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  2. Bachman–Turner Overdrive - Wikipedia

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    Bachman–Turner Overdrive, often abbreviated BTO, were a Canadian rock band from Winnipeg, Manitoba, founded by Randy Bachman, Robbie Bachman and Fred Turner in 1973. Their 1970s catalogue included five top-40 albums and six US top-40 singles (11 in Canada).

  3. Turner Japan - Wikipedia

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    Turner Japan K.K. (ターナージャパン株式会社, Tānā Japan Kabushiki-gaisha) is a Japanese commercial television broadcasting company operated as a part of Warner Bros. Discovery through its International division

  4. ターナージャパン株式会社のプレスリリース(2022年11月8日 19時10分)日本オリジナル新ショートアニメ[とむとじぇりー]カートゥーン ...

  5. Tate

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    Tate is a family of four art galleries in London, Liverpool and Cornwall known as Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Tate Liverpool and Tate St Ives. Tate art museum houses the UK's collection of British art from 1500 and of international modern art

  6. 15:58 | Global shares mixed as investors eye China covid crisis, Japan inflation; 15:33 | Single-pilot operations only after thorough investigation, EASA says; 15:02 | China plans to build its first moon base powered by nuclear energy by 2028; 14:59 | European Union's medicines regulator warns of Covid spike in winter

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  8. 2001 Japan Airlines mid-air incident - Wikipedia

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    The event became known in Japan as the Japan Airlines near miss incident above Suruga Bay (日本航空機駿河湾上空ニアミス事故, Nihonkōkūki surugawan jōkū niamisu jiko). The incident was attributed to errors made by Air Traffic Controller (ATC) trainee Hideki Hachitani ( 蜂谷 秀樹 , Hachitani Hideki ) and trainee supervisor ...

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  10. The Collapse of Communism in Eastern Europe: A 30-Year Legacy. The Collapse of Communism in Eastern Europe: A 30-Year Legacy. This collection includes a broad sampling of articles from the National Intelligence Daily—the CIA's principal form of current intelligence analysis at the time—from February 1989 to March 1990.

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