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  • '''Michael Clarke Duncan''' was an American actor best known for his breakout role as John Coffey in The Green Mile, fo [[Category:American actor]]
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  • '''Michael Christopher Manning''' is an American actor, producer, television personality and activist. Manning first gained [[Category:American actor]]
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  • '''Bryan Batt''' is an American actor best known for his role in the AMC series Mad Men as Salvatore Romano [[Category:American actor]]
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  • '''Trevor John Morgan''' is an American actor. He has appeared in the films Genius, The Sixth Sense, The Patriot, A [[Category:American actor]]
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  • ...hed the <strong>Orange Bowl</strong> party as unwanted guests from the Mid-American Conference and fell Tuesday night to favored Florida State 31-10. Jordan Ly # 1924 [[Robert N. Cronk]] (1st American born in 1924, savannah georgia)
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  • '''Anton Viktorovich Yelchin''' was an American actor. He played Pavel Chekov in three Star Trek films: Star Trek, Star Tre [[Category:American actor]]
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  • '''Alejandro "Alec" Mapa''' is an American actor, comedian and writer. He got his first professional break when he was
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  • [[Category:American academics]] [[Category:American actor-politicians]]
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  • Available at fine book stores, amazon.com, and American distributor Digital Impressions. [[Category:American academics]]
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  • '''Carson Lee Kressley''' is an American television personality, Style Superstar, actor and designer. He was also th [[Category:American television personality]]
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  • ...rting actress for her performance in Gone With the Wind, the first African American actor or actress to be thusly honored; these ceremonies were hosted, for th
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  • '''Aaron Michael Lacey''' (born [[May 26]], [[1969]]) is an American actor who has worked in films primarily as an uncredited extra, a stuntman,
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  • ...="http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/music-arts/jenni-rivera-mexican-american-singer-missing-plane-crashes-northern-mexico-article-1.1216494" rel="nofoll ...="http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/music-arts/jenni-rivera-mexican-american-singer-missing-plane-crashes-northern-mexico-article-1.1216494" rel="nofoll
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  • * American Cocksucking Championship 8 (2002) [[Category:African American porn stars]]
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  • '''Alvin Fields''' is an American Musician ([[October 16]] [[1950]]) is a singer/songwriter/actor, and has co
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  • contemporary american cinema american actor
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  • ...lyn Monroe''' (June 1, 1926 &ndash; August 5, 1962) was an [[United States|American]] [[actor|actress]], [[singer]] and [[model (person)|model]]. After acting
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  • * 1899, the Philippine-American War begins
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  • '''Williams, Robin (1952- ),''' American actor and stand-up comic of distinctive energy and invention, particularly ...78''', when he was cast as the lovable, if rather manic, alien Mork in the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) series Mork & Mindy. The show was an overnight s
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  • '''Hepburn, Katharine (1907-2003),''' American film and stage star and, over a career spanning 50 movies and 60 years, win ...7 she appeared in Much Ado about Nothing and The Merchant of Venice at the American Shakespeare Festival in Stratford, Conn. She also starred in eight made-for
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  • american actor american american , american english , american language
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  • *[[1779]] - [[American Revolutionary War]]: [[Benedict Arnold]] is [[court-martial]]ed for [[malfe *[[1855]] - American adventurer [[William Walker (soldier)|William Walker]] conquers [[Nicaragua
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  • '''Leslie M. Golden''' is an American astronomer<ref>Nolan, Herb (1989), “An Astronomer Tackles the Music Softw
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  • ...aniels|date=2003-02-01|publisher=AVN Online}}</ref>) is an [[United States|American]] [[glamour model]] and [[pornographic actor|pornographic actress]]. |SHORT DESCRIPTION=American glamour model and pornographic actress
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  • *[[1995]] - An [[American Airlines]] [[American Airlines Flight 965|Flight 965]] [[Boeing 757]] crashes into a mountain 50 *[[1833]] - [[Samuel Mudd]], American physician (d. [[1883]])
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  • ...are Jews. Their exclusion is particularly ironic seeing that four of the American-born entertainment products, the motion picture industry, the Broadway mus Zeppo Marx*, the American Film Institute judged five of their films as the top 100 comedy films, and
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  • '''De Niro, Robert (1943- ),''' American actor, director, and producer known for a devotion to his craft matched by ...ywood producer in Wag the Dog, Barry Levinson's much-admired satire of the American presidency. Soon after, he appeared as Lustig, a latter-day Magwitch, in Al
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  • '''Derek Michael Sheldon''' (born April 29, 1981), is an [[United States|American]] [[blog]]ger and music personality. His blog, ''worldasiderseeit.com'',is ...was one of the first bloggers to report on [[Paula Abdul]]'s release on [[American Idol]] almost 3 hours before the AP wire received it.
