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Fallujah

on the results that excluded the Fallujah cluster. While the authors argued that the Fallujah cluster's inclusion could be justified as a normal part of the sampling strategy (the authors noted that other "hotspots" like Najaf had not ended up being surveyed), and the authors presented two sets of results in some cases (one set including the Fallujah data and one not), the article, and most press coverage of the article, stresses the data that excluded the Fallujah cluster. Mohsen


Worthing

on 24–26 July 1970. The band played a 30-45 minute set, including all the songs from the Strawberry Studios session. The gig had certainly got the band off to a good start, but problems set in immediately afterwards. Phil Lenoir left (Took claimed that they never saw him again after the festival) as did Tim Taylor, leaving Shagrat in search of a new rhythm section. Their music was upbeat good-time rock and roll, often jamming on The Beatles' "Tomorrow Never Knows", The Ventures' "Walk Don't Run", "Ghost Riders in the Sky ((Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend)" and other standards. Their sets climaxed with the lengthy "Uncle Harry's Last Freakout", essentially an amalgam of old Deviants riffs that included extended guitar and double drum solos. They were closely associated with the UK underground, being based in the Ladbroke Grove scene and playing festivals, benefits and free concerts. The band had strong connections with Farren's home town Worthing, playing gigs for the Worthing Workshop. These included an appearance on a float in the Worthing Rotary Club Carnival Procession and a free open-air concert in Beach House (Beach House, Worthing) Park. Playing for in June 1970 free outside the Bath Festival (Bath Festival of Blues and Progressive Music), they encountered another Ladbroke Grove based band Hawkwind, who shared similar interests in music and recreational activities, a friendship developed which would lead to the two bands becoming running partners and performing as '''Pinkwind'''. Sensationalist coverage in the (Mick Farren edited) ''International Times'' solidified their rebel reputation. Nude Woman, London Pigs & Rebel Musician: Multiple L.S.D – Rape Suicide Bid, International Times #85,Aug 13 1970 birth_date wikipedia:Worthing


Nottingham

Open , including a straight sets loss to Margaret Court in Newport (Newport, Rhode Island). At the US Open, however, King won the tournament without losing a set, including a quarterfinal win over Wade, a semifinal defeat of Court, and a final win over Kerry Melville Reid. King finished the year by winning the tournaments in Charlotte and Phoenix (defeating Court in the final of both), a runner-up finish in Oakland (losing to Court), and a semifinal finish in Boca Raton, Florida Boca


Greece

were available in a box set including with a three-track promo cassette and initial French pressings came with a promo CD including "Papa Won't Leave You, Henry," "Straight to You," "Brother, My Cup is Empty" and "Loom of the Land." Limited editions of other pressings came with an enclosed poster and t-shirt. A second pressing of the album was issued on 13 February 1996 thoughout Europe and the United States. Commons:Category:Greece Wikipedia:Greece Dmoz:Regional Europe Greece


Taiwan


France

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Japan

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Netherlands

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Germany

of his fiction is also setincluding ''The Treasure of the Sierra Madre'' (1927), which was adapted for the Academy Award-nominated film of the same name (The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (film)) in 1948. The origins of swordmaking here dated from 1691. A group of Lutheran swordmakers from Solingen in Germany settled in Shotley Bridge, allegedly in order to escape religious persecution, though in practice their departure was prompted by their breaking of guild oaths

. In the Netherlands and Germany, the album was re-released in a limited, Festival Edition CD DVD set including a 50 minute concert recorded at Paradiso (Paradiso (Amsterdam)) in Amsterdam, on 30 January 2006. '''Pasewalk''' ( ) is a town in the Vorpommern-Greifswald district, in the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern in Germany. Located on the Uecker river, it is the capital of the former Uecker-Randow district, and the seat


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