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profile name: Edgar Degas profile occupation: Painter, Sculptor
profile id: 9542047
profile name: Babe Didrikson Zaharias profile occupation: Golfer, Track and Field Athlete
profile id: 9542325
profile name: Donald O'Connor profile occupation: Film Actor, Theater Actor, Dancer
profile id: 9221851
profile name: Clara Bow profile occupation: Film Actress
profile id: 38017
profile name: André Kertész profile occupation: Photographer
profile id: 9223773
profile name: Braxton Bragg profile occupation: General
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