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  • {{Infobox musical artist | Instrument = [[Banjo]], [[guitar]], [[recorder (musical instrument)|recorder]], [[tin whistle]], [[mandolin]], [[piano]], [[ukule
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  • ...ith non-European folk roots, which is more typically classified as [[world music]]. had antecedents in the labor movement of the 1930s, notably in the folk music of [[Pete Seeger]] (1919-2014) and [[Woody Guthrie]] (1912-1967), and becam
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  • ...3).</ref> Smallmouth bass tend to jump more and fight aggressively on the surface when hooked, in order to throw the hook. Bass are usually filleted when ...mass)|lb]]). A variety of angling methods are used, including trolling and surfcasting. The largest striped bass ever caught by angling was a 35.6&nbsp;kg
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  • ...he same roots and diverged from the prevalent rock style into [[electronic music]]. ...eavy metal]], but it also drew heavily non-Western sources, such as Indian music.
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  • ...nual average number of tornadoes"> [ NOAA National Climatic Data Center]. Retrieved N ...erse cohort of institutions of higher education, from large state-funded research universities to small colleges that cultivate a liberal arts, religious or
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  • European explorers&mdash;first the [[Portugal|Portuguese]] in search of the Spice Islands (in present day [[Indonesia]]) and then the [[Spain|Sp [[Image:Palikir.JPG|thumb|right|250px|World Class Surf of Pohnpei's Palikir Pass also known as P-Pass]]
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  • ...ornia, San Diego (UCSD) with its affiliated UCSD Medical Center promotes research in [[biotechnology]]. Its economy is largely composed of [[agriculture]], b ...Institute. The presence of University of California, San Diego and other research institutions helped fuel biotechnology growth. In June 2004, San Diego was
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  • ...irit at the time of his baptism (see [ Mark 1:9-11]). A feast celebrating Christ's birth gave the chur iconography, resulting in oddities such as a red fur-coated Santa Claus surfing in for a turkey barbecue on Australia's Bondi Beach.
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  • ...orse to return to the sea. Many of the fleeing Vikings were drowned in the surf due to their heavy mail coats as they struggled for the safety of their lon ...ings in the East-Remarkable Eyewitness Accounts."[]''''.</ref>
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  • difficult due the need to consistently dive through the waves until the surf line is crossed. ...ica]]) have become popular with trophy hunting, freediving spearfishers in search of [[Yellowfin Tuna]].
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