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Lincoln Motor Company

popularity of SUVs. Lincoln Aviator Black Label Lincoln Corsair Lincoln Nautilus Reserve Lincoln Navigator L Lincoln Continental Lincoln MKZ Lincoln vehicles are...

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Martin Scorsese

biography The Aviator (2004), the crime thriller The Departed (2006), the psychological thriller Shutter Island (2010), and the Wall Street black comedy The...

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Richie McCaw

All Blacks defeated the touring Lions 3–0 in the series. McCaw was part of the successful Tri Nations campaign (losing just one game) and Grand Slam...

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Rhett & Link

consisting of Rhett James McLaughlin (born October 11, 1977) and Charles Lincoln "Link" Neal III (born June 1, 1978). Self-styled as "Internetainers" (portmanteau...

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List of films based on actual events (2000–present)

Samuel Byck, who plotted to kill Richard Nixon in 1974 The Aviator (2004) – the story of aviator Howard Hughes Ay Juancito (2004) – Argentine biographical...

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Phish concert tours and festivals

remain with the label until their 2004 breakup. In the midst of their touring schedule, they found time to record their major label debut, A Picture...

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George W. Bush

Retrieved August 8, 2020. "Rushmore Plus One; FDR joins Mountainside Figures Washington, Jefferson, Teddy Roosevelt and Lincoln as Top Presidents" (PDF)...

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2019 deaths in the United States

dead at 57 Big Black Bassist Dave Riley Dead at 59 Allee Willis, ‘September’ and ‘Friends’ Theme Songwriter, Dies at 72 Longtime Grand Forks politician...

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List of unsolved murders (20th century)

No other suspects were identified. The plane crash that killed early aviator B. H. DeLay (31), a pioneering stunt pilot, on 4 July 1923, in Venice,...

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List of people from Englewood, New Jersey

2001, updated January 25, 2015. Accessed December 17, 2020. "Shortly before she married aviator Col. Charles A. Lindbergh in a secret ceremony at her...

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John McCain

and received a commission in the United States Navy. He became a naval aviator and flew ground-attack aircraft from aircraft carriers. During the Vietnam...

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Rye, New York

(golfer) Jennifer Donnelly, author Eddie Eagan, sportsman Amelia Earhart, aviator; first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean (Born in Atchison, Kansas)...

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Wenatchee, Washington

Miss Veedol, in the hills of East Wenatchee, and thus became the first aviators to fly nonstop across the Pacific Ocean. The 41-hour flight from Sabishiro...

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List of Keys to the City in the United States

14, 2002). "'Black Gold' gleams with 'what-if' tidbits of Hendrix's career". The Seattle Times. p. E3. "Bob Hope, grand marshal, grand comedian, gets...

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List of The Memory Palace episodes

original on 2016-09-20. Retrieved 2020-01-07. "Pocket bottle". The Met. Archived from the original on 2016-11-02. Retrieved 2020-01-09. "Promise". the memory...

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Pau, Pyrénées-Atlantiques

Finally, in 2007, the race became a round of the World Touring Car Championship. The Grand Prix de Pau Historique is organized on the Circuit de Pau-Ville [fr]...

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Kingston upon Hull

Johnson pioneering aviator" (PDF). Hull Local Studies Library. July 2005. Retrieved 16 April 2008. "Alderton, John". Who's Who 2008. A&C Black. 2008. ISBN 978-0-7136-8555-8...

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Plainfield, New Jersey

Westfield, New Jersey. John Drayton Baker (1915–1942), American Naval aviator who was awarded the Navy Cross for his actions during World War II. Jeff...

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Li'l Abner

radio, and television fame. Cap'n Eddie Ricketyback: Decrepit World War I aviator and proprietor/sole operator of the even more decrepit Dogpatch Airlines...

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List of Columbia College people

Technology founder Edwin Augustus Stevens Cortlandt F. Bishop (1891), American aviator and book collector, grandson of philanthropist Benjamin Hazard Field Howard...

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Lincoln Motor Company

Lincoln (formally the Lincoln Motor Company) is the luxury vehicle division of American automobile manufacturer Ford. Marketed among the top luxury vehicle brands in the United States for nearly its entire existence, Lincoln has competed closely against its General Motors counterpart Cadillac. The division has the distinction of establishing the personal luxury car segment with the 1940 Lincoln Continental; more recently, the 1998 Lincoln Navigator was the first full-size luxury SUV. Lincoln Motor Company was founded in 1917 by Henry M. Leland, naming it after Abraham Lincoln. In February 1922, the company was acquired by Ford, its parent company to this day. Following World War II, Ford formed the Lincoln-Mercury Division, pairing Lincoln with its mid-range Mercury brand; the pairing lasted through the 2010 closure of Mercury. At the end of 2012, Lincoln reverted to its original name, Lincoln Motor Company. Following the divestiture of Premier Automotive Group (Jaguar, Land Rover, Aston Martin, and Volvo) and the closure of Mercury, Lincoln remains the sole luxury nameplate of Ford Motor Company. Originally founded as a freestanding division above Lincoln, Continental was integrated within Lincoln in 1959. For 1969, the Continental-branded Mark series was marketed through Lincoln, adopting the Lincoln name for 1986. The Lincoln four-point star emblem is derived from a badge introduced on the 1956 Continental Mark II; the current version was introduced in 1980. The current product range of Lincoln consists of luxury sedans, crossovers, and sport-utility vehicles. Throughout its entire existence, Lincoln has also produced vehicles for limousine and livery use; several examples have served as official state limousines for Presidents of the United States. In 2017, Lincoln sold 188,383 vehicles globally. Outside of North America, Lincoln vehicles are officially sold in the Middle East (except Iran and Syria), China, and South Korea.

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