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  • ...s collaboration with arranger [[Gil Evans]] produced the famous albums ''[[Miles Ahead]]'', ''[[Sketches of Spain]]'' and (after [[George Gershwin|Gershwin Three bands from the different stages of Miles's career:
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  • ...arlie Christian]], [[Kenny Clarke]], [[Charlie Parker]] and later, [[Miles Davis]]. ...t brought them to blows. However, in Miles Davis' autobiography ''Miles'', Davis claims that the anger and tension between Monk and himself never took plac
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  • ...the beat subdivided. [[Charlie Parker]], [[Dizzy Gillespie]] and [[Miles Davis]] were among the pioneers of [[modern jazz]], as it became known, though t ...d baritone saxophone player [[Gerry Mulligan]], who also appeared on Miles Davis's ''Birth of the Cool'', with arrangements by [[Gil Evans]].
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  • ...s collaboration with arranger [[Gil Evans]] produced the famous albums ''[[Miles Ahead]]'', ''[[Sketches of Spain]]'' and (after [[George Gershwin|Gershwin Three bands from the different stages of Miles's career:
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  • ...n as "Trane", he recorded with [[Thelonious Monk]] and then joined [[Miles Davis]]'s band, rapidly rising from sideman to jazz legend during his short rec [[Miles Davis]]'s band
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  • ...ols, among them the tenor saxophonist [[Lester Young]], trumpeters [[Miles Davis]] and [[Dizzy Gillespie]] and alto saxophonist [[Charlie Parker]]. After t ...ormed a smaller band with 15 musicians, modelled on that of his idol Miles Davis, and later a still smaller group with which he toured in [[Germany]]. Back
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  • * ''[[Miles & Monk at Newport]]'' (1963, with unrelated 1958 Miles Davis performance)
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  • {{r|Miles Davis}}
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  • ...of John McLaughlin's [[Mahavishnu Orchestra]], the African-music style of Davis' groups, the light and dancey music of Hancock's [[Headhunters]] and Corea
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  • {{r|David Belove}} {{r|Miles Davis}}
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  • ...[']'''s Cóllege''', showing the same ambiguity), BITCHES BREW ('''[[Miles Davis|Bítches' Breŵ]]''': singular would be '''Bítch’s Breŵ'''; this is n
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  • ..."warm drink that seeps into your soul".<ref name=twsMAR05j3/> He is the "[[David Beckham]] of jazz," according to the ''CBS News'' music critic.<ref name=t ...y different musicians and listens to an eclectic mix of music from [[Miles Davis]]<ref name="Radio2Biog">{{cite web|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio2/shows/c
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  • First, speech is not simply spoken text--in the same way that Miles Davis playing ''So What'' can hardly be captured by a note-for-note rendition as ...dipped as low as 60 percent if the recognizer was not adjusted.<ref> K.H. Davis, R. Biddulph, S. Balashek: Automatic recognition of spoken digits. Journa
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  • .... In 1790 the boy Davy Crockett helped drive "a large stock of cattle" 400 miles from Tennessee into Virginia; twenty years later he took a drove of horses ...shed trails to the wharves of Shreveport and Jefferson (Texas). In 1868, David Morrill Poor, a former Confederate officer from San Antonio, Texas, drove
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  • ...vans, Vera Miles, Ann Elder, Bernard Fox, Dolares Faith, Anna Capri, Harry Davis, Yvonne Craig (Wanda), Monica Keating, Cal Bolder, Robert Easton, James Do ...thy Provine, Leo G. Carroll, Yvonne Craig (Maude Waverly), David Opatoshu, David Sheiner, Donna Michelle, Leon Lontoc, Robert Karnes, Clarke Gordon, James
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  • ...fied vector transmission when the organism was isolated from ticks at Nine Mile Creek in Montana in 1938.<ref name=emed-Q>{{citation
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  • ...to prevent its German and Russian neighbors from partitioning it up.<ref> Davies, ''God's Playground'' 1982 1:ch 2</ref> ...its expansionist plans; it bribed officials to keep the country weak.<ref> Davies, ''God's Playground'' (1982) vol 1 ch 18</ref>
