A Heinlein Concordance

created by M. E. Cowan

Robert A Heinlein

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From the stories:   A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W XYZ
From the real world:  
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A Heinlein Concordance 2004 M.E.Cowan

RMS Queen Mary
Luxury ocean liner launched by the Cunard Line in 1936. It was named in honor of Queen Mary, consort of King George V of England. She was used as a troop ship during World War II, then resumed service as a passenger liner after the war. Her final ocean voyage was in 1967; she was docked in Long Beach, California, and is now a hotel, with shops and restaurants among her amenities.
(The Rolling Stones)

Quito, Ecuador
(Villa de San Francisco de Quito) Capital of Ecuador, in Pichincha province on the lower slopes of the volcano Pichincha just south of the Equator. The city was the ancient seat of the kingdom of Quitu. It became part of the Incan empire in 1487 CE. The Spanish conquistadores occupied the city in 1534. Quito was named the national capital when Ecuador became an independent country in 1830.



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