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  • [[Category:American film actors]] [[Category:American stand-up comedians]]
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  • ...s heavily weighted to the very modern era, including numerous 21st century American TV talk-show hosts. Many are not recognizable names. The order demands de ...are Jews. Their exclusion is particularly ironic seeing that four of the American-born entertainment products, the motion picture industry, the Broadway musi
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  • ...t Arlington National Cemetery for Army Lt. Col. William B. Nolde, the last American combat casualty before the [[Directory:Vietnam|Vietnam]] cease-fire
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  • Clooney: Maybe. I mean, my favorite time, in American cinema especially, is the mid 60s to the mid 70s. I just think that's - if
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  • american film producer american american , american english , american language
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  • ...ers wrote, “He was a brilliant, intense actor, and the pity was that as an American he wasn’t allowed to work in the UK. Other people in that position could ...He was a member of the Actors’ Equity Association and Screen Actors Guild/American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.
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  • [[Category:American comics writers]] [[Category:American film actors]]
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  • ...settlers in the East was bringing the Ottawa, the Huron, and other Native American tribes into Wisconsin, where they in turn displaced the older inhabitants, === British-American Struggles ===
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  • ...rains. To attract a greater following, Renaissance, classical, and modern American works were added to the offerings, some being produced indoors in historic
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  • american actress american actress
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  • ...time and it was out there for almost a year, so it burnt its way into the American consciousness, and I became incredibly identified with - probably forever.
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  • '''Brooks, Mel (1926- ),''' American film and television writer, director, producer, and actor, perhaps best kno
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  • ...musicians who dress in [[Drag (clothing)|drag]] in order to escape from [[American mafia|mafia]] [[gangsters]] whom they witnessed commit a crime inspired by ...st film comedies of all time. It was voted as the top comedy film by the [[American Film Institute]] on their list on AFI's ''100 Years... 100 Laughs'' poll in
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  • [[Category:American entertainers]] [[Category:American stage actors]]
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  • ...t" in dramatic political fashion. Fred Thompson spends time in millions of American homes each week as a star of television's Law & Order. [http://amazon.com/d ... but now the talking is over and the new definition of American conservatism is the holding of views identical to those of Fred Thompson. .
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  • ...e Crypt''''', sometimes titled '''''HBO's Tales from the Crypt''''', is an American [[Horror film|horror]] [[anthology series|anthology]] television series tha ...keeper]]'' was spun off from the HBO series. Produced by [[Nelvana]] for [[American Broadcasting Company|ABC]], the violence of the prime-time series was subst
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  • '''Question: When you're working in an American movie and you have to work in English, what are the challenges of not allow
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  • [[Category:American academics]] [[Category:American actor-politicians]]
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  • === The American Revolution and Statehood === In the American Revolution, John Sevier was among the notable Tennesseans who served with d
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  • ...ecember.</ref><ref>(1943), “Twins Tend Record Twin Crop,” ''Chicago Herald-American'', December 4, p. II-3</ref><ref>Petlicki, Myrna (1997), “Golden memories ...nell McMullen Scholar and a Fellow of the Interfoundation Committee of the American Institute for Economic Research (Great Barrington, Mass.), and received the
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  • ...ecember.</ref><ref>(1943), “Twins Tend Record Twin Crop,” ''Chicago Herald-American'', December 4, p. II-3</ref><ref>Petlicki, Myrna (1997), “Golden memories ...nell McMullen Scholar and a Fellow of the Interfoundation Committee of the American Institute for Economic Research (Great Barrington, Mass.), and received the
