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profile name: John Steinbeck profile occupation: Author
profile id: 524050
profile name: Brittany Murphy profile occupation: Film Actress
profile id: 9469191
profile name: Carl Sagan profile occupation: Astronomer
profile id: 9266149
profile name: Bobby Darin profile occupation: Film Actor, Singer
profile id: 282674
profile name: Elsa Einstein profile occupation:
profile id: 9271287
profile name: W. Edwards Deming profile occupation: Educator, Mathematician, Business Leader
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