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From next season, the record-breaking surfer flag will be displayed ahead of important home matches at St James' Park, and the smaller banner will now be sent-off to be repaired and will still feature ahead of future games, too.
From next season, the record-breaking surfer flag will be display ahead of important home matches at St James' Park, and the smaller banner will now be sent-off to be repaired and will still feature ahead of future games, too.
"The App Store had a record-breaking holiday week and New Year's Day.
If you like LEGO (r) you'll love the "Making History" pages that use the world's most famous interlocking plastic bricks to illustrate and explain an important record-breaking object - such as the Statue of Liberty or the Apollo mission's Saturn V rocket.
On Friday, Zaman and Imam-ul-Haq's opening partnership of 304 helped Pakistan secure a record-breaking 244 runs victory, making it Pakistan's second-biggest ODI win behind the 255-run win over Ireland in 2015.
'Pero dahil umabot tayo sa 28 consecutive days na walang unloading, na record-breaking po sa kasaysayan ng MRT-3 operations, patunay naman po siguro ito na epektibo ang preventive, remedial at mitigation measures natin sa MRT-3 kontra aberya at perwisyo sa mga pasahero,' she said.
Siva, a high school student from Denpasar, said she came to Berawa Beach to witness the record-breaking attempt as her friend was one of the dancers.
The ADU executed and received the recognition for its record-breaking effort - one of the several initiatives announced as part of its Year of Zayed Strategy 2018 - at a special ceremony at its main campus in the Capital.
On its Twitter account, Downtown Dubai announced: "For everyone to be able to enjoy the full Guinness World Record-breaking #LightUp2018 experience, we will be featuring the full show as scheduled below until Saturday, January 6."
Researchers warned that "it is very likely that continued warming in the region will continue to conspire with El Nino in order to bring more common record-breaking extremes in the future."
In "Aviation Records in the Jet Age: The Planes and Technologies Behind the Breakthroughs" William Flanagan (an experienced aviator and a former crewmember of the triplesonic SR-71 Blackbird) tells of famous record-breaking flights throughout history, focusing on the exciting time following World War II when new speed, altitude, and endurance records were broken on an almost-routine basis.
Traditionally committed to the concept of competition, the company additionally brought out a sensational record-breaking car in the autumn.