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  2. Cara Cunningham - Wikipedia

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    Cara Cunningham (formerly Chris Crocker; born December 7, 1987), is an American transgender Internet personality, songwriter, recording artist, YouTuber, and former pornographic film actor.

  3. Murder of Cara Knott - Wikipedia

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    Cara Evelyn Knott (February 11, 1966 – December 27, 1986) was an American student at San Diego State University who disappeared on December 27, 1986, while driving from her boyfriend's home in Escondido, California, to her parents' house in El Cajon. The following day, December 28, her car was found on a dead-end road at the Mercy Road off ...

  4. Fat Face - Wikipedia

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    Fat Face is a British lifestyle clothing and accessories retailer, based in Hampshire.It was founded in 1988 by Tim Slade and Jules Leaver as a business selling T-shirts at ski resorts.

  5. 1-800-273-8255 (song) - Wikipedia

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    "1-800-273-8255" (also known simply as "1-800") is a song by American rapper Logic, featuring guest vocals from Canadian singer Alessia Cara and American singer Khalid. It was released on April 27, 2017, through Visionary Music Group and Def Jam Recordings , as the third single from Logic's third studio album, Everybody . [3]

  6. Richard A. Cohen - Wikipedia

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    Richard A. Cohen (born 1952) is an American psychotherapist and author associated with the ex-gay movement.He is a co-founder of Positive Approaches to Healthy Sexuality (PATH), and the past director of the defunct (since 2015) International Healing Foundation.

  7. Capitoline Wolf - Wikipedia

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    When the sculpture was first erected it is unclear, but a number of mediaeval references mention a "wolf" standing in the Pope's Lateran Palace.In the 10th-century Chronicon of Benedict of Soracte, the monk chronicler writes of the institution of a supreme court of justice "in the Lateran Palace, in the place called the Wolf, viz, the mother of the Romans."

  8. Dear Mama - Wikipedia

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    "Dear Mama" is a song by American rapper 2Pac from his third studio album, Me Against the World (1995). It was released on February 21, 1995, as the lead single from the album.

  9. Now - Wikipedia

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    Now (Cara Jones album), 2000 album by Cara Jones; Now (Dionne Warwick album), 2012 album by Dionne Warwick; Now (The Dubliners album), 1975 album by The Dubliners; Now (Eric Kloss album), 1978 album by saxophonist Eric Kloss; Now (Fireflight album), 2012 album released by Christian rock band Fireflight; Now! (France Joli album), 1982 album by ...