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  2. Legacy Communities - IBM Community

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    Welcome to the IBM Community Together, we can connect via forums, blogs, files and face-to-face networking. Find your community

  3. Jaws | Jaws Wiki | Fandom

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    Jaws is a 1975 Horror, Suspense, Adventure During a party at the beaches of Amity Island, a young woman named Chrissie Watkins leaves with her boyfriend, who later becomes unconscious and goes skinny dipping. While swimming out towards a near buoy, she is seized and grabbed by something below from surface that thrashes her around. She tries to grab onto the buoy to pull herself up, but the ...

  4. Selena Museum (Corpus Christi) - All You Need to Know BEFORE ...

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    This is a good place to visit. It is a simple place, not too big, but I enjoyed it a lot. I visited the museum after visiting the USS Lexington, 15mins away. It was very much worth the trip. I only know of her two English songs and the American movie, but seeing this museum made me understand the bigger impact she made on Latin music and artists.

  5. Ann Rutledge - Wikipedia

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    Early life. Born near Henderson, Kentucky, Ann Mayes Rutledge was the third of 10 children born to Mary Ann Miller Rutledge and James Rutledge.In 1829, her father, along with John M. Cameron, founded New Salem, Illinois.

  6. Twitpic

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    Dear Twitpic Community - thank you for all the wonderful photos you have taken over the years. We have now placed Twitpic in an archived state.

  7. topcornmovie.com

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  8. Lincoln–Kennedy coincidences urban legend - Wikipedia

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    Claimed coincidences connecting U.S. Presidents Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy are a piece of American folklore of unknown origin. The list of coincidences appeared in the mainstream American press in 1964, a year after the assassination of John F. Kennedy, having appeared prior to that in the GOP Congressional Committee Newsletter.

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