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  2. The Home Depot Pro - Wikipedia

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    The Home Depot Pro, headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, is one of the largest wholesale distributors and direct marketers of maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) products for non-industrial businesses in the United States.

  3. Ken Langone - Wikipedia

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    Kenneth Gerard Langone Sr. KSG (born September 16, 1935) is an American billionaire businessman, investor, and philanthropist, best known for organizing financing for the founders of The Home Depot. He has been a major donor to the Republican Party.

  4. Seneca Army Depot - Wikipedia

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    The former Seneca Army Depot occupied 10,587 acres (4,284 ha) between Seneca Lake and Cayuga Lake in Seneca County, New York. It was used as a munitions storage and disposal facility by the United States Army from 1941 until the 1990s. The Depot was listed in the 1995 Base Realignment and Closure Commission and formally shut

  5. Brico Dépôt - Wikipedia

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    Brico Dépôt (French pronunciation: [bʁiko depo]) is a chain of DIY and home improvement stores, headquartered in Longpont-sur-Orge. The chain was created in 1993 by Castorama Dubois Investment and later purchased by the British group Kingfisher which operates 135 stores in Belgium, 123 in France, 34 in Romania, 28 in Spain and 3 in Portugal.

  6. Category:Hardware stores of the United States - Wikipedia

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    The Home Depot‎ (1 C, 14 P) Home improvement retailers of the United States‎ (2 C, 27 P) L. Lowe's‎ (9 P) Pages in category "Hardware stores of the United States"

  7. Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island - Wikipedia

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    At the district center are the commanding general's home, a 19th-century wooden dry dock, and an early 20th-century gazebo, all of which are on the National Register of Historic Places. [6] On November 1, 1915, Parris Island was officially designated a Recruit Depot, and United States Marine Corps Recruit Training has continued there since then.

  8. Águila Blanca (heist) - Wikipedia

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    Águila Blanca (named after José Maldonado Román and meaning "White Eagle" in English) was the name given by Los Macheteros (a guerrilla group seeking Puerto Rican independence from the United States) to its robbery of a Wells Fargo depot on September 12, 1983, a day coinciding with the birth date of Puerto Rican Nationalist Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos.

  9. Battle of Orgreave - Wikipedia

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    Mass picketing had proved successful at the Battle of Saltley Gate in Saltley, Birmingham, during the 1972 miners' strike. At Saltley Coke Works, 30,000 pickets and supporters led by Scargill had faced 800 police officers, and on 10 February 1972 Sir Derrick Capper, the chief constable of Birmingham City Police, ordered the coking plant to close its gates "in the interests of public safety".