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  • ...ecember.</ref><ref>(1943), “Twins Tend Record Twin Crop,” ''Chicago Herald-American'', December 4, p. II-3</ref><ref>Petlicki, Myrna (1997), “Golden memories ...nell McMullen Scholar and a Fellow of the Interfoundation Committee of the American Institute for Economic Research (Great Barrington, Mass.). The Cornell web
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  • ...ecember.</ref><ref>(1943), “Twins Tend Record Twin Crop,” ''Chicago Herald-American'', December 4, p. II-3</ref><ref>Petlicki, Myrna (1997), “Golden memories ...nell McMullen Scholar and a Fellow of the Interfoundation Committee of the American Institute for Economic Research (Great Barrington, Mass.). The Cornell web
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  • ...ecember.</ref><ref>(1943), “Twins Tend Record Twin Crop,” ''Chicago Herald-American'', December 4, p. II-3</ref><ref>Petlicki, Myrna (1997), “Golden memories ...nell McMullen Scholar and a Fellow of the Interfoundation Committee of the American Institute for Economic Research (Great Barrington, Mass.). The Cornell web
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  • What do you get when you have a bunch of bored young American punks land-locked in their privileged white suburban LA neighborhood? Drug
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  • === The American Revolution === ...y of western Virginians) under George Rogers Clark, the British and Native American threat to the area was virtually removed. Western Virginians overwhelmingly
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  • ...ecember.</ref><ref>(1943), “Twins Tend Record Twin Crop,” ''Chicago Herald-American'', December 4, p. II-3</ref><ref>Petlicki, Myrna (1997), “Golden memories ...nell McMullen Scholar and a Fellow of the Interfoundation Committee of the American Institute for Economic Research (Great Barrington, Mass.). The Cornell web
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  • '''''America's Got Talent''''' is a [[United Kingdom|British]]-owned American [[reality television series]] on the [[NBC]] [[television network]]. It is The show concept can be traced back to the American talent contest ''[[Major Bowes Amateur Hour]]'', broadcast in the United St
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  • * [[Kelly Johnson (engineer)]], American systems engineer and aeronautical innovator * [[Robert S. Singleton]], American engineer and scientist
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  • ===American Airlines flight 11=== * [[American Airlines flight 11]] BOS-LAX (north tower of [[World Trade Center]]): 92 pe
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  • ...[Brazil]]ian football player named after [[Creedence Clearwater Revival|an American music band]].<ref>[http://football.guardian.co.uk/theknowledge/story/0,,205 ...ted in the [[Battle of Kennesaw Mountain]] as a Union surgeon during the [[American Civil War]].<ref>http://www.library.northwestern.edu/archives/exhibits/alum
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  • [[Category:American film actors]] [[Category:American film actors]]
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  • ...ernard Schwartz'''; June 3, 1925{{spaced ndash}}September 29, 2010) was an American film actor whose career spanned six decades but who was mostly popular in t ...urvey carried out by the [[American Film Institute]] voted it the funniest American film ever made.<ref name=foxnews>[http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2010
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  • '''Les Golden''' is an American gambling writer, actor, musician, and political activist who writes extensi ...o-author of an article in Science magazine, the prestigious journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, AAAS. I guess he though that s
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  • '''''To Tell the Truth''''' is an American [[television]] [[panel game]] show in which four [[celebrity]] panelists ar ...the+Truth%22#search_anchor|title=Book Search:Watching TV: Four Decades of American Television|publisher=Google Books}}</ref> The show was replaced by the expa
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  • products = [[American Broadcasting Company]], [[Buena Vista Distribution]], [[Buena Vista Motion ...ks]], two [[water parks]] and several television networks, including the [[American Broadcasting Company]] (ABC).
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  • ...es]]). On their way to the apartment, they discuss the differences between American and European culture, including what they call McDonald's Quarter Pounder w ...acter. Tim Roth used his native British accent in Pulp Fiction but used an American accent in [[Reservoir Dogs]].
