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fairy wiki:
>For other uses, see fairy (disambiguation). A fairy is a spirit (supernatural being) found in the legends, folklore, and mythology of many cultures. They are generally humanoid in form, though of a higher, spiritual nature and so possessed of preternatural abilities. They are often depicted with wings and an ethereal glow, lithe and beautiful. They are also regarded as aloof, ephemeral, mercurial, puerile and whimsical, among other qualities that place them outside of a human scope and have a tendency to make them associated or confused with other mythological creatures. See more at Wikipedia.org...

Look wiki:
[ablished at Nevers, France in 1951, was originally a ski equipment manufacturer. In the 1980s they pioneered the use of "clipless pedals" for cycling applications, based on the equipment originally developed for ski binding. Essentially they used a spring-loaded device on the top of the pedal to hold a "cleat" which is bolted to the soles of a cycling shoe, requiring the user to twist their foot to force the device to release the hold. This is an improvement to the prior method which is to use clips to bind one's foot onto the pedal, and was touted as a safety improvement, called "pedales automatique" as it was easier to release. See more at Wikipedia.org...]

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