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Rev. Lyons Sentenced to 51/2 Years; Ordered to Repay $2.5 Million
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Henry Lyons (American clergyman.); 1942-, National Baptist Convention of the United States of America (Finance), Black clergy (Professional ethics), Sentences (Criminal procedure) (Florida)
White Mother Mistakenly Impregnated with a Black Embryo Agrees to Give Up Black Twin Son
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Deborah Rogers, Donna Fasano, Fertilization in vitro (Ethical aspects), Twins, Custody of children, Fertility clinics (Ethical aspects, New York (State)), Racially mixed people
Oregon Family Gets $81 Million in Tobacco Lawsuit
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Jesse Williams; d. 1997, Philip Morris, Inc, Tobacco industry (Suits and claims), Smoking (Laws and regulations, Oregon), Cigarette industry (Laws and regulations)
Report Recommends Physician Follow Guidelines for Identifying and Addressing Allergic Disorders
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Allergy
White New York Cops Face Murder Charge in Shooting of West African Immigrant Diallo
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Amadou Diallo (Guinean street vendor and victim of police shooting); 1975-1999 (Police brutality)
Eddie Murphy and Martin Lawrence are Hilarious as Prison Inmates in Movie 'Life'.
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Eddie Murphy (American comedian and actor.), Martin Lawrence (American comedian and actor.), Ted Demme (motion picture director) (Reviews), Life (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Connecticut Upsets Duke to Take NCAA Crown
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University of Connecticut (Basketball), Duke University (Basketball), NCAA Basketball Tournament, 1999
Evander Holyfield Files for Divorce
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Evander Holyfield, Divorce
If Body Piercing is So Hazardous, why is it Popular?
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Body piercing
TV Movie 'Michael Jordan: and American Hero' Tells Life Story of Basketball Legend
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Michael Jordan (American basketball player.); 1963-, Michael Jordan: an American hero (Television program) (Reviews)

Nelson Mandela Bids Farewell to Parliament
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Nelson Mandela (South African president.), South Africa Parliament

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