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Answered: What was Billy the Kid's last name?

Billy the Kid, also known as William Henry McCarty, Henry Antrim and William H. Bonney (allegedly November 23, 1859[1] – c. July 14, 1881) was a 19th-century American frontier outlaw and gunman who participated in the Lincoln County War . According to legend, he killed 21 men,[2] but he is ...

Answered: Horseback Riding Classes?

When my Son was young I always sent him to Summer Camp, I made sure that one of the activities always included Riding. My Dad had belonged to the Saddle Club and had a few Beauties, that was many years back. It's never to late. Sweet G About how much do lessons cost? - Yahoo! Answers Mar 6 ...

Answered: Powered Ride for Toddlers?

No. Christmas at our home when we were kids was sparse in the gift department, we could not afford, things, but the fun that we had and the laughter we shared, was priceless.

Answered: What are some riding toys and pedal toys that are best to prepare a

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Answered: What was the most expensive photo ever sold?

This is a list of the highest prices paid for photographs (in US dollars unless otherwise stated). 1. Cindy Sherman, Untitled #96 (1981), $3,890,500, May 2011, Christie's New York. 2. Andreas Gursky, 99 Cent II Diptychon (2001), $3,346,456, February 2007, Sotheby's London auction. A second print ...

Answered: What would happen if appeals was eliminated from the system as a whole

I assume you mean appeals in criminal trials. Disaster would happen. Procedural errors are made in trials that have nothing to do with the guilt or non guilt of the person being tried but can bias a trial so badly that it must be held again. New evidence, or a counter to evidence ...
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