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20 Jul 19
Electronic_learning

Article of the day for July 20, 2019 is Siege of Berwick (1333). The Siege of Berwick lasted four months in 1333, and resulted in the Scottish-held town of Berwick-upon-Tweed being captured by an English army commanded by King Edward III (r. 1327–1377). The year before, Edward Balliol had seized the Scottish Crown, surreptitiously supported by […]

20 Jul 19
Welcome to Agincourt, Iowa

Planning Agincourt’s Public Library Beyond his role in the public library movement — he underwrote the cost of 1,800 libraries between 1889 and about 1920 — the frugal Scot Andrew Carnegie felt that large amounts of ink, paper, and time were consumed preparing documents, and that a significant savings in all three categories could be […]

20 Jul 19
familyconnectionsblog -

In 1780, the fifth year of the American Revolution, the British opened an offensive in the southern colonies. After victories in Savannah, Georgia  and Charleston, South Carolina,  British General Cornwallis was feeling confident. He marched his British forces toward Charlotte, North Carolina. Major Patrick Ferguson in charge of Loyalist militias, was sent to protect his […]

20 Jul 19
Interminable Writing

A large group of Ariadnan soldiers gathered outside the barracks of the Lafayette Forward Airfield, huddling together for warmth but making sure to gather only with their compatriots from their home countries. The result was a large mass of men and women separated into three distinct lumps: the Caledonians, the Kazaks, and the Americans. The […]

20 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

GETTY IMAGES Robert MacIntyre was not happy about his American partner that he had not shouted "forward" after a headstrong shot. Scottish rookie Robert MacIntyre said he had a few good words with one of his US counterparts, Kyle Stanley, after a drop in the crowd and the mother of his caddy hit the Open […]

20 Jul 19
cannonhillchronicles

On a perfect sunny spring day, we drove to the medieval walled town of Barga, an easy 45 minute drive from Lucca. We had learned it was easier to park outside these ancient towns and walk in rather than risk inadvertently driving into a pedestrian zone or the wrong way down a one way street. Crossing […]

20 Jul 19
Freelancers Fun

The Wikipedia article of the day for July 20, 2019 is Siege of Berwick (1333). The Siege of Berwick lasted four months in 1333, and resulted in the Scottish-held town of Berwick-upon-Tweed being captured by an English army commanded by King Edward III (r. 1327–1377). The year before, Edward Balliol had seized the Scottish Crown, surreptitiously […]

20 Jul 19
Trending Blog

Robert MacIntyre puts Oban on the map with Open push Down along the rolling terrain beside the 18th fairway at Royal Portrush, the rainstorm mercifully abated and Carol MacIntyre thought it might be a good time to get a wee snap of the Big Yellows, the famous scoreboards that sit atop the main grandstands flanking […]

20 Jul 19
Beyond Creativity

The Wikipedia article of the day for July 20, 2019 is Siege of Berwick (1333). The Siege of Berwick lasted four months in 1333, and resulted in the Scottish-held town of Berwick-upon-Tweed being captured by an English army commanded by King Edward III (r. 1327–1377). The year before, Edward Balliol had seized the Scottish Crown, surreptitiously […]

20 Jul 19
HARVEY DUKE

Sometimes, you don’t need to travel far to find amazing places and things to see. Well, as long as you are in the right mood. If you are stressed or working (the two often go together); or, you are stuck in a rusty fairground of alcohol, or other drugs, or daytime TV, it’s likely you […]

20 Jul 19
GREENGROUND IT

The Wikipedia article of the day for July 20, 2019 is Siege of Berwick (1333). The Siege of Berwick lasted four months in 1333, and resulted in the Scottish-held town of Berwick-upon-Tweed being captured by an English army commanded by King Edward III (r. 1327–1377). The year before, Edward Balliol had seized the Scottish Crown, surreptitiously […]

20 Jul 19
The Randomization

The Wikipedia article of the day for July 20, 2019 is Siege of Berwick (1333). The Siege of Berwick lasted four months in 1333, and resulted in the Scottish-held town of Berwick-upon-Tweed being captured by an English army commanded by King Edward III (r. 1327–1377). The year before, Edward Balliol had seized the Scottish Crown, surreptitiously […]

20 Jul 19
Freelancers Fun

The Wikipedia article of the day for July 20, 2019 is Siege of Berwick (1333). The Siege of Berwick lasted four months in 1333, and resulted in the Scottish-held town of Berwick-upon-Tweed being captured by an English army commanded by King Edward III (r. 1327–1377). The year before, Edward Balliol had seized the Scottish Crown, surreptitiously […]

20 Jul 19
khurram

The Wikipedia article of the day for July 20, 2019 is Siege of Berwick (1333). The Siege of Berwick lasted four months in 1333, and resulted in the Scottish-held town of Berwick-upon-Tweed being captured by an English army commanded by King Edward III (r. 1327–1377). The year before, Edward Balliol had seized the Scottish Crown, surreptitiously […]

20 Jul 19
Infinity News

The Wikipedia article of the day for July 20, 2019 is Siege of Berwick (1333). The Siege of Berwick lasted four months in 1333, and resulted in the Scottish-held town of Berwick-upon-Tweed being captured by an English army commanded by King Edward III (r. 1327–1377). The year before, Edward Balliol had seized the Scottish Crown, surreptitiously […]

20 Jul 19
Damion Frye

The Wikipedia article of the day for July 20, 2019 is Siege of Berwick (1333). The Siege of Berwick lasted four months in 1333, and resulted in the Scottish-held town of Berwick-upon-Tweed being captured by an English army commanded by King Edward III (r. 1327–1377). The year before, Edward Balliol had seized the Scottish Crown, surreptitiously […]

20 Jul 19
Best Article for This Day

The Wikipedia article of the day for July 20, 2019 is Siege of Berwick (1333). The Siege of Berwick lasted four months in 1333, and resulted in the Scottish-held town of Berwick-upon-Tweed being captured by an English army commanded by King Edward III (r. 1327–1377). The year before, Edward Balliol had seized the Scottish Crown, surreptitiously […]