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  • ...Adams' youth was spent overseas accompanying his father, who served as an American [[envoy]] to [[France]] from 1778 until 1779 and to the [[Netherlands]] fro ...erving abroad, he married [[Louisa Catherine Johnson]], the daughter of an American merchant, in a ceremony at the church of [[All Hallows-by-the-Tower]], Lond
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  • ...ent.org/autodoc/page/bus0bio-1|title=George H. W. Bush Biography|publisher=American Academy of Achievement|date=February 25, 2008|accessdate=2008-03-29}}</ref> ...nt Houston.<ref name="ea"/> His voting record in the House was generally [[American conservatism|conservative]]<ref name="ea"/> Bush opposed the public accomod
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  • | nationality = American ...defeat of the [[secession]]ist [[Confederate States of America]] in the [[American Civil War]]. He introduced measures that resulted in the abolition of slave
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  • ..., [[1934]] – [[December_20|December 20]], [[1996]]) was an [[United States|American]] [[astronomer]], [[Astrobiology|astrobiologist]], and highly successful sc ...can Geophysical Union]], and as Chairman of the Astronomy Section of the [[American Association for the Advancement of Science]].
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  • 22:49 < mareklug> "While on wikipedia I keep an eye on the American Idol articles and the disambiguation of The Avengers, ER, Oscar, U.S. Open
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  • .... I'm a affiliate of the International Society for Sports Diet (ISSN), the American Academy of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and the National Backbone And Conditionin
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  • [[Category:American culture|Mouse, Mickey]]
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  • ===American Football=== *[[Bob Sapp]] - [[Kickboxing]], [[Mixed Martial Arts]] and previously American football
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  • ...ese ads obviously work, as the American Obesity Association estimates that American consumers spend over $30 billion per year trying to lose weight.<a href="ht
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  • ...= Oshinsky|first= David M.|editor= Alan Brinkley and Davis Dyer|title= The American Presidency |chapter= Harry Truman|year= 2004|publisher= Houghton Mifflin|lo ...i National Guard]] in 1905, and served in it until 1911. With the onset of American participation in World War I, he rejoined the Guard. At his physical in 190
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  • ...n The Onion in July 2006 with the title "Wikipedia Celebrates 750 Years of American Independence", while others may draw upon Wikipedia's statement that anyone In April 2007 the Pew Internet and American Life project found that one third of U.S. Internet users consulted Wikipedi
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  • [11:19:23] <Sir_Designer> or American? [11:19:36] <Lycurgus> probably American or United
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  • [18:43] <Joan> The eminent 20th-century Russian-American philosopher? [20:42] <Dragonfly6-7> "Jonah Adam Falcon (born July 29, 1970) is an American actor and writer from New York City, who is known for his large penis.[1]"
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  • 13:59 < NotASpy> aye, proper wind, none of this cheap nasty American pish that swirls around for 5 minutes and knocks down houses more flimsy th 17:03 < dtm_> martijnH: i know that there is the american copyright clause about informational/educational use, but i dont know if wi
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  • ...r II]], which caused many Shin temples to focus on rebuilding the Japanese-American Shin ''sangha'' rather than encourage outreach to non-Japanese. Today, many
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  • May 06 14:44:01 <foks> according to the New Oxford American Dictionary May 06 16:45:03 * Fluffernutter mentally casts tommorris in the next American Psycho film
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  • ...neither are articles on bestiality, paedophilia, coprophilia, and redneck American racists[33]. ...nd to Erickson. Similarly, both Grinder and Bandler were educated in North American universities. Also, the "subtext" of the above is that your behavior prompt
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  • [18:35] <newt> I'm going to go watch a hopefully terrible american sitcom
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  • 13:25 < BarkingFish> Jeremy Kyle's american show is just a glorified Jerry Springer ripoff, but his british version is 18:14 < GrenBaykre> Um... so is this a Japanese or American company? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/7-Eleven
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  • [18:38] <Mike_H> the American Music Association awards
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  • ...ost reasonable credit company of the many I have been a customer of, well, American Express is there also. 08:12 < kelapstick> American Express charges retailers fees that are double Master Card and Visa
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  • 03:29 < Steven_Zhang> probably spoken by an american. 13:17 < mareklug> like American Cheese, it is an oxymoron
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  • May 01 08:11:32 <Mike_H> I'm an American. May 01 08:57:55 <LauraHale> It is what every well healed poor American backpacker in Paihia is having tonight if they are not going to a pub.
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  • ...lug -- they have killed a classic livery -- http://www.airliners.net/photo/American-Airlines/Boeing-737-823/2214582/L/ ...1] <KimiNewt> Because (what they say at least) it's a free ticket into one american ladypants
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