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    The Norfolk Broads

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    Broads, or Broadland, is a landscape of slow-moving rivers, fens, marshes and waterlogged woodland located to the east of Norwich. It takes its name from some 50 shallow lakes, the great majority of which were hand dug in mediaeval times as a source of peat for fuel. There are some 190 kilometres (120 miles) of lock-free waterways in the region, and it is not therefore surprising that it forms one of Britain's most important centres for waterborne holidaymaking and recreation. Broadland also

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    In a published letter from Wendell Phillips he states ‘“In all the broadlands which the Constitution of the United States overshadows, there is no single spot, -however narrow or desolate, -where a fugitive slave can plant himself an say, “I am safe.”’ Escaped slaves feared their masters and undocumented immigrants fear ICE

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    Princess Diana

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    Princess Diana Princess Diana, also known as Princess of Wales was born on July 1, 1961 at Park House near Sandringham, Norfolk. Her parents, who were married in 1954, were separated when Diana was 13 years old in 1967. Their marriage was dissolved 2 years later in 1969. Diana's mother later married Earl Spencer, who was the Countess of Dartmouth in 1976. Diana was living with her dad with her siblings Sarah, Jane, and Charles. She lived there until her grandfather, Earl Spencer the 7th

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    Firstly, she worked as a broadcaster for the local and famous Broadland FM102 in Norwich City. In 2003, she joined Anglia Television as a production journalist. She covered the weather news report in 2004 when Sara Thornton was on her maternity leave. She worked together with Eddie Anderson to present the Anglia programme

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    that there were over ten African-American newspapers and newsletters in Champaign-Urbana throughout the Twentieth Century? ...that there have been African-American communities not only in Champaign-Urbana, but also in places such as Sydney, Homer, Broadlands, Rantoul and other places throughout Champaign County?

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    Diana, Princess of Wales

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    Diana, Diana John Spencer, known as the princess of Wales and the first wife of Prince Charles. She was born the first of July 1961 in Sandringham. Her father: Edward John Spencer was a earl and her mother was Frances Ruth Burke Roche. They were Roman Catholic and British. Diana had sisters and brothers: Lady Sarah McCorquodale (19 March 1955), Jane Fellowes (11 February 1957), John Spencer, who died within 10 hours after his birth on 12 January 1960. Charles Spencer (20 May 1964). When Diana was

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    Princess Diana Spencer

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    Princess Diana Spencer As I relax on a Sunday evening, breathe in fresh air before I enter my chamber, I catch a glimpse of something magically beautiful. With a long silk blue dress and a pearl-diamond tiara on her golden hair, the Lady, the Princess, the beauty of the world walks down the steps to the cheering crowds. She gives hope to her people when there is none. Sitting here, I feel her warm smile full of love and joy. This is my Diana, the light of this world! Diana’s childhood was full

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    Diana Frances Spencer was born on July 1, 1961 at Park House, Sandringham in Norfolk, England. Diana was the youngest daughter of John Spencer and Frances Spencer, the Viscount and Viscountess Althorp. Her father John Spencer later gained the title of the 8th Earl Spencer. Diana was the Viscount and Viscountess Althorp’s fourth child born. She had two older sisters Sarah (born 1955) and Jane (born 1957). Frances Spencer had also giving birth to a son named John a year before Diana had been born

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