Attempts

Some articles on attempts:

1986–1987 Philippine Coup Attempts
... A significant number of the military participants in these attempts belonged to the Reform the Armed Forces Movement (RAM), while others were identified ... Two of the attempts — the November 1986 "God Save the Queen" plot and the July 1987 plot — were uncovered and quashed by authorities before they could be ... Save for the August 1987 coup attempts, which left 53 people dead, the other plots were repelled with minimal or no violence ...
Murud-Janjira - History
... Despite their repeated attempts, the Portuguese, the British and the Marathas failed to subdue the power of the Siddi's, who were themselves allied with the ... the 12 meters high Granite walls but failed in all his attempts ... the fort but was unsuccessful in all his attempts ...
I've Never Seen Star Wars (radio Series) - Episodes - Series 1
... Crispy Pancake, has colonic irrigation, attempts to be a hairdresser, reads Jane Austen, and drinks absinthe 1 - 2 Paul Daniels 25 September 2008 (2008-09-25) Magician Paul Daniels cooks ...
2009 A-League Grand Final - Match Statistics
... Melbourne Adelaide Attempts at goal 9 ... Attempts on target 3 ... Attempts off target 6 ... Attempts - Woodwork 0 ... Keeper saves 4 ... Ball possession 50% 50% Corners 2 ... Fouls ...
Gun Violence In The United States - Violent Crime Related To Guns - U.S. Presidential Assassinations and Attempts
... At least eleven assassination attempts with firearms have been made on U.S ... Truman, and Gerald Ford (two attempts) survived assassination attempts unharmed ...

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    Society gains nothing whilst a man, not himself renovated, attempts to renovate things around him; he has become tediously good in some particular but negligent or narrow in the rest; and hypocrisy and vanity are often the disgusting result.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Because the soul is progressive, it never quite repeats itself, but in every act attempts the production of a new and fairer whole.
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