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Patrick Stanley Vaughan Heenan
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Barbara Walters
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Thomas à Kempis
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Ebenezer Scrooge
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David Lange
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Meryl Streep
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Max Geldray
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Jon Stewart
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William Rehnquist
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The Americans (2013 TV series)
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Rush Limbaugh
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George H. W. Bush
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Gaulish language
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May 27th 2017



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Paul S. Walsh
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Nelson Mandela
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Walter Scott
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James I of Scotland
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May 20th 2017



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Pope John Paul II
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