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  2. Ken Caryl, Colorado - Wikipedia

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    Ken Caryl, commonly known as Ken Caryl Ranch, is an unincorporated community and a census-designated place (CDP) located in and governed by Jefferson County, Colorado, United States.

  3. J. Peterman Company - Wikipedia

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    Jeffco is the company that makes the Peterman furniture and a representative, Tom Morton, says he has a customer that buys the furniture based on the company’s recognition in “Seinfeld.” [11] In 2008, Tim Peterman, the founder John Peterman's son, helped run the company as president after leaving E. W. Scripps .

  4. List of high schools in Colorado - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of high schools in the state of Colorado by its county. There are 648 total. [citation needed

  5. Dustin Jacoby - Wikipedia

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    Dustin Anthony Jacoby (born April 4, 1988) is an American mixed martial artist and kickboxer who currently competes in the Ultimate Fighting Championship.In kickboxing, he has competed for GLORY, and in MMA, he has competed also for Bellator, World Series of Fighting, and Titan FC.

  6. Ball Corporation - Wikipedia

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    Renamed the Ball Corporation in 1969, it acquired Jeffco Manufacturing Company, a maker of recyclable aluminum beverage cans, and became the largest producer of recyclable beverage cans in the world. [32] [33] [34] Although glass production in Muncie ceased in 1962, it continued at other Ball plants until its final glass manufacturing ...

  7. Deaths in January 2012 - Wikipedia

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    John Rich, 86, American television director (All in the Family, Benson, The Dick Van Dyke Show), heart failure. Oscar Luigi Scalfaro, 93, Italian politician, Minister of the Interior (1983–1987); President (1992–1999) and Lifetime Senator (since 1999).