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CREEPY CRAWLIES (continued): • There’s a difference between an insect and a bug. A bug is actually an insect with characteristics other insects don’t have, such as a stylet mouth (one that is shaped like a straw) that is used to suck plant juices. True bugs have thickened front wings, which are colored close to the body, but clearer and thinner at the wing’s hind end. Cicadas, aphids, and stink bugs are truly bugs, but ticks, beetles, and flies are not. • Perhaps one of the most unpopular crawlies is the cockroach. It is one of the most adaptable creatures on Earth, which makes getting rid of them very difficult. There are more than 4,000 species of this pest worldwide. They are cold-blooded and can live without food for a month. They can even survive for a week without a head. Because they breathe through little holes in each body segment, they don’t need a mouth or head to breathe. After a week of being unable to drink water, they die of thirst. A cockroach is able to hold its breath for 40 minutes, and can survive being under water for 30 minutes. No wonder they are so hard to get rid of! It doesn’t take long for a cockroach to spread bacteria throughout a home – they can run 3 miles per hour (4.8 kg/hr). Although the average cockroach is _” to 2” long (1.3 to 5 cm), one South American species is 6” long (15.2 cm) and has a 12” (30.5 cm) wingspan. • In the British Isles, the ladybug is called the ladybird. The ladybug is a type of beetle that can be red, yellow, black, grey, or brown, depending on the species, and might have spots, stripes, or no markings at all. Red and orange ladybugs have seven spots, three on each side and one in the middle. The number of spots has nothing to do with this beetle’s age. The number and placement of spots are determined by its species and are fixed well before the ladybug is born.

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CREEPY CRAWLIES (continued): • Many countries, including Russia, Turkey, and Italy consider the ladybug a sign of good luck and those folks will make a wish when one is sighted. Ladybugs are very useful creatures, as they feed on aphids and other garden pests. • Termites cause nearly $5 billion in damage every year. These wood-destroying insects can destroy a home from the inside out before a homeowner even notices. Add up the weight of all the humans on Earth, and it will be less than the total weight of all the world’s termites! About 10% of the world’s animals are termites. Damp wood is an ideal nesting place for termites. So avoid infestation by dealing with leaking plumbing issues immediately. Be sure water drains away from the house, don’t stack any wood next to your home, and keep an 18” (45 cm) gap between soil and your foundation. Although termites can be extremely destructive, they can be ecologically beneficial. They break down dead and decaying trees in the forest into rich new soil. • Another 10% of the world’s animals are ants, with at least 1.5 million ants for every human being on the planet. There are more than 12,000 species of ants, and they can be found on every continent except Antarctica. One acre of Amazon rainforest is home to up to 3.5 million ants. Ants are hardy creatures, able to survive 24 hours underwater, with many varieties able to swim. They are the longest living of all insects, with a life span of up to 30 years. When seeking food, the colony sends out a scout ant, who wanders about until it finds a food source. After eating some of the food, the ant heads back to the nest in a straight line, leaving a trail of secreted pheromones, a scent that the other ants will be able to follow back to the food.

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•On May 25, 1878, Gilbert and Sullivan’s “HMS Pinafore” premieres at the Opera-Comique in London, beginning a near-record run of 571 performances. The story of Pinafore concerns a First Lord of the Admiralty who is thwarted in his attempt to woo and marry the beautiful young daughter of a British Navy ship’s captain.

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• On May 21, 1901, Connecticut becomes the first state to pass a law regulating motor vehicles, limiting their speed to 12 mph in cities and 15 mph on country roads. The proposed legislation had requested a speed limit of 8 mph within city limits. • On May 23, 1911, the New York Public Library, the largest marble structure ever constructed in the United States, is dedicated in New York City. The day after its dedication, some 40,000 citizens passed through to make use of a collection that already consisted of more than a million books. • On May 19, 1935, T.E. Lawrence, a former British Army officer known to the world as Lawrence of Arabia, dies as a retired Royal Air Force mechanic living under an assumed name. The legendary war hero, author and archaeological scholar succumbed to injuries suffered in a motorcycle accident six days earlier. • On May 20, 1969, Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.), in a Senate speech, condemns the battle for Ap Bia Mountain in Vietnam, which had become known as “Hamburger Hill.” During the intense fighting, 597 North Vietnamese were reported killed and U.S. casualties were 56 killed and 420 wounded. • May 24, 1989, “Sex, lies and videotape,” the debut feature from the 26-year-old writer-director Steven Soderbergh, wins the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival. The $1.2 million film was aggressively marketed by its distributor, Miramax Films, and went on to gross some $26 million. (c) 2014 King Features Synd., Inc.

