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  1. Seville prepared for Europe's most glamorous wedding of World War IIDom Pedro d'Alcantara d'Orlans Bragana was marrying Princess Esperanza Rocio de.
  2. In the 12 to 15 minutes of shooting that followed, two Americ ans were wounded.
  3. Native Miami-ans Jessica Gonzalez, 17, left, and Antonio Prieto, 17, engage in a snowball fight in Harvard Yard in Cambridge, Mass.


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  1. "I am not going to get into the details of our conversations but I think it would be quite obvious that the United States would not be supportive of extra-constitutional me-ans," Rice told journalists travelling with her to Turkey.
    on Nov 2, 2007 By: Condoleezza Rice Source: GulfNews

  2. Michael Bay says: "I had the idea of these two stupid Transformers, Skids ans Mudflap. They're twins who can't stop bickering, but they do heroic things at the beginning of the movie."
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  3. "These enemies hate us, they hate our country, and they hate the liberties for which we stand," Cheney said. "They believe that Americ[ans] will lose our nerve and let down our guard. They are sorely mistaken."
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