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  • The New York performance on November 25, 1934 was performed in English under the title The Pioneers of Israel.

    Israeli Folk Dance Pioneers in North America.

  • Although the landscape of The Pioneers is explicitly

    Money, Matrimony, and Memory: Secondary Heroines in Radcliffe, Austen, and Cooper

  • The dug in German Pioneers were a scary prospect with their assault a/t of 4.

    Archive 2005-03-01

  • The dug in German Pioneers were a scary prospect with their assault a/t of 4.

    Camp Cromwell 10/03/2005

  • In 2000, the Bush campaign recruited a core team of "Pioneers" -- premier fund-raisers who brought in $100,000 apiece by "bundling" $1,000 donations from rich friends and associates.

    We're In The Money

  • NOTE: Bonnie McElveen-Hunter went on to become one of the "Pioneers"--people who raised at least $100,000--for the 2000 Bush for President campaign.

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  • NOTE: Bonnie McElveen-Hunter went on to become one of the "Pioneers"--people who raised at least $300,000--of the 2000 Bush for President campaign.

    Archive 2004-03-15

  • NOTE: Bonnie McElveen-Hunter went on to become one of the "Pioneers"--people who raised at least $100,000--for the 2000 Bush for President campaign.

    Archive 2004-04-27

  • NOTE: Bonnie McElveen-Hunter went on to become one of the "Pioneers"--people who raised at least $300,000--of the 2000 Bush for President campaign.

    Archives de la Stan

  • NOTE: Bonnie McElveen-Hunter went on to become one of the "Pioneers"--people who raised at least $100,000--for the 2000 Bush for President campaign.

    Archives de la Stan

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