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profile name: Napoleon profile occupation: Military Leader, Political Leader, Emperor
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profile name: Emilio Aguinaldo profile occupation: General, World Leader
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profile name: Francis Bacon profile occupation: Academic, Lawyer, Political Leader, Scientist, Academic Author
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profile name: Haile Selassie I profile occupation: Emperor
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profile name: Idi Amin profile occupation: Military Leader, World Leader
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profile name: Caligula profile occupation: Emperor
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