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Description: Brusewitz (Gunnar) "Wings and Seasons," "Stockholm, 1980 § Berg (Arnoud B. van den) and others. Die Brutvögel der Schweiz, Aarau, 1962 § Aus Deutschlands Vogelwelt, cigarette cards pasted in, Altona, 1932 § Vara Svenska Fåglar I Ton, set of original 45 rpm records, original cloth box,, the first two plates, the first three original cloth or boards, the fourth original wrappers; and . 5 others, on Birds of Europe, .
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Karl Gunnar Larsson (born 12 May 1951) is a former swimmer from Sweden. He won the 400 metre individual medley event at the 1972 Summer Olympics by two one-thousandths (. 02) of a second over American Tim McKee, breaking the Olympic record. The controversy over the accuracy of such timing was the reason the international swimming rules were subsequently changed, and today swimming times are measured in hundredths of a second.