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N 8 B 53 C 1 E Jan 26, 2021 F Jan 26, 2021
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Ancient Romans were the first to see the wishbone as a symbol of luck, which eventually turned into the tradition of actually breaking it apart. ... The person holding the longer piece was said to have good fortune or a wish granted. If the bone cracked evenly in half, both people would have their wishes come true.

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N 8 B 84 C 0 E Jan 25, 2021 F Jan 25, 2021
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Starting from top left moving down those are the watches I've had since roughly the late eighties to the present and the watch with strap being the last Ironman watch until very recently. A few of those Ironman watches I've gone diving with not knowing that 100M is really not meant for S.C.U.B.A. but they still withstood the pressures

Tags:   ironman watch Casio Watch Cardinal Watch Timex watches indiglo digital watch compass

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Tags:   winter bird feeding

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1902 - RCA Victor Company

4436 Saint-Antoine West · Saint-Henri

The inventor of the gramophone, Emile Berliner, had a factory built in Saint-Henri in 1908. It was later sold to the RCA Victor Company and expanded in 1940. Around this time, a state-of-the-art recording studio was also installed on the premises. After the gramophone era, the factory went on to manufacture radios and televisions. In the 1960s, it even produced Canada’s first satellite, the Alouette 1. Since 1998, it has been the site of the MOEB (Emile Berliner Museum of Sound).

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1902 - RCA Victor Company

4436 Saint-Antoine West · Saint-Henri

The inventor of the gramophone, Emile Berliner, had a factory built in Saint-Henri in 1908. It was later sold to the RCA Victor Company and expanded in 1940. Around this time, a state-of-the-art recording studio was also installed on the premises. After the gramophone era, the factory went on to manufacture radios and televisions. In the 1960s, it even produced Canada’s first satellite, the Alouette 1. Since 1998, it has been the site of the MOEB (Emile Berliner Museum of Sound).

Tags:   RCA Building Montreal Historical Building Montreal Saint Henri


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