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  • Jerome Bettis, nicknamed "The Bus" (born February 16, 1972 in Detroit, Michigan), is a former American football halfback for the NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers
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  • America, bordering the Commonwealth realm of Canada. Its largest city is Detroit, which is known as being the center of the American automobile industry
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  • on top of Nathan's tie) Well? Nathan Detroit: ...No bet. (Sky removes his hand) Polka Dots! Only Nathan Detroit could blow a grand on polka dots! Marlon
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  • 1925) is a former professional ice hockey forward who played for the Detroit Red Wings and Chicago Black Hawks. During his playing career, he helped
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  • National Hockey League for the New York Rangers, Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings and Pittsburgh Penguins. Management wins Stanley Cups. Players
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  • December 10, 1974) is an American drummer from Detroit best known for her work with Jack White in the Detroit rock duo The White Stripes. After she played
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  • 19, 1957, in Boston, Massachusetts) is currently the head coach of the Detroit Shock in the WNBA, and is also a former basketball player in the NBA.
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  • Detroit Rock City is a 1999 American comedy film about four teenagers in a Kiss cover band who try to see their idols in Detroit in 1978. Directed by Adam
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  • Michael B. Smith (born October 17, 1946 in Detroit) is an American chemist and Professor of Chemistry at University of Connecticut. Michael B. Smith
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  • White Stripes are a Grammy Award-winning American rock music duo from Detroit, composed of songwriter Jack White on guitar, piano, lead vocals, and Meg
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  • May 23, 1958) is a sportswriter, novelist, newspaper columnist for the Detroit Free Press, syndicated radio host, and TV commentator. "Do the kinds
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  • Sarah A. Webster (August 26, 2005). "GM price plan may squeeze industry". Detroit Free Press. Retrieved on 2008-12-26.  Pudge is so old, they didn't have
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  • Hezbollah, or for or against Israel. In response to a question from a Detroit TV reporter, August 2006 Quoted in Henry Payne (2006-08-03). "Side with
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  • directed by Paul Verhoeven. It features a dystopian near-future, set in Detroit, Michigan. Violent crime is out of control, and the city is in financial
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  • Nothing but a circus, with clowns and all. You had one right here in Detroit — I saw it on television — with clowns leading it, white clowns and black
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  • 2006) "Jimmy Kimmel Loves Detroit - The Late-Night Host Makes Nice As He Brings His Show To The City For Super Bowl Week", Detroit Free Press, p. 1M. I don't
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  • Robert Louis Kahn (born 1918, in Detroit, Michigan) is an American psychologist and social scientist, specializing in organizational theory and survey
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  • durables and automobiles. M K Stalin, in Chennai has emerged as India's Detroit (20 April 2014) Industry-friendly government policies, proximity to the
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  • support the groups. Paul Egan, "Feds tie Dearborn charity to terror". The Detroit News. July 25, 2007. Retrieved on 2007-07-25.  Although Hezbollah and
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  • doing. We've got to get off fossil fuels." "The Long View: Iacocca Says Detroit Is Living in the Past", Morning Edition, NPR, 26 April 2007 It pains me
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