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   represents   
Graphic Representations of Earth
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   is   
Montan Acid Esters
1912
   Wimbledon Ladies' Singles champion was   
Ethel Larcombe
1912
   Senior Isle of Man TT winner was   
Applebee
Scott- 500cc
1912
   was the year   
The Titanic Sank
Barbara Joyce Dainton and Elizabeth Gladys Dean are the last two living survivors, although they were both too young at the time to remember the disaster.
1912
   Preakness Stakes winner was   
Colonel Holloway
Clarence Turner on board -- Trainer D. Woodford -- Beverwyck Stable -- 1:56.60
1912
   the Prime Minister was   
Thomas Mackenzie
Liberal Scotiish-born NZ politican and explorer and later served as New Zealand High Commissioner in London
Ruggiero Leoncavallo
   composed   
La Reginetta Delle Rose (1912)
Herbert Jefferis Pennock (1912-34)
   had the nickname   
“The Knight of Kennett Square”
W.B. Loughead
   directed   
'Fighting' Dan McCool (1912)
Jackson Pollock
   lifespan was   
1912-1956
American painter
Raymond William Schalk (1912-29)
   had the nickname   
“Cracker”
Otis Thayer
   directed   
Life on the Diamond S (1912)
Portknockie Burgh
   adopted a policing system in   
1912
Jackson Pollock
   was born on   
January 28, 1912
An influential American painter and a major force in the abstract expressionist movement.
1912
   Summer Olympic Games were held in   
Stockholm
The Sergeant's Boy (1912)
   starrred   
Nick Cogley, Shorty Hamilton and J. Barney Sherry
Director: Thomas H. Ince. Also starred Richard Stanton, Ethel Grandin & Ray Myers
George M Cohen
   composed the musical   
Broadway Rose (1912)
George Michael Cohan
Stanley Anthony Coveleski (1912-28)
   had the nickname   
“Covey”
Frank Montgomery
   directed   
The 'Epidemic' in Paradise Gulch (1912)
1912
   winner of the US Open Men's Singles was   
Maurice McLoughlin
d. Wallace F. Johnson 3-6 2-6 6-2 6-4 6-2
Titanic
   sank in   
1912
April 15 Went down on maiden voyage after colliding with an iceberg. More than 1,500 people died.
1912
   the winner was the   
Quebec Bulldogs
Venezuela
   has an area of   
912,050 Km²
0.61%
1912
   saw the foundation of   
College of Saint Scholastica
Mascot is the Saints
1912
   the winner was   
Gerhart Hauptmann
Germany, 1862-1946
New Mexico
   joined the U.S.A in   
1912
January 6, 1912
1912
      
International Opium Convention
The first international drug control treaty.
1912
   winner of the Australian Open Men's Singles was   
Cecil Parke
1912
   winner of the US Open Women's Singles was   
Mary Browne
1906 - 1912
   the Prime Minister was   
Joseph Ward
Liberal, PM twice 1928-1930
1912
   was won by   
Small Polly
Reggie Walker br
1912
   Wimbledon Men's Singles champion was   
Anthony Wilding
Lead Belly
   performed the blues song   
The Titanic (1912)
Influenced by the sinking of the ship in 1912, Hubie Ledbetter wrote the song as his first composition on the twelve-string guitar, his signature instrument
Eppa Rixey (1912-33)
   had the nickname   
“Jeptha”
Carrot Orange
   has the hexidecimal code   
#ED9121
Charles Dillon Stengel (player, 1912-25; Manager, 1934-65)
   had the nickname   
“The Old Perfessor”
1912
   Junior Isle of Man TT winner was   
Bashall
Douglas- 350 cc
Harold Myers
   was born on   
May 10, 1912
Film journalist
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
   died in   
1912 aged 37 from Pneumonia
composer English
1912
   the winner was   
Marguerite Broquedis
Defeated Mieken Reick 6-3, 0-6, 6-4
1912
   winners of the FA Cup were   
Barnsley
Barnsley 1 West Bromwich Albion 0 (aet) (Replay); First game 0-0
Bulgaria
   has an area of   
110,912 Km²
0.07% Includes Balkan Mountains
Erik Jorgensen
   was born on   
May 10, 1912
Composer
1912
   was the year   
The Titanic Sank
Barbara Joyce Dainton and Elizabeth Gladys Dean are the last two living survivors, although they were both too young at the time to remember the disaster.
Walter James Vincent Maranville (1912-35)
   had the nickname   
“Rabbit”
Arizona
   joined the U.S.A in   
1912
February 14, 1912
1912
      
Kim Seongju (Kim Ilsung) is Born
Kim Ilsung was the first of North Korea's two leaders so far.
1912
   World Series Champions were the   
Boston Red Sox
4 games to 3 v. New York Giants






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