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profile name: Elpidio Quirino profile occupation: World Leader
profile id: 9352584
profile name: Henry James profile occupation: Author
profile id: 9330697
profile name: Paul Harvey profile occupation: Radio Personality
profile id: 38240
profile name: Henry R. Luce profile occupation: Publisher
profile id: 9474507
profile name: Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. profile occupation: Historian, Academic Author
profile id: 9243737
profile name: Owen Chamberlain profile occupation: Physicist
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