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Bal·ti·more

(bôl′tə-môr′), David Born 1938.
American microbiologist. He shared a 1975 Nobel Prize for research on the interaction of tumor viruses and genetic material.
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I'll sum it up for you in one word -- revenge,'' said John Ziemann, the director of the former Baltimore Colts March Band, which continued to perform for the 12 years that the city was without pro football.
However, the ideological and political strategies employed by segregationists in Baltimore in 1910 were derived from and helped to augment three overlapping but distinct transnational conversations.
If I'm thinking about a film, I go out on the streets of Baltimore for a little inspiration.
Examiners found that Allfirst was responsive to the credit needs of its assessment area, including the Baltimore Metropolitan Statistical Area ("Baltimore MSA").
By the beginning of the next decade Baltimore had a powerful mass movement, led by the second largest branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in the country, and the process that would lead directly to and culminate in the mass actions of the 1960s was well underway.
This series is a long way from over,'' Baltimore manager Davey Johnson said.
The Yankees opened a 12-game lead on July 29, but Baltimore cut it to 2-1/2 games on Sept.
The Baltimore Ravens were born in much the same way the Baltimore Colts died - through the whim of an owner seeking more money who moved his franchise out of a city rich in football tradition.

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