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Wednesday, October 17, 2018.



Birthdays


1563 Jodocus Hondius, Flemish mathematician/cartographer
1577 Cristofano Allori, Italian painter (Judith)
1626 Simon van Leeuwen, lawyer/historian (Roman-Holland regt)
1688 Domenico Zipoli, composer
1696 August III, king of Poland/monarch Frederik August II of Saksen
1704 Willem Bentinck, orangist
1711 Jupiter Hammon, 1st American black to publish poetry (Complete Works)
1720 Maria Teresa Agnesi, composer
1725 John Wilkes, English journalist/MP (N Briton)
1729 Pierre-Alexandre Monsigny, composer
1730 Ernestus Weinrauch, composer
1734 Grigori G Orlov, Russ guard officer/favorite of Catharina II
1806 Alphonse LPP de Candolle, Swiss botanist
1811 Albertus C van Raalte, Dutch/US vicar (owned land in Mich)
1813 Georg Bchner, German playwright (Dantons Tod/Woyzeck)
1815 Emanuel Geibel, writer
1817 Sajjid Ahmad Chan, Indian moslem leader/co-founder (Pakistan)
1817 Samuel Ringgold Ward, Maryland, minister/abolitionist (Fugitive Negro)
1835 Alexandrine-Pieternella-Fran‡oise Tinn‚, explored White Nile
1839 H‚lŠne Mercier, Dutch author/social reformer
1844 Miguel Nieto, composer
1845 Franz Ehrle, German prefect of Vatican library
1848 William "Candy" Cummings, created curve ball
1859 William "Buck" Ewing, hall of fame catcher (NY Giants, Cin Reds)
1860 Dionyssios Lavrangas, composer
1864 Elinor Glyn, British novelist (3 Weeks)
1875 Alfred Polgar, Austrian writer (Yes & No!)
1878 Andrei N Rimski-Korssakov, Russian musicologist/son of Nikolai
1878 Henri Mulet, composer
1883 A S Neill, British headmaster (Summerhill)
1885 Aaf Bouber-ten Hoope, Dutch actress (Jantjes)/wife of Herman Bouber
1886 Spring Byington, Colo Springs, actress (Lily Ruskin-December Bride)
1892 Herbert Norman Howells, composer
1892 Otakar Jeremias, composer
1893 Spring Byington
1893 Spring Byington
1893 Spring Byington
1893 Spring Byington
1893 Spring Byington
1893 Jean Binet, composer
1895 Doris Humphrey, Oak Park Ill, dancer (Dances of Women)
1898 Mildred Knopf, cookbook writer
1898 Shinichi Suzuki, music teacher
1898 Simon Vestdijk, Dutch writer/poet (5th Seal)
1903 Irene Ryan, El Paso Texas, actress (Granny-Beverly Hillbillies)
1903 Jerry Colona, Boston Mass, comedian (Jerry Colona Show)
1903 Nathanael West, American novelist (Day of the Locusts)
1905 Jean Arthur
1905 Jean Arthur
1905 Jean Arthur
1905 Jean Arthur
1905 Jean Arthur
1905 Franco Albini, Italian architect
1905 Jean Arthur, NYC, actress (Shane, Mr Smith Goes to Washington)
1909 Crozy [William] Cole, US jazz drummer
1912 John Paul I, [Albino Luciano], 263rd Roman Catholic pope (1978)
1914 Albert Markos, composer
1914 Jerry Siegel, comic book writer (Superman)
1914 John Mosely, recording expert/entrepreneur
1915 Arthur Miller, playwright (Death of a Salesman, The Crucible)
1915 Arthur Miller, NYC, playwright (Death of a Salesman, Crucible)
1915 Arthur Miller, playwright (Death of a Salesman, The Crucible)
1916 Robert Lowery, Kansas City MO, actor (Murder Over NY)
1916 Tadeusz Paciorkiewicz, composer
1917 Marsha Hunt, Chicago Ill, actress (Jennifer-Peck's Bad Girl, Jigsaw)