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  • '''John "Jehu" Davis''' (1738 - May 11, 1802) was an American farmer and politician from Mispil ...ohn, Henry, Sarah, Rhoda, Nancy, Joshua, and William. After Rhoda's death, Davis married Sarah Douglas. They were members of Christ [[Episcopal Church in t
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  • *Miles, L. & T. Wood (2004). ''About Time 4: the Unauthorized Guide to Doctor Who *Miles, L. & T. Wood (2004). ''About Time 5: the Unauthorized Guide to Doctor Who
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  • ...mas Gage]] sent 700 elite troops to [[Concord, Massachusetts|Concord]], 21 miles from Boston, to seize illegal munitions stored there. Major [[John Pitcai ...hed a [[horse]], left word for his militia to follow, and galloped the 100 miles in 18 hours. Within days Boston was surrounded by 10,000 patriots, enlist
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  • ...ist by rivers and farmland.<ref>Hubbard, Carolyn, Brigitte Barta, and Jeff Davis. Chile & Easter Island. Victoria, Australia: Lonely Planet Publications, 2
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  • ...[[Anaconda Plan]] of General Winfield Scott, required the closure of 3,500 miles (5,600 km) of Confederate coastline and twelve major ports, including [[Ne ...ch included Alexander D. Bache, head of the US Coast Survey; Charles Henry Davis, an astronomer associated with the navy; and Major John G. Barnard, a US A
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  • | url = http://www.globalsecurity.org/wmd/systems/w54.htm}}</ref> The 2.5 mile range of the recoilless rifle made its use tactically impractical in any de
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  • #'You Gotta Move' (Fred McDowell, Gary Davis) - 2:32 #'Moonlight Mile' (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) - 5:56
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  • ...Center|Aircraft Maintenance And Regeneration Center (AMARC)]] located on [[Davis-Monthan Air Force Base]] in Tucson, Arizona. ...reer. From an altitude of 80,000 ft (24 km) it could survey 100,000 square miles per hour (72 square kilometers per second) of the Earth's surface. On July
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  • | first = David A. ...SIGINT was practical, US information about Soviet radar stopped about 200 miles inland from the coastline. After these space systems went into service, ef
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  • {{Image|Mile High Paperback.jpg|left|150px|Cover of an English paperback edition publish ...hing of the past. Like his fifth book, ''[[An Infinity of Mirrors]]'', ''Mile High'' is a consciously ambitious work, primarily concerned with the establ
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  • *1: [[David C. Broderick]] ''([[Democratic Party (United States)|D]])'' *3: [[David Levy Yulee]] ''([[Democratic Party (United States)|D]])''
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  • ...r]] and [[Keith Richards]] (dubbed the Glimmer Twins)<ref>{{cite book|last=Davis|first=Stephen|year=2001|title=Old Gods Almost Dead: The 40-Year Old Odysse ...r debut gig at London's Marquee club on 21 July 1962.<ref>{{cite book|last=Davis|first=Stephen|year=2001|title=Old Gods Almost Dead: The 40-Year Old Odysse
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  • ...hts]] as the reason for secession.[http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Jefferson_Davis%27_Inaugural_Address]. On April 12, 1861, Confederate troops, following orders from Davis and his Secretary of War, fired upon the federal troops occupying Fort Sum
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  • ...incoln]], defeated the breakaway Confederacy, led by President [[Jefferson Davis]], thereby preserving the union and republican government, and abolishing ...tured Atlanta, Georgia. [[Sherman's March to the Sea]] destroyed a hundred-mile-wide swath of Georgia. In 1865, the Confederacy collapsed after Lee surrend
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  • ...es but which Radicals opposed. Lincoln vetoed the Radical plan, the [[Wade-Davis Bill]] of 1864. The opposing faction of [[Radical Republicans]] were much ...oyalty issue emerged in the debates over the Wade-Davis Bill of 1864. Wade-Davis required voters to take the "Ironclad Oath," swearing that in the past the
