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  2. Kyla Ross - Wikipedia

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    She and teammates Vega, Maroney, Gabby Douglas, Brenna Dowell, and Sarah Finnegan beat silver medalist Canada by nearly 20 points. Individually, she placed first in the all-around (57.998), ahead of Vega and Jessica López of Venezuela, She won the silver medal on floor (14.075) and sixth on uneven bars (13.350). 2011

  3. It's The Sun Wot Won It - Wikipedia

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    "It's The Sun Wot Won It" is a headline that appeared on the front page of United Kingdom newspaper The Sun on 11 April 1992. It is regularly cited in debates on the influence of the press over politicians and election results and has since become a British political catchphrase.

  4. Aly Raisman - Wikipedia

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    Alexandra Rose Raisman (born May 25, 1994) is a retired American artistic gymnast and two-time Olympian. She was captain of both the 2012 "Fierce Five" and 2016 "Final Five" U.S. women's Olympic gymnastics teams, which won their respective team competitions.

  5. On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away - Wikipedia

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    Howley, Haviland and Company published the song, giving Sterling credit for the words, but paying royalties to Dresser for use of the melody. In 1914 Karl-Ewert Christenson wrote Swedish-language lyrics to the melody of Dresser's song. Christenson titled the new song "Barndomshemmet" ("The Childhood Home").

  6. First Red Scare - Wikipedia

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    Police Commissioner Edwin Upton Curtis denied that police officers had any right to form a union, much less one affiliated with a larger organization like the AFL. During the strike, Boston experienced two nights of lawlessness until several thousand members of the State Guard supported by volunteers restored order, though not without causing ...

  7. Bloomington, Indiana - Wikipedia

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    Bloomington is a city in and the county seat of Monroe County in the central region of the U.S. state of Indiana. It is the seventh-largest city in Indiana and the fourth-largest outside the Indianapolis metropolitan area.

  8. List of Odd Fellows buildings - Wikipedia

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    Center of Covington's civic and political life for most of the Victorian era. When the American Civil War ended, victorious Union General Ulysses S. Grant was honored at a reception there. Odd Fellows Temple (Lexington, Kentucky) 1870: 1980 115-119 W. Main St.

  9. Low-carbon economy - Wikipedia

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    A low-carbon economy (LCE) or decarbonised economy is an economy based on energy sources that produce low levels of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.GHG emissions due to human activity are the dominant cause of observed climate change since the mid-20th century.