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... he had his team playing and increasingly vocalised their opinion at Upton Park. Then there is Alan Pardew at Newcastle United. For months now fans have wanted him out, accusing owner Mike Ashley...
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... overbuilding was an underlying economic problem, and it was exacerbated by Wall Street’s craze for railway securities. When the bubble burst, the consequences were felt across the country...
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... after-care plan to ensure the progress Mr Evans made during his stay was maintained. Coroner
recorded a conclusion that Mr Evans took his own life while the balance of his mind was...
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Is anybody there? Spooky photos taken during 1930s séance craze show ghostly apparitions over heads of group trying to contact their loved ones who died in the war Ghostly images released just in...
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... went to the Royal Scottish Academy of Music to study the piano and cello. During the skiffle craze, he plucked bass lines on his cello until the purchase of a double-bass enabled him to work on...
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... Kelly is most often credited — or blamed? — for popularizing the flagpole sitting craze in the late 1920s. In June 1927, he sat atop a pole on a Newark, N.J., hotel for 12 1/2 days....
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