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profile name: Paul Revere profile occupation: Folk Hero
profile id: 10367544
profile name: John Wayne Gacy profile occupation: Serial Killer
profile id: 9483912
profile name: Shel Silverstein profile occupation: Illustrator, Songwriter, Author, Poet
profile id: 9351451
profile name: Stonewall Jackson profile occupation: Educator, General
profile id: 9260899
profile name: Joan Crawford profile occupation: Film Actress, Theater Actress, Dancer, Pin-up
profile id: 9386921
profile name: Louis XV profile occupation: King
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