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  2. This $17 swimsuit from Walmart will flatter any figure: 'It ...

    Another kept their feedback short and sweet: "This swimsuit is great. It fits well and has great tummy coverage." Somer Women's One-Piece Tummy Control Swimsuit. $17 $40. See at Walmart. And for ...

  3. West Coast Main Line - Wikipedia

    Geography The northern WCML as it weaves through the Lune Gorge in Cumbria alongside the M6. The spine between London Euston and Glasgow Central is 399 miles (642 km) long, with principal InterCity stations at Watford Junction, Milton Keynes Central, Rugby, Stafford, Crewe, Warrington Bank Quay, Wigan North Western, Preston, Lancaster, Oxenholme Lake District, Penrith and Carlisle.

  4. History of Belgium - Wikipedia

    A key turning point when it was used specifically to refer to the southern part of the Netherlands was during the so-called "Brabant revolution" or "First Belgian Revolution" in 1790. This terminology was revived after the better known revolution of 1830, when modern Belgium broke out of the post-Waterloo kingdom of the Netherlands. Prehistory

  5. Gasoline - Wikipedia

    The free market did not support the expense of producing 100-octane aviation fuel in large volume, especially during the Great Depression. Iso-octane in the early development stage cost $7.9 per liter ($30/U.S. gal), and, even by 1934, it was still $0.53 per liter ($2/U.S. gal)compared to $0.048 ($0.18) for motor gasoline when the Army decided ...

  6. List of Presidential Medal of Freedom recipients - Wikipedia

    Jimmy Carter (1999) George H.W. Bush (2011) Bill Clinton (2013) Joe Biden (2017, as Vice President; also awarded with Distinction) In 2015, President Barack Obama stated that there was no precedent to revoke a Presidential Medal of Freedom, regarding the award given to stand-up comedian and actor Bill Cosby. [6]

  7. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland - Wikipedia

    The coalition was committed to free trade (as opposed to the high tariffs the Conservatives sought), free collective bargaining for trades unions (which Conservatives opposed), an active social policy that was forging the welfare state, and constitutional reform to reduce the power of the House of Lords. The coalition lacked a long-term plan ...

  8. Swastika - Wikipedia

    On Japanese maps, a swastika (left-facing and horizontal) is used to mark the location of a Buddhist temple. The right-facing swastika is often referred to as the gyaku manji (逆卍, lit. "reverse swastika") or migi manji (右卍, lit. "right swastika"), and can also be called kagi jūji (鉤十字, literally "hook cross") .

  9. Hoa people - Wikipedia

    The Hoa merchant traders not only controlled the large merchant ships that transported the rice throughout the country, but they also monopolized the entirety of Southern Vietnam's shipping and freight operation industry before 1975. The first steam-operated rice milling enterprise owned by the Hoa came into being in 1876 in Chợ Lớn.