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  • ...eated in the year 2000 to recognize the millennium and the contribution of Oak Parkers to the world. It is not meant to be an acknowledgment of celebrity ...he world. Membership is determined by the nominating committee of the Oak Park Hall of Fame Foundation, composed of individuals who have distinguished th
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  • ...eated in the year 2000 to recognize the millennium and the contribution of Oak Parkers to the world. It is not meant to be an acknowledgment of celebrity ...he world. Membership is determined by the nominating committee of the Oak Park Hall of Fame Foundation, composed of individuals who have distinguished th
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  • *[http://www.illinoisauthors.org/authors/Leslie_Morris_Golden] Illinois Authors Listing [[Category:Actors]]
    5 KB (646 words) - 18:12, 25 September 2017
  • ...ce posed by the telemarketing industry, written by Les Golden of Oak Park, Illinois, is guaranteed to solve that yecchy problem. ...out loud at parties or at home . . . use as comedy audition dialogues for actors . . . give as the perfect fun gift . . . or use as a script when you get th
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  • ...udents. He graduated with High Honors and continued at M.I.T. with a grant from the [[National Institute of Mental Health]] for his Master’s Degree to de ...to work at the prestigious law firm of McDermott, Will and Emery, Chicago, Illinois, where he became a junior and then senior partner.
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  • ...tin Gardens, a wooded park near downtown Oak Park within walking distance from restaurants, Frank Lloyd Wright landmarks, and Metra and CTA trains. To at ...cnic before performances. Occasionally, special performances by the Oak Park Recorder Society or other pre-show events are presented. Special Family D
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  • ...eering in both churches for years. Lanny got his love of France and French from his mother, who had lived in France as a high society young woman. ...he Sorbonne, a study terminated prematurely by the 1929 stock market crash from which the family suffered significant losses.
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  • ...ckjack. Its production budget will be raised by loans taking advantage of Illinois income tax credits and federal income tax deductions. ...e book "Never Split Tens," a biographical novel by Les Golden of Oak Park, Illinois, based on the incredible true story of blackjack scholar Edward O. Thorp.
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  • | residence = Oak Park, [[State_Name::Illinois]] | known = Environmental Activism in the State of Illinois: preservation of trees, pesticide ban, inoculation of elm trees, combatin
    44 KB (6,824 words) - 13:14, 7 November 2017
  • | residence = Oak Park, [[State_Name::Illinois]], and [[City::Reno]], [[State_Name::Nevada]] ...or winning at biased roulette wheels. He currently resides in Oak Park, [[Illinois]], and [[Reno]], [[Nevada]].
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  • ...ical candidate spoof)</br> Scooter (boyhood athlete)</br>Richard Kullmann (park district inner sanctum infiltrator)</br>Clete (college baseball player)</br | residence = Oak Park, [[State_Name::Illinois]], and [[City::Reno]], [[State_Name::Nevada]]
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  • ...Leslie Detroit (college fraternity nickname)</br>Richard Kullman (Oak Park park district inner sanctum infiltrator)</br>Clete (college baseball player)</br | residence = Oak Park, [[State_Name::Illinois]], and [[City::Reno]], [[State_Name::Nevada]]
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  • ...Leslie Detroit (college fraternity nickname)</br>Richard Kullman (Oak Park park district inner sanctum infiltrator)</br>Clete (college baseball player)</br | residence = Oak Park, [[State_Name::Illinois]], and [[City::Reno]], [[State_Name::Nevada]]
    68 KB (9,798 words) - 12:30, 17 May 2014
  • ...Leslie Detroit (college fraternity nickname)</br>Richard Kullman (Oak Park park district inner sanctum infiltrator)</br>Clete (college baseball player)</br | residence = Oak Park, [[State_Name::Illinois]], and [[City::Reno]], [[State_Name::Nevada]]
    68 KB (9,798 words) - 12:29, 17 May 2014
  • ...Leslie Detroit (college fraternity nickname)</br>Richard Kullman (Oak Park park district inner sanctum infiltrator)</br>Clete (college baseball player)</br | residence = Oak Park, [[State_Name::Illinois]], and [[City::Reno]], [[State_Name::Nevada]]
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  • | residence = Oak Park, [[State_Name::Illinois]], and [[City::Reno]], [[State_Name::Nevada]] This is an interview with him from 2011 with Associated Press writer/editor Deborah Elwood.
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  • ...He acted in more than 100 films in roles covering a wide range of genres, from light comedy to serious drama. In his later years, Curtis made numerous tel ...H. And McCarty, John. ''International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers: Actors and Actresses'' (3rd Ed.) St. James Press (1997) pp. 275-277</ref> He often
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  • ...93 episodes. The title is based on the 1950s [[EC Comics]] series [[Tales from the Crypt (comics)|of the same name]] and most of the content originated in ...it was one of the few anthology series to be allowed to have full freedom from censorship by network [[standards and practices]]. As a result, HBO allowed
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  • ...riginally operated by one [[lever]] on the side of the machine as distinct from a button on the front panel and because of their ability to leave the playe ...by Merriam-Webster|work=merriam-webster.com}}</ref> "Fruit machine" comes from the traditional fruit images on the spinning reels, such as lemons and cher
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