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February 19, 2010


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Sometimes I think that the best news out of the Times comes from years ago. Thanks for providing these gems. Faithful reader.

online doctor

i didn't know something about him, now i realized who he really was, thanks for this one.


GREAT STORY! Again, as was illustrated with our 1966 National Championship team; UTEP, the City of El Paso and it's community are very extraordinary. Congratulations Charlie on all your success and accolades, as you also epitomize this exceptionalism.

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Hey Guys!! First of all, my hearty congratulations to “Charles Brown”. This article written by “Bill Knight” exposed many great achievements of “Charles Brown”.
Greatness lies in the heart that achieves a lot in carrier, and even likes to lead a simple life. Once again congrats “Charles” for all your success and accolades...

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