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    Convection ovens never really took off in Europe...

    Convection ovens never really took off in Europe outside professional gastronomy. Which means i can't really buy one that's advertised as such unless i'm willing to drop literally a four-digit sum on...
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    It's not that hard to achieve. However, of course...

    It's not that hard to achieve. However, of course with each round those representing the EU27 get a bit more sceptical and possibly fed up.

    This next round Donald Tusk will still be in office as...
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    The graph shows the way to "no deal". If the EU...

    The graph shows the way to "no deal". If the EU does not unanimously (!) vote in favour of extending the current transitional period it's a no deal out.


    The financial damage that the UK has...
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    Timeline of what happened on the topic of this...

    Timeline of what happened on the topic of this thread from exactly the day when the opening post was made:
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    Please, German car manufacturers are investing...

    Please, German car manufacturers are investing into developing electric cars because they can make a load of money with that. Consequently all such development is also focused on a mid- to high-tier...
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    Overnight waywardness isn't much of a problem in...

    Overnight waywardness isn't much of a problem in the concept here. The company has freelancers pick em up to charge them overnight pretty much every night with designated zones where they're supposed...
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    Overnight waywardness isn't much of a problem in...

    Overnight waywardness isn't much of a problem in the concept here. The company has freelancers pick em up to charge them overnight pretty much every night with designated zones where they're supposed...
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    I counted today. Three minutes on the tram from...

    I counted today. Three minutes on the tram from the commuter rail station to my home for half a mile through a residential neighborhood. Six scooters in random places on sidewalks. And that's with...
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    Kent State by the Ohio National Guard, 1970, also...

    Kent State by the Ohio National Guard, 1970, also comes to mind.

    As for being used against its own people otherwise - Blair Mountain in 1921.
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    Can we call 'em the "British Tanker Wars" ?

    Can we call 'em the "British Tanker Wars" ?
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    Poland has military parades all the time. Armed...

    Poland has military parades all the time. Armed Forces Day on August 15th, the "Strong in Alliances" parade for Constitution Day on May 3rd this year (with US participation), the Independence Day...
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    Does it need to be intentional? ...

    Does it need to be intentional?

    https://www.nytimes.com/2004/11/05/nyregion/warplane-strafes-a-school-in-new-jersey.html
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    If you're counting 1860 then you also have to...

    If you're counting 1860 then you also have to count Edward VIII's visits as Prince of Wales. 1919, 1920, 1924, 1927.
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    If you're counting 1860 then you also have to...

    If you're counting 1860 then you also have to count Edward VIII's visits as Prince of Wales. 1919, 1920, 1924, 1927.
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    The current foreign minister of France is the son...

    The current foreign minister of France is the son of a car parts salesman and a seamstress who went to the rather average University of Rennes, the interior minister initially dropped out of school...
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    Edward VII got to Russia in 1908 as king, which...

    Edward VII got to Russia in 1908 as king, which is significantly farther than Victoria.
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    The reason for the lack of state visits by...

    The reason for the lack of state visits by British monarchs in general was because they had to fund such visits out of their own pockets or they'd lose their tax exemption - at least that's the...
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    The Bastille Day parades were introduced in 1880...

    The Bastille Day parades were introduced in 1880 - along with making the day a national holiday - on behalf of the then new "first republican president" of the Third Republic who sought to push down...
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    The 2012 flyboards used a fixed hose to pump up...

    The 2012 flyboards used a fixed hose to pump up water from a turbine (waterjet) on the surface, which would be expelled by the flyboard for upwards propulsion. The current version (Flyboard Air) was...
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    One of the weapons in the cache, a Rossi .38...

    One of the weapons in the cache, a Rossi .38 Special revolver, has been proven to have been the weapon with which Lübcke was killed (as in: not the .22LR).
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