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  • 121 Political scandals of the United States — This article provides a list of major political scandals of the United States.cope and organization of political scandalsCategorizing and listing scandalsDivision of this article s list of American political scandals falls into four categories… …

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  • 122 Timeline of LGBT history — [ thumb|250px|Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, 1825–1895, a pioneer of the LGBT rights movement] Timeline of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) history NOTOC *Homosexual rights during the 20th century: **1900s 1910s 1920s 1930s 1940s 1950s 1960s …

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  • 123 Lawrence Sullivan Ross — Infobox Governor name = Lawrence Sullivan Ross order = 19th office = Governor of Texas term start = 1887 term end = 1891 lieutenant = Thomas Benton Wheeler predecessor = John Ireland successor = Jim Hogg birth date = September 27, 1838 birth… …

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  • 124 José Sarria — Born December 12, 1922 or 1923 San Francisco, California Nationality American …

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  • 125 Chris Bell (politician) — Robert Christopher Bell Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Texas s 25th district In office January 3, 2003 – January 3, 2005 Preceded by Ken Bentsen, Jr …

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  • 126 Base Realignment and Closure — (or BRAC) is a process of the United States federal government directed at the administration and operation of the Armed Forces, used by the United States Department of Defense (DoD) and Congress to close excess military installations and realign …

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  • 127 Alberto Gonzales — ] has observed that Congress has the power to impeach Gonzales if he willfully lied or withheld information from Congress during his testimony about the dismissal of U.S. Attorneys.cite news title=He’s Impeachable, You Know url=http://www.nytimes …

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  • 128 Elizabeth Cass — Elizabeth Cass, later Elizabeth Langley (born 1863) was a British seamstress and dress designer whose mistaken arrest for prostitution in 1887 became a minor cause célèbre. Contents 1 Early life 2 Mistaken arrest 3 Perjury case …

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  • 129 MySpace — Infobox Dotcom company company name = MySpace company slogan = A Place for Friends owner = Fox Interactive Media company company type = Subsidiary foundation = 2003 location city = Beverly Hills, California location country = key people = Tom… …

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  • 130 John Scalzi — Infobox Writer name = John Scalzi imagesize = 180px caption = pseudonym = birthdate = birth date and age|1969|5|10| birthplace = Fairfield, California, United States deathdate = deathplace = occupation = Writer nationality = period = 1991–present …

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  • 131 111th United States Congress — United States Capitol (2007) Duration: January 3, 2009 – January 3, 2011 Senate President: Dick Cheney (R) …

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  • 132 Radio From Hell — Bill Allred (back), Kerry Jackson (front left), and Gina Barberi (front right). Radio From Hell: Songs From The Big Chair Genre Comedy, Talk Running time 4 hours …

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  • 133 Ambitus — Ambitus, among ancient Romans, signified the act of suing, or making interest for candidates of offices.The candidates went about the city and into public places and assembles, to beg voices, which was called ambitus ; am in the ancient Latin,… …

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  • 134 February 2006 — NOTOC February 2006 : ← January February March April May June July August September October November December →{| class= infobox width= 250 style= font size: 133%; background color: #DDDDDD; padding top: 5px; padding bottom: 5px !Trials | *Chile …

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  • 135 Angie Paccione — Infobox State Representative name=Angie Paccione state house=Colorado state=Colorado district=53rd term start=January 8, 2003 term end=January 10, 2007 preceded=Bob Bacon succeeded=Randy Fischer date of birth=birth date and age|1960|02|21 place… …

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  • 136 Robert Gosselin — Robert (Bob) Gosselin (born 1951) is a conservative Republican politician in Oakland County, Michigan and is an Oakland County Commissioner.BiographyGosselin was born in Berkley, Michigan and attended Berkley High School. He attended, but did not …

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  • 137 William Steger — William Merritt Bill Steger (August 22, 1920 ndash; June 4, 2006) handled some 15,000 cases in a career spanning 35 years as a U.S. District Court judge for the Eastern District of Texas. President Richard M. Nixon appointed Steger to the bench… …

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  • 138 Joe Arpaio — Joseph M. Arpaio (born June 14, 1932 in Springfield, Massachusetts, United States) is a law enforcement officer and the sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona, United States. Arpaio, who promotes himself as America s Toughest Sheriff, cite news |url …

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  • 139 March 2007 — was the third month of that year. It began on a Thursday, and ended 31 days later on a Saturday. International holidays March 1 – St Davids Day United Kingdom March 4 – Purim (Jewish holiday) March 10 – Arba een (Shi a Islam) March 12 –… …

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  • 140 Hiram Gill — Hiram C. Gill (August 23, 1866 – January 7, 1919) was an American lawyer and two time Seattle mayor, identified with the open city politics that advocated toleration of prostitution, alcohol, and gambling.David Wilma,… …

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