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Houdini

A computer chip compatible with both IBM and Apple computers. A Houdini helps facilitate business between companies (or persons within a company) using different types of computers.
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Houdini remained in the hospital for a week where he had two operations to repair his ruptured appendix.
I suppose, in fact, that I was fairly near the cracking point when Houdini offered me the solution of the mystery.
A few days after his Castle Keep stunt, on April 30, 1920, a "large crowd" of spectators was left disappointed when Houdini failed to climb the spire of St Nicholas' Cathedral at 5.
Houdini kept quiet but months later stated in an article he had yet to validate any medium's claims.
The Buried Alive challenge, which takes place in March, is one that Houdini failed to meet, says Antony.
He was an inventor, an escape artist, and he gave back to society in so many ways,'' said Dorothy Dietrich, a magician who runs a Houdini museum in Scranton, Pa.
Houdini loved Newport and Newport loved him," said local lad Daniel Llewellyn-Williams, writer and star of the acclaimed one-man show A Regular Little Houdini.
They have achieved something worthy of the great Houdini himself.
Bringing a personality such as Harry Houdini to lite is no easy feat, but Redhill does it well.
Harry Houdini escaped death time and time again, only to die of peritonitis and a ruptured appendix at 52 in 1926.
in March 1904, e Daily Mirror threw down the gauntlet to Houdini, then at the height of his fame, to free himself from the contraption.
This plug-in offers animation and game studios deep consolidaion of Houdini s procedural technology into Maya scenes and pipelines.