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  • ...poet from [[Chicago, Illinois|Chicago]], [[Illinois]]. Peterson graduated from the [[University of Chicago]].<ref>{{cite web|title=University of Chicago N From 1992-1998, he published the [[zine]] [http://www.storyhead.com/2000/index.h
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  • {{Article for deletion/dated|page=List of Academy Award winners and nominees from Commonwealth countries|timestamp=20140308194223|year=2014|month=March|day=8 ...use only: {{Old AfD multi|page=List of Academy Award winners and nominees from Commonwealth countries|date=8 March 2014|result='''keep'''}} -->
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  • ...he following: "The press shall publish scholarly and creative works on and from West Virginia and the Appalachian Region . . .Through the publication of al ...rints of classics like Charles Henry Ambler’s ''Sectionalism in Virginia from 1776-1861." West Virginia’s landscape is made visible to all in books su
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  • |birth_place = [[Oak Park]], [[Illinois]], [[United States of America]] | PLACE OF BIRTH = Oak Park, Illinois, United States of America
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  • ...y.<ref>Bloom, Harold (2006). ''Bloom's Modern Critical Views: Contemporary Poets.'' Bloom's Literary Criticism, Infobase Publishing, pp.1-3.</ref> Three of these leading poets died within 4 years of the completion of the last century. These were James
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  • ...other Masters in Business specializing in Marketing/International Business from the Zicklin School of Business at [[Baruch College]] in 2005.{{citation nee ...nd Drama|date=2001|publisher=University of Illinois Press|location=Urbana, Illinois|isbn=978-0-252-02676-8|pages=193-194|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=
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  • ...orn '''Duane Leslie Branson''') is a writer and filmmaker born in Chicago, Illinois on February 3, 1959, on the day popularly known as [[The Day the Music Died ...west, before finally settling near Springtown, Texas in 1971. He graduated from neighboring Poolville High School in 1977<ref name=WD/> and briefly attende
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  • ...ement]] and whose main artistic focus is [[collage]] where artwork is made from an assemblage of different forms, thus creating a new whole. ...and Paper from [[Columbia College Chicago]] and is based in [[Chicago]], [[Illinois]].<ref name="krista"/><ref name="superuser">{{cite web|url=http://www.blanc
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  • ...en name of Karen Blixen), [[Kafka]], [[Calvino]] and others as well as the poets [[Yeats]] and [[Keats]]. [[Category:People from Texas]]
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  • ...and words vividly express the beauty, power and spirit of nature, as seen from the perspective of Celtic tradition. - Dirty Linen Magazine Book Review Jul ...s so many concepts: dialectic, recursion, spanning layer, e pluribus unum (from diversity unity), symbiosis and speciation, asymmetry, complexity (braiding
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  • | birth_place = [[Hinsdale]], [[Illinois]], [[United States]] ...ttp://www.huffingtonpost.com/marisa-sanfilippo/tbd_3_b_14584572.html|title=From Poem to Children's Book - My Darling Child Shiloh by Aaron Ozee|first=Maris
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  • ...ation.org">{{cite web|url=https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems-and-poets/poets/detail/tonya-foster|title=Tonya Foster|date=30 March 2017|website=Poetryfou She earned a BA from [[Newcomb College]], [[Tulane University]], and an MFA from the [[University of Houston]].<ref name="poetryfoundation.org"/>
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  • ===Artists, poets and writers=== ...ding]], general who later served as chief of the [[National Guard Bureau]] from 1936 to 1940
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  • ...واجہ ریاض الدین عطش ] was a noted [[Urdu]] poet and writer from Pakistan. He wrote [[ghazal]]s, [[nazm]]s and [[hamd]]-o-[[na`at]] and auth ...y family hailing from Delhi and Azimabad, Bihar. He started writing poetry from an early age. He participated actively in 'mushairas' and literary sittings
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  • Eugenia Leigh graduated from [[Sarah Lawrence College]].<ref name=FourWaysBooks>{{cite web |url=https:// ...gh's alternation between the self and the world outside prevents the poems from being "too uncomfortably personal".<ref name="Beers 2016"/>
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  • ...in Illinois and not continued west was that he had care of the sick coming from Kirtland. He energetically preached the gospel in Carthage and felt he won ...on Rugh, "Conflict in the Countryside: The Mormon Settlement at Macedonia, Illinois" in ''Brigham Young University Studies'', Vol. 32, no. 1 (Winter 1991), p.
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  • | birth_place = [[Chicago, Illinois]], U.S. '''Gerina Dunwich''' (born December 27, 1959, [[Illinois]], United States) is a professional [[astrology|astrologer]], [[occult]] hi
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  • ...presented by Greg and Sharon Ross. Each episode presents a curious subject from history, as well as a lateral thinking puzzle. |ShortSummary=[[Lillian Alling]]'s trek from New York City to Russia, more on the messenger dogs of Paris, the importanc
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  • ...=June 2019|reason=The information here is very specific, and would benefit from an expert in this area to confirm some of the claims in this article.}} ...ussolo's interest in the [[occult]], which is present in his compositions: from his "printmaking and paintings" to his theoretical works on music.{{sfnm|Ch
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  • | birth_place = [[Chicago]], Illinois ...ulien''', is an American poet and short-story writer. He lives in Chicago, Illinois. Julien's stories, poetry, and essays have been published in [[n+1]], Thoug
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