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the distance wind blows over open water or waves move without obstruction.
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Important relics associated with Rizal fetched high prices in the auction last Dec.
Tokyo: A single pair of premium melons fetched an eye-watering $12,400 (1.
The posters, which depicted views including Beaumaris and Llandudno, fetched hundreds of pounds when they went under the hammer at GW Railwayana
A lock of Mick Jagger's hair has fetched PS4000 at auction - more than four times the amount raised by a clump of bandmate Keith Richards's mop.
A MOTORBIKE won with a 5p raffle ticket 41 years ago yesterday fetched nearly PS60,000 at auction.
The savings or the SB account, which fetched account holders a measly 4%, was the last bastion of administered pricing imposed by the banking regulator and sets the stage for competition among banks to attract more deposits by offering attractive interest rates to consumers.
The price, which includes the buyer's premium of 15%, was the highest fetched in the 88-lot sale of Ms Halliwell's Spice Girl wardrobe, the proceeds of which will go to the Sergeant Cancer Care for Children charity.
Summary: One of Margaret Thatcher's handbags fetched Au25,000 in an auction by Lord Archer.
1966 final, fetched pounds A 1966 World Cup winners' medal belonging to England player Nobby Stiles has been bought for a record-breaking sum by his former club.
Washington, June 28 (ANI): Hollywood legend Marilyn Monroe's chest x-ray has fetched 45000 dollars at auction.
DOCTOR Who's Tardis has gone for an out-ofthis-world price - after it fetched more than pounds 10,000 at auction.
Differentials fetched for the August cargoes were between a discount of $7.