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Who was Peter Cooper?

Peter Cooper is famous for building the fist steam locomotive. He  was also philanthropist and an industrialist. Mr. Cooper also ran  for President once, but lost.
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Who is john jacobson the maker of double dream hands?

John Jacboson is a well known composer, lyricist, author, choreographer living in northern California. He is the founder of "America Sings" a non-profit organization dedicate (MORE)

How do you change the oil for a jacobson 123V lawn mower?

You cannot change the oil because there is no oil crankcase on a 123V Jacobsen engine. This engine is not a typical 4 cycle with a oil in the crank case. The 123V is a 2 cycle (MORE)

Why did Peter write 2 Peter?

A: The author of 2 Peter goes out of his way to insist that he is Peter, as he not only names himself Simeon Peter (2 Peter 1:1), but stresses that he was personally present (MORE)
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What is Dana Jacobson famous for?

Dana Jacobson is a famous American anchorwoman on sports. She is well-known for presenting SportsCenter on the ESPN channel, and more recently, on CBS.
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Who was Peter Lalor?

Peter Lalor was an Irish immigrant, born on 5 February 1827, who initially worked on the construction of the Melbourne - Geelong railway line, but soon joined the gold rush an (MORE)
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What is better the you phone 5c or 5s?

the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent  colrs just silver gold and black
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Did Dana Jacobson play sports in college?

Dana Jacobson did not play sports in college. She received a degree  in English and communications from the University of Michigan, and  has always worked as a reporter.
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What are the six functions of language according to roman jacobson?

The six functions of language according to Jakobson are  referential, aesthetic, emotive, conative, phatic, and metalingual.  His theory was very influential in the 1970s.
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