Santa Barbara dei Cannonieri

This article relies largely or entirely upon a single source. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. Please help improve this article by introducing citations to additional sources. (July 2014) The church of Saint Barbara of the Gunners (Italian) or Santa Barbara dei Cannonieri e dei Marinai is a small religious edifice in […]

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Polar Bear (locomotive)

Polar Bear Polar Bear at Amberley Museum Railway Type and origin Power type Steam Designer William Gordon Bagnall Builder W.G. Bagnall & Co., Stafford Serial number 1781 Build date 1905 Specifications Configuration 2-4-0 Boiler pressure 120 psi (0.83 MPa) Cylinders Two Cylinder size 4.5″ bore x 7.5″ stroke Loco brake Hand Train brakes Air Performance figures Maximum […]

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Pete Fidler

Peter Fidler Genres Psychedelic rock, bluegrass, jam band Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter Instruments Electric guitar, mandolin, lap steel guitar, dobro, banjo Years active 1996–present Labels Cleopatra PolyEster Gravel Road Associated acts Tyrnaround Bluestone Junction Waz E James Band Notable instruments 1974 Gibson 335 Dobro 1998 Fender Lap Steel Peter ‘Pete’ David Fidler[1] is a dobro player […]

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Stephanie Bennett (actress)

For other people with the same name, see Stephanie Bennett. Stephanie Bennett Born Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada[1] Nationality Canadian Occupation Actress Years active 2010–present Stephanie Bennett is a Canadian actress. She is known for her roles in Leprechaun: Origins and Shadowhunters. Contents 1 Career 2 Filmography 2.1 Film 2.2 Television 3 Awards and nominations 4 References […]

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Eeva-Liisa Manner

Eeva-Liisa Manner in 1963. Eeva-Liisa Manner (5 December 1921 in Helsinki – 7 July 1995 in Tampere), Finnish poet, playwright and translator. She was born in Helsinki but spent her youth in Vyborg (Viipuri). Manner started as a poet in 1944 (Mustaa ja punaista — “Black and Red”). From her breakthrough collection of poems, Tämä […]

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