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<i>Magnum Force</i> 1973 film

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<span class="mw-page-title-main">Shannon Briggs</span> American boxer and actor

Shannon Briggs is an American former professional boxer. He is a two-time heavyweight champion, having held the lineal heavyweight championship from 1997 to 1998, and the WBO title from 2006 to 2007. Briggs is known for his formidable punching power and aggression, possessing an 88.3% knockout-to-win percentage with 37 knockout wins in the first round. Undisputed heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis stated in 2015 that Briggs had the fastest hands and best punching power of any opponent he ever faced. He holds notable wins over heavyweight champions George Foreman, Ray Mercer and Siarhei Liakhovich.

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<i>So It Goes</i> (Perry Como album) 1983 studio album by Perry Como

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Amy Ruth Briggs is an American video game implementor known for creating Plundered Hearts, an interactive fiction computer game published by Infocom in 1987.

<i>The Archives Vol. 1 1963–1972</i> 2009 box set by Neil Young

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<span class="mw-page-title-main">Jamie Briggs</span> Australian politician

Jamie Edward Briggs is a former Australian politician, who represented the House of Representatives seat of Mayo for the Liberal Party of Australia from the 2008 Mayo by-election to the 2 July 2016 federal election. Briggs was promoted from a shadow parliamentary secretary role to the outer ministry upon the 2013 election of the Abbott Government. He remained in the outer ministry, though with a change in portfolio in the Turnbull Government; however, he quit the ministry and moved to the backbench in late 2015 following inappropriate conduct during an official overseas trip. Briggs lost his seat in the 2016 federal election to Nick Xenophon Team candidate Rebekha Sharkie.

Dave Briggs is an American television journalist.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Tim Briggs (politician)</span> American politician

Timothy P. Briggs is an American lawyer who serves as a Democratic member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, representing the 149th District since 2009.

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<i>Contraband</i> (2012 film) 2012 American action thriller film by Baltasar Kormákur

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<span class="mw-page-title-main">Briggs (rapper)</span> Australian rapper

Adam Briggs, who performs as Briggs and self-describes as Senator Briggs, is an Indigenous Australian rapper, record label owner, comedy writer, actor, and author. Briggs became well known as a "solo rapper", signing with Golden Era Records in 2009, before co-founding the hip hop duo A.B. Original in 2016.

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<i>Neil Young Archives Volume II: 1972–1976</i> 2020 box set by Neil Young

Neil Young Archives Volume II: 1972–1976 is a 10-CD box set from American-Canadian folk rock musician Neil Young that was initially released in a limited deluxe box set on November 20, 2020. The release is the second box set in his Neil Young Archives series, following 2009's The Archives Vol. 1 1963–1972, and covers a three-and-a-half-year period from 1972–1976. The track list was officially announced on the Neil Young Archives site on September 20, 2020, with the first single, "Come Along and Say You Will", being posted to the site as the Song of the Day on October 14. The set then went up for pre-order on October 16, 2020 as an exclusive release to his online store, with only 3,000 copies being initially made available worldwide. After selling out the following day, Young announced several weeks later that a general retail version, as well as a second pressing of the deluxe box set, is expected to be released to market on March 5th, 2021. This was followed by the release of a second single, "Homefires", on October 21, and a third, an alternate version of "Powderfinger", on November 3.