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American diplomacy is as old as the country itself.
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Social Security office in Baltimore, Maryland.
Try and say “she sells sea shells by the sea shore” three times very fast.
If it's all Greek to you, you'll have a hand up solving today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game Tuesday Test Time challenge.
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My grandfather on my mother’s side is named Joseph. His son is also named Joseph. Not Joseph Junior. Not Joseph II. Just Joseph.
Felix Baumgartner prepares to make a 96,000 foot test jump.
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