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cougar

(Encyclopedia) cougar: see puma.

Río Grande del Norte National Monument

(Encyclopedia) Río Grande del Norte National Monument, 242,500 acres (98,140 hectares), N central N.Mex, on the Taos Plateau between the San Juan and Sangre de Cristo mts.; est. 2013. The monument…

1984 College Football Recap

Final AP Top 20Bowl Games with Top 20 TeamsDiv. 1–A Conference ChampsHeisman Trophy VotingOther Major Award WinnersConsensus All-America Team Halfway into the 1980s, it was obvious that parity had…

1982 Radio & Records All-Time Charts

1982 Radio & Records All-Time ChartsAC“Ebony and Ivory” Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder (Columbia)“Hard to Say I'm Sorry” Chicago (Full Moon/Warner Bros.)“Love Will Turn You Around”…

Ahmed Best

Ahmed Best is the actor, musician and dancer from the theater troupe Stomp who was chosen by George Lucas to play Jar Jar Binks in Star Wars, Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999, co-starring Ewan…

Stan Watts 2000 Deaths

Stan WattsAge: 88 Hall of Fame men's basketball coach at BYU (1949-72) who led the Cougars to 372 career victories and eight conference championships; finished fourth in the 1951 NCAA…

Steve Irwin

Steve Irwin was the energetic host of the TV wildlife show The Crocodile Hunter until he was killed by a stingray in 2006. Irwin's on-screen antics with dangerous animals, and his Aussie-accented…

Bones McKinney Biography

Bones McKinneyAge: 78 former Wake Forest basketball coach who coached from 1958–65 and led the Deacons to two their first two ACC titles and an appearance in the Final Four in 1962; known…

Courteney Cox

Courteney Cox played the skinny and motherly Monica on the super-popular sitcom Friends from 1994-2004. The blue-eyed brunette dropped out of Mount Vernon College for Women in 1983 to sign with the…

Expansion/Merger Timetable

For teams currently in NHL. 1919-Quebec Bulldogs finally take the ice after sitting out NHL's first two seasons; 1924-Boston Bruins and Montreal Maroons; 1925-New York Americans and…