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My Wikipedia time is limited at the moment, but I'm still around.
- ... that New York City's largest office building (pictured) is owned by an Alabama pension fund?
- ... that Victória Pitts from Brazil portrayed characters in all three parts of Puccini's Il trittico at the Oper Frankfurt in 2022, including Zita in Gianni Schicchi?
- ... that Sharp Corporation produced three official variants of Nintendo's Famicom in Japan, one of which was a television set that was subsequently released in the United States?
- ... that the US Special Envoy for Afghan women and girls, Rina Amiri, is a former refugee who told US Senator John Kerry that "the Afghan population is not the Taliban"?
- ... that the main activity of the short-lived parliament of Central Lithuania of 1922 was to request annexation by Poland?
- ... that Emma Reaney is the only Notre Dame Fighting Irish swimmer to win an NCAA championship?
- ... that sales declined after Anyone Here Been Raped and Speaks English? was renamed by its American publisher, so the original title was restored in subsequent editions?
- ... that model Patsy Pulitzer was called one of the "World's Loveliest Sportswomen" after catching a 1,230-pound (560 kg) black marlin, a then world-record fish for a woman?
|1 August 2022|