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Radio-controlled Model - History
... point (popular for model cars and hydroplanes), round the pole control for electric model aircraft and control lines (called u-control in the US) for internal combustion powered ... The requirement for heavy batteries to drive tubes also meant that model boat systems were more successful than model aircraft. 1960s transistors had replaced the tube and electric motors driving control surfaces were more common ...
Interstate 45 - History - Gulf Freeway (Houston To Galveston)
... The Galveston-Houston Electric Railway began operating an interurban between those cities on December 5, 1911, and last ran on October 31, 1936, though the Houston Electric Company, operator of Houston's ... He announced an agreement with the Houston Electric Company on April 12, 1940, through which the company could convert its four remaining lines to buses, in exchange for the right-of-way ... while the remainder became State Highway 3, connecting to the Gulf Freeway via Winkler Drive, effective August 20, 1952 ...
Volvo Cars - Alternative Propulsion - Electric Car
... Further information Volvo C30 DRIVe Electric The Volvo C30 DRIVe Electric concept car was exhibited at the 2010 Paris Motor Show and Volvo announced that field testing will begin ... The C30 DRIVe electric car has a lithium-ion battery, a top speed of 130 km/h (81 mph), and an all-electric range of up to 150 kilometres (93 mi) ...

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    Remember dancing in
    those electric shoes?
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    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)

    Signal smokes, war drums, feathered bonnets against the western sky. New messiahs, young leaders are ready to hurl the finest light cavalry in the world against Fort Stark. In the Kiowa village, the beat of drums echoes in the pulsebeat of the young braves. Fighters under a common banner, old quarrels forgotten, Comanche rides with Arapaho, Apache with Cheyenne. All chant of war. War to drive the white man forever from the red man’s hunting ground.
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