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James Fullwood
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Richard Howard (priest)
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Gerardo de León
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Jalal-ud-din Jalal Baba
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B. D. Lakshman
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Bahder Djohan
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Paolo Mazza
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John Ruddock
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Jack Firth
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Michael Devine (hunger striker)
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Karel Šmirous
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Emanuel Celler
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Harry Golden
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Arthur O'Sullivan
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Shizuto Masunaga
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Steven Timothy Judy
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Mickey Smyth
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Richard G. Hubler
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Tom Clark (cricketer)
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Gopal Chandra Bhattacharya
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Irwin D. Davidson
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Tony Gulotta
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