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  3. Eastside High School (Paterson, New Jersey) - Wikipedia

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    Henry Taub (1927-2011), businessman and philanthropist who co-founded ADP. Joe Taub (1929-2017), businessman who joined his brother Henry Taub and Frank Lautenberg in building the payroll company Automatic Data Processing and later was part of an investment group that acquired the New Jersey Nets.

  4. Charlie Hebdo shooting - Wikipedia

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    The list included Stéphane Charbonnier (mentioned above in this article as Charlie Hebdo editor who died in this shooting) and others whom AQAP accused of insulting Islam. [73] [74] On 9 January, AQAP claimed responsibility for the attack in a speech from AQAP's top Shariah cleric Harith bin Ghazi al-Nadhari , citing the motive as "revenge for ...

  5. House (season 5) - Wikipedia

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    The fifth season of House, also known as House, M.D., premiered September 16, 2008 and ended May 11, 2009. It began to air in a new time slot from September to December: Tuesday 8:00 pm. Starting January 19, 2009, House moved to Mondays at 8:00 pm.

  6. Jim Lampley - Wikipedia

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    In 1992, he won the Sam Taub Award for excellence in boxing broadcasting journalism. For his participation in the Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel HBO series, Lampley earned three Emmy awards. [clarification needed] [citation needed] Lampley was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in its 2015 class. Life outside sports

  7. Viveca Lindfors - Wikipedia

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    Among her later film roles, perhaps the most memorable is the kindly and worldly wise Professor Taub in The Sure Thing (1985). [citation needed] In the last years of her life, she taught acting at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, and had a lead role (essentially playing herself) in Henry Jaglom's Last Summer in the Hamptons (1995).

  8. Murder of Sarah Everard - Wikipedia

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    Background. Sarah Everard was born in Surrey in June 1987. She grew up in York, where she attended Fulford School. She studied Human Geography at St Cuthbert's Society, Durham University, from 2005 to 2008.

  9. Matthew Hale (jurist) - Wikipedia

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    The male line of his family died out in 1784 with the death of Matthew Hale, his great grandson; also a barrister. Personal life. In 1642 Hale married Anne Moore, the daughter of Sir Henry Moore, a Royalist soldier, and the granddaughter of Sir Francis Moore, a Serjeant-at-Law under James I.

  10. Philip Caldwell - Wikipedia

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    Philip Caldwell (January 27, 1920 – July 10, 2013) was the first person to run the Ford Motor Company (after John S. Gray) who was not a member of the Ford family.He orchestrated one of the most dramatically successful turnarounds in business history.

  11. List of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty ...

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    The leading cause of death for 2021 was COVID-19 at 454 deaths followed by gunfire at 64 deaths. 58 officers died in vehicle-related deaths (vehicular homicide, struck by vehicle while on-duty, automobile crash during pursuit). The state with the highest amount of line of duty deaths was Texas with 107 followed by Florida with 60.

  12. Shamrock Hotel - Wikipedia

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    The Shamrock was a hotel constructed between 1946 and 1949 by wildcatter Glenn McCarthy southwest of downtown Houston, Texas next to the Texas Medical Center.It was the largest hotel built in the United States during the 1940s.