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Sirte

, Libya. The gravestones are carved in Classical Greek, Latin and Punic. Jongeling and Kerr, p. 71 According to its website, it is the largest underground network (Underground mining (hard rock)#Development mining vs. production mining) of pipe (pipe (fluid conveyance))s (2820 km) Keys, D., 2011, Libya Tale of Two Fundamentally Different Cities, BBC Knowledge Asia Edition, Vol.3 Issue 7 and aqueducts in the world. It consists


Benghazi

to the 9th Air Force especially for this mission, took to the air at Benghazi, Libya. Piloting ''Hell's Wench'', a B-24 Liberator (Serial 42-40994), Baker led the 93rd as the second formation in the five-group mission of 177 aircraft. Co-piloting the aircraft was a volunteer and former member of the 93rd, Major (Major (United States)) John L. Jerstad. According to its website, it is the largest Underground mining (hard rock)#Development mining vs. production mining underground


Tripoli

in 772 after launching a second unsuccessful revolt in 768. According to its website, it is the largest underground network (Underground mining (hard rock)#Development mining vs. production mining) of pipe (pipe (fluid conveyance))s (2820 km) Keys, D., 2011, Libya Tale of Two Fundamentally Different Cities, BBC Knowledge Asia Edition, Vol.3 Issue 7 and aqueducts in the world. It consists of more than 1,300 well (water well)s, most more than 500 m Depth


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