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he is now the CEO of Boxing By Syd Athletic Centre in Kitchener, Ontario.[2] Syd, the youngest of five brothers, was encouraged by his father, a boxing fanatic, who incorporated his love of the sport into every aspect of his children’s lives by including a full size boxing ring in their backyard. Syd fought world champions Bernard Hopkins, Jeff Lacey, and has a victory over Glen Johnson.[3] It is through boxing that Syd has learned many valuable lessons that he applies to his life outside the ring. According to Syd, success is not about how great of a boxer one can be, but rather measured by the quality of meaningful relationships acquired while working
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959 Kamera Werkstätten became VEB Kamera and KinoWerke Dresden. In 1964 they became VEB Pentacon and in 1970, Kombinat VEB Pentacon. With the unification of the East German photographic industry the Praktisix was modified to become the Pentacon Six. Frame spacing was improved through the use of a roller with teeth that is turned by the film as it advances; when the correct length of film has advanced, the mechanism disengages.[1]

When the TTL-metered prism was introduced, the letters 'TL' were added to the name plate but no other changes were made.

The Pent
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Neptis aurivillii is a butterfly in the Nymphalidae family. It is found in Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi and Zambia.[2] The habitat consists of montane and sub-montane forests.

The larvae feed on Macaranga species and Urera hypselodendron.

Neptis aurivillii aurivillii (south-eastern Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia)
Neptis aurivillii ufipa Kielland, 1990 (Tanzania: west to the Ufipa district)
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"Guess What" was the second single to be released from Syleena Johnson's second album, Chapter II: The Voice. A remix entitled "Guess What (Guess Again)" was released as a single and featured R. Kelly's vocals as well as production and writing. The video was directed by Fab Five Freddy. "Guess What (Guess Again)" has two versions. The first, which appears on the CD single has clean lyrics. The second has explicit lyrics. The explicit edition was featured only on her website on a broadband player. Now, that her third album is out, the explicit version can no longer be heard.
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The Lokoho River is located in northern Madagascar. It drains to the north-east coast, into the Indian Ocean. It drains the southern half of the Marojejy Massif. Its mouth is situated 25 km in the south of Sambava, near Farahalana.

There were some projects for the installation of hydroelectric power plants by Jirama in the 1970s, but they were never concretized.

In 2002 another project, for a plant of 6 kW capacity by Electricité de Madagascar in cooperation with the French EDF, German RWE, GTZ and Canadian Hydro-Québec was stopped in 2009[1] due to the political situation at the time.
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LePlat to a French immigrant father in Pasadena, California,[1] he was one of the original members of the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, performing under the name Platoff. While with the company, Platt choreographed Ghost Town (1939), set to music by Richard Rodgers.

Platt danced the role of Chalmers/Dream Curly in the original 1943 Broadway production of Oklahoma!.[2][3][4]

Platt appeared in the 1955 film version of Oklahoma! in a dancing / speaking role as one of Curly's cowboy friends. He is the cowboy friend who buys Curly's saddle for $10 at the auction - and who also comments that, the previous year, Ado Annie's sweet potato pie gave him a 'three day bellyache' (Marc Platt is credited in the cast list of the film as a dancer). After he stopped dan
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943, Whitty was educated at Latymer Upper School and graduated from St John's College, Cambridge with a BA (Hons) degree in Economics. He worked for Hawker Siddeley Aviation from 1960 to 1962 and at the Ministry of Aviation Technology from 1965 to 1970.

He was employed by the Trades Union Congress from 1970 to 1973 and the General Municipal Boilermakers and Allied Trade Union from 1973 to 1985.

In 1985, Whitty became the General Secretary of the Labour Party, a post he held until 1994. He was part of the reforming leadership of Neil Kinnock and in the role progressed a wide-ranging agenda including the modification of internal rules, a shift towards a national membership scheme, the expulsion of the entryist Militant tendency, and, following the 1987 election defeat, the internal Policy Review. Whitty's period as General Secretary meant that he oversaw two general elections (the later in 1992), and the e
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eorganized from the 77th Special Forces Group, which was also stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Its purpose is to conduct guerrilla operations and train friendly governments' armed forces in the South, Central, and North America as well as the Caribbean. 7th Special Forces Group participated in Operation Urgent Fury in Grenada in 1983, as well as in Operation Just Cause in Panama in 1989. The 7th SFG has, like all the SFGs, been heavily deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan in the War on Terrorism.[1]

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1 History
1.1 World War II
1.2 Reorganization as 7th Group
1.3 Vietnam
1.4 Latin America
1.5 Global War on Terrorism
1.6 Relocation
2 References
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