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“The bus driver was described as a 55-year-old man who was working for North Suburban Transportation of Woburn.”
“A body found in the Des Plaines River last week has been identified as a 55-year-old Rolling Meadows woman, authorities said.”
“They were tentatively identified as 55-year-old Danny Joe Summers, of Sugar City, and 47-year-old Jodi Wyatt, of Rexburg.”
“Captain Frederick van Wyk of Cape Town police said: "An incident occurred last night at about 9.15pm at a hotel in Claremont where a 55-year-old British citizen, who worked as an Australian commentator, committed suicide.”
“The 55-year-old was interviewed for the England job in 2006 but moved to Italy when the RFU appointed Brian Ashton.”
“People who know Mr. Paz warn not to underestimate the 55-year-old, a St. Louis Cardinals fan who has stuck close to his Midwestern roots.”
“Based in Pune, the 55-year-old director of Spear Logistics hopes to import at least 30 of these vehicles, each costing Rs 33 lakh, this year itself, a bold decision for someone whose main business is providing warehousing services to firms such as Siemens, Cummins and Shell.”
“For example, a family of four headed by a 55-year-old earning $31,389 in 2014 dollars 134% of the federal poverty line in a high-cost area will get a subsidy of $22,740.”
“She's an intellectual counterweight to John Roberts," said Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., referring to the conservative, 55-year-old chief justice appointed in 2005 by President George W. Bush.”
“One 55-year-old Han Chinese woman, who runs a restaurant near the one attacked on Sunday, said she had seen the police pursuing the suspects afterward.”
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