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RIT Aero Design 1h
Yesterday we hosted our first YearOne365 Class! got to build and take home their very own foam gliders! Fortunately, no freshmen were left glued to the table.
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Dr.Thompson Aug 30
First cross country meet was a Success Champion’s in the making watch us Work this Year 🐯🏃🏾‍♂️💪🏿
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TSU Athletics Aug 30
Mosley Posts Top Time at Belmont Opener ➡️
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Aaron David Yeoman Dec 22
Replying to @IrisYang86351
Watch a courageous cousin help a wounded American pilot from the with 🇺🇸🇯🇵🇨🇳
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China Xinhua News May 11
By commemorating , a U.S. air squadron that helped Chinese fight Japanese invaders in WWII, a two-day conference in Las Vegas features extensive reflection on shared American and Chinese experiences and friendship during the war
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Andrew Sloman Sep 4
Brisbane bound. You know what. It's Tiger Time. That's what it is.
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Rob O'Swift 10h
Cara takes a seaside stroll this Wednesday 😍 Uncensored pinup will be on 😉
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Andrew Sloman Aug 22
To Australia. Weekend with the family.
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Uncle Kay May 3
Definitely don’t like the way the season ended but I would like to say thank you to the fans, organization, teammates and coaches of couldn’t have asked for a better situation to be in!
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bookglow May 21
These fascinating nonfiction and fiction selections detail the efforts of the World War II American combat group, the Flying Tigers, who helped defeat the Japanese in China. .
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Tracie May 27
Watching these players come together with effort, optimism, and a love of baseball, was relaxing, rejuvenating, and a great start to summer vacation.
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Ryan Sep 3
Hey Twitter fam, just checking in to report that I'm feeling much better and in just 48 hours time, I'll be on a flight to BNE.
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Ryan Sep 5
Not quite 's favoured 1A, but rocking an exit row seat all the way to Brisbane.
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Sampan Travel Aug 31
The Flying Tigers was the nickname of the First American Volunteer Group of the Chinese Air Force in 1941–1942. Flying with Chinese colours but under US command the mission of the Flying Tigers was to attack the Japanese in Burma and on the Chinese border.
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Clark Wade Jan 23
Tonight the Tigers are wearing my all-time favorite uniforms in City Finals.
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Trinity XC Apr 11
On our way to Cali!!! @ San Antonio International Airport
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Craig Smithers Aug 18
Bom bom bom. Love a Melbourne paper when the Tiges win.
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Brand X Tees Aug 22
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Craig Smithers Aug 21
After 4 nights at one Melbourne hotel I awoke at the second hotel for the obligatory 5 am bathroom break and walked into closet - crisis averted and I can work the lights in this hotel room now....
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TSU Athletics Jan 4
The posters are in! Grab your copy on Sunday during the Ed Temple Classic. Field events begin at 9:00 a.m. in Gentry Center.
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