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  • #REDIRECT [[Arthur Ashe]]
    25 B (3 words) - 05:10, 6 August 2008
  • ...ref> The center stadium at the USTA National Tennis Center is named Arthur Ashe Stadium. ...<ref name="isbn0-345-38681-7">{{cite book |author=Rampersad, Arnold; Ashe, Arthur |authorlink= |editor= |others= |title=Days of Grace |edition= |language= |p
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Arthur Ashe]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • ...ref> The center stadium at the USTA National Tennis Center is named Arthur Ashe Stadium. ...<ref name="isbn0-345-38681-7">{{cite book |author=Rampersad, Arnold; Ashe, Arthur |authorlink= |editor= |others= |title=Days of Grace |edition= |language= |p
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  • #REDIRECT [[Arthur Ashe]]
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  • ...[Tom Edlefsen]], and Newcombe lost in the fourth round to the #13 [[Arthur Ashe]]. Both Ralston and Buchholz lost in the quarterfinals, Buchholz to his t ...als by another amateur, Clark Graebner. In the finals, the American Arthur Ashe beat another amateur, Tom Okker of the Netherlands.
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  • ...greats as Sedgman, Tony Trabert, Ken Rosewall, Lew Hoad, Mal Anderson, and Ashley Cooper on a regular basis. Forty years after his matches with Gonzales, ...es went on to the fourth round, where he was beaten in four sets by Arthur Ashe. The match with Pasarell, however, is still remembered as one of the high
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  • Rosewall has the edge over Laver if we consider their clashes against their greatest rival, Gonzales : that year Rosewall has beaten Go ...ge 34 Rosewall was still ranked number three in the world behind Laver and Ashe according to Lance Tingay and Bud Collins.
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  • ...he short mark in the center of each baseline is referred to as either the hash mark or the center mark. The outermost lines that make up the length are b ...repertoire: the serve, forehand, backhand, volley, half-volley, overhead smash, drop shot, and lob.
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  • {{r|Arthur Ashe}}
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  • {{r|Arthur Ashe}}
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  • {{r|Arthur Ashe}}
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  • {{r|Arthur Ashe}}
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  • *Ashe, Geoffrey (1960) ''From Caesar to Arthur''. London: Collins. *Castleden, Rodney (2000) ''King Arthur: the Truth Behind the Legend''. London: Routledge. ISBN 0-415-19575-6
    654 B (92 words) - 10:24, 7 October 2009
  • ...[[Pancho Segura]], [[Frank Sedgman]], Tony Trabert, John Newcombe, Arthur Ashe, Stan Smith, Björn Borg, and Jimmy Connors. He felt unable to rank Henri
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  • ...[[Pancho Segura]], [[Frank Sedgman]], Tony Trabert, John Newcombe, Arthur Ashe, Stan Smith, Björn Borg, and Jimmy Connors. He felt unable to rank Henri
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  • {{r|George Washington}} {{r|Arthur Ashe}}
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  • ...Segura]], [[Frank Sedgman]], [[Tony Trabert]], [[John Newcombe]], [[Arthur Ashe]], [[Stan Smith]], [[Bjorn Borg]], and [[Jimmy Connors]]. He felt unable
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  • ...[[Pancho Segura]], [[Frank Sedgman]], Tony Trabert, John Newcombe, Arthur Ashe, Stan Smith, Björn Borg, and Jimmy Connors. He felt unable to rank Henri
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  • ...[Pancho Segura]], '''Frank Sedgman''', Tony Trabert, John Newcombe, Arthur Ashe, Stan Smith, Björn Borg, and Jimmy Connors. He felt unable to rank Henri ...amer, he took the money he made on the tour and "made more money out of squash courts, a confection named Sedgie Straws, and various other enterprises. S
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  • ...gura]], [[Frank Sedgman]], '''Tony Trabert''', [[John Newcombe]], [[Arthur Ashe]], [[Stan Smith]], [[Björn Borg]], and [[Jimmy Connors]]. He felt unable ...Wimbledon|Wimbledon]], and [[U.S. Open (tennis)|American]] Championships&mdash;en route to being ranked world no. 1 among the amateurs for that year. Onl
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  • ...Segura]], [[Frank Sedgman]], [[Tony Trabert]], [[John Newcombe]], [[Arthur Ashe]], [[Stan Smith]], [[Björn Borg]], and [[Jimmy Connors]]. He felt unable
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  • ...egura''', [[Frank Sedgman]], [[Tony Trabert]], [[John Newcombe]], [[Arthur Ashe]], [[Stan Smith]], [[Björn Borg]], and [[Jimmy Connors]]. He felt unable
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  • ...[[Pancho Segura]], [[Frank Sedgman]], Tony Trabert, John Newcombe, Arthur Ashe, Stan Smith, Björn Borg, and Jimmy Connors. He felt unable to rank Henri
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  • ..."Bobby") Riggs''' (February 25, 1918&ndash;October 25, 1995) was a 1930s&ndash;40s American [[tennis]] player who was the [[Tennis/Catalogs/World No. 1 ma ...[[Pancho Segura]], [[Frank Sedgman]], Tony Trabert, John Newcombe, Arthur Ashe, Stan Smith, Björn Borg, and Jimmy Connors. He felt unable to rank Henri
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  • Frank’s widowed mother took in washing to support her family of five children in Depression era Milwaukee. Befo ...he predecessors to those that would later produce Billie Jean King, Arthur Ashe, James Blake and other tennis greats.
