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  • She called the City of Buffalo Department of Public Works and relayed her concerns to an official in the water department.

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  • Church godsman and a somewhat sleepy and novice guardsman of the City Watch.

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  • The caption announced that the next day there would be a community awareness forum at True Bethel open to all residents of the City of Buffalo.

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  • This book was discovered in 1803 by Bossi and purchased by Cicognara for the City of Venice.

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  • While these gifts were stripped by covetous mothers at night, picking up the choicest relics for their own daughters—who in turn thought that their offerings had been taken up to heaven with Alma—for a period of several days the shrine was, according to Mayor Tom Bradley, “a spontaneous outpouring of generosity from the City of Angels.”

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  • Up ahead, the City of Ether came into view, and they all fell silent, leaning forward breathlessly.

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  • He stopped at the City Tavern, where others came to pay their respects, and later that afternoon dined with his suite, including Rochambeau and Knox, at the house of Robert Morris.

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  • On the conversion of the Del Monte airfields on Mindanao Island to landing strips for B-17 bombers, see the files of the MacArthur Memorial, MacArthur Square, operated by the City of Norfolk, Virginia.

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  • The residence of the bishop is at the City of Puno.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • After death, the body was conveyed from Tyburu in his lordship's landau, drawn by six horses, to Surgeon's Hall in the City of London; and there, after being disembowelled and cut open in the neck and breast, was exposed to public view in a room on the first floor.

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