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“The band of the 81st was a great source of amusement to the citizens.”
“Overview: Alas, the 81st Annual Academy Awards did not deliver a coveted Oscar for Best Actor to a pugnacious Boomer fighter, Mickey Rourke.”
“The posse took officer Adrian Schoolcraft from his Queens home to Jamaica Hospital after he had exposed Brooklyn officers who downgraded crimes from felonies to misdemeanors to make the 81st precinct, where Schoolcraft worked, appear safer than it actually was.”
“Last year, the department charged the commander of the 81st precinct and four other officers with manipulating crime statistics.”
“In 2009, police officer Adrian Schoolcraft, an eight-year veteran assigned to Brooklyn's 81st precinct, echoed the charges of the two police unions four years before.”
“Kelly turned over audits of other precincts but refused to provide those of the 81st precinct, saying their release would imperil the NYPD's continuing investigations.”
“The kingdom recently celebrated its 81st anniversary and it has a long way to go when it comes to women's rights.”
“Pablo, who took the captain's armband when Soldado was replaced by Aritz Aduriz, curled in a fifth in the 68th minute, Aduriz muscled his way through the defence to make it 6-0 two minutes later and Tino Costa added the seventh in the 81st.”
“Under this backdrop and literally across the street and one block from the Mormon Temple in Salt Lake City, I was invited to present a keynote address to the delegates at the 81st Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association on April 16, 2011.”
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