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Tuscumbia, Alabama, which is only famous for being the birthplace of Hellen Keller, and now Cynthia Bailey from Housewives of Atlanta.
Carl thought of Abraham Lincoln, whose birthplace he passes every day on his commute, and how a leader is remembered by how he finishes.
Alex is accustomed to moving through uncertainty, as a serial entrepreneur and having emigrated as a child from his birthplace, Ukraine, to Israel, where he attended the University of Tel Aviv, arriving in the United States at age 22.
It will serve as a hub for research on sanitation policy, an incubator for rural activism, and — advocates hope — a birthplace for a better, greener way of managing waste.
Yet, in places where many people live within a half-hour drive of their birthplace, it’s also fraught.
It has always been the home of America’s automobile manufacturing industry, but it is also the birthplace of Motown, and home to multiple professional sports teams, many cutting-edge industries, and many bustling businesses.
Although New York goes down in history for being the birthplace of rap, “the South got something to say,” as Andre 3000 famously said at the 1995 Source Awards.
Accompanied by fellow New York Giant, Method Man, this record is a statement about those not-so-safe daysin the birthplace of hip-hop.
Every refugee suffered through the same searing experience, “leaving countrymen behind and entering foreign lands where few understood your language, knew your recent history, or could locate your birthplace on a map of the world.”
Most astronomers who study the sun’s birthplace think the gentle, large association scenario is most likely, says astrophysicist Fred Adams of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, who was not involved in the new work.

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