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  • '''Mickey Edwards''' is Director of the [[Constitution Project]], Vice President of the [[As | publisher = The Rush Limbaugh Show}}</ref></blockquote> Edwards had observed <blockquote>The problem here is that those who are whining t
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  • '''Mickey Edwards''' is Director of the [[Constitution Project]], Vice President of the [[As | publisher = The Rush Limbaugh Show}}</ref></blockquote> Edwards had observed <blockquote>The problem here is that those who are whining t
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  • {{r|Mickey Edwards}} {{r|Mickey Edwards}} Co-chair
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  • According to [[Mickey Edwards]], the true father of uniquely [[American conservatism]], in his opinion, | author = Mickey Edwards
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  • ...for Townes, where he met many of his lifelong friends, including Rex Bell, Mickey White, Lightnin' Hopkins, Richard Dobson, Blaze Foley and others. For sever ...", on bass guitar, Mickey White on lead guitar and Mike Edwards on drums. Mickey went on to become a teacher in the Round Rock (TX) area while Rex became a
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  • ...tline/newt/newtintwshtml/weber.html}}</ref> While others, such as [[Mickey Edwards]]<ref name=BMJ>{{citation
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  • {{r|Edward Cahn}} Chief Judge, [[U.S. District Courts|U.S. District Court]], [[Eastern {{r|Mickey Edwards}}
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  • ...ndleton (1963-1971)<br />Viv Prince (1964-1965)<br />Skip Alan<br />Gordon Edwards<br />Wally Waller<br />John Povey<br /> ...hich led them to the US and, after adding guitarist/keyboard player Gordon Edwards to augment the line- up, they finally undertook their first ever American
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  • ...z, Edward Sweeney, John Quijada, Miguel Camacho, Tom Tiner, Carlos Romero, Edward Jaurequi, Cliff Lyons, Mario Arteaga, Charles Heard. Directed by Ted Tetzla ...s Duncan, Paul Schreiber, Dick Crockett, Frank Scannell. Directed by Blake Edwards.
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  • ...]], [[Grateful Dead]] members [[Jerry Garcia]], [[Bill Kreutzmann]], and [[Mickey Hart]] and Airplane members [[Grace Slick]], [[Joey Covington]] and [[Jack In the 1980s, after Balin and Slick left the band, [[Mickey Thomas]] became the group's leader as it turned its focus on hard-edged roc
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  • | 195 || style="text-align:left" | Edward Chavez || Rio Rancho || | 125 || style="text-align:left" | Chris Edwards || Piedra Vista ||
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