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  1. Gold Star family (+546 900%)

    Gold Star families (or Gold Star American families) are the relatives of US military members who died in battle.
  2. Murder of Selena (+3 502%)

    The murder of American singer Selena happened on March 31, 1995. Fans were saddened when the news of Selena's death was released by the media. She was shot and killed by Yolanda Saldivar. Saldivar was an employee and manager for Selena's boutiques and fan...
    Related pages: Selena (+1 774%)
  3. 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake (+60 820%)

    The 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami, also called the Sumatra-Andaman earthquake, was a great underwater earthquake. It happened at 00:58:53 UTC (07:58:53 local time) December 26, 2004. The epicenter of the earthquake was off the west coast of Sum...
  4. Yolanda Saldívar (+11 338%)

    Yolanda Saldívar (born September 19, 1960) is an American murderer. She was convicted of Selena's murder in March 1995. Saldívar is currently serving a life sentence in a Texas jail. She will eligible for parole in 2025. Saldívar was a registered nurse wh...
    Related pages: Selena (+1 774%)
  5. Quantum immortality (+130 600%)

    Quantum Immortality is an idea in which it is put forward that the consciousness stays alive even though the conscious being dies. For example, someone sets off a bomb beside the victim, that victim survives in an alternate universe by being injured but l...
  6. Vikram Samvat (+6 520%)

    The Vikram era, or Vikram samvat is an Indian calendar starting in 57 BC. The Vikram Samvat calendar starts half a century before the Gregorian calendar and works on an Indian calendar cycle. The calendar starts in the month of Chaitya, which usually fall...
    Related pages: Yes (band) (+4 200%), 2015 (+118%), 2008 (+9%)
  7. Red (+6 554%)

    Red is the color that is on the outside edge of the rainbow. It is one of the three primary colors, along with blue and yellow. Red light has a wavelength between 630-740 nanometers. Red is the color of some apples and mostly, raspberries. Red is the colo...
    Related pages: Blue (+3 831%), Orange (+4 930%), Yellow (+112%), Azure (+24 300%), Violet (+195%)
  8. Pol Pot (+72 500%)

    Saloth Sar (better known as Pol Pot; January 25, 1925 – April 15, 1998) was the leader of Cambodia between 1975 and 1979. He was the leader of a group called the Khmer Rouge, a group of peasant revolutionaries who turned Cambodia into a military dictators...
    Related pages: Cold War (+32%)
  9. Magenta (+8 863%)

    Magenta is a color in between red and purple or pink and purple. Sometimes it is confused with pink or purple. In terms of the HSV (RGB) color wheel, it is the color halfway between red and purple and is composed equally of red and blue (50% red and 50% b...
    Related pages: Blue (+3 831%), Orange (+4 930%), Yellow (+112%), Azure (+24 300%), Violet (+195%)
  10. Pink (+16 825%)

    Pink is a pale reddish color. Pink paint can be made by mixing red, orange, rose, or magenta paint and white paint.
    Related pages: Blue (+3 831%), Orange (+4 930%), Yellow (+112%), Azure (+24 300%), Violet (+195%)

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