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  • *3: [[David Levy Yulee]] ''([[Democratic Party (United States)|D]])'' *2: [[David Settle Reid|David S. Reid]] ''([[Democratic Party (United States)|D]])''
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  • ...rn theater stretched not two hundred miles across Virginia, but a thousand miles from Cincinnati to New Orleans. The first western strategic goal of the Un ...nfederate President [[Jefferson Davis]] differed fundamentally in outlook; Davis assuming that the Confederacy could hold both Mississippi and Tennessee, w
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  • ...as discovered at [[Sutter's Mill]] in the Sierra Nevada foothills about 40 miles east of [[Sacramento, California|Sacramento]] — beginning the [[Californ ...healthy and the hills surrounding urban areas seldom visible even within a mile, Californians were ready for changes. Over the next three decades, Californ
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  • ...says were proved false -- the stones were, after all, just stones -- John Davis made several voyages in the quest, the last of them in 1587. ...the entire voyage a failure. The second expedition, under the command of David Buchan and [[John Franklin]], made far less progress, its ships battered b
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  • ...says were proved false -- the stones were, after all, just stones -- John Davis made several voyages in the quest, the last of them in 1587. ...the entire voyage a failure. The second expedition, under the command of David Buchan and [[John Franklin]], made far less progress, its ships battered b
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  • * [[David C. Broderick]], ''[[California]]'' * [[Jefferson Davis]], ''[[Mississippi]]''
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  • *3: [[David Clopton]] (1820-1892), ''[[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]'' *1: [[David C. Broderick]] (1820-1859), ''[[Democratic Party (United States)|Democrati
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  • *3: [[David Clopton]] ''([[Democratic Party (United States)|D]])'' *5: [[David Kilgore]] ''([[Republican Party (United States)|R]])''
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  • ...10/145 grade). The service ceiling rose to 35,000 feet, the range to 3,300 miles with a 4,000 pound payload. ...n the first place. Navigation errors often put streams of 500 bombers many miles the wrong direction. At high altitude, with the usual cloud cover, it was
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  • ...ts. It is largely independent of the huge [[Chicago]] metropolitan area 75 miles to the south, which induces "if not an inferiority complex, then at least ...the city had nearly 500 boundary changes and grew from 7.4 to 96.5 square miles. A powerful coalition dominated by city bureaucrats and the construction i
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  • The day before the shootings, Whitman purchased binoculars and a knife from Davis' Hardware, as well as Spam from a 7-Eleven store. He then picked up his wi ...al Company and cashed $250 of worthless checks at the bank before going to Davis' Hardware and purchasing an M1 carbine, explaining that he wanted to go hu
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  • ...ref> Getting the animals to market required herds to be driven up to 1,200 miles (2,000 kilometers) to railheads in [[Kansas City, Missouri]] where they we [[Detroit, Michigan|Detroit's]] William Davis patented a refrigerator car that employed metal racks to suspend the carca
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  • * Davis, Benjamin O. ''Benjamin O. Davis, Jr., American: An Autobiography.’’ (1991), prominent black flier * Davis, Richard G. ''Carl A. ''Spaatz and the Air War in Europe (1993)
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  • ...in modern history." Earlier advocates of regime change in Iraq, such as [[David Wurmser]], had proposed replacing [[Saddam Hussein]] with a government of | year = 1999 | author = David Wurmser
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  • ...rom the amateur ranks to the professional, Britain has never again won the Davis Cup, nor has a British male won Wimbledon. Extremely quick, Perry had been ...am to victory over France in the Davis Cup, which earned Great Britain the Davis Cup for the first time in 21 years. They then held it for the next three
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