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  • '''William Tatem Tilden II''' (February 10, 1893 &ndash; June 5, 1953), often called '''"Big Bill"''', was a flamboyant American [[ ...as also perhaps the most paradoxical figure in the history of any sport &mdash; a gay man who almost single-handedly changed the image of tennis from that
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  • '''William Tatem Tilden II''' (February 10, 1893 &ndash; June 5, 1953), often called '''"Big Bill"''', was a flamboyant American [[ ...as also perhaps the most paradoxical figure in the history of any sport &mdash; a gay man who almost single-handedly changed the image of tennis from that
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  • ...Wilding tied for 2nd, Froitzheim, Williams, Parke, [[Arthur Lowe (tennis)|Arthur Lowe]], [[F. Gordon Lowe]], [[Heinrich Kleinschroth]], and Décugis. ...K. H. Behr]], [[T. R. Pell]], [[N. W. Niles]], [[C. J. Griffin]], [[W. M. Washburn]], [[G. M. Church]], and [[W. M. Hall]].
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  • |Strength=Aggressiveness; serve and overhead smash |Strength= "Cannonball" serve; overhead smash; volleying
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  • * '''A.Alexander''' - [[Arthur Alexander bot]] * '''A.Benn.''' - [[Arthur Bennett]]
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  • ...from Gorton, in [[Manchester]], who played for [[Lancashire (cricket)|Lancashire]] from 1950 to 1968 and for [[England (cricket)|England]] from 1951 to 1 ...y bowlers. His total of 1,816 wickets taken in first-class matches for Lancashire is the club record.
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  • ...uced in [[Gilbert and Sullivan|collaboration]] with the [[composer]] Sir [[Arthur Sullivan]],<ref>They also jointly wrote ''The Martyr of Antioch'', variousl ...xxi</ref><ref>Eden, David. ''Gilbert: Appearance and Reality'', p. 44, Sir Arthur Sullivan Society (2003)</ref> Gilbert was nicknamed "Bab" as a baby, and th
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  • ...uced in [[Gilbert and Sullivan|collaboration]] with the [[composer]] Sir [[Arthur Sullivan]],<ref>They also jointly wrote ''The Martyr of Antioch'', variousl ...xxi</ref><ref>Eden, David. ''Gilbert: Appearance and Reality'', p. 44, Sir Arthur Sullivan Society (2003)</ref> Gilbert was nicknamed "Bab" as a baby, and th
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  • ...arvChemAE/> (given by Talmey [Talmud]). While at the Gymnasium, Einstein clashed with authority and resented the school regimen, believing that the spirit Einstein could not find a teaching post upon graduation, mostly because his brashness as a young man had apparently irritated most of his professors. The fat
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  • | ''Ashes of Roses'' ...(actor)|John Gill]], [[Geoffrey Palmer (actor)|Geoffrey Palmer]], [[Graham Ashley]]
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  • More recently, Smoov Filmz adapted the anecdote that Arthur Dent relates about biscuits in ''So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish'' int ...pace ship hurtling into a sun, probably inspired by the plane that would crash into the stage during some of Pink Floyd's live shows, usually at the end o
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  • ..., and [[Big Mama Thornton]]. While at [[Thomas Jefferson High School (Port Arthur, Texas)|Thomas Jefferson High School]], she was mostly shunned. Among her ...h Beach]] and in [[Haight-Ashbury]] as well as [[Corte Madera]]. In Haight-Ashbury Joplin lived in the same building as the chess master Jude Acers. On 25
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  • * "The Man Who Rowed Christopher Columbus Ashore", 1992 ([[Nebula Award]] nominee) * ''The Starlost: Phoenix Without Ashes'' (with [[Edward Bryant]]), 1975
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  • ...oa/about_destin/upolu_apia.asp Samoa (Upolu)] The resting place of Fanny's ashes is marked by a bronze plaque inscribed with the words of RLS: <blockquote ...e the Bell Rock Lighthouse off Arbroath, the world's oldest surviving sea-washed lighthouse, built in 1807-1811.<ref> [http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/britis