1917 Martin Donnelly, cricketer (brilliant lefty bat for NZ post-war)
1919 Rita Hayworth, actress, Alzheimer's victim
1919 John Moroney, cricketer (Australian opener 1949-51)
1919 Rita Hayworth, NY, [Marguerita C Casino], actress (Gilda, Pal Joey)
1919 Rita Hayworth, actress, Alzheimer's victim
1920 Montgomery Clift
1920 Montgomery Clift
1920 Montgomery Clift
1920 Montgomery Clift
1920 Montgomery Clift
1920 Montgomery Clift, Omaha NE, actor (From Here to Eternity)
1920 Rudolf Hrusinsky, Czech actor (Short Cut, Golden Eels)
1921 Tom Poston
1921 Tom Poston
1921 Tom Poston
1921 Tom Poston
1921 Tom Poston
1921 George Mackey Brown, poet
1921 Maria Gorokhovskaya, USSR, gymnist (Olympic-gold-1952)
1921 Pricilla Lanford Buckly, editor/columnist (National Review)
1921 Tom Poston, Columbus Ohio, actor (Steve Allen Show, Newhart)
1922 Louis Benjamin, showman
1926 Beverly Garland, Santa Cruz Calif, actress (My 3 Sons)
1926 Julie Adams, Waterloo Iowa, actress (Yancy Derringer, Code Red)
1926 Karl Gordon Henize, Cincinnati Ohio, astronaut (STS 51-F)
1928 Ivan Marinov, composer
1928 James "Junior" Gilliam, Dodgers (NL rookie of year 1953)
1928 Zacharias J de Beer, S African physician/MP (DP)
1929 Ram Da-Oz, composer
1930 Jimmy Breslin
1930 Jimmy Breslin
1930 Jimmy Breslin
1930 Jimmy Breslin
1930 Jimmy Breslin
1930 Angelo Paccignini, composer
1930 Jimmy Breslin, Queens NYC, columnist (NY Post, News, Newsday)
1932 Gundaris Pone, composer
1932 Paul Anderson, US, light super heavyweight lifter (Olympic-gold-1956)
1932 William J Hughes, (Rep-D-New Jersey, 1975- )
1933 William A Anders, Hong Kong, Maj Gen, USAF/astronaut (Apollo 8)
1934 Barend P Tammeling, Dutch journalist (Trouw, Groninger Gezinsbode)
1935 Alan Brown, cricketer (Engld opening attack Brown & White vs Pak 1961)
1936 David Hobson, (Rep-R-Ohio)
1938 Evel Knievel
1938 Evel Knievel
1938 Evel Knievel
1938 Evel Knievel
1938 Robert 'Evel' Knievel, motorcycle daredevil
1938 Evel Knievel
1938 Robert "Evel" Knievel, motorcycle daredevil (Snake River Canyon)
1938 Robert 'Evel' Knievel, motorcycle daredevil
1941 Alan Howard, rock bassist (Brian Poole & The Tremeloes)
1941 Earl Thomas Conley, Portsmouth Oh, country singer (Too Many Times)
1941 James Seals, Sidney Tx, singer (Seals & Crofts-Summer Breeze)
1942 Gary Puckett, vocalist (& Union Gap-Woman Woman, Young Girl)
1943 Susan Davenny Wyner, New Haven Ct, soprano (Walter Naumberg Prize)
1944 Carol Cole, West Medford Mass, actress (Ellie-Grady)
1945 Dave Cutler, CFL place kicker (Edmonton Eskimos)
1946 Bob Seagren, Pomona Calif, actor (Soap)/pole vaulter (Olympic-gold-68)
1946 James Ray Tucker, LA Calif, rock guitarist (Turtles-Eleanor)
1946 Vicki Hodge, London England, actress (Confessions of a Sex Maniac)
1947 Charles A Ingene, macromarketing researcher
1947 Gene Green, (Rep-D-Texas)
1947 Lesley Sunderland, decorative artist
1947 Michael McKean, NYC, actor (Laverne & Shirley, SNL, Spinal Tap)
1948 George Wendt
1948 Margot Kidder
1948 George Wendt
1948 Margot Kidder
1948 George Wendt
1948 Margot Kidder
1948 George Wendt
1948 Margot Kidder
1948 George Wendt
1948 Margot Kidder
1948 George Wendt, Chicago Ill, actor (Norm-Cheers)
