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profile name: Roald Dahl profile occupation: Author
profile id: 595780
profile name: Larry Hagman profile occupation: Theater Actor, Television Actor, Television Producer
profile id: 20641565
profile name: Roy Acuff profile occupation: Singer
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profile name: Elbridge Gerry profile occupation: Governor, U.S. Vice President
profile id: 9365507
profile name: Klaus Kinski profile occupation: Film Actor
profile id: 235820
profile name: Spade Cooley profile occupation: Film Actor, Television Actor, Murderer, Musician
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The 1980s were an important era in London marked by several significant social and historical events. On July 29, 1981 the United Kingdom saw the wedding of Prince Charles and Princess Diana. The new Princess of Wales soon became a cultural icon—noted for her patronage, charity work and refined sense of fashion. Another history maker, Margaret Thatcher, served as Britain's first female prime minister, soon establishing herself as the authoritative "Iron Lady." Biography.com looks at these powerful women and the many other figures of the '80s, who made their mark on the decade.
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Some went where no man had gone before. Icons like Jacqueline Cochran, Mae C. Jemison, Annie Smith Peck and Zora Neale Hurston have held the torch for women to follow in the fields of anthropology, astronautics, aviation and mountain climbing. Take a look at some of the world’s top women adventurers and the terrains they’ve explored.
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Bootleggers, smugglers, drug dealers, hit men—all these occupations are the provenance of mobsters, who operate in ethnic, family and business networks. Mobsters' real life crimes, and Hollywood's fascination with them, has earned them a special place in the American imagination. From Al Capone's Chicago crime ring to Bugsy Siegel's Las Vegas racket, these mobsters have made their names notorious from coast to coast.
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