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profile name: Lee Marvin profile occupation: Film Actor
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profile name: Ingrid Bergman profile occupation: Actress
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profile name: Brigham Young profile occupation: Missionary
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profile name: Atahualpa profile occupation: Emperor
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profile name: Eamon de Valera profile occupation: World Leader
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profile name: John Fletcher profile occupation: Playwright
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