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  • ...o-kart champion and captain of her high school golf team. Shelby graduated from [[Buffalo Seminary]] in 2010. She currently attends [[Marist College]] in [ ...l.go.com/ktrk/story?section=resources&id=7267951|title=Winter Driving Tips from "The Teen Car Coach"|publisher=ABCLocal.go.com}}</ref>
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  • ...was derided by critics and fans, was plagued by reduced production budgets from NBC, and was scheduled in the so-called [[Friday night death slot]] which r {{quote|you saw fewer outdoor location shots, for example. Top writers, top guest stars, top anything you needed was harder to come by. Thus, Star
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  • ...uth=0&type=summary&url=/journals/mln/v110/110.4br_cohen.html] Anti-Mimesis from Plato to Hitchcock by Michael Szalay</ref> ...om the [[University of Chicago]] in [[Comparative Literature]] and a Ph.D. from [[Yale University]] in Comparative Literature. Thus Cohen’s work began in
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  • ...rning Home. Sex Game. The Lonely Girl, Stories From Wrigley. He grew up in Chicago and East Texas. His education is in History, Literature, Psychology, and Re ...rved for over a year until a training accident caused him to be discharged from the military. He briefly served as a teacher in the public school system bu
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  • ...and [[Docutech|print]] [[literary magazine|poetry journal]] published in [[Chicago]] by the poetry cooperative A Small Garlic Press since March 8, 1996.<ref n ...he content is contemporary non-[[haiku]] English-language poetry submitted from across the world. There is one special haiku issue, guest-edited by Jen Jen
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  • ...ted from the [[University of Chicago]].<ref>{{cite web|title=University of Chicago News|url=http://mag.uchicago.edu/university-news/releases-0}}</ref> From 1992-1998, he published the [[zine]] [http://www.storyhead.com/2000/index.h
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  • ...negger's son with housekeeper born days after Shriver gave birth|publisher=Chicago Tribune}}</ref> ...1438 ''Rock What You've Got: Secrets to Loving Your Inner and Outer Beauty from Someone Who's Been There and Back''] at [[Amazon.com]], accessed January 4,
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  • ...or]] from the [[University of Virginia Law School]] in 1991, and a [[PhD]] from [[Johns Hopkins University]] in 1997.[http://www.polisci.uconn.edu/people/f ...ics and the Selection of Supreme Court Nominees'', (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1999) (ISBN 0-226-94545-6). The book was the winner of the [[America
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  • ...o which he came to light in the world of football. Despite the invitations from various famous clubs, Shaqiri decided not to leave Basel. On January the 2n ...hird match, which helped him to become an undisputed starter for the club. From 2008 to 2010 Granit appeared in 37 matches and scored 11 goals for the U-21
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  • ...and photographers, in 2013 the music magazine features over 30 journalists from all over the world. The content published by the magazine consists of [[mus * [http://chicago.unratedmagaizne.com UnRated Magazine – Chicago]
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  • |quote= “The Peanuts Collection: Treasures from the World’s Most Beloved Comic Strip” by Nat Gertler (Little, Brown) }}</ref> the ''[[Chicago Sun-Times]]'' described it as a "slipcovered museum collection" filled with
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  • |writers = Puerto Rican school children ...] children's character. For centuries, these folk stories have been passed from generation to generation amongst Puerto Rican schoolchildren, and the Juan
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  • [[Category:American writers of Korean descent]] [[Category:American feminist writers]]
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  • ...istically manipulated such as "Chillin' On Planet Venus" which was derived from a b + w image of Venus taken with sonar imaging to penetrate Venus's dense ...General John Ashcroft was mentioned in a January 27, 2006 article in the [[Chicago Tribune]] about a group show on censorship at The Art House in Oak Park, Il
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  • | writers = [[Jason Pearson]] ...series starring [[the Savage Dragon]], created by [[Erik Larsen]]. It ran from March 1995 to April 1995. Chronologically, it takes place in between the en
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  • ...w"/> The company's first film, ''The Freak Next Door'', was shown at the [[Chicago International Children's Film Festival]].<ref>http://www.cicff.org/bin/file [[Category:Scottish writers]]
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  • ...ies, [[Georgetown University]]'s Liberal Arts Seminar, the [[University of Chicago]]'s Core Curriculum, the Program in [[Structured Liberal Education]] at [[S ...rogram, while sections range from 16-18 students. Section professors range from postdoctoral fellows to tenured faculty.
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  • ...iverse-launched-small-034445140.html |title=DC Cinematic Universe Launched From Small Screen? - It's A Wrap! &#124; Clevver Movies - Yahoo Screen |publishe ...Michael Keaton]] was originally set to reprise his role as [[Batman]] from from Burton's ''Batman'' films, making the attempt at a shared universe.<ref>{{c
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  • ...agotribune.com/2006-08-08/news/0608080165_1_wisconsin-theory-kevin-barrett Chicago Tribune</ref> <ref name="mujca american muslim">[http://www.mujca.com/myth ...ne.com/2006-08-02/news/0608020178_1_kevin-barrett-islam-liberal-university Chicago Tribune controversial instructor</ref>
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  • ...and foundations to make projects in dialogue with contemporary artists and writers. ...d. Bureau for Open Culture collaborated with individuals and organizations from disciplines such as architecture, philosophy, design and urban planning to
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