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On Earth day, April 22, over 40 students and faculty members from Wayne State traveled to Washington DC to attend the March for Science.

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  • Jake William posted at 7:21 am on Thu, Aug 10, 2017.

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    I saw just once statue of Abraham Lincoln in Washington DC amazing place to visit. I went there to Write My Nursing Essay and the best thing is that when you see Abraham Lincoln’s statue you cannot describe in words.

     

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