1948 Margot Kidder, Yellowknife, actress (Lois Lane, Amityville Horror)
1949 Bill Hudson, Portland Ore, comedian (Bonkers, Hudson Brothers Show)
1949 Maurice Willis Wright, composer
1949 Timothy Bottoms, Santa Barbara Calif, actor (Adam-East of Eden)
1950 Howard Rollins
1950 Howard Rollins
1950 Howard Rollins
1950 Howard Rollins
1950 Howard Rollins
1950 Howard E Rollins Jr, Balt Md, actor (Bannister-Wildside,Another World)
1950 Michael Lynn Synar, (Rep-D-Oklahoma, 1979- )
1950 Sandra Reemer, Dutch singer (As Love Goes)
1955 Sam Bottoms, Santa Barbara CA, actor (Prime Risk, Savages)
1956 Mae C Jemison, Decatur Alabama, MD/astronaut (STS 47)
1956 Robin LO Linschoten, Dutch ass. secretary of Social Affairs (VVD)
1957 Vincent Van Patten, Belrose NY, actor (Apple's Way, 3 for the Road)
1958 Alan Jackson, Newnan Ga, country singer (Here in the Real World)
1958 Blaine McCallister, Ft Stockton TX, PGA golfer (1989 Honda Classic)
1958 France St Louis, ice hockey forward (Canada, Oly-98)
1958 Gig Gangel Harlingen TX, playmate (Jan, 1980)
1959 Dolph Lundgren, actor (Rocky 4, Masters of Universe) [or Nov 3]
1960 Ang‚la Kramers, Dutch singer (Dolly Dots)
1960 James Patrick Delsing, St Louis MO, PGA golfer (1993 New England-2nd)
1960 Mandy Yachad, cricketer (South African ODI opening batsman 1991)
1962 John Dorge, Australian basketball center (Olympics-96)
1963 Vijay Mehra, cricketer (United Arab Emirates batsman 1996 World Cup)
1965 Connie Ann Hearn, Anchorage Alaska, actress (New Kind of Family)
1965 Pinnaduwage Aravinda De Silva, cricket (Sri Lanka's greatest batsman)
1966 Danny Ferry, NBA forward (Cleveland Cavaliers)
1967 Adrianne Werdel Witmeyer, LA Calif, tennis star (1990 Futures-Chiba)
1967 Allen West, US metal guitarist (Obituary, Cause of Death)
1967 Marianne Werdel Witmeyer, LA Calif, tennis star
1967 Mark Johnson, Worcester MA, infielder (Pitts Pirates)
1967 Nathalie Tauziat, Bangui Cent Afr Rep, tennis star (1993 Quebec City)
1967 Reggie Clark, NFL linebacker (Jacksonville Jaguars)
1968 Heather McDermid, Calgary Alberta, rower (Olympics-96)
1968 Ziggy Marley, reggae performer
1969 Alfred Pupunu, NFL tight end (SD Chargers)
1969 Joe Courtney, NBA forward (Cleveland Cavaliers)
1969 Theodore Ernest Els, Johannesburg S Afr, PGA golfer (1994 US Open)
1970 Anil Kumble, cricketer (great Indian leg-spinner since 1990)
1970 Jean-Paul de Young, soccer player (FC Utrecht)
1970 John Mabry, Wilmington DE, outfielder (St Louis Cardinals)
1970 Marciano Vink, soccer player (Genoa/PSV)
1970 Shauna O'Brien, Pasco Wash, actress (Showgirls)
1970 Tasha Tsang, Saskatoon Saskatchwan, rower (Olympics-96)
1971 Chris Kirkpatrick
1971 Chris Kirkpatrick
1971 Chris Kirkpatrick
1971 Chris Kirkpatrick
1971 Chris Kirkpatrick
1971 Byron Chamberlain, NFL/WLAF tight end Denver Broncos, Rhein Fire)
1971 Ernest Dixon, NFL linebacker (NO Saints)
1971 Henry McMillian, NFL defensive tackle (Seattle Seahawks)
1972 Vicki Goetze, Michicot WI, LPGA golfer (1995 British Open-12th)
1973 Keith McKenzie, NFL defensive end (Green Bay Packers-Superbowl 31)
1973 Lorie Bennett West, Miss Kentucky USA (1996)

Events


