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USS Wichita (CA-45)

USS Wichita (CA-45) USS Wichita (CA-45) was the last heavy cruiser to be produced for the US Navy before the outbreak of the Second World War, and the last to be restricted by the interwar naval treaties. She served with the British Home Fleet and took part in Operation Torch, the battle of Rennell Island, the Aleutian campaign, the invasions of the Marshall and Mariana Islands, and the battles of the Philippine Sea, Leyte Gulf and Okinawa.
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HMS Duke of Edinburgh

HMS Duke of EdinburghHMS Duke of Edinburgh was the name ship of the Duke of Edinburgh class of first class armoured cruisers, a class that consisted of the Duke of Edinburgh and her sister ship the Black Prince. The two ships served together for most of their careers, until the loss of the Black Prince at Jutland.
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Mail bomb injures Yale professor

On June 24, 1993, Yale University computer science professor David Gelernter is seriously injured while opening his mail when a padded envelope explodes in his hands. The attack just came two days after a University of California geneticist was injured by a similar bomb and was the latest in a string of bombings since 1978 that authorities believed to be related.
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Quibungo - Legends and Myths

According to legend, the Quibungo is a species of black bogeyman, an unexpected African visitor who eventually settled in Bahia, where he became part of local folklore. It is a variation of Tutu and Cuca, whose main function was to discipline, for fear, rebellious children and reluctant to sleep early.
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Edict of Pacification of Boulogne, July 1573

Edict of Pacification of Boulogne, July 1573The edict of Pacification issued at Boulogne in July 1573 ended the Fourth War of Religion, and restricted the religious freedoms granted to the Huguenots at the end of the each of the first three wars of religion.By the terms of the edict the Huguenots were given the freedom to worship in public in La Rochelle, Nismes and Montauban.
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