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1.Cumbria in 1975, the last year Carlisle United were in the top tier
This year was certainly a sweet year for Carlisle United Football Club, who enjoyed their first ever season in the top-flight on English football.
From : News and Star
2.Jill Biden stops off in Alaska to tout getting vaccines to tribal communities on her way to Tokyo Olympics that have already been plagued by COVID
First lady Jill Biden departed the White House Wednesday for her first solo trip abroad: to attend the Tokyo summer Olympics ...
From : Daily Mail on MSN.com
3.This Day in History - July 19
Today is the 200th day in 2021. There are 165 days left in the year. TODAY'S HIGHLIGHT. 1980: Summer Olympics in Moscow begin ...
From : The Jamaica Observer
4.Jill Biden stops in Alaska on her way to Tokyo Olympics
Jill Biden embarked Wednesday on her first solo international trip as first lady, leading a U.S. delegation to the Olympic ...
From : SFGate
5.New chief selected for Capitol Police after 1/6 insurrection
A police official who has run large departments in Maryland and Virginia has been selected as chief of the U.S. Capitol ...
From : YourBasin
6.Grizzly bear shot and killed in Montana 3 days after woman fatally attacked
The bear was shot by federal wildlife workers wearing night vision goggles shortly after midnight, officials said.
From : CBS News
7.Black and Brown Americans biggest losers in 50-year war on drugs
Following the passage of stiffer penalties for crack cocaine and other drugs, the Black incarceration rate exploded from ...
From : Chicago Sun-Times
8.Jim Murray teams up with Robson Green for Icelandic Fly-Fishing Adventure – but who is the actor?
Jim Murray has teamed up with Robson Green for their show Icelandic Fly-Fishing Adventure as they explore how it can be used ...
From : Entertainment Daily UK
9.Alberta spending $8 million for First Nations to research unmarked burial sites and undocumented deaths at residential schools
First Nations communities will lead the way when it comes to researching undocumented deaths and burials at residential ...
From : Leduc Rep
10.Sex Pistols singer calls TV show ‘nonsense’ in songs dispute
Former Sex Pistols singer John Lydon said Wednesday that he’s “heart and soul” against letting the band’s songs be used in an ...
From : WPIX
11.Pianist Vondráček delivers fresh and individual Beethoven in CSO debut
Oddly, that’s exactly what happened Saturday night with Lukáš Vondráček delivering an uncommonly fresh and rewarding ...
From : Chicago Classical Review
Wikipedia sayings about emperor who died in 1975
A cloistered emperor (太上法皇, daijō hōō, also pronounced dajō hōō) was a Japanese emperor who abdicated and entered the Buddhist monastic community by receiving
2.Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor
Christina, who died shortly after being born. Progressively ill with smallpox and strained by sudden childbirth and tragedy, Isabella died the following