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2005-07-24 10:02:37

LONDON (Reuters) - The relatives of the London bombing victims were shown on Sunday the places where their loved ones perished or were maimed in the July 7 attacks which claimed 52 lives and wounded hundreds. Police took family members to two underground stations targeted by the suspected suicide bombers and to the central London square where a bomb exploded on a double-decker bus. The Aldgate and Edgware Road underground stations were open for flowers and other tributes to be left, but...

2005-07-11 06:23:33

LONDON (Reuters) - The first two victims of last week's London bombings were formally identified on Monday. Susan Levy, 53, a mother-of-two from Hertfordshire, north of London, was named by police while University College London (UCL) said its employee Gladys Wundowa had also been killed. Levy was on the Piccadilly line train that was hit between Russell Square and Kings Cross last Thursday. She had traveled to central London with her son James, 23, but they parted at Finsbury Park. "We...


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holluschickie
  • A 'bachelor seal'; a young male seal which is prevented from mating by its herd's older males (mated bulls defending their territory).
This comes from the Russian word for 'bachelors.'
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