Nuzha M Coyle

(1905 - 1996)

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Nuzha M Coyle
1905 - 1996
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July 9, 1905
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November 2, 1996
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Seattle, King County, Washington 98118
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Nuzha M Coyle was born on July 9, 1905. Nuzha died on November 2, 1996 at 91 years of age. We know that Nuzha M Coyle had been residing in Seattle, King County, Washington 98118.
Updated: February 06, 2019
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Nuzha M Coyle passed away on November 2, 1996 at 91 years of age. Nuzha was born on July 9, 1905. There is no information about Nuzha's family. We know that Nuzha M Coyle had been residing in Seattle, King County, Washington 98118.

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In 1905, in the year that Nuzha M Coyle was born, the first movie theater opened in the United States in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was the first theater to show nothing but movies - silent films. Two men, John P. Harris and his brother-in-law Harry Davis, opened the Nickelodeon on Smithfield Street - charging 5 cents for admission. The first day, 450 people watched movies at the new theater - on the second day, more than 1500 people stood in line to get in.

In 1920, at the age of merely 15 years old, Nuzha was alive when on November 2, radio station KDKA began broadcasting in Pittsburgh, PA. This was the first commercial radio broadcast in the United States. Westinghouse, a leading manufacturer of radios and the backer of the station, chose the date because of the Presidential election. People liked it because they could hear about the results of the election between Harding and Cox before the morning papers arrived. Four years later, there were 600 commercial stations broadcasting in the U.S.

In 1979, at the age of 74 years old, Nuzha was alive when on March 28th, a partial nuclear meltdown occurred at the power plant at Three Mile Island Pennsylvania. Radiation leaked into the environment, resulting in a rating of 5 on a scale of 7 ("Accident With Wider Consequences") . It ended up costing $1 billion to clean up the site.

In 1984, when this person was 79 years old, due to outrage about "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" (it seemed too "dark" to many and it was rated PG), a new rating was devised - PG-13. The first film rated PG-13 was "Red Dawn".

In 1996, in the year of Nuzha M Coyle's passing, on July 5th, the first cloned mammal - "Dolly the Sheep" - was born in Scotland. She had three mothers. Dolly lived to be 6 years old and produced 6 lambs. Since, other sheep have been cloned as well as horses, pigs, deer, and bulls.

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