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Ann Coulter
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Ann Hart
Weaver Hart (born 1948), university president of Temple University Ann Hart Coulter (born 1961), American lawyer, conservative social and political commentator
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Nathaniel G. S. Hart
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Dancing with the Stars (U.S. season 13)
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