May 23, 1990
Vol. 09, Issue 35
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A California state board this week will help decide whether a prime piece of Los Angeles real estate will be the future site of a new high school or of the world's tallest skyscraper--built by Donald Trump.
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"Five girls and three boys reached the top of Hurricane Mountain. How many children reached the top together?"
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The funeral of Ryan White, who died last month of complications from AIDS, was a media event.
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