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Gen. Colin Powell Takes Seat as Chair of Joint Chiefs at the Pentagon
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Colin L. Powell; 1937-., United States Joint Chiefs of Staff
Maynard Jackson Gears for 3rd Term as Atlanta Mayor
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Maynard H. Jackson; 1938-2003, Atlanta (Ga.) (Politics and government)
Jackson Saluted at His Gala 48th Birthday Bash in
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Birthday parties
Perkins Installed as New U.S. Foreign Service Head
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Edward J. Perkins (American diplomat.), United States Dept. of State Foreign Service
Forbes, White Battle to Become Cleveland Mayor
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George Forbes, Michael R. White; 1951-., Cleveland (Ohio) (Politics and government)
Apollonia Arrested for Marijuana; Claims Buy was Research for Movie
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Apollonia; 1961-., Celebrities (Drug use), Marijuana (Laws and regulations, California)
Murphy Does $multimillion Car Commercials in Japan
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Eddie Murphy (American comedian and actor.), Toyota Motor Corporation, Television advertising (Japan), Advertising (Testimonials), Automobiles (Advertising)
Statue of King Erected in Kalamazoo, Mich
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Martin Luther King (Jr.); 1929-1968 (Statues), Kalamazoo (Mich.) (Monuments, statues, etc)
Black Named NFL Coach After 7 Decades
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Art Shell; 1946-., Black football coaches, Discrimination in sports
Middleweight Champ Nunn Jailed After Family Feud
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Michael Nunn (American boxer.)

Alabama Woman Wins $1.2 Million in Insurance Case
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Cleopatra Haslip, Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co, Insurance crimes, Damages
Organization Urges Kids to Wage Peace Instead of War
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Children as the Peacemakers Foundation
Obituary
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Mary H. McCoo (American physician and mother of singer Marilyn McCoo.); d. 1989
New York Mother Throws Two Children Out of Window
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Meenah Abdussalaam, Murder, Queens (New York, N.Y.) (Crime)
Hurricane Hugo Aftermath: Train Caribbean Victims in Skills Needed to Rebuild Their Homes, Jackson Says
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Hurricane Hugo, 1989 (Economic aspects), Relief work (Virgin Islands of the United States)
Tennis Ace Zina Garrison Ties Houston Love Match
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Zina Garrison; 1963-., Willard Jackson
Debbye Turner: New Miss America Says, 'Beauty is Content of Character'.
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Debbye Turner, Miss America Pageant
Brando Says Studio Sold Him Out on 'Dry White Season'.
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Marlon Brando; 1924-2004, Apartheid in motion pictures, Motion pictures (Editing)
A Dry White Season
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Euzhan Palcy (French screenwriter and film director) (Reviews), Dry white season (Motion picture) (Reviews)

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