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FAMOUS CANADIANS: DAN AYKROYD Did you know that famous funny-man Dan Aykroyd hails from Canada? Here’s the scoop on this Ontario-born actor, comedian, and screenwriter. • Aykroyd was born in Ottawa on Canada Day, July 1, 1952. His father, a civil engineer, was a policy advisor to Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, while his mother worked as a secretary. Dan was born with two unusual physical characteristics, syndactyly, meaning he has webbed toes, and heterchromia – his right eye is green and his left eye is brown. • It was Aykroyd’s original ambition to become a priest, and he attended Catholic academies until age 17. He switched gears and decided, as the grandson of a Canadian Mountie, to study criminology and sociology at Carleton University, although he dropped out before finishing. For a time, he worked as a mail sorter for the Canadian postal service, as a train brakeman, and as a surveyor. • Aykroyd started out in comedy in assorted Canadian nightclubs. He met John Belushi in Toronto where Belushi was scouting out talent for the National Lampoon series. In 1975, the pair were hired for the new latenight show Saturday Night Live. Aykroyd, hired as a writer and doubling as a cast member, was just 23, the youngest on staff. For the program’s first four seasons he established himself as a talented impersonator, famously mimicking Jimmy Carter, Richard Nixon, Julie Child, and Rod Serling. He was the well-known father of SNL’s Conehead family and one of the “wild and crazy guys” alongside Steve Martin. Aykroyd received an Emmy Award for his writing in 1977, and four other nominations during his tenure. He and Belushi created the black-suited, sunglass-wearing Blues Brothers duo for the show and took it to the big screen in 1980 with a highly successful movie.

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Cooking the Books When the Department of Veterans Affairs sends out a press release concerning allegations about one of its hospitals, you know big stuff is in the works. And when two U.S. senators (John McCain and Jeff Flake of Arizona) jump in and ask for a probe, heads are going to roll. In this case, they’re asking the VA Office of the Inspector General to investigate “delays in care” in Phoenix. The senators didn’t mince words concerning allegations that as many as 40 veterans in Arizona died while waiting for their medical appointments, and specifically that hospitals were keeping secret waiting lists to fudge the wait-time numbers. What’s disturbing is that this isn’t new news. I’ve written about it here. It’s happened before. If you want to fudge the numbers for appointment wait times, here’s how you do it: --If you make an appointment that’s more than 30 days out, wait and then cancel the appointment. Immediately reschedule it for the same date, making the books look like the appointment had a shorter wait time. --Keep a separate set of books. Don’t put all the appointment requests in the official system. Keep a list off to the side and put them in later, to cut the perceived wait time. --Insist that patients appear in person to make an appointment. That’ll definitely cut the numbers down. The VAOIG has visited this topic before (Google “Audit of Alleged Manipulation of Waiting Times in Veterans Integrated Service Network 3” for what was uncovered in another state), and I’m sure they’ll do a fine job unearthing the truth about Arizona. Bottom line: As long as upper management bonuses are tied to reductions in wait times, among other performance measures, this kind of thing isn’t going to stop. Freddy Groves regrets that he cannot personally answer reader questions, but will incorporate them into his column whenever possible. Send email to columnreply2@ gmail.com.

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Plastic and electronics make it all too easy to keep an arm’s length from your finances. But in return for that convenience, you give up your privacy and control. Financial wizards have predicted for years that we would become a “cashless society,” and we’re almost there. Consider: When you make a purchase with a card, a record is made of your transaction. When you dine out, a record is created of where you went and how much you spent. If you bought a bottle of wine at the liquor store, there’s a record of that, too. Consider: It’s believed by many that grocery stores that offer loyalty cards amass records of your purchases and sell them, at least to advertisers and possibly insurance companies. Consider: Insurance companies might take a close look at you based on your purchases and activities. Do you want them to know that you’re still buying sweets when you’re overweight and a borderline diabetic? Consider: When you pay with plastic, you spend more. There’s no immediate realization that you’re now minus the amount you just put on your card because you haven’t touched any actual cash. What to do: • When you go to the bank to deposit your check, take out more cash than you need for your immediate expenses. When you make a purchase, pay cash. If you make a large purchase, pay cash and you might even negotiate a deal with the merchant who won’t need to pay creditcard fees out of his profits. Put away what you don’t immediately need so you’re not carrying around a lot of cash. But keep cash, always, available. • Manage your own bill-paying by writing checks, and avoid automatic bill paying. Sitting down with a paper bill will allow you to spot errors, as well as keep control of what gets paid when. • Never make a purchase or payment with your cellphone. The security on those is even less than computers. • If you have one of the “tap” credit cards for emergencies (it works by tapping once on a device at the cash register), request one without that feature. Tap cards can be read several feet away if someone has a card reader. Bottom line: Don’t give up your privacy and control for the sake of ease and convenience. Research “cashless society” online and determine if that’s where you want to go. David Uffington regrets that he cannot personally answer reader questions, but will incorporate them into his column whenever possible. Send email to columnreply2@ gmail.com.

