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Introduced in 1929, the PV650-series was the very first Volvo powered by a six-cylinder engine. The name says it all: PV stands for PersonVagn (passenger car), the six stands for six-cylinder, the five stands for five seats, and the third digit refers to the version. 156 more words
Bringing Up Baby, 1938, RKO Radio Pictures. Starring Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant. Directed by Howard Hawks. B&W, 102 minutes.
Respectable, steadfast scientist Dr. David Huxley (Cary Grant) is engrossed in his latest project, completing the skeletal frame of a brontosaurus. 616 more words
Speke, lying just over seven miles south-east of Liverpool’s city centre, wasn’t planned as just another large council estate. The Corporation envisaged it as a ‘satellite town…planned to accommodate all classes of the community’. 1,590 more words
Blogging is a fascinating phenomenon. WordPress alone is said to be home to over 80 million posts a month, with authors busy hammering out articles on pretty much anything you can possibly imagine. 769 more words