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Who am I
Im an Aussie living in America Im a family man who loves his family and is proud of his heritage Wants to apologize to anyone who his aggravated on here
|Birthday: November 23 1984|
|City of birth: Melbourne|
|State of birth: Victoria|
|City of Residence: Kansas City|
|State of Residence Missouri|
|Citizenship: Australian, Argentine, American and Italian|
|Civil status: Married|
|Occupation: Chartered Accounting Fellow|
|Pathology: partial blindness|
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Richard Lugar (b. 1932) is an American politician and member of the Republican Party. Born in Indianapolis, Lugar served two terms as that city's mayor, from 1968 to 1976. In 1977 he was elected to the United States Senate, representing Indiana. In that capacity he worked to dismantle nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons. He was a co-sponsor of the Nunn–Lugar Act, which was intended to "secure and dismantle weapons of mass destruction and their associated infrastructure in former Soviet Union states". Lugar was defeated in the 2012 Senate primary by Richard Mourdock.
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It is always the simple that produces the marvellous. Amelia Barr
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Welcome, Hello everyone out there My names Tom, but I prefer to go by on here as Cymruman. If you want to talk to me, please leave your message via my talk page if you want too.
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- February 5: Scottish Parliament approve same-sex marriage
- February 3: Watchdog finds police could have prevented Tayside, Scotland road crash
- January 26: Ukrainian opposition rejects power-sharing deal
- January 24: Claire Tiltman murder: Prosecutors mull charges in notorious English crime
- January 21: UK media apparently conflict with Scots law in Mikaeel Kular case
- January 5: Portuguese government declares three days of mourning for Eusébio
- December 19: Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins sentenced to 29 years in prison for attempting to rape baby
- December 17: Wikinews interviews former Matilda's player Sarah Walsh about Australian women's soccer
- December 16: Glasgow's Common Weal launch; 'Not me first. All of us first'
- December 16: Fundosa ONCE defeats Servigest Burgos 80-20 in Spain's top wheelchair basketball league