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... that although New York City's Bushwick Inlet Park was proposed in 2005, the land for the park was not fully purchased until 2016?
... that periodontistJohn Zamet was awarded a PhD after his death for his research on German and Austrian refugee dentists?
... that the publisher of Life with My Sister Madonna, a tell-all book by the singer's younger brother, sold it to retailers without revealing the title or the subject matter in order to create a media stir?
... that Chinese spy Zheng Pingru(pictured), who was executed after an assassination attempt on a Japanese collaborator, is believed to have inspired the novella Lust, Caution, and its film adaptation?
... that Wood-Tikchik State Park, the largest state park in the United States, is sometimes staffed by a single ranger?
... that Grace Macurdy shaped the field of classics by pulling together both material and textual evidence as sources in her studies of individual women?