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      Wetbike - Wikipedia article 
    Description: The first appearance of the Wetbike was in the 1978 James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me. In one scene, right before the film's end, 007 is seen riding on a Wetbike (the actual Spirit Marine prototype) to villain Karl Stromberg's lair, the submergible fortress Atlantis. Bond refers to the Wetbike as a Q gadget.
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      Arctic Cat - Wikipedia article 
    Description: Arctic Cat is a producer of ATVs and Snowmobiles in the United States. Located in Thief River Falls, Minnesota, they are a top competitor with other snowmobile companies such as Polaris, Ski-Doo by Bombardier, and Yamaha. The NASDAQ stock trading symbol is ACAT.
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      Maurice Clarett - Wikipedia 
    Description: Maurice Clarett (born October 29, 1983 in Youngstown, Ohio) is an American football player. He is well known for unsuccessfully challenging the NFL's rule that a player must be out of high school for three years to be eligible for the entry draft.
    Added on: 13-Feb-2006 Hits: 1277
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      Eddie Rickenbacker - Wikipedia 
    Description: Edward Vernon (Eddie) Rickenbacker (October 8, 1890 - July 27, 1973) was an American fighter pilot who flew in World War I. He was a true World War I flying ace with 26 kills and 300 combat hours, reportedly more than any other U.S. pilot in the war.
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      Snowmobile - Wikipedia article 
    Description: A snowmobile (or snow scooter, often referred to by enthusiasts as a 'sled' and in the Canadian north and Alaska as a 'snowmachine') is a land vehicle propelled by one or two rubber tracks, with skis for steering. They are designed to be operated on snow and ice, and require no road or trail. Most snowmobiles are typically powered by two-stroke gasoline/petrol internal combustion engines. Even though they are not designed for it, snowmobiles will skim on top of water if the speed is high enough, as demonstrated by the annual snowmobile river drag race in Kautokeino, Norway. Summertime occupations for snowmobile enthusiasts can also involve drag racing on grass or even asphalt strips. People that drive them are commonly known as snowmobilers.
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      Enigma Machine - Wikipedia article 
    Description:
    In the history of cryptography, the Enigma was a portable cipher machine used to encrypt and decrypt secret messages. More precisely, Enigma was a family of related electro-mechanical rotor machines — there were a variety of different models.

    The Enigma was used commercially from the early 1920s on, and was also adopted by the military and governmental services of a number of nations — most famously by Nazi Germany before and during World War II.

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      Los Angeles Sports Arena - Wikipedia 
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    The Los Angeles Sports Arena is an indoor arena in Los Angeles, California. Built by the city in 1959 at a cost of $7 million, the arena can seat 16,021 for ice hockey and 18,750 for basketball. The Sports Arena is located in Exposition Park, adjacent to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and the University of Southern California.

    Currently, high school basketball championships, concerts, and conventions are held in the facility. With the USC teams moving to the new Galen Center starting in the Fall of 2006, the Sports Arena is no longer the home court for any college or professional team.


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      UCLA athletics - Wikipedia 
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    The sports teams for UCLA are called the Bruins. The Bruin men's and womens' teams participate in NCAA Division I-A as part of the Pacific Ten Conference. Many of the greatest college athletes in history have played for UCLA. Jackie Robinson, Troy Aikman, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Earl Watson, and Ann Meyers are just some of the famous athletic alumni.

    The UCLA school colors are "True Blue" and gold. The "True Blue" is a slightly darker shade than the previous powder blue worn by teams. The shade was developed by the UCLA athletic department and Adidas for the 2003 school year.


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      Walt Hazzard - Wikipedia 
    Description: Walt Raphael Hazzard Jr. (born April 15, 1942 in Wilmington, Delaware) is a former college, Olympic, and professional basketball player and college basketball coach, now retired.
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      Skipper (boating) - Wikipedia article 
    Description:
    A skipper is a man who has command of a boat or ship. It is more or less equivalent to "captain". At sea he has absolute command over his men. He may or may not be the owner of the boat.

    The word is derived from the Dutch word schipper; schip is Dutch for "ship". In Dutch sch- is pronounced [s-kh-] (not [sh] as in German), and English-speakers rendered this as [sk-].

    The word "skipper" is used more than "captain" for some types of craft, for example trawlers.

    In U.S. Navy slang, it is a term used in reference to the Commanding officer of any Ship, Unit, Platoon, or Detachment regardless of rank. It is generally only applied to someone who has earned the speaker's respect.


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