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  • Blatstein, who brought the Piazza at Schmidts to Northern Liberties, called the 87-year-old building a "natural bookend" for his development plan.

    PhillyDeals

  • After retiring in 2003, 87-year-old Erika Weidner recently landed a job collecting tickets at a movie theater in Maplewood, N.J., making $7.25 an hour, four hours a week.

    More Elderly Find They Can't Afford Not to Work

  • Passenger Manuel Iglesias, an 87-year-old retiree, supported the measure.

    Era of Argentine Subsidies Ending

  • And now Mosfilm, the 87-year-old titan of Soviet and Russian film production—famed for works by masters such as Sergei Eisenstein and Andrei Tarkovsky, as well as genre films from adventure tales to musicals—has taken a leap into that river.

    A Russian Titan Embraces the Web

  • Mr. Mugabe, an 87-year-old former guerrilla leader who has led the nation since 1980, demands an election as early as this year or the first quarter of next year.

    Firms in Zimbabwe Told to Yield Control to Blacks

  • "There were many more mariners here before and wealthy people who owned boats and yachts," said 87-year-old Anthony Pontecorvo , who was born in City Island and owned Buddy's Hardware and Marine Supplies store until he sold it recently.

    City Island Enclave

  • Analysts point to the diminishing grip of PAP's old guard—led by 87-year-old Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore's first and longest-serving prime minister—and the success of online media in blunting the opinion-shaping power of traditional news sources.

    Singapore's Heated Election a Surprise

  • Analysts say Solomon Mujuru's death is likely to intensify turmoil in President Robert Mugabe's ZANU-PF party over the question of who will succeed the 87-year-old president.

    Zimbabwe Power Broker Dies in Fire

  • The 87-year-old Hwang, a former party secretary and Kim Il Sung University president, had defected 13 years ago and become one of the most outspoken and harshest critics of the Kim family regime.

    World Watch

  • Furthermore, TALDF lawyers would have to show that the long-retired 87-year-old professor had suffered actual financial loss, such as getting fired from his job or having a contract canceled as a direct result of the article.

    Harut Sassounian: Apology for Vilifying One Man, Yet No Apology for Killing 1.5 Million

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