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      Oktoberfest - Wikipedia 
    Description: Oktoberfest is a two-week festival held each year in Munich, Bavaria, Germany during late September and early October. It is one of the most famous events in the city and the world's largest fair, with some six million people attending every year. Other cities across the world also hold fairs, modeled after the Munich event, also called Oktoberfest.

    The event usually takes place during the 16 days up to and including the first Sunday in October, but if this day is the 1st or 2nd then the festival will go on until the October 3rd (German Unity Day). Thus, the festival is 17 days when the 1st Sunday is October 2nd and 18 days when it is October 1st. The festival is held on an area named the Theresienwiese, often called "d' Wiesn" for short. Beer plays a central role in the fair, with every festival beginning with a keg of beer tapped by the Mayor of Munich who declares "O'zapft is!" (Bavarian for "It's tapped!"). A special Oktoberfest beer is brewed for the occasion, which is slightly darker and stronger, in both taste and alcohol. It is served in a one-liter-tankard called Maß. The first "mass" is served to the Bavarian Minister-President. Only local Munich breweries are allowed to serve this beer in a Bierzelt, a beer tent which is large enough for thousands.

    Visitors also consume large quantities of food, most of it traditional hearty fare such as sausage, hendl (chicken), käsespätzle (cheese noodles), and sauerkraut, along with such Bavarian delicacies as roast ox tails.
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      Overhead Projector - Wikipedia 
    Description: An overhead projector is a display system that is used to display images to an audience. They typically consist of a large box containing a very bright lamp and a fan to cool it, on top of which is a large lens that collimates the light. Above the box, typically on a long arm, is a mirror that redirects the light forward instead of up.
    Added on: 10-Nov-2005 Hits: 795
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      Pauley Pavilion 
    Description: UCLA Basketball Arena
    Added on: 26-May-2005 Hits: 857
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      Police Car - Wikipedia 
    Description: A police car is a vehicle used by police forces around the world to patrol, temporarily detain and transport individual criminal suspects.

    Such vehicles are known variously around the world as police cruiser, squad car, prowler, radio car, panda car, area car, scout car or patrol car. In some places a police car may also be nicknamed a cop car, a cherry top or a jam sandwich.

    Use of the police car has largely replaced the tradition of officers or constables "walking a beat" in most jurisdictions. Advocates of community policing have asked police departments to encourage constables to spend less time in their vehicles and more time walking the streets and interacting with the community.

    With the advent of highways and motorways, special patrols have been established to monitor traffic offenses as well as engage suspects in flight. Highway and motorway patrols may use special pursuit cars that are designed for safe handling at higher speeds.
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      Reggie Miller - Wikipedia 
    Description: Reginald Wayne Miller (born August 24, 1965 in Riverside, California) is a former US professional basketball player. Miller spent the entirety of his 18-year NBA career with the Indiana Pacers. Miller was known for his precision three-point field goal shooting, especially in clutch situations. It is believed that no one hit more buzzer beaters than him. He holds the NBA record for career 3-pointers made (2,560). Currently, he works as a NBA commentator for TNT.
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      Roger Barkley 
    Description: Roger Barkley (b. September 11, 1936 Odebolt, Iowa, USA; d.December 21, 1997, Duarte, California) was a Los Angeles radio personality best remembered for his work with Al Lohman as part of The Lohman and Barkley Show over KFI (AM).

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      Rufus Scrimgeour 
    Description: Minister for Magic in Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince.
    Added on: 18-Aug-2005 Hits: 1196
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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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      Slide Show 
    Description: Slide Show
    Added on: 26-May-2005 Hits: 776
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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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