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  2. Telkom (South Africa) - Wikipedia

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    Telkom Group Limited includes South African subsidiaries, Trudon (previously TDS Directory Operations) and Swiftnet, trading as FastNet. Trudon is the largest directory publisher in South Africa providing white and yellow pages directory services and electronic white pages. Swiftnet operates under the name FastNet.

  3. The Right Stuff (blog) - Wikipedia

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    The site promotes white supremacy, neo-Nazism, antisemitism, Holocaust denial, and the white genocide conspiracy theory. It cites the work of Kevin B. MacDonald, a former professor of psychology and antisemitic conspiracy theorist, known for claiming there is a Jewish plot to control the world to undermine the interest of white people.

  4. Category:Labour Party (Ireland) TDs - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "Labour Party (Ireland) TDs" The following 152 pages are in this category, out of 152 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  5. Category:Early Sinn Féin TDs - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "Early Sinn Féin TDs" The following 157 pages are in this category, out of 157 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  6. Trump derangement syndrome - Wikipedia

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    Trump derangement syndrome (TDS) is a pejorative term usually for criticism or negative reactions to former United States President Donald Trump that are perceived to be irrational, and have little regard towards Trump's actual policy positions, or actions undertaken by his administration.

  7. Vehicle registration plates of Newfoundland and Labrador ...

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    The last complete re-registration of all registered vehicles in Newfoundland and Labrador was in 1981, with a switch from a numerical system to an alphanumeric system. All plates issued since 1982 (beginning AAA-001) remain valid today. Plates remain with the vehicle to which they are originally registered, rather than with the owner.

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