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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Bill_GatesBill Gates - Wikipedia

    From 1995 to 2017, he held the Forbes title of the richest person in the world every year except from 2010 to 2013. In October 2017, he was surpassed by Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos, who had an estimated net worth of US$90.6 billion compared to Gates's net worth of US$89.9 billion at the time.

  2. In 2008, Buffett was ranked by Forbes as the richest person in the world with an estimated net worth of approximately $62 billion. In 2009, after donating billions of dollars to charity, he was ranked as the second richest man in the United States with a net worth of $37 billion with only Bill Gates ranked higher than Buffett. His net worth had ...

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  4. Scarlett Johansson est une actrice, réalisatrice, scénariste, productrice de cinéma et chanteuse américano-danoise, née le 22 novembre 1984 à Manhattan [1].. Révélée à l'âge de quatorze ans, grâce à sa prestation dans L'Homme qui murmurait à l'oreille des chevaux (1998) de Robert Redford, elle tient les rôles principaux de plusieurs films indépendants acclamés par la critique ...

  5. Greg Johnson (2019), canadense jogador de hóquei no gelo, disparo por arma de fogo [502] J. J. Johnson (2001), trombonista americano, disparo por arma de fogo [503] Daniel V. Jones (1998), trabalhador americano cujo suicídio foi exbidido ao vivo na televisão, disparo por arma de fogo [504]

  6. Jan 29, 2017 · When people hear the name Grigori Rasputin, their minds almost immediately begin to wander. The stories told about this so-called “Mad Monk” suggest he possessed some magical powers, or that he had a special connection to God. But they also suggest he was a sex-crazed maniac who used his position of power to seduce women

  7. it.wikipedia.org › wiki › LibroLibro - Wikipedia

    Etimologia del termine. La parola italiana libro deriva dal latino liber.Il vocabolo originariamente significava anche "corteccia", ma visto che era un materiale usato per scrivere testi (in libro scribuntur litterae, Plauto), in seguito per estensione la parola ha assunto il significato di "opera letteraria".

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