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ARMAN___CH.
- user joined since October 9, 2006
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In what year was the first Christmas card produced?
In Christmas - asked by ARMAN___CH. - 1 answer - 11 years ago
Who wrote the Christmas story, "The Snowman"?
In Snowman - asked by ARMAN___CH. - 1 answer - 11 years ago
How many black keys are there on the a standard piano?
In Piano - asked by ARMAN___CH. - 1 answer - 11 years ago
Which female singer sang the James Bond theme song "Goldeneye" and which two members of another band wrote it?
In James Bond - asked by ARMAN___CH. - 1 answer - 11 years ago
Who had a hit in 1987 with the single "Tonight, Tonight, Tonight"?
In Single - asked by ARMAN___CH. - 1 answer - 11 years ago

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The division of geographic regions into cells.

All info about 'cellular'.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cellular


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All information you can get from.

http://inventors.about.com/library/inventors/blpen.htm


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9 degree 9.


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Five-Wire Resistive Technology.


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The deja-vu phenomenen is just that: a strange but by no means rare occurrence in which a person has a sensation of having been in a particular situation before. The English poet Tennyson expressed the idea beautifully in 'Locksley Hall' when he spoke of a feeling that reminded him 'of something done, of something shared, of something said, I know not where, such as no mortal can declare' (or words to that effect.) Informed explanations vary, ranging from the supernatural to denial. In my opinion, the most logical is that in some situations our brains process information so rapidly that we get the feeling that we have been through or in this situation before, when in fact, what we heard or saw or experienced happened just nano-seconds before.


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