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bob hinz
9 years ago

you're awesome think your super cute however you are dead. im doing a jazz mucican powerpoint i chose you because i play the clainet . may he rest in peace he was a very very cute man a lived a good life cry cry sniff sniff :( i love and thats my friend

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Anonymous
14 years ago

RIP Benny

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14 years ago

The Archibald Prize is regarded as the most important portraiture prize, and is the most prominent of all arts prizes, in Australia. It was first awarded in 1921 after a bequest from J F Archibald, the editor of The Bulletin who died in 1919. It is administered by the Trustees of the Art Gallery of New South Wales and awarded for "the best portrait, preferentially of some man or woman distinguished in Art, Letters, Science or Politics, painted by an artist resident in Australasia during the 12 months preceding the date fixed by the Trustees for sending in the pictures." The Archibald Prize is awarded annually and as of 2007, the prize is A$35,000.

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Julie Holmes
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Julie Holmes
14 years ago

Rest In Peace

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Patrick McDoyle
14 years ago

Rest In Peace

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Patrick McDoyle
14 years ago

You will be remembered

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Patrick McDoyle
14 years ago

The Fernmeldeturm Münster (Telecommunication Tower Münster) or, colloquial: "Fernsehturm" (TV-Tower) is the modern landmark of Münster completed in 1985/86. The 222.5 metre high tower, which is used for directional services and TV-, VHF- and UHF-transmission is not accessible to the public. The basket of this tower, which carries also the name "Münster 42" has a diameter of 40 metres and is situated in a height of 108 metres. Fernmeldeturm Münster, which has a weight of 14000 tons, is property of the Deutsche Telekom.

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Patrick McDoyle
14 years ago

you will be missed and never forgotten

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Patrick McDoyle
14 years ago

The Fernmeldeturm Münster (Telecommunication Tower Münster) or, colloquial: "Fernsehturm" (TV-Tower) is the modern landmark of Münster completed in 1985/86. The 222.5 metre high tower, which is used for directional services and TV-, VHF- and UHF-transmission is not accessible to the public. The basket of this tower, which carries also the name "Münster 42" has a diameter of 40 metres and is situated in a height of 108 metres. Fernmeldeturm Münster, which has a weight of 14000 tons, is property of the Deutsche Telekom. See also: List of Towers

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Patrick McDoyle
14 years ago

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14 years ago

The Fernmeldeturm Münster (Telecommunication Tower Münster) or, colloquial: "Fernsehturm" (TV-Tower) is the modern landmark of Münster completed in 1985/86. The 222.5 metre high tower, which is used for directional services and TV-, VHF- and UHF-transmission is not accessible to the public. The basket of this tower, which carries also the name "Münster 42" has a diameter of 40 metres and is situated in a height of 108 metres. Fernmeldeturm Münster, which has a weight of 14000 tons, is property of the Deutsche Telekom.

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The Fernmeldeturm Münster (Telecommunication Tower Münster) or, colloquial: "Fernsehturm" (TV-Tower) is the modern landmark of Münster completed in 1985/86. The 222.5 metre high tower, which is used for directional services and TV-, VHF- and UHF-transmission is not accessible to the public. The basket of this tower, which carries also the name "Münster 42" has a diameter of 40 metres and is situated in a height of 108 metres. Fernmeldeturm Münster, which has a weight of 14000 tons, is property of the Deutsche Telekom. See also: List of Towers

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The Archibald Prize is regarded as the most important portraiture prize, and is the most prominent of all arts prizes, in Australia. It was first awarded in 1921 after a bequest from J F Archibald, the editor of The Bulletin who died in 1919. It is administered by the Trustees of the Art Gallery of New South Wales and awarded for "the best portrait, preferentially of some man or woman distinguished in Art, Letters, Science or Politics, painted by an artist resident in Australasia during the 12 months preceding the date fixed by the Trustees for sending in the pictures." The Archibald Prize is awarded annually and as of 2007, the prize is A$35,000.

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