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  2. Westwood College - Wikipedia

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    Westwood College was a private for-profit college owned by Alta Colleges Inc. with 15 campus locations in five states and online learning options. Westwood was nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). [1]

  3. Rape kit - Wikipedia

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    A rape kit or rape test kit is a package of items used by medical personnel for gathering and preserving physical evidence following an allegation of sexual assault.The evidence collected from the victim can aid the criminal rape investigation and the prosecution of a suspected assailant.

  4. Justin Jackson (American football) - Wikipedia

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    Justin Joseph Jackson (born April 22, 1996) is an American football running back for the Detroit Lions in the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Northwestern

  5. John Calamos - Wikipedia

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    John P. Calamos, Sr. (born 1940) is a Greek-American businessman who founded Calamos Asset Management, which manages $35 billion in assets on behalf of institutions and individual investors, in 1977.

  6. Wayne, Illinois - Wikipedia

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    Wayne-DuPage is a drag hunt, not chasing live foxes. The hunt involves kennels for some 60 fox hounds and a membership list of 150, though 80 riders represent a good turnout on a crisp fall weekend. The hunt involves kennels for some 60 fox hounds and a membership list of 150, though 80 riders represent a good turnout on a crisp fall weekend.

  7. Great Commission church movement - Wikipedia

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    Great Commission Churches (GCC) is a fellowship of independent evangelical Christian churches. The Great Commission church movement began in the United States in 1970. Other associated organizations include Great Commission Ministries (GCM), Great Commission Latin America (GCLA), and Great Commission Europe (GCE).

  8. Illinois - Wikipedia

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    Chicago, along the shores of Lake Michigan, is the nation's third largest city. In 2000, 23.3% of Illinois's population lived in the city of Chicago, 43.3% in Cook County, and 65.6% in the counties of the Chicago metropolitan area: Will, DuPage, Kane, Lake, and McHenry counties, as well as Cook County. The remaining population lives in the ...

  9. Feminazi - Wikipedia

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    Feminazi is a pejorative term for feminists that was popularized by politically conservative American radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh