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  2. Home Depot's Orange Outlook - aol.com

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    Home improvement bellwether Home Depot's third-quarter earnings were better than expected, mostly due to lower expenses. "There is still a great deal of pressure in the housing and home ...

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    TL;DR: As of July 9, you can get a Matt's Flights Premium Plan for just $29.99 instead of $97 — that's a discount of 69%.Making travel plans doesn’t actually have to be miserable. It doesn’t ...

  4. Paul Martin (illustrator) - Wikipedia

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    Paul Martin (June 6, 1883 – March 19, 1932) [1] was a graphic artist and illustrator. His artwork appeared on over two dozen covers of Collier's and Parents during the 1920s. Martin designed the then world's largest ever electrical display in 1917. [2] It towered above Times Square until 1924.

  5. 1964 New York World's Fair - Wikipedia

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    The fair ran for two six-month seasons, April 22 – October 18, 1964, and April 21 – October 17, 1965. Admission price for adults (13 and older) was $2.00 in 1964 (equivalent to $17.47 in 2021 after calculating for inflation). Admission in 1965 increased to $2.50 (equivalent to $21.5 in 2021 after calculating for inflation).

  6. Bridgeport, Connecticut - Wikipedia

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    203/475. FIPS code. 09-08000. GNIS feature ID. 205720. Website. bridgeportct .gov. Bridgeport is the most populous city and a major port in the U.S. state of Connecticut. [4] With a population of 148,654 in 2020, [2] it is also the fifth-most populous in New England.

  7. Sainsbury's - Wikipedia

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    Consumer. J Sainsbury plc, trading as Sainsbury's, is the second largest chain of supermarkets in the United Kingdom, [2] with a 14.9% share of the supermarket sector. [2] Founded in 1869 by John James Sainsbury with a shop in Drury Lane, London, the company was the largest UK retailer of groceries for most of the 20th century.