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  2. Fast Food Nation - Wikipedia

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    Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal is a 2001 book by Eric Schlosser.First serialized by Rolling Stone in 1999, the book has drawn comparisons to Upton Sinclair's 1906 muckraking novel The Jungle.

  3. The Stanford Daily - Wikipedia

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    The Stanford Daily is the student-run, independent daily newspaper serving Stanford University. The Daily is distributed throughout campus and the surrounding community of Palo Alto, California, United States. It has published since the University was founded in 1892. The paper publishes weekdays during the academic year.

  4. Guests of the Nation - Wikipedia

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    Guests Of The Nation is an ironic/sarcastic description of British Army hostages seized in the Irish war of Independence by Irish republicans. • Belcher : A large Englishman who is one of the hostages, he was the quieter of the two who ingratiated himself with the old woman of the house by helping her with her daily chores.

  5. Gumbaynggirr - Wikipedia

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    Gumbaynggir is classified as one of the two Gumbaynggiric languages of the Pama–Nyungan family.In 1986 the Muurrbay Aboriginal Language and Culture Co-operative was established by Gumbaynggirr elders to revive their language and hand it on.

  6. Islamic religious leaders - Wikipedia

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    Islamic religious leaders have traditionally been people who, as part of the clerisy, mosque, or government, performed a prominent role within their community or nation.. However, in the modern contexts of Muslims minorities in non-Muslim countries as well as secularised Muslim states like Turkey, Indonesia and Bangladesh, religious leadership may take a variety of non-formal sha

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  8. Lewes Bonfire - Wikipedia

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    Lewes Bonfire, or Bonfire for short, describes a set of celebrations held in the town of Lewes, Sussex, England, that constitute the United Kingdom's largest and most famous Bonfire Night festivities, with Lewes being called the bonfire capital of the world.

  9. The Sun (Malaysia) - Wikipedia

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    The second phase saw circulation rising by another 15% to 265,000 copies on 2 October. Out of that, 215,000 copies are distributed in the Klang Valley, solidifying theSun's position as the top English daily in the nation's top consumer region. Awards. theSun has won several awards for advertising.