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278 279 280 281 - 282 - 283 284 285 286
250s 260s 270s - 280s - 290s 300s 310s
2nd century - 3rd century - 4th century


  • Carus becomes Roman emperor
  • A new city was constructed in Fuzhou slightly south of the original city Ye. The Main Street of the city remains unchanged since that time.



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LST 282 Sunk by German Glider Bomb (1204 words)
LST 282 proceeded toward Green Beach at standard speed on course 041 true.
Boats standing by were the LST 282 LCVP numbers one and two, six LCVPs from the LST 283, at least one LCVP from the LST 50, several LCVPs from the LST 491, and one U.S. Navy tug which remained well off.
It is again desired to emphasize the fact that from all reports the crew of the LST 282 conducted themselves in conformity with the highest traditions of the Naval Service.
(Comp 110/182/282) (1152 words)
For Comp 182 and 282 weak programming skills were noted as a cause of frustration for both the instructor and the students.
It was mentioned by one of the Comp 282 instructors that the quality of students has risen slightly since the change.
Note that in many cases (particularly with respect to Comp 282) reviewing a topic from a previous course prior to covering the more advanced version is necessary (e.g.
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