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  2. Gina Kolata - Wikipedia

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    Gina Bari Kolata (born February 25, 1948) [1] is an American science journalist, writing for The New York Times . Life and career [ edit] Kolata was born Gina Bari in Baltimore, Maryland. Her mother, mathematician Ruth Aaronson Bari (1917–2005), was of Jewish descent. [2]

  3. Martin & Gina - Wikipedia

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    Martin & Gina. " Martin & Gina " is a song by American rapper Polo G from his second studio album The Goat (2020). It was released as the album's fifth single and its music video was released on August 13, 2021 . In the song, Polo G compares his relationship with a girl to that of Martin Payne and Gina Waters in the sitcom Martin, [1] and talks ...

  4. Gina Zurlo - Wikipedia

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    Gina Zurlo is an American historian, sociologist and a scholar of history of mission and world Christianity. She is a Visiting Research Fellow at Boston University Institute on Culture, Religion and World Affairs. [1]

  5. Gina Grant college admissions controversy - Wikipedia

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    Gina Grant (born 1976) is an American woman who gained notoriety when her admission to Harvard College was rescinded after it became known that several years earlier, at age 14, she had killed her mother.

  6. Gina Martin - Wikipedia

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    Gina Martin is a British political activist and author. She is known for her case to make upskirting illegal in England and Wales, which resulted in the Voyeurism (Offences) Act 2019. Martin also authored a book, Be the Change: A Toolkit for the Activist in You, and rejected a nomination for an award of an Order of the British Empire in 2020.

  7. Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act - Wikipedia

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    In 2003, GINA was introduced as H.R. 1910, by Louise Slaughter, D-NY, and as S. 1053 by Senator Snowe, R-ME. In 2005, it was proposed as H.R. 1227 by Representative Biggert, R-IL, and as S. 306 by Senator Snowe, R-ME.

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