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  • Killing Floor is a cooperative first-person shooter video game developed and published by Tripwire Interactive. It was first released on May 14, 2009, for Microsoft Windows, and subsequently ported to the Apple Mac OS X platform, with a release on May 5, 2010.

  • "Killing Floor" was the first and only single released to promote Bruce Dickinson's fifth solo studio album, The Chemical Wedding. It was released on 1998. The single failed to chart as it was only released in Japan.

  • "Killing Floor" is a song by American blues singer-songwriter and guitarist Howlin' Wolf, featured on his 1966 album The Real Folk Blues.





    1005
  • * March 25 - Malcolm II succeeds Cinaed III as king of Scotland, killing him and his son Giric II of Scotland in the battle of Monzievard.

  • 1000 (one thousand) is the natural number following 999 and preceding 1001.





    1006
  • * A major volcanic eruption of Mount Merapi covers all of central Java with ash.

  • 1000 (one thousand) is the natural number following 999 and preceding 1001.











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Wilson 1005 NCAA Leather Game Football


Wilson 1005 NCAA Leather Game Football



Improved Wilson 899 WE Leather with tanned-in tack and exclusive deep pebble pattern 1005 "small" pattern - easier to grip and throw Now with ACL™ lacing Dual sided lace reinforcers Wilson exclusive Grip Stripes?

The Wilson F1005 NCAA Game Ball is designed for collegiate competitive play and offers a host of features to provide you with the best all-purpose football available. The new, improved 899 WE leather with tanned-in tack and deep pebble design combined with the 1005 small pattern and deep channels provide great gripability. Wilson's advanced Accurate Control Lacing System (ACL) replaces traditional laces with thick, pebbled composite leather laces, providing a softer, more gripable feel which translates to better control. The composite grip stripes ensure that no matter where you grip the ball--even if it's on the stripes--you'll always have control.










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V & T Boxcar # 1005




V & T Boxcar # 1005





Railroad Museum, Carson City, Nevada.

John H, White, Jr., Transportation Curator of the Smithsonian Institution, described No. 1005 as "one of the very oldest American freight cars in existence ..." Originally built at a cost of $800 in 1872 by the Central Pacific Railroad Shops at Sacramento, the outside braced combination boxcar first saw service on the Virginia & Truckee early in 1873.

The choice of this particular type of car, with its open and/or closed style of doors and windows, proved superior very early to transporting not only merchandise, but perishable supplies and livestock. Since the V&T had very little rolling stock of its own, and rented locomotives, passenger and freight cars from the Central Pacific in the first years, it is not surprising that when the need arose for cars that the V&T chose to order them from the CP.

Identified as a combination boxcar, the yellow painted No. 1005 was one of five CP built boxcars that enabled the V&T to carry a multitude of loads. Originally furnished with hazardous link and pin couplers and hand operated brakes, new ICC rules laid down in the late 1890's compelled the V&T to equip the car with a safer type of coupler and Westinghouse air brakes. It was also during this decade the 30,000 lb. capacity car lost the distinctive vented side and end doors when shop crews converted it into a more conventional style.

Because of its restricted carrying capacity, No. 1005 saw limited service after the early 1900's. By 1916, records indicate the 43 year-old boxcar was no longer listed on the roster as the V&T's freight business fell short to warrant upgrading the car. No. 1005 was then detrucked and used as a tool house at Scales for the next 20 years. Then in 1933, to fulfill Paramount Pictures' request for vintage railroad rolling stock for their film epic "Union Pacific," the wooden car body was resurrected, placed on trucks and shipped to the movie location in Utah.











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