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Twenty one innings with a 0-0 tie gets broken up (August 1, 1918)

There are long games and then there are very long games. No one scoring a run makes it even worse.

So, on August 1, 1918, the Pirates break the longest scoreless tie in baseball history against the Boston Braves, when the team tallies two runs in the top of the twenty-first inning for an eventual 2-0 victory at Braves Field. 129 more words

Boston Braves

Citizens in Marylebone, for International Women's Day

The St Marylebone Women Citizen’s Association arose out of a meeting convened by the local branch of the London Society for Women’s Suffrage. It was decided to form an association to promote ‘citizenship’ among the women of St Marylebone. 557 more words

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LEVITICUS 19:18

Take no revenge and cherish no grudge against your own people. You shall love your neighbor as yourself. I am the LORD.

-LEVITICUS 19:18

Something About Love

From the show Ladies First of 1918 and The Lady in Red of 1919, this is one of a handful of songs George wrote with high school English teacher, lyricist, and friend, Lou Paley. 289 more words

George Gershwin

L'histoire du soldat (The Soldier’s Tale)

L’histoire du soldat tells the story of a soldier who, whilst on his way home on leave, encounters the devil and is convinced to sell his violin in exchange for a book predicting the future. 203 more words

1918

Abdon Porte, idolul care nu a putut trai fara echipa sa

Este o dimineata cetoasa de martie, frigul ii impinge pe multi sa stea in casa. Cu o zi inainte jucase Nacional, echipa care domina campionatul din Uruguay. 778 more words

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