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  • ...ate 19th century, including the works of [[Jules Laforgue|Laforgue]] and [[Arthur Rimbaud|Rimbaud]]. He started to write poems which appeared in the ''Harvar ...ounger than him. On 4 January 1965 he died of [[emphysema]] in London; his ashes were taken to St Michael's Church in East Coker, the place from which his
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  • ...Senate]] and the [[United States House of Representatives]]. It met in [[Washington, D.C.]] from March 4, 1843 to March 3, 1845, during the last two year * [[Chester Ashley]], ''[[Arkansas]]''
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  • |[[Arthur P. Bagby]] (1794-1858) | [[Chester Ashley]] *1790-1848)
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  • ...ival [[A N Hornby]] stopped play in a [[Lancashire County Cricket Club|Lancashire]] v Gloucestershire match at [[Old Trafford Cricket Ground|Old Trafford] ...hat WG and his youngest brother Fred should not follow suit. He therefore fashioned smaller bats for them, to suit their sizes, and they were taught to pl
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  • ...d further mediaeval reorganisations (sometimes using duchies such as [[Lancashire]] and [[Cornwall]]). These [[Historic counties of England|historical cou ...|right|thumb|A typical [[pub meal]] may include chips accompanying steak, washed down with beer.]]
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  • ...adopted the red rose as a symbol, Hawke designed a rose which, unlike Lancashire's, was not a real flower. He created a rose with eleven petals, to repre ...ngworth and Michael Vaughan – have captained England to success in [[The Ashes]] yet none of them was club captain at the time (Ray Illingworth had just
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  • '''Russell Kirk''' (1918 &ndash; 29 April 1994) was an American political theorist, [[American Conservatism ..., [[John C. Calhoun]], [[Joseph de Maistre]], [[Benjamin Disraeli]], and [[Arthur Balfour]];
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  • ...]] he married Erna Schlossmann (1895-1998), a pediatrician and daughter of Arthur Schlossmann (1867- 1932) who too was a pediatrician and head of the Childre ...] ''Turkey's Modernization: Refugees from Nazism and Atatürk's Vision'' (Washington, DC: New Academia Publishers. 2006)</ref>
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  • ...normous popular and media interest, especially after the creation of [[The Ashes]] following Australia's defeat of England in a sensational match at [[The ...iam Clarke, [[William Lillywhite]], [[Alfred Mynn]], [[William Caffyn]], [[Arthur Shrewsbury]] and the Australian fast bowler [[Fred Spofforth]], who is know
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  • ...gin the world over again."<ref> John Ferling, ''Setting the World Ablaze: Washington, Adams, Jefferson, and the American Revolution.'' (2002) p. 130</ref> :: [[Arthur Middleton]]
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  • ...ial and trade flows. The money was not a loan and there was no repayment. Washington spent such vast sums because it was believed to be cheaper than the r ...who controlled Congress, especially their foreign policy leader, Senator [[Arthur Vandenberg]]. Vandenberg, who had shepherded the Truman Plan through Congr
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  • ...like pancakes and range in size from 20&ndash;50&nbsp;km across, and 100&ndash;1000&nbsp;m high; radial, star-like fracture systems called ''novae''; feat ...storm]]s on Earth, there is no rainfall on Venus. One possibility is that ash from a volcanic eruption was generating the lightning. Another intriguing
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  • ...ould likely have included [[nuclear weapon]]s) never occurred. The major clashes were never directly between the two main protagonists, but between one an In 1945-47, London repeatedly warned Washington that Moscow was no longer a friendly bear but a dangerous adversary.
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  • ...t each end of the pitch. A wicket, made entirely of wood (usually polished ash), consists of three upright '''[[Glossary of cricket#Stump|stumps]]''' topp ...everal seasons around 1960. Other notable leagues in England are the [[Lancashire League]] and the [[Bradford League]].<ref>Birley, page 152.</ref>
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