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) offered considerably better aerodynamics than the original; it was spun by fins on the shell rather than rifling in the barrel and was supported in the gun barrel by four aerodynamic nubs allowing the middle of the shell to be elongated and thus reducing drag. The shell was spun in the same way as conventional artillery rounds with a driving band towards the base. The result was a gun that could outrange the original by as much as 50%, while at the same time being much more accurate. Standard NATO & US artillery of the time had a range of less than 25 km while the GC-45, ERFB combination had a range of 39 km. With the innovative base-bleed system this range could be increased to 49 km without loss of accuracy. *26 June—Television presenter Richard Whiteley dies at Leeds General Infirmary following a short illness. WikiPedia:South Africa Dmoz:Regional Africa South Africa Commons:Category:South Africa


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for the Model 1917 Howitzer. The M107 differs from the M102 mainly in having a wider driving band. * In France, article 9 of the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen 1789, which has force as constitutional (Constitution) law, begins: "Any man being presumed innocent until he has been declared guilty ...". The Code of Criminal Procedure states in its preliminary article that "any person suspected or prosecuted is presumed innocent for as long


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