Commentary: African American Scientists and Inventors by Black Kos Editor, Sephius1
Henry Ransom Cecil McBay (1914–1995) was an African - American chemist and a teacher.
McBay was born "Henry ...
Explosions in late 2014 variously described as an ISIL truck bomb or a
U.S. airstrike in the town of Kobane on the Turkish-Syrian border.
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Temperature in Alaska on the afternoon of May 23, 2015, based on data from NOAA's Real-time Mesoscale
Unbelievable that ...
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