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Answered: Andy Griffith

Andy Griffith is alive and well in coastal North Carolina. He's married to Cindy Knight, a former citizen of Jacksonville, Florida. They are happily married, live on a large ranch. Andy doesn't do many if any interviews. He's very, very private and is quite different than the Andy Taylor of the Andy ...

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Answered: Littleleague baseball player who made it to big leagues

Joey Jay was the first Little Leaguer to make it to the major leagues in 1953.

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The town team in san luis mexico was called los algadones back in the late seventies early eighties

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Firstly, define what it is you mean by first pressed. Do you mean is this a first pressing? As opposed to further pressings when the first run sells out? I don't know how, precisely, so I'm only guessing. But if you look at most vinyl LPs, on the blank area just outside the label, you should find ...

Answered: Who wor #7 during the 1990's at Duke University?

Since college lasts 4 years there were probably 2 or 3 people who wore it. Maybe you could specify WHAT YEARS you are talking about? Oh wait, this is AOL Answers, home of the stupid question. Never mind.
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