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  2. Reverse telephone directory - Wikipedia

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    An unpublished number is also excluded from directory assistance services, such as 411. Landline telephone companies often charge a monthly fee for this service. As cellular phones become more popular, there have been plans to release cell phone numbers into public 411 and reverse number directories via a separate Wireless telephone directory ...

  3. Whitepages (company) - Wikipedia

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    As of 2013 Whitepages provides its data and related services through seven web properties, ten mobile apps and through multiple web properties, including 411.com and Switchboard.com. The Hiya app (previously known as WhitePages Caller ID) checks incoming calls against a database of phone numbers known for spam or scam calls and helps users ...

  4. X.400 - Wikipedia

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    X.400 is a suite of ITU-T Recommendations that defines the ITU-T Message Handling System (MHS).. At one time, the designers of X.400 were expecting it to be the predominant form of email, but this role has been taken by the SMTP-based Internet e-mail.

  5. List of Harvard University politicians - Wikipedia

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    Kevin White: HKS 1957 Mayor of Boston: Dean Whiteway (born 1944) M.A. Member of House of Commons of Canada Anthony A. Williams: HKS, Law 1987 Mayor of Washington, DC: Gita Wirjawan: HKS, 2000 Minister of Trade of Indonesia James Wolfensohn (born 1933) Business 1959 Ninth President of the World Bank: Yam Ah Mee (born 1957) Business

  6. Ramar of the Jungle - Wikipedia

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    Ramar of the Jungle is an American television series that starred Jon Hall as Dr. Tom Reynolds (the titular "ramar" being an African title for a white medicine man). Episodes were set in Africa and India. The series aired in syndication, premiering on October 7, 1952, and airing through 1954. Reruns continued "until the end of the 1960s."

  7. Eccles on Sea - Wikipedia

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    In 1605, according to William White's History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Norfolk, 1883, the inhabitants petitioned for a reduction in their taxes when only 14 houses and 300 acres (120 ha) of land remained following a ferocious storm in 1604.

  8. Cherokee County, Georgia - Wikipedia

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    The racial makeup of the county was 86.6% White, 5.65% Black or African American, 1.65% Asian, 0.4% American Indian, 0.1% Pacific Islander, 3.6% from other races, and 2.1% from two or more races. Those of Hispanic or Latino origin of any race made up 9.6% of the population.

  9. Bethpage Black Course - Wikipedia

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    The Bethpage Black Course is a public golf course at Bethpage State Park on Long Island, New York.Opened in 1936, it was designed by Bethpage State Park superintendent Joseph H. Burbeck, who was also responsible for the park's Blue and Red Courses in the mid-1930s.