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Did it really take until 1990 for "Europe"/UK to switch from glass bottles of milk to cartons?

Q: Did it really take until 1990 for "Europe"/UK to switch from glass bottles of milk to cartons? No. This is all based on flawed premises. Additionally, this is nowhere about anything '...
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Did it really take until 1990 for "Europe"/UK to switch from glass bottles of milk to cartons?

Not sure how the situation in the UK should have much relevance for the rest of a whole continent without (at that time) free trade, but anyway: Both East and West Germany had milk in plastic bags ...
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Did it really take until 1990 for "Europe"/UK to switch from glass bottles of milk to cartons?

At this point, the 94% of UK milk sales in glass bottles was not sold in shops, but rather delivered via a local subscription scheme using fully recyclable containers delivered by electric vehicles. ...
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Were natural resources a primary reason for invading Romania during the middle ages-present?

The statement that the Romanian area was "invaded" many times is hard to contradict. All territories have been more or less "invaded", but taking a look at this area of Europe we ...
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Has there ever been an archbishop or bishop younger than the 16-year-old James of Nicosia?

Although I'm not breaking the records set by other answers, I would add the example of Cesare Borgia who was made bishop while being younger than James of Nicosia, as Cesare Borgia was made bishop of ...
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