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Anna Leonowens

a British travel writer, educator and social activist, known for teaching the wives and children of Mongkut, king of Siam, and for co-founding the Nova Scotia College of Art and DesignSource: Wikipedia

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Morgause also called Anna-Morgause

known in earlier works as Anna, is the sister or half-sister of King Arthur in the Arthurian legendSource: Wikipedia

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Frei Galvão also called Antônio de Sant'Anna Galvão

Saint Anthony de Saint Anne Galvão , OFM, popularly known as Frei Galvão (Friar Galvão), was a Brazilian friar of the Franciscan orderSource: Wikipedia

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Anna Oxa

In 1999-2002 she was married to Behgjet PacolliSource: Wikipedia

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Huldrych Zwingli also called Anna Reinhard

(1 January 1484 - 11 October 1531) was a leader of the Reformation in SwitzerlandSource: Wikipedia

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Anna Semenovich

Russian: Анна Григорьевна Семенович, born March 1, 1980 in MoscowSource: Wikipedia

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Mister God also called Mister god this is anna

a book by "Fynn" describing the adventures of Anna, a mischievous yet wise five and a half year old who Fynn finds as a runawaySource: Wikipedia

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Anna Heilman

Anna was born on December 1, 1928 into a middle class assimilated Jewish family in Warsaw, Poland, to Jakub and Rebeka Wajcblum, who were both deafSource: Wikipedia

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Anna Liza

The original version starred the late Julie Vega in the title role along with Rey 'PJ' Abellana, Renato Del Prado, Edgar Mande, Leni Santos, among othersSource: Wikipedia

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Anne Pedersdotter also called Anna Pederdotter

born in the city of Trondheim as the daughter of an official, sister of the official of Trondheim, Sören Pedersson, and married the priest Absalon Pedersson Beyer in 1552, professor in theology in the city of Bergen, where they livedSource: Wikipedia

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Murder of Shanda Sharer also called Hope Anna Rippey

The murder of Shanda Renee Sharer involved a young girl who was tortured and burned to death in Madison, Indiana by four teenage girlsSource: Wikipedia

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Antonio López de Santa Anna

Santa Anna was a devoted collector of Napoleonic artifacts, and also considered himself the "Napoleon of the West." His nickname, though, was "The Eagle." While it is understood that Santa Anna considered himself "Napoleon of the West" he did so onlySource: Wikipedia

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Anita Garibaldi also called Anna Maria Ribeiro da Silva

best known as Anita Garibaldi was the Brazilian-born wife and comrade-in-arms of Italian revolutionary Giuseppe GaribaldiSource: Wikipedia

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According to that Gospel, she was an aged Jewish prophetess who prophesied about Jesus at the Temple of JerusalemSource: Wikipedia

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Chennai International Airport also called Anna International Airport

சென்னை பன்னாட்டு விமான நிலையம்Source: Wikipedia

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Anna Kingsley

was a West African slave turned slaveholder and plantation owner in early 19th century FloridaSource: Wikipedia

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Anna Wenzel

an Austrian retired competitive figure skaterSource: Wikipedia

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Julia A. Moore also called Julia Anna Moore

the "Sweet Singer of Michigan", born Julia Ann Davis in Plainfield Township, Kent County, Michigan (December 1, 1847-June 5, 1920), was an American poet, or more precisely, poetasterSource: Wikipedia

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Anna Sten

a Russian-born actress, who became the most famous, or rather, the most notorious of the many "new Greta Garbos" of the 1930sSource: Wikipedia

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Anna Strömberg

Miss Finland 2003Source: Wikipedia

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