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1966 and Biggs
Stretching every sinew Tāne pushes and pushes until, with cries of grief and surprise, Ranginui and Papatuanuku were pried apart ( Grey 1956: 2-3, Biggs 1966: 448 ).
As these winds show their might the dust flies and the great forest trees of Tāne are smashed under the attack and fall to the ground, food for decay and for insects ( Grey 1956: 3-6, Tregear 1891: 54, Biggs 1966: 448-449 ).
So Tūmatauenga eats all of his brothers to repay them for their cowardice ; the only brother that Tūmatauenga does not subdue is Tāwhirimātea, whose storms and hurricanes attack humankind to this day ( Grey 1971: 7-10, Biggs 1966: 449 ).
In memory of this incident, their child is named Wahieroa ( Long-piece-of-firewood ) ( Biggs 1966: 450 ).
They have a son, and according to some versions of the story it is this child who is named Wahieroa ( Biggs 1966: 450 ).
They have a son, and according to some versions of the story it is this child who is named Wahieroa ( Biggs 1966: 450 ).
Their child was Hine-ata-uira, maid-of-the-flashing-dawn ( a. k. a Hine-tītama ), and Tāne took her to wife ( Biggs 1966: 449 ).
" So Tāne came back to the upper world, while Hine stayed below, waiting only for Māui to bring death into the world, and begin the never-ending procession of mortals to her realm ( Biggs 1966: 449 ).
According to the Māori, Heaven ( Rangi ) and Earth ( Papa ) are themselves the source ' " ( Biggs 1966: 448 ).
While a few investors, including Warren Buffett and Barton Biggs, adopted the structure that Jones created, he and his structure was not widely known until 1966.
On 8 April 1966 the 4758th Defense Systems Evaluation Squadron ( DSES ) arrived from Biggs AFB Texas.

1966 and took
This car took second place overall ( all three top finishers were Ford GT40s ) in the 1966 24 Hours of Daytona.
Shortly after President Julio César Méndez Montenegro took office in 1966, the army launched a major counterinsurgency campaign that largely broke up the guerrilla movement in the countryside.
In August or September 1966, Yvan Ridel took a picture of a large footprint with three toes, north-east of Loubomo, notable as hippopotami have four toes.
Retrospectives of Marini ’ s work took place at the Kunsthaus Zürich in 1962 and at the Palazzo Venezia in Rome in 1966.
There has been a strong military coup culture, between 1966 and 1999 10 Military Coups in Nigeria took place.
'" In 1966, he took the microphone in front of 300 sports club guests and criticized the state of distance running in Finland, reproaching the sports executives as publicity seekers and tourists, and demanding the athletes to sacrifice everything in order to accomplish something.
At the end of 1966 Menzies took up a scholar-in-residence position at the University of Virginia.
In 1966, he was offered and took up a place at Imperial College London, but after a year left that course also without a degree.
Waters took his information about the date of the end of the Mayan Long Count calendar from the 1966 edition of Michael Coe's The Maya.
Beginning in October 1966, Adorno took up work on Aesthetic Theory.
In 1966 the General Assembly adopted the two detailed Covenants, which complete the International Bill of Human Rights ; and in 1976, after the Covenants had been ratified by a sufficient number of individual nations, the Bill took on the force of international law.
On 1 May 1965 the service took its current name of BBC World Service and the service itself expanded its reach with the opening of the Ascension Island relay in 1966, serving African audiences with greater signal and reception, and the later relay on the Island of Masirah.
Reportedly, her first extramarital affair took place in 1966, with her daughter's godfather, Bordeaux wine producer Anthony Barton, and a year later she had a one-month liaison with Robin Douglas-Home, a nephew of British politician Alec Douglas-Home.
The Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution, commonly known as the Cultural Revolution (), was a social-political movement that took place in the People's Republic of China from 1966 through 1976.
While most sports commentators gain some recognition if their career is long enough, Wolstenholme is best remembered for his commentary of the 1966 Football World Cup Final at Wembley Stadium, specifically the impromptu words he used with impeccable timing as the match came to a conclusion during injury time, as a small pitch invasion took place just as Geoff Hurst scored to put England 4-2 ahead:
The premiere of Incubus took place at the San Francisco Film Festival on October 26, 1966, where, according to producer Taylor, a group of 50 to 100 Esperanto enthusiasts " screamed and laughed " at the actors ' poor pronunciation of the language.
Called " The Trips Festival ", it took place on January 21 – January 23, 1966, and was organized by Stewart Brand, Ken Kesey, Owsley Stanley and others.
The French Grand Prix took place here 14 times between 1938 and 1966.
One of the great upsets in College Bowl history — or indeed, in the history of any intercollegiate competition — came on March 6, 1966, when a small women's college, Agnes Scott College, took on the defending champions from Princeton University, which had challenged and defeated a team from Mount Holyoke College the previous week.
The 12 Hours of Sebring, 24 Hours of Daytona, and 24 Hours of Le Mans were once widely considered to be the trifecta of sports car racing ; driver Ken Miles would have been the only driver to win all three in the same year, but an error in the team orders of the Ford GT40 team at Le Mans in 1966 took the win from him, although he finished first.
Peter Werbe, a 29-year-old Michigan State dropout who had been with the paper since March 1966, took over as editor.
* November 12, 1966: Mesa, Arizona Bob Smith, 18, took seven people hostage at Rose-Mar College of Beauty, a school for training beauticians.
The PAP has held an overwhelming majority of seats in the Parliament of Singapore since 1966, when the opposition Barisan Sosialis ( Socialist Front ), a left-wing group that split from PAP in 1961, resigned from Parliament after winning 13 seats following the 1963 state elections, which took place months after a number of their leaders had been arrested in Operation Coldstore based on charges of being communists.
Her final gig with the Airplane took place at the Fillmore on October 15, 1966.
In 1966, Haig took command of a battalion of the 1st Infantry Division in Vietnam.

1966 and BOAC
In 1966 the first regular jet service to London-Gatwick started and in 1968 Aer Lingus and BOAC introduced scheduled services to New York City via Shannon and Glasgow-Prestwick respectively.
* BOAC Flight 911, a British Overseas Airways flight that crashed in 1966
The airline commenced commercial operations from its London Gatwick Airport base on 29 July 1966 with two former British Overseas Airways Corporation ( BOAC ) Bristol Britannia 102 series turboprops, initially operating under contract to Air France.
BOAC Flight 911 broke-up in flight in 1966 after experiencing severe lee wave turbulence just downwind of Mount Fuji, Japan.
* 1966: John moved to Canada and worked with BOAC ( now British Airways ), after six months he visited Scotland and became part of pirate radio and joined Radio Scotland, where he stayed until it closed 18 months later.

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