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1974–75 European Cup - Top Scorers
4 Manuel Clares Barcelona 4 Allan Clarke Leeds United 4 Jurica Jerković Hajduk Split 4 Wilhelm Kreuz Feyenoord 4 Peter Lorimer Leeds United 4 Hervé Revelli ...
Impetigo (band) - Original Discography
... Need Is Cheez (1987, live demo) Giallo (1989, demo) Ultimo Mondo Cannibale (1990) Antefatto (1991, split 7" EP with Blood) Buio Omega (1991, 7" EP) Faceless (1991, 7" EP) Horror of the Zombies (1992 ...
Gas Huffer - Discography - Singles - Splits
... King of Hubcaps (1991) split with Fastbacks Knife Manual (1992) split with Mudhoney (You Stupid Asshole) on Empty Records (pressed on saw-shaped clear vinyl ...
University Of Split
... The University of Split (Croatian Sveučilište u Splitu) is a university located in Split, Croatia ...
Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna - History - Split
... Wijeweera and others decided in mid-1966 to launch a new party explicitly revolutionary in character ... They started from scratch, in contrast to the birth of most political parties in Sri Lanka, which broke off from other established parties ...

Famous quotes containing the word split:

    Politics is, as it were, the gizzard of society, full of grit and gravel, and the two political parties are its two opposite halves,—sometimes split into quarters, it may be, which grind on each other.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The Federated Republic of Europe—the United States of Europe—that is what must be. National autonomy no longer suffices. Economic evolution demands the abolition of national frontiers. If Europe is to remain split into national groups, then Imperialism will recommence its work. Only a Federated Republic of Europe can give peace to the world.
    Leon Trotsky (1879–1940)

    Let my hands find such symbols, that can be
    Unnoticed in the casual light of day,
    Lying in wait for half a century
    To split chance lives across, that had not dreamed
    Such coasts had echoed, or such seabirds screamed.
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)