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BMW Z

The BMW Z models are a line of roadsters manufactured by German automaker BMW. The Z stands for z ukunft, and has been produced in four different series with six generations consisting of roadster, coupe, sports car, and concept variants. The introduction of the M Coupe and M Roadster in the Z3 line marked the first of the Z series to have a high-performance BMW M variant. The first generation Z4 also continued to offer M Coupe and M Roadster vehicles. The current Z4 G29 uses BMWs B58B30 inline-six, its platform is the basis for the current Toyota Supra.

                                               

BMW Z3

The BMW Z3 is a range of two-seater sports cars which was produced from 1995 to 2002. The body styles of the range are: 2-door coupe E36/8 model code 2-door roadster E36/7 model code The Z3 was based on the E36 3 Series platform, while using the rear semi-trailing arm suspension design of the older E30 3 Series. It is the first mass-produced BMW Z Series car. Z3M models were introduced in 1998 in roadster and coupe body styles and were powered by the S50, S52, or S54 straight-six engine depending on country and model year. The M models came with a 5-speed manual transmission. Production en ...

                                               

Ralph Allwood

Ralph Allwood, is a British conductor, who currently conducts the choir of Queens College, Cambridge. He was previously the Precentor and Director of Music at Eton College in the UK until September 2011, and set up many musical events, including the Eton Choral Courses of which there are now seven a year. He previously headed the music departments at Pangbourne and Uppingham. He also conducts the Rodolfus Choir, a critically acclaimed group of singers aged 16–25, drawn principally from the Eton Choral Courses. Allwood is also the conductor of Inner Voices, a youth chamber choir based in Lo ...

                                               

Tom Daly (basketball)

Thomas "Tom" Daly is an Australian professional basketball player for the Mount Gambier Pioneers of the South Australian Premier League.

                                               

Drew Shindell

Drew Shindell is a physicist and a climate specialist and professor at Duke Universitys Nicholas School of the Environment. His H-index is 94 and he is listed as an ISI Highly Cited Researcher. He was a chapter lead of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change October 8, 2018 Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5ºC as well as on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Changes Fifth Assessment Report in 2013. He has testified on climate issues before both houses of the US Congress, at the request of both parties. His research concerns natural and human drivers of climate change, linkag ...

                                               

Dorothy Price

This article is about the Irish physician. For the American endocrinologist, see Dorothy Price. Dorothy Stopford Price 9 September 1890 – 30 January 1954 was an Irish physician who was key to the elimination of childhood tuberculosis in Ireland by introducing the BCG vaccine.

                                               

Dennis Price

Dennis Price was an English actor, best remembered for his role as Louis Mazzini in the film Kind Hearts and Coronets and for his portrayal of the omniscient valet Jeeves in 1960s television adaptations of P. G. Wodehouses stories.

                                               

William A. Price

William A. Price was an American journalist who worked as the United Nations correspondent and, later, police reporter for the New York Daily News from 1940-1955. He is one of many journalists to be fired and labeled as outcasts because of their alleged affiliations with the Communist Party.

                                               

Edward Dean Price

Edward Dean Price was a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California.

                                               

Norma Price

Norma Lorraine Price was a politician in Manitoba, Canada. She was a Progressive Conservative member of the Manitoba Legislature from 1977 to 1981, and served as a cabinet minister in the government of Sterling Lyon. Born Norma Lorraine Killeen, the daughter of Clement A. Killeen and Aurora Martel, she was educated at Immaculate Conception School and St. Marys Academy. She married Howard Wesley Isidor, son of Mrs. A. Baldwin on February 1, 1940. She divorced Howard on 14 January 1959. Married James Percy Price sometime before 1963. She subsequently married John Heeney in about 1982, and re ...

                                               

Shorty Price

William Ralph "Shorty" Price, was an attorney and perennial political candidate from the state of Alabama, mostly noted for his colorful "clown" persona. A native of Barbour County, he studied in the University of Alabama, where briefly he was a roommate of future Governor George Wallace. Price ran for many public offices in Alabama, but only won one election - as an alternate delegate to the 1952 Democratic National Convention. Most notably he ran in the Democratic primaries for Governor of Alabama in 1958, 1970, 1974 and 1978. Although he never captured more than 2% of a vote, he once fi ...

                                               

Ad Apostolorum principis

Ad Apostolorum principis is an encyclical of Pope Pius XII on Communism and the Church in China. It describes systematic persecutions of bishops, priests, religious and faithful and the attempts of the government to establish a patriotic Catholic Church, independent of Rome.

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