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  1. No violent crimes were reported in New York City on November 28, 2012, possibly for the first time ever. Not a single person was murdered, shot, slashed, or stabbed until 11:20 am the next day. Officials couldn’t remember it ever happening before.

  2. On November 20, 2004, at the annual Harvard–Yale football game Yale students, costumed as a Harvard "pep squad", gave out placards to a section of Harvard fans which, when raised together, read "WE SUCK".

  3. Because President Kennedy had named From Russia with Love among his ten favourite books of all time, producers Broccoli and Saltzman chose this as the second Bond movie. From Russia with Love was the last film Kennedy saw at the White House on 20 November 1963 before going to Dallas.

  4. Mating season for most iguana species lasts from November to March, April. Female lays between 20 and 71 eggs in the nest. Iguana does not provide parental protection and eggs are left on their own.

  5. Mating and calving takes place from November to March. Female gives birth every 3rd year. Pregnancy lasts 11 months and ends with one baby. Baby whale is 20 feet long and weighs 2 to 3 tons at birth. It depends on the mother's milk 6 to 7 months. Young whales reach sexual maturity at the age of 6 to 12 years.

  6. On November 20, 1883, a bunch of drunken cowboys in Kansas fired several shots at three different schools, as well as forcing two different teachers to drink their whiskey

  7. Rainy season in Khao Yai National Park is from May to October each year. The cold season, with average daytime temperatures of 22 degrees Celsius, runs from November to February. The hot season, with average daytime temperatures of 20-30 degrees Celsius, runs from March to April.

  8. Flocks of 20 to 30 little stints migrate toward the wintering grounds in Africa and South Asia from July to November. They return to the breeding areas from mid-May to early June. Immature birds often stay in the wintering grounds all year round.

  9. Mating season of caribou takes place from September to November. Males fight with each other before the most dominant male gets opportunity to mate with females. Winner can mate with 15 to 20 females.

  10. Temperatures in Amboseli National Park range from 20 to 30 degrees Celsius. Between March and April the region experiences longer rains and between November and December the region experiences shorter rains.

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Exactly 30 years ago today, 20 November, 1985, Windows 1.0 was released.

Windows 1.0 was supported for 16 years - From November 20, 1985 to December 31, 2001.

Robert Gates, 36th President of the Boy Scouts of America since May 22, 2014 was Director of Central Intelligence Agency from November 6, 1991 – January 20, 1993.

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