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My baby Kamil is turning

My baby Kamil is turning 3rd today.. makin sholeh, makin pinter, makin segala-galanya ya nak..slalu menjadi kebanggaan ayah ibu dan selalu diberikan kesehatan serta selalu dalam lindungan Allah SWT #kamil #22082017 #3rd

#centralcoast #football c

#centralcoast #football club the #eastgosfordramsfc are having their #golfday next Monday 21st August at @gosfordgolfclub and we as sponsors of this great club are donating the #1st place, #2nd place and #3rd place team #trophies for the event It's a great #golf day with breakfast, #golftrivia and lunch as well as lots of laughs with some great people whilst helping the @eastgosford_rams - - #framingalternative #centralcoastframer #centralcoastbusiness #centralcoastpictureframer #trophy #award #golfers #footballclub #teeoff #trophyshop #centralcoastsports #rams #sponsors #supportlocal #buylocal #rams #eastgosford #

An extract on #3rd

Interval number of three in a musical interval major third, a third spanning four semitones minor third, a third encompassing three half steps, or semitones neutral third, wider than a minor third but narrower than a major third augmented third, an interval of five semitones diminished third, produced by narrowing a minor third by a chromatic semitone Third (chord), chord member a third above the root Degree (music), three away from tonic mediant, third degree of the diatonic scale submediant, sixth degree of the diatonic scale three steps below the tonic chromatic mediant, chromatic relationship by thirds ladder of thirds, similar to the circle of fifths

Third/Sister Lovers, a 1974 album by Big Star Third (Soft Machine album), 1970 Third (Portishead album), 2008 Third, a 2017 album by Cait Brennan 3rd (The Rasmus EP), 1996 3rd (The Baseball Project album), released by The Baseball Project in 2014 Thirds, a 1971 album by the James Gang

Third (play), a 2005 work by Wendy Wasserstein Third (curling), a curling position Thirds, third-born children in the 1985 novel Ender's Game Third World, economically underdeveloped nations Third-class degree, a type of British undergraduate degree classification Third (angle), in astronomy and cartography, a 60th of a second, a 3600th of a minute, a 216,000th of a degree

The regiment was first raised by Thomas Hickman-Windsor, 1st Earl of Plymouth as the Earl of Plymouth's Regiment of Horse in 1685 as part of the response to the Monmouth Rebellion, by the regimenting of various independent troops, and was ranked as the 4th Regiment of Horse. The regiment saw action at the Battle of Schellenberg in July 1704, the Battle of Blenheim in August 1704, the Battle of Ramillies in May 1706, the Battle of Oudenarde in July 1708 and the Battle of Malplaquet in September 1709 during the War of the Spanish Succession. In 1746 it was ranked as the 3rd Dragoon Guards, and formally titled in 1751 as the 3rd Regiment of Dragoon Guards. Shortly thereafter, in 1765, it took the title 3rd (Prince of Wales's) Dragoon Guards, for the future George IV. It took part in the suppression of the Bristol riots in 1831 and, after service in India, took part in the British Expedition to Abyssinia in 1868. The regiment was employed chasing the elusive General Christiaan de Wet in spring 1901 during the Second Boer War. The regiment, which was in Cairo at the start of First World War, landed in France as part of the 6th Cavalry Brigade in the 3rd Cavalry Division in October 1914 for service on the Western Front where it fought at the First Battle of Ypres in October 1914, the Second Battle of Ypres in April 1915 and the Battle of Cambrai in November 1917. It retitled as 3rd Dragoon Guards (Prince of Wales's) in 1921, and was amalgamated with the 6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) to form the 3rd/6th Dragoon Guards the following year.

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