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Pentode

Advantages over Tetrode One Tetrode could provide enough power to the speaker or transmitter and has a larger gain than its predecessor, triode. Tetrode however manifests secondary emission of electrons from the anode, which causes increased current to shield grille and causes the anode current decreases with increasing anode voltage in a part of Ia / Va feature. Oxen introduces ...

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Reception history of Jane Austen

The reception history of Jane Austen follows a path from modest fame to wild popularity. Jane Austen (1775–1817), the author of such works asPride and Prejudice (1813) and Emma (1815), has become one of the best-known and widely read novelists in the English language.[1] Her novels are the subject of intense scholarly study and the centre of a diverse fan culture. During her lifetime, Austen’s novels brought her little ...

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LG enV2 (VX9100)

The LG enV² is a Verizon Wireless digital messaging feature phone manufactured by LG. It is available in standard black as well as maroon (pomegranate, in Canada). Both the colors are available at Verizon Wireless (Telus Stores and Koodo stores, in Canada) stores, and were released on the same date. It is also capable of installing VZ Navigator. The original price of the phone at ...

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Sydney Riot of 1879

The Sydney Riot of 1879 was a civil disorder that occurred at an early international cricket match. It took place in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, at the Association Ground, Moore Park, now known as the Sydney Cricket Ground, during a match between a touring English team captained byLord Harris and New South Wales, led by Dave Gregory, who was also thecaptain of Australia. The riot was sparked by a controversial umpiring decision, when ...

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Procter & Gamble Tops Estimates, Raises Outlook

  Household products giant Procter & Gamble (PG) reported quarterly earnings and revenue on Thursday that beat analysts’ expectations. The company, which makes household staples such as Bounty paper towels and Tide detergent, reported fiscal second-quarter earnings excluding items of $1.22 per share, up from $1.10 a share a year ago. Revenue rose to $22.18 billion from $22.14 billion a ...

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Klaha

Masaki Haruna (春名真樹 Haruna Masaki?), aka Klaha, is a Japanese singer-songwriter. He is best known as the third vocalist for visual kei rock band Malice Mizer. His first band was the new wave group Pride of Mind, active from 1992-1996. He first played with Malice Mizer in 2000, on their single, “Shiroi Hada ni Kuruu Ai to Kanashimi no Rondo”, providing vocals, although he was credited as “fourth blood relative”. ...

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Gary Pettis

Gary Pettis Texas Rangers – No. 24 Center fielder Born: April 3, 1958 (age 54) Oakland, California Batted: Switch Threw: Right MLB debut September 13, 1982 for the California Angels Last MLB appearance September 10, 1992 for the Detroit Tigers Career statistics Batting average   .236 Hits   855 Runs batted in   259 Stolen bases   354 Teams California Angels (1982–1987) Detroit Tigers (1988–1989) Texas Rangers (1990–1991) San Diego Padres (1992) Detroit Tigers (1992) Career highlights and awards 5× Gold Glove ...

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Great Shefford railway station

The station opened on 1 April 1898 as West Shefford. It was renamed Great Shefford in November 1900. In 1923, a crane costing £179 was installed to facilitate the handling of heavy goods – particularly timber. The crane had a loading capacity of 64 tons. The station had a coal yard, and also dealt with dairy produce, livestock, and racehorses. The station closed to all traffic on 4 January ...

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Operation Goodwood

Operation Goodwood was a Second World War British offensive that took place between 18 and 20 July 1944. British VIII Corps, with three armoured divisions, launched the attack aiming to seize the German-held Bourguébus Ridge, along with the area between Bretteville-sur-Laize and Vimont, while also destroying as many German tanks as possible. Goodwood was proceeded by preliminary attacks dubbed the Second Battle of the Odon. On 18 July, British ...

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River Swilly

The River Swilly (Irish: An tSúileach) is a river in Ireland, which flows in an eastern direction through Letterkenny, County Donegal. Letterkenny, the largest town in County Donegal, is built on the river and became the first crossing point on the river in the 17th century. History The river takes its name Súileach from a man-eating water monster that was chopped in half by Saint Columba, who was born in Gartan.Letterkenny DJ ...

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