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The Property of Michael Gray, If Found

4 April 2013

2:00 PM

4 April 2013

2:00 PM

A sample of things people should know about,
or have heard of, whether they’re 12 or not:
George Washington, George Gershwin, George Eliot,
Henry Ford, Charlie Chaplin, Elvis Presley, Jane Austen,

Albert Einstein, Charles Darwin, Florence Nightingale,
the Beatles, Bob Dylan, Muhammad Ali,
Roger Federer, Queen Victoria, Snow White,
Bing Crosby, Saint Paul, Emily Bronte, the dromedary,

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