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1961 – Edson was born in Washington, D.C., on July 4th. 1983 – Graduated as magna cum laude from Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts. 1991 – She returned to graduate school at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.          – She began to write Wit, a year before receiving her master’s degree in English literature ..

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1958 – Born on October 23rd in Detroit, Michigan. Michael Eric Dyson is a professor of communication studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is also the director of the Institute of African-American Research at UNC. 1992 – Married his wife Marcia Louise on June 24th. 1994 – He taught at ..

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1200 – He was born on the 19th day of January this year into a noble family.   1213 – He was affected by this early glimpse of impermanence and faced with the possibility of a career as part of the aristocratic Fujiwara family, he decided to become a monk.   1221 – His teacher ..

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  " Fotógrafo " Pará USAR SUAS FERRAMENTAS de câmeras, Lentes e Luzes .- "Os Fotógrafos São empregadas in muitas temperatura e Empresas UMA variedade de Especialidades . "Um Fotógrafo PoDE Fazer UMA Carreira de tirar Casamentos fotos em. Outro PoDE hum in trabalhar Laboratório tirar fotos Científico atraves microscópicos hum de . "A maioria ..

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1899 – He was born on the 13th day of June of this year.   1916 – He and his friends started a cultural journal, Gladios, and this led to Chávez joining the staff of Mexico City’s newspaper El Universal in 1924.   1922 – He married Otilia Ortiz and they went on honeymoon to ..

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1981 – Born on November 25th in Dallas, Texas. American daughter of George W. Bush and Laura Bush.          – Younger twin sister of Barbara Bush. She was delivered second. 2000-2004 – Attended the University of Texas at Austin graduating with a BA in English.          – She was charged and fined for ..

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1829 – Born on the 21st of December. 1837 – She was brought to the Perkins School for the Blind in October, age 7, by Samuel Gridley Howe, the director of the school. 1842 – Charles Dickens visited the school and impressed by Bridgman’s successful education, wrote about her in his American Notes. 1889 – ..

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1835 – Born on the 19th of August in near Hartford, Ohio.        – He graduated with a teacher’s certificate from the Hartford Academy. 1855 – Moved to Wayne County, Missouri at age 20.        – He moved to the western portion of the Utah Territory, part of present day western Nevada, where he taught ..

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1866 – Born on April 4th in Providence, Rhode Islands. The teacher of some of the most notable American dramatists, among them Eugene O’Neill, Philip Barry, Sidney Howard, and S.N. Behrman. Emphasizing creative individuality and practical construction (he guided students’ plays through workshop performances), Baker fostered an imaginative realism. 1887 – Graduated from Harvard University. ..

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US abolitionist and suffragist   with Elizabeth Cady Stanton, co-published weekly suffragist journal "The Revolution" 1868-1870   led group of women to polls in Rochester, New York, 1872, to test women’s right to vote, but stopped and arrested     attempted to vote in municipal election 1873, but arrested, tried, and convicted for violating voting ..

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