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DEAR DR. ROACH: Two years ago, at age 90, my gynecologist told me that I did not need to see him anymore because of my age. When I mentioned this to my daughter, she became outraged, and said that I need to continue my mammograms and visits to the doctor. What is your opinion? -- I.W. ANSWER: This is actually three questions in one, and none of them is easy. How long do you “need” to continue Pap smears and mammograms, and do you need to keep seeing your gynecologist? The Pap smear question actually is the easiest, since there is very good evidence that a woman who has had normal Pap smears regularly until age 65 is very unlikely to get cervical cancer. This does not apply to anyone with a history of cancer. When to stop mammograms is controversial. I feel that they can continue in healthy women indefinitely, but especially in the presence of some other serious disease, a woman over 75 could choose to stop. I still recommend a regular visit with the gynecologist. Even if a mammogram or Pap smear isn’t being done, the gynecologist can discuss other concerns and do an exam. Questions about breast cancer and its treatment are found in the booklet on that subject. To obtain a copy, write: Dr. Roach -- No. 1101W, Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. Enclose a check or money order (no cash) for $4.75 U.S./$6 Canada with the recipient’s printed name and address. Please allow four weeks for delivery. DEAR DR. ROACH: Our 48-year-old son has been diagnosed with pityriasis rubra pilaris. He is miserable with the burning, red rash and the loss of skin cells. He now has extremely

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ANSWER: Pityriasis rubra pilaris (PRP) is a rare inflammatory skin disease of unknown cause. Generalized redness, sometimes with islands of unaffected skin, is common. Scaly plaques and raised red bumps also occur. There are several treatments that have been effective for some people, but nothing is effective for everybody. Vitamin A derivatives are the usual first treatment, but morepowerful medicines often are needed. As is so often the case for rare diseases, finding the most experienced local expert (in this case, a dermatologist) can lead to better treatment for your son. I found a support group at www.prp-support.org.

DEAR DR. ROACH: Americans are infatuated with grilling, barbecuing and charring meat -- all forms of hightemperature cooking. Isn’t charred food carcinogenic, leading to stomach and colon cancers? -- S.B. ANSWER: Yes, charred meat is carcinogenic, at least according to the preponderance of the data. In fact, increased red meat of any kind probably increases overall cancer risk, but hightemperature cooking creates several kinds of toxic chemicals and increases colon cancer risk specifically. There is some evidence that leaner cuts of red meat aren’t as dangerous, and also that marinating, especially in wine, reduces the production of the dangerous chemicals. I recommend limiting consumption of high-temperature-cooked red meats. Dr. Roach regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but will incorporate them in the column whenever possible. Readers may email questions to ToYourGoodHealth@med.cornell.edu. To view and order health pamphlets, visit www.rbmamall.com, or write to P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. (c) 2014 North America Synd., Inc.

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May 24, 2014 10:00 AM Location: 34139 Bashan Road, Longbottom, OH

Directions: (From Columbus or Ravenswood): ST RT 33 take Racine Exit on Bashan Road , turn Left 4.5 miles on Left, (From Racine): take Bashan Road, 6.5 miles towards Tuppers Plains WE HAVE BEEN COMMISSIONED TO SELL THE PERSONAL PROPERTY OF THE LATE MR. & MRS. PITZER. MR. AND MRS. PITZER LIVED ON THIS FARM FOR OVER 50 YEARS, WHERE THEIR FARM LIFE AND COUNTRY INTEREST IS EVIDENT IN THE QUALITY MERCHANDISE THAT REMAINS.

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Case 580c backhoe, Ford 3000, Ford 6610, New Holland haybine, 488 and a 474, Ford round baler, New Holland square baler, 10’ brush hog, steel wheel grain drill Oliver seeder, Working saw mill (to be removed by buyer), hay rake, 2-3 bottom plows, 6’ brush hog, (2) car trailers, (2) hay wagons, John Deere tractor with forks, Metal lathe, and wood lathe, harrow.

