population is 35,438 (out of which the population of Brzesko amounts to 16,827, and the population of the rural part of the gmina is 18,611).
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I got Kairo...no idea wtf that is...but according to Wiki it's:

  • A Japanese film from 2001
  • Green Lanturn's sidekick
  • Japenese term for handwarmer

A lot of random wiki results seem to be things relatedto the middle east... hmmm
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Lloyd Jacquet (died 1974) was the founder of Funnies, Inc., one of the first and most prominent of a handful of comic book "packagers" established in the late 1930s that created comics on demand for publishers testing the waters of the emerging medium. Among its other achievements, Funnies, Inc. supplied the contents of Marvel Comics #1, the first publication of the company that would evolve into Marvel Comics.

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who ever this guy is.... Jack Marx
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Jackson Gregory Marx (born John Marr, 1965), known as Jack Marx, is an Australian journalist and author. He was born in Maitland, New South Wales.
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Bohemian literature
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Bohemian literature is literature of Bohemians (also known as Czechs, in Bohemian Češi or Čechové and also literature written in Bohemia in other languages (e.g. Latin, German, Greek, Hebrew or Russian).
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Bohemian literature
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Bohemian literature is literature of Bohemians (also known as Czechs, in Bohemian Češi or Čechové and also literature written in Bohemia in other languages (e.g. Latin, German, Greek, Hebrew or Russian).

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#26
Eupithecia is a large genus of moths of the family Geometridae. There are hundreds of described species, found in all parts of the world, and new species are discovered on a regular basis.
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lol i got JAMES HETFIELD
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SHHHARRRONNNN!!!!!! Look at tis litle wanker..the lil..i'm goin' to bed you ****ars.. ( Thats Ozzy if he seen this artical on wikipedia)
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Williamson Amplifier

A Williamson amplifier refers to a type of valve amplifier whose circuit design is similar to that originally published by D.T.N. Williamson.
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Hai thar did u know that empreintes DIGITALes -- a record label founded in 1990 and based in Montreal -- specialises in contemporary electroacoustic music, acousmatic and musique concrète.

In 2005, empreintes DIGITALes shifted from CD to DVD-Audio. DVD-Audio offers very high fidelity sound, with its 24-bit encoding, and the immersive sound space of home theatre’s Surround 5.1.


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N. Kartavas was a Greek swimmer. He competed at the 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens.

Katravas competed in the 1,200 metres freestyle event. His time and place in the competition are unknown, though he did not finish in the top three.


I think this guy should be dead by now...
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Eyespot
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Eyespot can mean:

Eyespot (mimicry), a color mark that looks somewhat like an eye, sometimes called ocellus.
#35
Koʻolaupoko is a district within the City & County of Honolulu on the island of Oʻahu, State of Hawaiʻi. In Hawaiian, koʻolau poko means "short windward", referring to the fact that this is the shorter of the two windward districts on the island (Koʻolauloa or "long windward" is the other).

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Nick Davis (born March 30, 1980) is an Australian rules football player with the Sydney Swans of the AFL.

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Charge (youth)

During the European Middle Ages, a charge often meant an underage person placed under the supervision of a nobleman. Charges were the responsibility of the nobleman they were charged to, and they were usually expected to be treated as guests or a member of the household. Charges were at times used more or less openly as hostages, ensuring that the parents kept in line.

Today, the word is still used to mean anyone that a person is responsible for, such as a parent or chaperone's children, a supervisor's employees, a teacher's students, or a nurse or doctor's patients.
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Luba Orgonasova
Luba Orgonasova (born January 22, 1961) is a Slovak operatic soprano, particularly associated with Mozart roles.

Born in Bratislava, Slovakia, where she studied voice and piano at the Music Conservatory and Music Academy, and sang as a soloist at the Slovak National Theatre. She moved to Germany in 1983 and became a member of the Hagen Opera House, where she remained until 1988.

The outstanding quality of her voice was quickly recognised and she was soon engaged in operas and concerts all over Europe. She made her debut at the Vienna State Opera in 1988, singing Donna Anna and Pamina, roles she repeated at the festivals of Aix-en-Provence and Salzburg. She sang Konstanze for her debut at the Opéra de Paris, a role she also recorded to great acclaim with John Eliot Gardiner. Her debut role at the Royal Opera House in London, was Aspasia. Other notable Mozart roles include; Giunia, Fiordiligi, Ilia. She also won considerable acclaim in George Frideric Handel's operas such as; Alcina and Rinaldo.

Her wide repertory also embraced; Marzelline, Agathe, Amina, Lucia, Luisa, Gilda, Violetta, Mimi, Liù, Marguerite, Micaela, Antonia, etc., in all of which one can appreciate the pearly sheen of her voice and the brilliance of her coloratura technique.

Orgonasova can be heard in several recordings, notably and early recital "Favorite Soprano Arias", a complete La bohème and La sonnambula, all with Naxos Records.
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Henry de Saint Didier was a 16th century French fencing master, author of a 1573 treatise, entitled

Traicté contenant les secrets du premier livre sur l’espée seule, mère de toutes armes, qui sont espée dague, cappe, targue, bouclier, rondelle, l’espée deux mains & deux espées, avec ses pourtraictures, ayans les armes au poing por se deffendre & offencer à un mesme temps des coups qu’on peut tirer, tant en assillant qu’en deffendent, fort utile & profitable por adextrer la noblesse, & suposts de Mars: redigé par art, ordre & practique


what a god damn long name.
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