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  2. Jim Cramer - Wikipedia

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    James Joseph Cramer (born February 10, 1955) is an American television personality and author. He is the host of Mad Money on CNBC and an anchor on Squawk on the Street.A former hedge fund manager, founder, and senior partner of Cramer Berkowitz, Cramer wrote several books, including Confessions of a Street Addict (2002), Jim Cramer's Real Money: Sane Investing in an Insane World (2005), Jim ...

  3. KPMG - Wikipedia

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    KPMG International Limited (or simply KPMG) is a multinational professional services network, and one of the Big Four accounting organizations.. Headquartered in Amstelveen, Netherlands, although incorporated in the United Kingdom, KPMG is a network of firms in 145 countries, with over 236,000 employees and has three lines of services: financial audit, tax, and advisory.

  4. Student rights in higher education - Wikipedia

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    Canada. Canada, like the United States, has a number of laws and court precedents which regulate higher education and provide student rights. The Canadian Encyclopedia, which details issues of Canadian life and governance, states that in Canada "Basically two sorts of rights apply to students: substantive rights – the actual rights that students should enjoy – and procedural rights ...

  5. Alexander Calder - Wikipedia

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    Alexander Calder (/ ˈ k ɔː l d ər /; July 22, 1898 – November 11, 1976) was an American sculptor known both for his innovative mobiles (kinetic sculptures powered by motors or air currents) that embrace chance in their aesthetic, his static "stabiles", and his monumental public sculptures.

  6. Common-law marriage - Wikipedia

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    Common-law marriage, also known as non-ceremonial marriage, sui iuris marriage, informal marriage, or marriage by habit and repute, is a legal framework where a couple may be considered married without having formally registered their relation as a civil or religious marriage.

  7. Loblaw Companies - Wikipedia

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    Loblaw Companies Limited is a Canadian retailer encompassing corporate and franchise supermarkets operating under 22 regional and market-segment banners (including Loblaws), as well as pharmacies, banking and apparel.

  8. Civil rights movement - Wikipedia

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    By 1963, voter registration campaigns in the South were as integral to the Freedom Movement as desegregation efforts. After the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 , [11] protecting and facilitating voter registration despite state barriers became the main effort of the movement.

  9. Jim Crow laws - Wikipedia

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    By 1965, efforts to break the grip of state disenfranchisement by education for voter registration in southern counties had been underway for some time, but had achieved only modest success overall. In some areas of the Deep South, white resistance made these efforts almost entirely ineffectual.