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Australian Competition and Consumer Commission

of the front seat track locking mechanism, leading to the seat moving forward in the event of a collision. Holden reported a final JM series recall on 15 March 1996. Here, the headlamp

-05-10 In a second recall dated 21 July 1995, Holden stated cars produced from 26 May to 16 June 1995 may have been built with a kink in the wire of the front seat track locking mechanism, leading to the seat moving forward in the event of a collision.

Olympia, Washington

"How" In 1987, he began working on ''Pee-wee's Playhouse'', creating claymation clips about a character named Penny and her friend Arnold. Six years later, Bartlett was teamed up with five writers from ''Rugrats'' to develop animation projects for Nickelodeon. ref name "SeattlePost" >

Knoxville, Tennessee

early surveys were made of vast tracts of land lying on the east bank of the Tennessee River, in and near the present site of Savannah, in what is now Hardin County. One of these was in behalf of Colonel Joseph Hardin (Sr) for 3,000 acres

St. Louis

including Muay Thai, Tae Kwon Do, Eskrima, and Jeet Kune Do. Plot Gil Buckman (Steve Martin), a neurotic sales executive, is trying to balance a family in suburban St. Louis and his career. He wants to be an active father, rather than

Jacksonville, Florida

World Series "Little World Series" 5–1 against Toronto of the International League. Lopata received his unconditional release from the Braves on October 14, bringing his professional career to a close at the age of 34.

Puerto Rico

24, 1970) is a Puerto Rican (Puerto Rico) actor, best known for the role of Fernando Sucre on the television series ''Prison Break'', and for his role in ''Transformers''. He starred in the short-lived ABC (American Broadcasting Company) television series ''Work It (Work It (TV series))'' which premiered on January 3, 2012. '''Jose Manuel Cora Amaro''' (born May 14, 1965 in Caguas, Puerto Rico) is a former Major League Baseball player known as "The Rooster

Portland, Oregon

Museum Art School in Portland (Portland, Oregon), and his first job after college was at Will Vinton Productions, a clay-animation house. Originally, Bartlett intended to become a painter "in the 19th-century sense", but became interested in animated films during a trip to Italy.


"The Times"


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. ;Tipton Hotel The Tipton Hotel is where Zack, Cody, Carey, and London all live, and where the majority of the other characters in the series work. It is the main setting for the series. The Tipton Hotel is located in Boston, Massachusetts. The winners of the award are selected by a bi-partisan committee named by the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation (John F. Kennedy Library), which includes members of the Kennedy family as well as other prominent Americans. It is generally awarded each year around the time of Kennedy's birthday (May 29) at a ceremony at the Kennedy Library (John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library) in Boston. The award is generally presented by Kennedy's daughter Caroline Kennedy. Also before his death Senator Edward Kennedy (Ted Kennedy). The Quincy family Edmund Quincy (Edmund Quincy (1602–1636)), progenitor of the illustrious Quincy family after whom Quincy Market in Boston and the city of Quincy (Quincy, Massachusetts) are named, emigrated to Massachusetts in 1633. On December 14, 1635, he received a grant of land, approximately commons:Boston

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