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    The news comes a week after Lake was hit with a one-game suspension following a sideline incident with a player during the Oregon game. Video showed Lake striking linebacker Ruperake Fuavai in the ...

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    Petra Ecclestone Net Worth: $400 Million Petra Ecclestone’s father, Bernie Ecclestone, was the CEO of Formula One racing for four decades and is credited with turning it into a bona fide sport....

  4. The Left (Germany) - Wikipedia

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    ), commonly referred to as the Left Party(German: Die Linkspartei[diː ˈlɪŋkspaʁˌtaɪ] (listen)), is a democratic socialistpolitical party in Germany. The party was founded in 2007 as the result of the merger of the Party of Democratic Socialism(PDS) and Labour and Social Justice – The Electoral Alternative.

  5. 2017's European Capitals of Culture are complete hidden gems

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    In many ways, the two cities are contradictions. Pafos (Paphos) is home to just 33,000 citizens, while 315,000 people live in Aarhus, including a large university student population. Aarhus may be ...

  6. Cormac McCarthy - Wikipedia

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    Cormac McCarthy (born Charles Joseph McCarthy Jr., July 20, 1933) is an American writer who has written ten novels, two plays, two screenplays, and two short-stories, spanning the Western and post-apocalyptic genres.

  7. Hans Kelsen - Wikipedia

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    Hans Kelsen – bust in the Arkadenhof, University of Vienna Born (1881-10-11)October 11, 1881 Prague, Austria-Hungary Died April 19, 1973(1973-04-19)(aged 91) Berkeley, California, United States Education University of Vienna(Dr. juris, 1906; habilitation, 1911) Era 20th-century philosophy Region Western philosophy School Legal positivism

  8. Glenda Gray - Wikipedia

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    The drug Zidovudine (also known as azidothymidine (AZT)) is an anti-retroviral drug that can be used to prevent the transmission of HIV from mother to child during childbirth. The course of the treatment was 14 weeks, and women in developing countries could not afford this.

  9. Ewha Womans University - Wikipedia

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    Ewha Women's University ( Korean : 이화여자대학교; Hanja : 梨花女子大學校) is a private women's university in Seoul founded in 1886 by Mary F. Scranton under Emperor Gojong. It was the first university founded in South Korea. Currently, Ewha is the world's largest female educational institute and one of the prestigious ...