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February 2, 1905 in a sentence

1. Rand was born Alisa Zinovyevna Rosenbaum (Russian: Алиса Зиновьевна Розенбаум) on February 2, 1905, to a Russian-Jewish bourgeois family living in Saint Petersburg.

2. On February 2, 1905, Roosevelt wrote Masterson a letter which concluded with the lines: "You must be careful not to gamble or do anything while you are a public officer which might afford opportunity to your enemies and my critics to say that your appointment was improper.

3. Alf Evers (February 2, 1905 – December 29, 2004) was an American historian who lived in Ulster County, New York for much of his life and wrote lengthy, definitive histories of the Catskills and Woodstock, serving the latter as town historian.

4. Gorky appears to have written the play chiefly during the last eight days of his imprisonment, before his February 2, 1905 release, in response to the international protests over the imprisonment of such a prominent writer.

5. Lyle Reynolds Wheeler (February 2, 1905 – January 10, 1990) was an American motion picture art director.

6. In a letter to the U.S. Department of State February 2, 1905, Thomas wrote: "A serious crisis for the union of Sweden and Norway seems very imminent."

7. He only played one game with the Soo, suffering a season-ending broken leg in his first game against Calumet on February 2, 1905.

8. Emerson would lead the unsuccessful Calgary delegation to Ottawa on February 2, 1905 to lobby for Calgary to be named the capital of the new province of Alberta.

9. George Sprague Myers (February 2, 1905 – November 4, 1985) was an American ichthyologist who spent most of his career at Stanford University.

10. died February 2, 1905 at his home "Shrewsbury Manor" in Shrewsbury, New Jersey.

11. Bécassine is a French comic strip and the name of its heroine, appearing for the first time in the first issue of La Semaine de Suzette on February 2, 1905.

12. Zaki Naguib Mahmoud (February 2, 1905 - September 8, 1993) was an Egyptian intellectual and thinker, and is considered a pioneer in modern Arabic philosophical thought.

13. He died on February 2, 1905.

14. Angéline Hango (February 2, 1905 – November 9, 1995) was a Canadian writer, who won the Stephen Leacock Award in 1949 for her sole published book, Truthfully Yours.

15. Ketty (Catherine) Thull (February 2, 1905 - October 25, 1987) was a Luxembourg cook, educator, cookbook writer;