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The longest single English translation was published in 1834 by Ritter Joseph von Hammer-Purgstall, an Austrian Orientalist ; it may be found under the name " Evliya Efendi.
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* 1957 – U. S. Senator Strom Thurmond begins a filibuster to prevent the Senate from voting on Civil Rights Act of 1957 ; he stopped speaking 24 hours and 18 minutes later, the longest filibuster ever conducted by a single Senator.
Its single longest period out of office, in that time, has been 4 years and 4 months ( March 1973 – July 1977 ).
Geelong holds a number of league records including the longest winning streak in AFL / VFL history ( 23 games ); the most goals kicked in a single game ( on two occasions-37. 17 ( 239 ) against Brisbane in 1992 and 37. 11 ( 233 ) against Melbourne in 2011 ); the highest score recorded in a single game ( 37. 17 ( 239 ) against Brisbane in 1992 ; the highest-ever aggregate season total for points scored ( 3, 334 points in 1992 ); the record for restricting an opponent to the lowest ever score in a game ( St Kilda 0. 1 ( 1 ) in 1899 ); the most consecutive 100-point victories ( 3 games in a row, in 1989 ); the longest winning streak in interstate games ( 12 games ) and achieved the longest home ground winning streak in VFL / AFL history — 29 games straight at Simonds Stadium ( also known as Kardinia Park ).
Among the longest single poems in American literature, Clarel, published in 1876, had an initial printing of only 350 copies.
The Astros won the National League Division Series against the Atlanta Braves, 3-1, with a game four that set postseason records for most innings ( 18 ), most players used by a single team ( 23 ), and longest game time ( 5 hours and 50 minutes ).
The competitor with the longest single legal throw ( over all rounds ) is the winner ; in the case of a tie the competitors ' second-longest throws are also considered.
The most renown railway in Russia is Trans-Siberian ( Transsib ), spanning a record 7 time zones and serving the longest single continuous services in the world, Moscow-Vladivostok ( 9, 259 km, 5, 753 mi ), Moscow – Pyongyang ( 10, 267 km, 6, 380 mi ) and Kiev – Vladivostok ( 11, 085 km, 6, 888 mi ).
She is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the actor with the longest uninterrupted performance in a single role.
Jim still makes scuba regulators and is the longest continuous maker of single hose scuba in the world.
On his formally relinquishing office five days later, he will have served 20 years and 314 days as Prime Minister, the longest single term ever, and also longer than the accumulated terms of any other British Prime Minister.
It has aired at that time since, for 36 years, making 60 Minutes not only the longest-running prime time program currently in production, but also the television program ( excluding daily programs such as evening newscasts or breakfast shows ) broadcasting for the longest length of time at a single time period each week in U. S. television history.
The Battle of Hürtgen Forest () is the name given to the series of fierce battles fought between U. S. and German forces during World War II in the Hürtgen Forest, which became the longest battle on German ground during World War II, and the longest single battle the U. S. Army has ever fought.
In an unsuccessful attempt to derail passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1957, Thurmond made the longest filibuster ever conducted by a single senator, speaking for a total of 24 hours and 18 minutes.
Boddington Bauxite Mine in western Australian may claim the Record for the worlds longest and second longest single belts with a 31 km long belt feeding a 20 km long belt.
The longest single belt international conveyor runs from Meghalaya in India to Sylhet in Bangladesh.
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The Constitution of India is the longest written constitution of any sovereign country in the world, containing 444 articles, 12 schedules and 94 amendments, with 117, 369 words in its English language version, while the United States Constitution is the shortest written constitution, at 7 articles and 27 amendments.
T. S. Eliot called Collins's novel The Moonstone ( 1868 ) " the first, the longest, and the best of modern English detective novels ... in a genre invented by Collins and not by Poe ", and Dorothy L. Sayers called it " probably the very finest detective story ever written ".
The identity of the longest word in English depends upon the definition of what constitutes a word in the English language, as well as how length should be compared.
In the 1960s, Ackerman organized the publication of an English translation in the U. S. of the German science fiction series Perry Rhodan, the longest science fiction series in history.
Hamlet is Shakespeare's longest play and among the most powerful and influential tragedies in English literature, with a story capable of " seemingly endless retelling and adaptation by others.
In the second part of the 20th century hexameter was used in the longest ever poem, Savitri ( book ), written in English by Sri Aurobindo.
He directed the Courtroom Drama reconstructions in the docu-film McLibel, concerning the longest libel trial in English history, which became a promotional disaster for the fast food chain.
The castle was the subject of the six-month long Siege of Kenilworth in 1266, believed to be the longest siege in English history, and formed a base for Lancastrian operations in the War of the Roses.
The Siege of Kenilworth Castle in 1266 was " probably the longest in English history " according to historian Norman Pounds, and at the time was also the largest siege to have occurred in England in terms of the number of soldiers involved.
* 1947 – Dave Pegg, English multi-instrumentalist, bass guitarist, longest serving member of Fairport Convention
Linia Hutnicza Szerokotorowa ( known by its acronym LHS, English: Broad gauge metallurgy line ) in Sławków is the longest broad gauge railway line in Poland.
The other members of the group from North East London, the " Stoke Newington Eight " were prosecuted for carrying out bombings as the Angry Brigade in one of the longest criminal trials of English history ( it lasted from 30 May to 6 December 1972 ).
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner ( originally The Rime of the Ancyent Marinere ) is the longest major poem by the English poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge, written in 1797 – 98 and published in 1798 in the first edition of Lyrical Ballads.
At 39 years, the noisy but impressive Shackleton held the distinction of being the aircraft with the longest period of active RAF service, until overtaken by the English Electric Canberra in 1998.
Fifth Estate is frequently cited as the longest running English language anarchist publication in North America, although this is sometimes disputed since it became only explicitly anti-authoritarian in 1975 after ten years of publishing as part of the 1960s Underground Press movement.
Fought from 1 June to 4 June 1666 in the Julian or Old Style calendar then used in England ( 11 June to 14 June New Style ) off the Flemish and English coast, it remains one of the longest naval engagements in history.
Leith Links also has one of the longest established cricket pitches in Scotland, at 1820 ( late by English standards, but early for Scotland ).
He would hold the post until 1954 becoming the longest reigning President to date, taking the membership of the organisation from twelve up to 85 nations, despite losing the membership of the English, Welsh and Scottish Football Associations during the early years.
In June 1666, they fought the Dutch at the Four Days Battle, one of the longest naval battles in history ; the battle saw the new aggressive tactics of Rupert and Monk applied, resulting in " a sight unique till then in sailing-ship warfare, the English beating upwind and breaking the enemy's line from leeward.
A piece of exquisite baroque prose that George Saintsbury called " the longest piece, perhaps, of absolutely sublime rhetoric to be found in the prose literature of the world ," Hydriotaphia displays an astonishing command of English prose rhythm and diction.
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The longest is a 10th century translation of Boethius ' Consolation of Philosophy contained in the Cotton manuscript Otho A. vi.
( The English translation of the Constitution of India, the longest national constitution, is about 117, 369 words long, a third of the length.
Urania is by far the longest life science fiction series published in Italy ( in July 2005 the issue number 1500 was released: it contained the translation of Stories for Men, a short novel by John Kessel ; Il ranch di Cranwell, a short novel by Giorgio Monicelli ; and short stories by Fruttero & Lucentini, Gianni Montanari, and Giuseppe Lippi ).