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dodge charger history timeline

dodge charger history timeline The three main iterations of Dodge Chargers were a mid-size (B-body) two-door car (1966–78), a subcompact (L-body) car (1983–87), and the (LX) full-size platform four-door sedans built since 2006. The name Charger was also used in Brazil as a performance model based on the Dart (A-Body) (1971–80). Real classics. Started in […]

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ethernet history timeline

ethernet history timeline Comparison between original Ethernet and modern Ethernet Since all communication happens on the same wire, any information sent by one computer is received by all, even if that information is intended for just one destination. [h] The network interface card interrupts the CPU only when applicable packets are received: the card ignores […]

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asthma history timeline

asthma history timeline During the 1960s, asthma was recognized as a chronic inflammatory disease. Before this point, many scientists considered it to be a psychological condition — a child’s wheeze was thought to be the suppressed cry for Mom. (2) Thanks to the new manufacturing and technological capacities brought about by the English industrial revolution, […]

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ottawa history timeline

ottawa history timeline Despite the drastic fires which razed myriad residential buildings, factories along the waterfront and government buildings, Ottawa recovered quickly. The Greber Plan was instigated in the 1940s to include the building of the Parkway System and greenbelt areas. Grand buildings were erected for government, with Center Block on Parliament Hill featuring the […]

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t v history timeline

t v history timeline 1941: North America’s current 525-line/30-pictures-a-second standard, known as the NTSC (National Television Standards Committee) standard, is adopted. 1966: Colour television signals are transmitted by Canadian stations for the first time. Dolby Surround Sound for home sets is introduced. CBS begins its TV development. Speculative Era, nineteenth-century Experimental phase, late nineteenth century […]

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bow and arrow history timeline

bow and arrow history timeline When not in use, bows are generally kept unstrung, meaning one or both ends of the bowstring are detached from the bow. This removes all residual tension on the bow, and can help prevent it from losing strength or elasticity over time. For many bow designs, this also lets it […]

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mayo clinic history timeline

mayo clinic history timeline In 2018, more than 1.2 million different patients from all 50 states and 138 countries were seen at one of the Mayo Clinic facilities. [8] Mayo Clinic offers highly specialized medical care, and a large portion of the patient population are referrals from smaller clinics and hospitals across the upper Midwest […]

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stock market history timeline

stock market history timeline In 1921, the Amex expanded its niche role to include companies that did not meet the strict standards of the NYSE. In 1998, the NASDAQ purchased Amex and it continued its history of being a niche market player, specializing in derivatives and stock options. In late 2003, the American Stock Exchange […]

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architecture history timeline

architecture history timeline Neo-Gothic Architecture 1905 to 1930 AD – Gothic ideas were applied to modern buildings – Gargoyles, arched windows, and other medieval details ornamented soaring skyscrapers. Art Deco Architecture 1925 to 1937 AD – Zigzag patterns and vertical lines create dramatic effect on jazz-age – many Art Deco motifs were inspired by the […]

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u.s.army history timeline

u.s.army history timeline By 1989 Germany was nearing reunification and the Cold War was coming to a close. The Army leadership reacted by starting to plan for a reduction in strength. By November 1989 Pentagon briefers were laying out plans for ‘Operation Quicksilver,’ a plan to reduce Army endstrength by 23%, from 750,000 to 580,000. […]

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