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August Eighth

Josh Donaldson #20 of the Toronto Blue Jays at the end of the eighth inning during MLB game action against the Houston Astros on August 14, 2016 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

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Melvin Upton Jr. #7 of the Toronto Blue Jays is congratulated by Edwin…

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Jason Grilli #37 of the Toronto Blue Jays celebrates after getting the last out of the eighth inning during MLB game action against the Minnesota Twins on August 27, 2016 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

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from Mental Floss

How 11 Triple Crown Winners Spent Their Retirement Years

Citation (April 11, 1945–August 8, 1970) was the eighth American Triple Crown winner, and one of three major North American Thoroughbreds (along with Cigar and Zenyatta) to win at least 16 consecutive races in major stakes race competition. He was the first horse in history to win one million dollars.

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WINSTON CHURCHILL EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUARTERS ITALY 26 AUGUST 1944 (TR 2272) Object description The Prime Minister, the Rt Hon Winston Churchill, MP, with the Commander of the Eighth Army, Lieutenant General Sir Oliver Leese (left) and the Supreme Allied Commander in the Mediterranean, General Sir Harold Alexander at the headquarters of General Leese near Monte Maggio. A caravan is partly visible in the background.

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bridal portrait, country barn wedding.. Have to get a pic like this

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A school test from 1912- could you pass?  granted some are not applicable to nowadays and some words have changed.  Like Serbia was spelled Servia back then

A school test from 1912- could you pass? granted some are not applicable to nowadays and some words have changed. Like Serbia was spelled Servia back then

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Gerald Ford Took Office - August 9, 1974. Left Office - January 20. 1977. The thirty eighth president, Republican party. His vice president was Nelson Rockafeller.

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August 23, 2015 Steve Perry (em) Still wearing the necklace (eighth note?) his mother gave him so many years ago!

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8. Urho Kaleva Kekkonen b.. 03.09.1900 Pielavesi d. 31.08. 1986, Helsinki, the eighth president of Finland 1956-1981. Elected as president by electoral college in 1956 and re-elected in 1962, 1968 and 1978. In 1973, the term that started in 1968 was extended by four years by means of an emergency law. Resigned in 1981 owing to poor health, whereupon Prime Minister Mauno Koivisto became acting president. Served in Finnish civil war.

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