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Drill Press, band saw, wood lathe, Craftsman wrenches and other brands, hammers, saws, impact tools, grinders, Lincoln welder, 3 torch sets, tire changer, bottle jacks, floor jack, Stihl 441 chain saw, chain saw sharpening tools, Craftsman tool boxes, nuts and bolts, tire changer. rototiller, C clamps, gas cans, chain fall, torque wrench, battery charger, several USA brand vices, & more.

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Winchester Model 30, 12 Ga., Glenfield Model 60, Mass. Arms Co. Dec 11, 1900 12 Ga. Single Shot 12 Ga., Marlin Model 81-dl 22 Shot.. bolt action, 50 cal., Winchester Richardson 12 Ga. Single Shot THIS IS JUST A PARTIAL LISTING. WE ARE STILL UNPACKING AND SORTING FOR THIS AUCTION! WE ALSO BUY ANTIQUES, COLLECTABLES, FURNITURE, HOUSEHOLDS, ESTATES, & BUSINESS INVENTORIES! CALL US TODAY OR REFER US! NOW ACCEPTING QUALITY CONSIGNMENTS --PLEASE CALL TO MAKE ARRANGEMENTS.

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They Lived to be 100 The U.S. Census Bureau has released a long-term research report on the differences between centenarians and seniors who are age 65 and older. Pulling in data from a previous report, Centenarians 2010, this research is an overview of 2007 to 2011 and focuses on marital status, education, veteran status, income and poverty levels. Here’s what it learned: -- Women made up the majority of those who had lived a century or more, at 81 percent. In the over-65 group, women were at 57 percent. -- Marital status: Most centenarians (82 percent) were widowed. Because of age, the over-65 group had a lower rate of 29 percent widowed. -- Education: A surprising 43 percent of centenarians did not finish high school. In the over 65 age group, 23 percent didn’t receive a diploma. Of those who went on to college, 15 percent of centenarians earned a bachelor’s degree or higher, with 21 percent of the over-65 group earning a degree. -- Veterans: Only 0.5 percent of women centenarians were veterans, but the number wasn’t much higher for women in the over65 group, with 1.15 percent veterans. -- Income: Of the centenarians, 83 percent received Social Security, compared to 88 percent of the over-65 group. The amount of benefits was lower, of course, for the centenarians because Social Security is based on what you put into the system. Of the centenarians, 17 percent lived in poverty, compared to 9 percent of the over-65 group. Want to live to be a centenarian? Dr. Thomas Perls, co-author of “Living to 100: Lessons in Living to Your Maximum Potential at Any Age,” has some tips: Be adaptable and flexible. Get rid of stress. Be optimistic. Exercise. Own a pet. Those are good goals for people of any age. Matilda Charles regrets that she cannot personally answer reader questions, but will incorporate them into her column whenever possible. Send email to columnreply2@gmail. com.

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WE TEACH ALL AGES, ADULTS & TEENS www.bitangakarate.com

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RYAN BROWNING MASONRY No Job Too BIG Or Too Small FREE ESTIMATES • RESIDENTIAL

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FREE TRANSPORTATION TO NON EMERGENCY MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS FOR QUALIFIED/APPROVED MEDICAID RECIPIENTS LIVING IN GALLIA CO.

IN COUNTY OR OUT OF STATE TRANSPORTS AVAILABLE. 740-612-5907 or twogirlsandaguyllc@yahoo.com

CALL, WRITE, OR EMAIL FOR ADVERTISING AS LOW AS $25 PER MONTH MASSIE PUBLISHING LLC, PO BOX 236, GALLIPOLIS, OH email: mm@lovemytidbits.com

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98 SETTY ROAD, ALBANY, OH 45710

ACCOMODATES 10 RESIDENTS

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SKILLED NURSING CARE NEED A BIT OF ASSISTANCE? WE’RE HERE FOR YOU, LET’S DISCUSS HOW WE CAN BEST HELP YOU...

