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- Banded iron formations (also known as banded ironstone formations or BIFs) are distinctive units of sedimentary rock that are almost always of Precambrian...
- Close Your Eyes was an American Christian hardcore band from Abilene, Texas. Signed to Victory Records, the group released its debut album in 2010, We...
- Closer was an American 4-piece rock band from New York City with Harley Di Nardo (vocals, guitars), Derrek Hawkins (guitars) and David Cartategui (b****)...
- Nichols The Closer, a 1990 movie, starring Danny Aiello, based on the play Wheelbarrow Closers Closer (band), a rock band from New York City Closer (Better...
- open plains of the countryside. The banded krait has been found in Myanmar up to an altitude of 5000 feet. Banded kraits are shy, not typically seen,...
- Close to the Edge is the fifth studio album by English progressive rock band Yes, released on 13 September 1972 by Atlantic Records. It is their last album...
- mongoose species live solitary lives, the banded mongoose live in colonies with a complex social structure. The banded mongoose is a s****y mongoose with a...
- Banded krait (Bungarus fasciatus), thrashing about as it is handled. Unlike other Bungarus species, who are primarily snake-eaters, the many-banded krait...
- Close to Home was an American post-hardcore band from Cincinnati, Ohio, that was formed in 2005. They have released two EPs (three mixed, one demo) and...
- The banded penguins are penguins that belong to the genus Spheniscus. There are four living species of penguins known as banded penguins, and all have...
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