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Page Index

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Adjustable Spanner Agatha Christie Air Traffic Control
Airport Aluminium Anaesthetic
Angus Cattle Antibiotics Antiseptic
Aspirin ATM Atomic Clock
Australia Automatic Kettle Automatic watch
Badminton Baking Powder Banksy
Banoffi Pie Bearings Beatles
Beatrix Potter Bicycle Billiards
Blood transfusion Bob Hope Bobsleigh
Bouncing bomb Bovril British Empire
Bungee Jumping
Cambridge Cream Can Carbonated water
Cary Grant Cat Eyes Cataract Surgery
Celluloid Charles Darwin Charlie Chaplin
Cheddar cheese Cheesecake Chicken Tikka Masala
Chocolate Bar Christmas Cracker Christmas Traditions
Cider Cilla Black Cinematography
Cloning Clouds Colgate
Computer Concorde Cowboy
Crème Brulee Cricket Crufts
CT Scan Curling Custard
Cyclonic Vacuum Cleaner
Darts Digital Photography Dinosaur
Disc Brakes DNA DNA Forensics
Electric Car Electric Generator Electric Motor
Electric Toaster Electronic Computer Elevator
Emergency Telephone Number English Bible English Language
Eraser Everest
FAX Fingerprints Fire Extinguisher
Fish and chips Float Glass Football
Four-minute Mile Full Breakfast
Glastonbury Festival Golf Grand Theft Auto
Gravity Greenwich Meridian Guillotine
Guinness Book of World Records
Harrier Jump Jet Harry Potter Heroin
Hip Replacement Hockey HomePage
Horlicks Hose clamp Hovercraft
Hydraulics Hydroelectric Power Hypodermic Syringe
Ice Cream Cone Industrial Revolution Internal Combustion Engine
Internet Intraocular Lens iPod
James Bond Jet airliner Jet Engine
Jigsaw Puzzle Jimi Hendrix Experience
Kaleidoscope KitKat
Lasagne Lava Lamp Lawn Mower
LCD Lever Brothers Life Boat
Light Bulb Linoleum Lithium-ion Battery
Loch Ness Monster Loudspeaker
Made Up By Date Marmalade Marmite
Marshall Amplification Mary Poppins Match
Mayday Meccano Mensa
Microphone Milk of Magnesia Miss World
Modern Farming Modern Olympics Monty Python
Motion Picture Motor Racing Circuit Mousetrap
Movies MRI Scan
National Trust Nature Reserve
Obstetrical Forceps Olivia Newton John Oxygen
PageIndex Paralympic Games Passenger Lift
Patent Leather Paternoster Pay Toilet
Pedestrian Crossing Pencil Petroleum
Photography Phototherapy PIN
Plastic Plastic Surgery Plywood
Pneumatic Tyre Police Pool
Pop Rivet Portland Cement Postage Stamp
Potato Crisp Pound Sterling Powered Flight
Procter Gamble Pub Public Park
Radar Radio Railway
Ray Milland Reflecting Telescope Refrigeration
Refrigerator Reinforced Concrete Richard Burton
Rotating Boat Lift Roundabout Rounders
Rubber Rubber Band Rugby
Safari Park Safety Match Salicylic acid
Saline Drip Salvation Army Sandwich
Scouts Sewing Machine Shakespeare
Shire Horse Short Message Service Silicone
Sinoatrial Node Slavery Abolition SMS
Snooker Soda water Sparkling Wine
Speedfit Split the Atom Sport
Stainless Steel Stan Laurel Steam Engine
Steam Train Steel Stem Cells
Stereo Stevenson Screen Stockings
Stonehenge Suffolk Punch Sunday School
Table Tennis Tank Tarmac
Telegraph Telephone Television
Tennis TextSearch TextSearchExpanded
Theodolite Thermionic Valve Thoroughbred Horse
Thriller Timeline Titanic
Toilet Toothbrush Trouser Press
TV Black and White Kiss
Underground Railway Underwater Tunnel UniLever
USA anthem
Vaccination Vacuum cleaner Vacuum Flask
Vacuum Tube Viagra Vibrator
Webcam Wellington Boot Whisky
Winston Churchill Worcestershire Sauce Workmate

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In History
  • 21 September 1936.
    This month 87 years ago the world lost Frank Hornby
  • 01 September 1976.
    This month 47 years ago the world lost Percy Shaw
  • 10 September 1960.
    This month 63 years ago the world lost Harold Gillies
  • 01 September 1806.
    This month 217 years ago the world lost Edward Nairne
  • 21 September 1836.
    This month 187 years ago the world lost John Stafford Smith
  • 01 September 1846.
    This month 177 years ago the world lost Edwin Beard Budding
  • 25 September 1936.
    This month 87 years ago the world lost William Horlick
  • Christmas Cracker. 200 years ago 18/10/1823 Tom Smith was born
  • 17 September 1877.
    This month 146 years ago the world lost William Henry Fox Talbot
  • 18 September 1938.
    This month 85 years ago the world lost William Fletcher
  • Marshall Amplification. 100 years ago 29/7/1923 Jim Marshall was born
  • 10 September 1938.
    This month 85 years ago the world lost Charles Cruft
  • 18 September 1967.
    This month 56 years ago the world lost John Cockcroft
  • 16 September 1890.
    This month 133 years ago the world lost Louis Le Prince
  • 50 years ago in 1973 The first stable LCD is announced to the world.
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