Blenheim

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the First Duke of Marlborough and Prince Eugene of Savoy defeated the French in 1704 during the War of the Spanish Succession

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Blindheim was extricated from the truck, and later cited for failure to maintain a lane of travel, police said.
One reason for this is that young people realize that engaging in certain health-risk behaviors may function as a social and visual instrument that symbolizes belonging to a group and thus a means to social interaction (Gibbons & Eggleston, 1996; Jensen, Blindheim, & Nyeng, 2000; Nurius, 1991).
Skre pays generous and deserved tribute to his predecessor at Kaupang, the late Charlotte Blindheim, whose ground-breaking excavations from 1950-74 first uncovered the eponymous kaupangr, a Viking Age harbour and market-place on the western Oslofjord (Vestfold) in Norway.
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On 13 August 1704 the Duke of Marlborough, leading troops from the English, Dutch, Hanoverian and Prussian armies, fought a decisive battle against the French and Bavarians around a small village named Blindheim (Blenheim) on the banks of the River Danube.