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“Remains found at recycling plant identified as Seattle man remains were found July 8 at a Seattle recycling plant has been identified as a 53-year-old Seattle man.”
“It calls the 53-year-old Ai a maverick who lacks respect for China’s laws and has pushed the limits of legal tolerance.”
“The paper called the 53-year-old Ai a maverick and said he engaged in "legally ambiguous activities" and liked to do things ordinary people wouldn't dare to try.”
“Baah had been shot in the head and Aidoo had been stabbed and cut several times — apparently by Barnes and an accomplice, 53-year-old Samuel Culley Jr., police said.”
“The Appomattox rupture was caused by corrosion of the 53-year-old pipeline, which had been inspected three months earlier by a "smart pig," a computerized scanning device that travels through a pipeline searching for dings, dents or corrosion, but had not yet been repaired.”
“Yet Lee, the 53-year-old son of a Sunderland miner, is a persuasive campaigner and something of a wizard with winning bids.”
“I'm afraid the radiation could come to Thailand," said Sirima Patiphantakan, a 53-year-old shopkeeper in the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai.”
“Known as a notorious ladies man, 53-year-old Albert long eschewed marriage, and the constitution was even modified to ensure the continuity of the Grimaldi line, one of Europe's oldest dynasties, in case Albert never produced an heir.”
“He spoke with the putative son and arranged for DNA tests, and the results came back in October 2009: Ram Dass is the father of Peter Reichard, a 53-year-old banker in North Carolina who'd never heard of Ram Dass and was raised with no religion.”
“According to a court order issued by a Georgia judge on Wednesday, 53-year-old Mark Owen McLeod “has knowingly and willingly committed repeated acts of stalking against Miley Cyrus, her family, friends, fellow employees and employers.””
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