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  2. Gainesville, Florida - Wikipedia

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    Gainesville is the county seat of Alachua County, Florida, and the largest city in North Central Florida, with a population of 141,085 in 2020. It is the principal city of the Gainesville metropolitan area, which had a population of 339,247 in 2020.

  3. Danny Rolling - Wikipedia

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    Danny Rolling. Daniel Harold Rolling (May 26, 1954 – October 25, 2006), known as The Gainesville Ripper, was an American serial killer who murdered five students in Gainesville, Florida, over four days in late August 1990. Rolling later confessed to raping several of his victims, committing a triple homicide in Shreveport, Louisiana, and ...

  4. The Standard-Times (New Bedford) - Wikipedia

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    The Standard-Times' main daily competitor is The Herald News of Fall River. Other rivals include The Boston Globe, the Taunton Daily Gazette and the Providence Journal. Circulation. The Standard-Times' print circulation has fallen over 30% since 2006. E-sales, while increasing, have not offset this decline in circulation.

  5. William A. Shands - Wikipedia

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    William Augustine Shands (July 21, 1889 – January 20, 1973) [non-primary source needed] was an American politician and elected officeholder. Shands was a long-time Democratic member of the Florida Senate and an advocate for the establishment of a state medical college and teaching hospital.

  6. Palmour Street, A Study of Family Life - Wikipedia

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    Palmour Street, A Study of Family Life (1949) (also titled "Palmour Street (1949) | A Black Family in Gainesville, GA") is a short black and white documentary film written, produced and directed by the prolific filmmaker and "father of Public Access Television", George C. Stoney, and his collaborator Bill Clifford.

  7. The Strad - Wikipedia

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    Website. www .thestrad .com. ISSN. 0039-2049. The Strad is a UK-based monthly classical music magazine about string instruments – principally the violin, viola, cello and double bass – for amateur and professional musicians. Founded in 1889, the magazine provides information, photographs and reviews of instruments, related feature articles ...