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  • ..., New Jersey | other_names = | order = | office =[[Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs]]| term_start =1981 | term_end = 1985| appo ...mmunity Affairs]].<ref name=bio/><ref>{{cite book|title=Fitzergerald's New Jersey Legislative Manual|year=1982}}</ref>
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  • ...States consul, [[Consulate of the United States, Liverpool|in Liverpool]] from 1829 to 1840<ref>{{cite book| title=Congressional Edition| volume=191| page ...State of New Jersey, U.S.A., March 3rd 1783. Died at his Residence in this City, July 4th 1857, aged 74 years, having Served his Country during a Period of
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  • | nationality = [[People of the United States|American]] ...w.alanorr.co.uk/htdocs/articles/imaniinterview.html AN INTERVIEW WITH K1'S NEW CONTENDER IMANI LEE]</ref> His first loss came at the hands of veteran figh
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  • | nationality = [[People of the United States|American]] ...a decision victory over Declan Williams at [[Cage Warriors]] 39 in [[Cork (city)|Cork]], [[Ireland]], on November 27, 2010.
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  • | nationality = [[Brazilian people|Brazilian]] ...eight champion [[Lyman Good]] on November 26, 2011 in [[Atlantic City, New Jersey]] however he was forced to withdraw due to injury.<ref>http://www.bellator.
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  • | people = In the early 1950s, many people were moving into DeKalb County, especially in the vicinity of W. D. Thomson
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  • ...-but-with-pride-and-determination.html|accessdate=16 August 2013|newspaper=New York Times|date=15 July 1994|authorlink=Michael Specter|quote=Like Israel, {{double image|right|Armenianpriestjeruzalem.jpg|150|A Jew from Armenia (Ermakov) BW.jpg|140|An [[Armenian Apostolic|Armenian]] priest in [
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  • | birth_place = [[Weehawken, New Jersey]], USA ...s. He is professionally known as Giuseppe D. He was born in Weehawken, New Jersey on May 25, 1972 to parents Rubi (née Thache), a cosmetologist and former m
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  • | birth_place = [[New Jersey]], [[USA]] | nationality = [[People of the United States|American]]
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  • |align=left|{{flagicon|New Jersey}} [[Atlantic City, New Jersey]], [[United States]] |align=left|{{flagicon|New York}} [[Buffalo, New York]], [[United States]]
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  • ...of Language'' paintings and drawings (over 125 dog breed lithographs drawn from the breed's name). ...5 April 1970, p. 36.</ref> Omaha, Nebraska. Commercially, he moved quickly from the [[Omaha World-Herald|Omaha World Herald]] art department through a succ
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  • | PLACE OF BIRTH = Jersey City, New Jersey [[Category:Living people]]
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  • ...d Against Incumbent in 11th District|accessdate=10 December 2013|newspaper=New York Times|date=9 October 1970}}</ref> He served in the U.S. Army, statione ...d Against Incumbent in 11th District|accessdate=10 December 2013|newspaper=New York Times|date=9 October 1970}}</ref>
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  • ...'' is a former [[United States|American]] [[heavyweight]] [[Boxing|boxer]] from [[Columbus, Ohio]].<ref>{{Boxrec|3042}}</ref> ...ft|{{flagicon|USA}} [[Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino]], [[Atlantic City, New Jersey]]
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  • |birth_place = [[Teaneck, New Jersey|Teaneck]], [[New Jersey]], [[United States|U.S.]] ...s.com/_news/2013/08/13/20011535-cory-booker-wins-democratic-primary-in-new-jersey?lite|newspaper=NBC News|date=August 13, 2013}}</ref><ref name="Pizarro">{{C
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  • ...at the Obama administration's [[We the People (petitioning system)|We the People]] petitioning website in support of a renewed national debate on gun contro == International reactions from world leaders ==
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  • ...acronym for the phrase “you only live once” is attributed to Adam Mesh from the third season of the NBC reality show The Average Joe. ...newsletter, which he pens himself, is received by hundreds of thousands of people per day. Adam has been featured in Fortune Magazine for his uncanny trading
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  • ...cDonough|first=Yona Zeldis|publisher=NYFA Current}}</ref> She has shown in New York, Philadelphia, Honolulu,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.e-flux.com/anno ...r their piece near the entrance of [[MoMA PS1|P.S.1]] during the ''Greater New York'' show in 2005.<ref name=nyfa/><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.artnet.c
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  • ...s. He lost his first amateur match by decision, and won all amateur bouts from then on by first round knockout. |align=left|{{flagicon|New Jersey}} [[Atlantic City, New Jersey]], [[United States]]
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  • ...s and peace movements throughout her life. DC Moore Gallery in New York City represents Kozloff.<ref name="DC Moore Gallery artist page">{{cite web|titl ...tle=The Power of Feminist Art|year=1994|publisher=Harry N. Abrams|location=New York|editor=Norma Broude and Mary D. Garrard|page=126}}</ref>
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