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Making History is the third novel by Stephen Fry. The plot involves the creation of an alternative historical time line, one where Adolf Hitler never existed. While most of the book is written in standard prose, a couple of chapters are written in the format of a screenplay. The chapters with this style of writing tend to be action-heavy and allow a lot of information to be shared in a relatively short space of time. The book won the Sidewise Award for Alternate History.
The numerical value of making history in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of making history in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
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Aardman is excited to be joining ESA in making history by launching the first 'sheep' into space, as one of the first astronauts to fly on an Artemis mission, Shaun is leading the way in lunar exploration, a great honor for our woolly adventurer!
For so many years, I defined Serena Williams in just one way : by success, by championships, by making history. And then, all of the sudden, my life changed forever, it wasn't part of any plan to have this happen, not while I was still on top. But two years ago, I met this man, almost out of nowhere. We fell in love.
To be able to kind of live out and see Patrick Mahomes making history in sports in real time, in my lifetime, that actually means something.
The restoration of PT-305, like all museum restoration projects, is aimed at making history accessible to today’s audiences in as detailed and authentic a way possible.
I thank Raul, because he is making history. With all that he has done in less than five years of his government, he has made a huge change in society.
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