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STUMP REMOVAL 740-288-5025 RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL COVERING JACKSON, VINTON, MEIGS, & GALLIA

CALL DAVE FOR ALL OF OUR SERVICES CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED

BOBBY’S HELPING HANDS

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24 ur Ho orm ge St ma Da

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Ho 24 S t Da o ur m rm ag e

1951 CORA MILL RD, Gallipolis, OH

Patch Work • Complete Tear Off 3 Tab • Dimensional or Metal Roofing Chimney Flashing Repair Vinyl Siding

3 YEAR LABOR WARRANTY FREE ESTIMATES PAYMENT PLANS AVAILABLE IN BUSINESS SINCE 1987

10% DISCOUNT

with use of Metal and Accessories from Troyer Metal, 115 Deckard Road, Bidwell, OH (1/4 mile from Tycoon Lake)

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Te l l T h e m Yo u S a w I t I n T i d b i t s ® Troyer Metal Roofing & Siding

Offering High Quality Windows & Glass Doors REPLACING YOUR OLD WINDOWS, OR BUILDING A NEW HOME, WE CAN ORDER ANY SIZE WINDOWS TO CUSTOM FIT YOUR NEEDS. WITH OR WITHOUT GRIDS CheCk Us OUt at 115 DeCkarD rD, BiDwell, Oh 45614 (1/4 mile frOm tyCOOn lake) Or mail Us Your Phone # & We Will Call You ••• oPen Mon thru Fri 7 aM to 6 PM Sat 7 aM to noon


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For Advertising Call (740) 446-4543

EASTMAN’S Prices Effective: Sunday, May 18 thru Saturday, May 24, 2014

Open Memorial Day Ground Fresh Daily, Family Pack

Fresh 81% Lean Ground Chuck

Previously Frozen, Best Buy

Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast

1.88

Vine Ripe Tomatoes

Domino Granulated Sugar

lb

Boneless Center Cut Pork Chops

99

Red, Ripe Slicing

4 lb bag

Tender Choice, Family Pack

1.99

¢

2.88

12 pk/12 oz cans, Selected Varieties lb

Super Chill Soda

3.99

Red Ripe lb

Seedless Watermelon

8 ct pkg, Hamburger or Hot Dog

Foodland Buns

BUY 2 PARTICIPATING ITEMS, SAVE $1.00 INSTANTLY WITH PURCHASE AND YOUR FOODLAND REWARDS CARD

DEAR CUSTOMERS: Starting Wednesday June 11, Foodland circulars will be advertised Wednesday through Tuesday every week to better serve you.

5/ 10 $

9.99

ea

Includes: 3 Legs, 3 Breasts, 3 Thighs & 3 Wings

12 Piece Deli Fried Chicken

ea


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Hershberger’s Country Store “New Apple” Ceramic Bread Box • Clock • Canister Set • Dinnerware Coffe Set • Napkin Holder with Salt & Pepper Shakers & More Check Out Our Moon & Stars Glasswares Collectables In Pink & Cobalt Blue & Our Beautiful Handcrafted Home Decor Beautiful Selection of Rhythm USA Motion Clocks

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Come Visit Us At 1870 Boggs Road, Patriot, OH 45658

Closed Sunday & Holidays

DELIVERY OR BUILD -ON-SITE ALL BARNS, CABINS, COTTAGES, & SHEDS ARE AVAILABLE IN ALL SIZES With Optional Features That Include: Vinyl Siding • Metal Siding • Metal Roof • Treated Floors Porches • Service Doors • Windows • Ramps Overhead Lofts • Roll-up Doors

From Huntington, WV: Take Rt. 7 North to Gallipolis, OH, take 141 West to 775 South (watch for signs at intersection) turn left onto Boggs Road From Ripley/Ravenswood, WV: take Rt. 2 South to Pt.Pleasant, WV, then take Rt. 35 West to Gallipolis, OH, Take 7 South to 141 West to 775 South (watch for signs at intersection) turn Left onto Boggs Rd. From Charleston, WV: Take Rt. 35 to Gallipolis, OH, then 7 South to 141, West to 775 South, (watch for signs at intersection) turn left onto Boggs Road

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FAST TIME TRANSPORTATION

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CALL ROB @ 740-972-0895 TIME TRANSPORTATION FAST WE GO ANYWHERE! 740-972-0895

Answers By Chris Richcreek 1. Steve Carlton, in 1967. 2. Brady Anderson, Jim Gentile, Rafael Palmeiro and Frank Robinson. 3. It was 1958. 4. Larry Bird (1986) and Michael Jordan (1991-93). 5. Martin Brodeur (2000), Jose Theodore (2001), Evgeni Nabokov (2002), Mika Noronen (2004) and Chris Mason (2006). 6. He won the silver medal in the luge. 7. It was 1972.

ANSWERS: 1) Neither 2) Saul 3) Mischief 4) Bodie 5) Nun 6) Moab

Answers 1. “The Munsters” 2. 13 3. Hoovervilles (named after President Hoover) 4. Marley 5. Bolivia 6. 1972 7. Brussels, Belgium 8. Winslow Homer 9. The Sahara Desert 10. Abraham Lincoln

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