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Author: Guinness World Records Limited
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ISBN: 9780851128856
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Lost Cities Of North Central America

Author: David Hatcher Childress
Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press
ISBN: 9780932813091
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"I'm in there because I own the world's largest tow truck! Yessir, I built it myself. It's
the largest wrecker in the world." "Orley built it himself," repeated Betty. Orley than
showed me his business card. On it was a color photo of a huge tow-truck with
the words Guinness Book of Worid Records underneath it. "My wrecker weighs
22 tons and is 36 feet long. It'll pick up a railway locomotive. Yessir. I've been in
the Guinness Book of World Records since 1987!" He was obviously proud of his
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The Mark Of The Scots

Author: Duncan A. Bruce
Publisher: Citadel
ISBN: 080653768X
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60 Bowes. 61 Guinness Book of World Records (1987), (hereafter cited as
Guinness [1987]), p. 227; Bowes, quoted in the Watertown, Connecticut Times,
16 Jun 1983, p. 2. 62 J. Thomson, Highlander, May/Jun 1983, p. 36. 63
MacKenzie, p. 58; McCulloch, p. 166. 64 CES, p. 800. 65 CES, p. 896. 66 Black,
Surnames, p. 747; EB, vol. 18, p. 1106; EB, vol. 21, p. 213; WA, p. 817. 67 Hanna,
vol. 1, p. 135; EB, vol. 6, p. 450. 68 CES, p. 309. 69 Ross, p. 196; National
Geographic, Jun 1987, p.

New Jump Swing Healthy Aging Athletic Nutrition Program

Author: Donald Thomas
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1462884261
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With the advent of carbohydrate—loading parties prior to marathon—running
events during the 1980s, my use of the after—dinner speech category within the
Guinness World Records was a natural tie—in for my program of sports nutrition
and ... My first attempt at this Guinness record was in 1982, several days before
the Ironman World Triathlon on the island of Hawaii. Being the ... 1986 and 1987
editions of the Guinness World Records, then known as The Guinness Book of
Records.