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- ... that Hurricane Dorian (pictured) was the strongest hurricane on record to strike the Bahamas?
- ... that when Osama bin Laden issued his 1998 fatwa proclaiming jihad against the U.S. and its allies, many Islamic jurists stressed that he was not qualified either to proclaim jihad or to issue a fatwa?
- ... that Catherine Lutz was the first female general in the Mississippi National Guard?
- ... that the phloem sap of Phyllanthus balgooyi contains up to 16.9 per cent nickel by weight, giving it a bright green color?
- ... that according to Johannes Latuharhary, the education system of the Dutch East Indies in Ambon, Maluku, was designed to create "scribes and clerks, soldiers and sailors"?
- ... that the Shore Theater, originally designed to satiate "the great need in Coney Island for an all-year amusement", is being redeveloped into Coney Island's first new hotel in 50 years?
- ... that William Smith was prompted to write The Annals of University College after the Court of King's Bench proclaimed the wrong person to be the founder of University College, Oxford?
- ... that an implicature might tell you that the nephew of Mrs Jenkins, an old windbag, is standing right behind you?