532 Boniface II ends his reign as Catholic Pope
733 Battle at Poitiers: Charles Martel beats Abd al-Rachmans Omajjaden
1387 Swells convent Windesheim initiated
1404 Cosma de' Migliorati elected Pope Innocentius VII
1415 Jewish autonomy in Palestine ends, as Raban Gamliel leaves office
1469 Crown prince Fernando of Arag˘n marries princess Isabella of Castili‰
1483 Tomas de Torquemada appointed inquisitor-general of Spain
1492 Columbus sights the isle of San Salvador.
1492 Columbus sights the isle of San Salvador.
1492 Columbus sights isle of San Salvador (Watling Island, Bahamas)
1556 Ex-emperor Karel departs Netherland for Spain
1651 Future King Charles II flees from England
1691 New royal charter for Massachusetts, now including Maine, Plymouth
1707 German composer Johann S Bach marries his niece Maria Bach
1720 Pierre de Marivaux' "Arlequin Poli Par l'Amour," premieres in Paris
1740 Ivan VI becomes Czar of Russia
1777 British General John Burgoyne surrenders at Saratoga, NY
1777 British General John Burgoyne surrenders at Saratoga, NY
1777 British General John Burgoyne surrenders at Saratoga NY
1781 Cornwallis defeated at Yorktown.
1781 Cornwallis defeated at Yorktown.
1781 Cornwallis defeated at Yorktown
1787 Boston blacks, petition legislature for equal school facilities
1797 Peace of Campo Formio: Austrian Dutch possessions & France
1800 Dutch colony Cura‡ao transfered to England
1808 Political rights of Jews suspended in Duchy of Warsaw
1815 Napoleon arrives in St Helena
1825 1st French Liszts operette Don Sanche premieres in Paris
1829 Delaware River & Chesapeake Bay Canal formally opens
1829 German 1st assassination on abandoned teenager Kaspar Hauser
1831 Felix Mendelssohn's 1st Piano concert in G, premieres
1850 Knickerbocker Engine Co Number 5 organized
1855 Bessemer steelmaking process patented
1860 1st British Golf Open: Willie Park shoots a 164 at Prestwick Club
1860 1st pro golf tournament held (Scotland) (Willie Park wins)
1862 Battle of Leetown & Thoroughfare Gap, VA
1868 Constitution of Grand Duchy of Luxembourg comes into effect
1871 Great Britain annexes Griqualand South Africa
1871 President Grant suspends writ of habeas corpus
1876 Henry Morton Stanley's reaches Lualaba River
1877 Henry Morton Stanley reaches Boma during trip cross Africa
1885 Baseball sets all players salaries at $1,000-$2,000 for 1885 season
1894 Ohio national guard kills 3 lynchers while rescuing a black man
1896 Anton Tsjechovs "Chayka," premieres in St Petersburg
1899 Sutro railroad sold to Robert F Morrow for $215,000
1904 Bank of Italy (Bank of America) opens its doors
1912 Bulgaria, Greece & Serbia declares war on Turkey
1916 Dutch women demonstrate for female suffrage
1917 1st British bombing of Germany
1918 De Kooy airport in Netherlands opens
1918 Yugoslavia proclaims itself a republic
1919 the Radio Corporation of America (RCA), is created.
1919 the Radio Corporation of America (RCA), is created.
