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- NEWS OF THE WEIRD. // Inside Tucson Business;11/15/2004, Vol. 14 Issue 18, p37
Provides information on global events as of November 2004. Monkey rampaging through town in India; Cancellation of Halloween activities in Puyallup, Washington; Controversy regarding an Elvis Presley impersonator in Minnesota.
- GP Life: Why a job exchange is all about trust. Warner, Greg // GP: General Practitioner;8/9/2004, p44
According to the author, home exchanges can work if the practicalities are tackled at an early stage. The article presents the author's experience of the exchange of holiday with an American lawyer. According to the author, the trouble was that they had no model on which to base their exchange....
- Secular frequencies of 3-D exoplanetary systems. Anne-Sophie Libert; Jacques Henrard // Celestial Mechanics & Dynamical Astronomy;Mar2008, Vol. 100 Issue 3, p209
Abstract Using a 12th order expansion of the perturbative potential in powers of the eccentricities and the inclinations, we study the secular effects of two non-coplanar planets which are not in mean�??motion resonance. By means of Lie transformations (which introduce an action�??angle...
- MARCH 18, 1937. Stone, Ron // Book of Texas Days;1984, p45
This is part of The Book of Texas Days, 1984, which chronicles important events and persons in the history of Texas. The oil boom of the 1930s brought thousands of people to east Texas. Little towns became bustling cities; schools strained to care for all the new students. At New London, a brand...
- Natural Wonders. // Weekly Reader - Edition 2;May/Jun2010, Vol. 79, Special section p1
The article offers information on natural wonders in the U.S. Old Faithful, a geyser in Wyoming, shoots steam and thousands of gallons of water up in the air every 35 to 120 minutes. Niagara falls actually consists of two waterfalls which would be over 3,000 feet wide if measured side-by-side....
- Facts about the states. // World Almanac for Kids;1996, p257
Presents fundamental information about each of the states of the United States and about Puerto Rico. Population; Area; Date that each state entered the union; Postal abbreviations; State symbols including flower, tree and song; Capitals; Largest cities; Important products; Other facts and...
- Strange world. Strange, Wil B. // Campus Life;Sep94, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p70
Offers brief articles on strange happenings and events. Why Florida teacher Tom Desjardins agreed to eat an earthworm sandwich; Wacky English signs in foreign countries; Kitty litter made from recycled newspapers; Famous people's weird pets; Thair Witmer, a Washburn University student, and his...
- Strange world. Strange, Wil B. // Campus Life;Jan1995, Vol. 53 Issue 6, p62
Offers a variety of strange facts and happenings. Why January, named after the Roman god Janus, is a two-faced month; The longest and shortest place names in the world; Harold Smith of Baltimore, who turned an old Datsun into a grass-covered work of art; More.
- Strange world. Strange, Wil B. // Campus Life;Apr95, Vol. 53 Issue 9, p54
Offers a variety of strange facts and happenings. April Fools' Day gags from the past including the British Broadcasting Corporation's documentary about a spaghetti farm; How Betty Crocker never really existed; A call for readers' lunchtime horror stories.