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BR Standard Class 9F - Construction History
... the class comprised 251 locomotives, of which 53 were constructed at Swindon Works, and 198 at Crewe Works ... The last member of the class was constructed at Swindon in 1960, the 999th "BR Standard" to be constructed, and the last steam locomotive to be built by British Railways ...
BT-42
... The BT-42 was a Finnish assault gun, constructed during the Continuation War ... It was constructed from captured Soviet BT-7 light tanks and British 4.5-inch howitzers (114 mm-calibre light howitzer, model 1908) from 1918, which had ... Only eighteen vehicles were constructed ...
Cramlington - Estates
... The estates are Northburn (constructed between the late 1980s and the 1990s) Eastfield (constructed primarily in the late 1970s with an estate added in the ...
Kalaba-X - Sources and External Links
... Kalaba-X —Conlang Profile Pike's article on the language Constructed languages (conlangs) Types and concepts Artistic language (artlang) Constructed language (conlang ... Creation Society Translation relay Zompist.com List of constructed languages Codes for constructed languages Portal WikiProject ...
Monstrous Moonshine - Borcherds' Proof
... of Conway and Norton can be broken into five major steps as follows A vertex algebra V is constructed that is a graded algebra affording the moonshine representations ... A Lie algebra is constructed from V using the Goddard–Thorn "no-ghost" theorem from string theory this is a generalized Kac-Moody Lie algebra ... A denominator identity for is constructed that is related to the coefficients of ...

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    Marlon Brando (b. 1924)

    This monument, so imposing and tasteful, fittingly typifies the grand and symmetrical character of him in whose honor it has been builded. His was “the arduous greatness of things done.” No friendly hands constructed and placed for his ambition a ladder upon which he might climb. His own brave hands framed and nailed the cleats upon which he climbed to the heights of public usefulness and fame.
    Benjamin Harrison (1833–1901)

    This monument, so imposing and tasteful, fittingly typifies the grand and symmetrical character of him in whose honor it has been builded. His was “the arduous greatness of things done.” No friendly hands constructed and placed for his ambition a ladder upon which he might climb. His own brave hands framed and nailed the cleats upon which he climbed to the heights of public usefulness and fame.
    Benjamin Harrison (1833–1901)