1919 Radio Corporation of America (RCA) created
1920 Chicago Bears (as Decatur Staleys) play 1st NFL game, win 7-0
1921 Belgium's public library law goes into force
1922 Scottish worker begins hunger march from Glasgow on London
1923 Catholic University of Nijmegen Neth opens
1927 Ban Johnson, in failing health, retires as AL president
1931 Al Capone is sentenced to 11 years in prison for tax evasion.
1931 Al Capone is sentenced to 11 years in prison for tax evasion.
1931 Al Capone convicted of tax evasion, sentenced to 11 years in prison
1933 Albert Einstein arrives in the US, a refugee from Nazi Germany.
1933 Albert Einstein arrives in the US, a refugee from Nazi Germany.
1933 Albert Einstein arrives in US, a refugee from Nazi Germany
1934 "The Aldrich Family" premieres on radio
1935 Pacific Assoc of AAU votes not to participate in Berlin Olympics
1940 German occupiers issue identity cards
1941 1st American destroyer torpedoed in WW II, USS Kearny off Iceland
1941 1st American destroyer torpedoed in WW II, USS Kearny off Iceland
1941 1st US destroyer (Kearney) torpedoed in WW II, off Iceland
1943 Liberators sink U-540 & U-631
1945 Juan Per˘n becomes dictator of Argentina
1951 Egyptian army fires on British troops
1954 Phila Eagle Adrian Burk passes for 7 touchdowns vs Wash (49-21)
1955 Lee Merriwether joins Today Show panel
1956 England's 1st large scale nuclear power station opens
1956 Pakistan defeat Australia by nine wickets at 1st attempt
1957 "Copper & Brass" opens at Martin Beck Theater NYC for 36 performances
1957 Britain's Queen Elizabeth & Prince Philip visits White House
1957 Dike Marken-Dutch mainland closed
1957 French author Albert Camus awarded Nobel Prize in Literature
1957 II Tsjoendrigar becomes premier of Pakistan
1959 "Billy Barnes Revue" closes at John Golden Theater NYC after 87 perfs
1959 Queen Elizabeth is fined $140 for withdrawing her race horse
1959 Stinchcomb Memorial in Cleveland Metroparks' dedicated
1960 "Tenderloin" opens at 46th St Theater NYC for 216 performances
1960 US & Britain sign accord for nuclear sub bases
1961 22nd congress of CPSU opens in Moscow
1961 Battle of Paris-police kill 210 Algerians
1961 NASA civilian pilot Joseph A Walker takes X-15 to 33,100 m
1961 NY Museum of Modern Art hangs Henri Matisse's "Le Bateau" upside-down It wasn't corrected until December 3rd
1962 Yanks beat Giants for 20th world championship
1963 "Jennie" opens at Majestic Theater NYC for 82 performances
1964 Yanks fire Manager Yogi Berra
1965 "On A Clear Day You Can See Forever" opens in NYC for 280 perfs
1965 WBMG TV channel 42 in Birmingham, AL (CBS) begins broadcasting
1967 "Hair" premieres on Broadway
1967 Barbra Streisand stars on "Belle of 14th Street" special on CBS
1967 Memorial service for Brian Epstein at New London Synagogue
1967 Pete Knight in X-15 reaches 85 km
1967 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1969 NY Nets move from Comack to Island Garden, Hempstead NY
1969 Plastic Ono Band's "Cold Turkey" is released in UK
1969 Soyuz 7 returns to Earth
1970 Anwar Sadat sworn in as president of Egypt
1971 Cleveland Metroparks' Rocky River Nature Center opens
1971 Judy Rankin wins LPGA Quality-First Golf Classic
1971 Pitts Pirates beat Balt Orioles, 4 games to 3 in 68th World Series
1972 1st time Islanders shut-out-5-0 vs Penguins
1972 Bob Randall's "6 Rooms Riv Vu," premieres in NYC
1972 Chuck Berry's "My Ding-a-ling," is #1
1973 The Arab oil embargo begins. It will last until March, 1974.
1973 The Arab oil embargo begins. It will last until March, 1974.
1973 5-mo oil embargo by Arab states against US & Netherlands begins
1973 Arabs decrease oil production
1974 "Don't Bother Me, I Can't Cope" closes at Playhouse NYC after 1065 per
1974 NBA New Orleans Jazz begin a 28 game road losing streak
1974 Washington Capitals 1st NHL home victory, beating Chicago 4-3
1974 Oakland A's beat LA Dodgers, 4 games to 1 in 71st World Series makes A's only team other than Yanks to win 3 straight series
1975 1st Space Shuttle main engine test at Natl Space Tech Labs, Miss
1975 Bee Gees Maurice Gibb weds Yvonne Spencely
1975 UN passes resolution saying "Zionism is a form of racism"
1976 China PR performs nuclear test at Lop Nor PRC
1976 Coldest World Series game Yankees vs Cincinnati, 39řF (until 1997)
1977 West German commandos storm hijacked Lufthansa plane in Mogadishu Somalia, freeing 86 hostages & kill three of the four hijackers.
1977 West German commandos storm hijacked Lufthansa plane in Mogadishu Somalia, freeing 86 hostages & kill three of the four hijackers.
