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  • ...y "[[college rock|college]]"/"[[Indie rock|indie]]" rock, all found on the American "commercial alternative" radio stations of the time such as [[Los Angeles]] ...n common, indie rock was regarded as a British-based term, unlike the more American alternative rock.<ref>Carew, Anthony. [http://altmusic.about.com/od/history
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  • '''Michael Hickins''' (born May 1, 1961) is an American fiction writer, [[journalist]], and news editor. He currently works as an e [[Category:20th-century American novelists]]
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  • ...s Gone, which debuted on SoundCloud receiving positives critics from music journalists<ref>{{cite news|last1=Kioun|first1=Jacks|title=Was 'Gone' Good Enough?|url= ...er released on July 1st, 2014 for free and received positives critics from journalists and fans.
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  • '''Faye Flam''' is an American journalist. She has written for ''Science Magazine'' and wrote two weekly c Flam chose a [[Rankings of universities in the United States| top-ten ranked American university
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  • | nationality = [[United States|American]] ...duced several short books for Haldeman-Julius Publications. Under the same male pseudonym, Shumate became the first woman ever to write for [[Esquire (maga
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  • | gender = male | ethnicity = American of Indonesian (Javanese) and Filipino (Hiligaynon) ancestry
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  • ...such as authors, comedians, actors, doctors, entrepreneurs, MMA fighters, journalists, nutritionists, musicians, pornstars, video game developers and many more i | #092 || March 23, 2011 || [[Jim Norton (American comedian)|Jim Norton]], Brian Redban || Comedian, Radio Personality from [[
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  • ...o edit beyond this point -->'''Baye “Loco in Yokohama” McNeil''' is an American writer, blogger and [[Assistant Language Teacher|assistant language teacher ...Racist'' (published 2012), which traces his life growing up as an African-American in [[Brooklyn]], New York to his experiences in Japan.<ref name="McNeil, Ba
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  • ...st Wanted: The Top 10 Book of Rock & Roll Rebels, Cold War Crises, and All-American Oddities (2006), p.87</ref> Doctors diagnosed liver problems, and Gladys's ...nnie Kirchberg and Marc Hendrickx, ''Elvis Presley, Richard Nixon, and the American Dream'' (1999), p.62.</ref> or that his "list of one-night stands would fil
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  • ...hrough it is forthcoming from [[Penguin Books]]. His father is the Russian-American writer, broadcaster, and cultural critic [[Alexander Genis]]. [[Category:American journalists]]
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  • ...gional-award-winners American Society of Business Publication Editors] and American Business Media, including the coveted [http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Newpor | SHORT DESCRIPTION = American trucking journalist
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  • ...ston Globe articles won a gold [[Lowell Thomas]] award from The Society of American Travel Writers in 2005 for adventure travel article of the year. [5] Mandel ...lar culture. [18] One of the early titles for young children about African-American baseball players from the 1960s, ''Say Hey!'' was followed by several pictu
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  • '''Walter Kelly Ogle''' (born 1962) is an [[United States|American]] television [[news anchor]]. He currently serves as a lead anchor for [[KW ...cob Ogle (born 1961), also {{as of|2018|alt=presently}} work as television journalists in the Oklahoma City market (Kent joined KFOR-TV in 1993 as an assignment r
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  • '''Ahmed Shawki''' is an [[Arab American]] [[Socialism|socialist]] activist and journalist, the editor of the ''[[In | SHORT DESCRIPTION = American journalist
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  • ...which meant that he was of mixed [[Caucasian race|Caucasian]] and African American ancestry. ...veteran of World War I. There were actually at least seventeen other known American World War I veterans who were still alive at the time of Johnson's death, t
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  • '''Paul Louis Street''' (born May 23, 1958) is an American author, historian and political commentator. He is a member of the Internat ...acy, campaign strategy, and [[political philosophy]] and related to modern American political culture.{{citation needed|date=May 2015}}
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  • ...he genetically fragile sex.<ref name=kseb>Kraemer, Sebastian. "The Fragile Male." British Medical Journal (2000): n. pag. British Medical Journal. Web. 20 ...on of the Wartime Secondary Sex Ratio|author=MARIANNE E. BERNSTEIN|journal=American Journal of Human Genetics|volume=10|pages=68–70|year=1958|url=http://www.
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  • ...becca Solnit]] argued that it was "a year of feminist insurrection against male violence" and a "lurch forward" in the [[history of feminism]],<ref name=So ...df Hearing Submission: Jessica Lenahan (Gonzales) v. United States], Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, 27 October 2014. Pages 3, 5, 9&ndash;10. Access
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  • '''Jon Rappoport''' (born April 16, 1938) is an American journalist and author living in [[San Diego]], California with his wife, Dr Appeared in the 2013 documentary American Addict directed by [[Sasha Knezev]].
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  • '''Brad Schreiber''' is an American playwright, screenwriter, author, journalist, essayist, literary consultant | SHORT DESCRIPTION = American journalist
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