1977 Canada begins regular live TV coverage of Parliament
1977 West German commandos storm hijacked Lufthansa in Mogadishu, Somalia freeing all 86 hostages & killing 3 of 4 hijackers
1978 NY Islanders start a streak of 23 undefeated games at home (15-0-8)
1978 NY Yankees beat Dodgers, 4 games to 2 in 75th World Series
1978 Pres Carter signs bill restoring Jefferson Davis citizenship
1978 USSR performs underground nuclear test
1978 Yanks win 22nd World Championship capping their great comeback year
1979 "Beatlemania" closes at Winter Garden Theater NYC after 920 perfs
1979 D Bautista of Mexico completes 20,000 m walk in record 1:20:06.8
1979 Mother Teresa of India, awarded Nobel Peace Prize
1979 Pitts Pirates beat Balt Orioles, 4 games to 3 in 76th World Series
1979 Pres Carter signs legislation creating Dept of Education
1980 1st-class debut of Mike Whitney, NSW v Qld (2-52 & 1-39)
1982 1st live orch on commerical network since 1954 (National Symphony)
1982 Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation
1982 Robin Yount is 1st to have 2 4-hit games in a World Series
1982 Sam Shepard's "True West" premieres in NYC
1982 USSR performs nuclear test at Novaya Zemlya USSR
1983 Nobel prize for economy awarded to Gerard Debreu
1983 STS-9 vehicle moves to Vandenberg AFB due to SRB nozzle problem
1984 Nobel prize for chemistry awarded to Bruce Merrifield
1985 Intel 80386DX addresses 4 gigabytes of memory.
1985 Intel 80386DX addresses 4 gigabytes of memory.
1985 Intel 80386DX addresses 4 gigabytes of memory.
1985 Intel 80386DX addresses 4 gigabytes of memory.
1985 Intel 80386DX addresses 4 gigabytes of memory.
1985 French author Claude Simon won the Nobel Prize in literature
1985 Lou Piniella named NY Yankee manager
1986 US Senate approved immigration bill prohibiting hiring of illegal aliens & offered amnesty to illegals who entered prior to 1982
1986 Yitzak Rabin forms Israeli government
1987 "Late Nite Comic" closes at Ritz Theater NYC after 4 performances
1987 1st indoor World Series game (Minnesota Metrodome)
1987 1st lady Nancy Reagan undergoes a modified radical mastectomy
1988 31 reported dead as Ugandan jetliner crashes in fog near Rome
1988 Dallas Green replaces Lou Pinella as manager of NY Yankees
1988 Lyndon LaRouche pleads innocent to fraud, conspiracy indictment
1988 Phillip Morris announces $11 Billion tender offer for Kraft
1988 Rockin Robin beats "Sensational" Sherri Martel for WWF woman's title
1988 Traveling Wilbury's 1st release "Handle With Care"
1989 Destructive 7.1 earthquake strikes Northern California.
1989 Destructive 7.1 earthquake strikes Northern California.
1989 Earthquake in SF (6.9) cancels 3rd game of World Series, kills 67
1990 "Jackie Mason - Brand New" opens at Neil Simon NYC for 216 perfs
1990 "Les Miserables," opens at Imperial Theatre, NY & His Majesty's Theatre, Perth
1991 Angel Cordero is 3rd jockey to win 7,000 horse races
1991 Atlanta Braves beat Pittsburgh Pirates for NL pennant in 7 games
1991 News anchor Bree Walker Lampley files an FCC complaint that LA radio KFI-AM personally attacked her by discuss her having a disformed baby
1991 Pitts Penguin Paul Coffey sets NHL defenseman scoring record with 1,053 career points (309 goals & 744 assists)
1992 1st World Series with non-US team, Toronto loses 3-1 to Braves
1993 Dottie Mochrie wins LPGA World Championship of Women's Golf
1994 Beth Daniel wins LPGA World Championships of Women's Golf
1994 Billy Joel performs opening concert at Cleveland's Gund Arena
1994 Kapil Dev's final one-day international (v West Indies)
1995 Keith Moore sentenced to 6 years for robbing Sting of $9,000,000
1996 "Taking Sides," opens at Atkinson Theater NYC
2003 Tappei 101 becomes world's talest building with the addition of a 60m spire.
2003 Tappei 101 becomes world's talest building with the addition of a 60m spire.
2003 Tappei 101 becomes world's talest building with the addition of a 60m spire.
2003 Tappei 101 becomes world's talest building with the addition of a 60m spire.
2003 Tappei 101 becomes world's talest building with the addition of a 60m spire.

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