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Obit Whitney Houston
FILE - In this Oct. 13, 1997 file photo, Whitney Houston looks over her shoulder as her husband Bobby Brown looks to her at the premiere of "The Wonderful World of Disney" movie "Cinderella," at Mann's Chinese Theater in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, Whitney Houston, who reigned as pop music's queen until her majestic voice and regal image were ravaged by drug use, has died, Saturday, Feb. 11, 2012. She was 48. (AP Photo/Rene Macura, File)

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Sit Down Strikers
Ellen Wilkinson, Labor member of Parliament, shown as she addressed a meeting of sit-down strikers at a General Motors factory in Flint, Mich., Feb. 1, 1937. (AP Photo)

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United Nations picket 1957
Placard-carrying men of Greek birth or ancestry picket entrance to United Nations headquarters at United Nations Plaza and East 43rd St., New York on Feb. 11, 1957 in protest against British rule in Cyprus. About 200 persons marched in the demonstration. (AP Photo/John Lent)

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Actor Marlon Brando
A Japanese woman shoeshine polishes actor Marlon Brando's shoes in Kyoto, Japan, Feb. 11, 1957. Brando is in Japan for work on a new movie, "Sayonara." (AP Photo/George Sweers)

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Ingrid Bergman Family Children
Swedish-born actress Ingrid Bergman with her three youngest children, the twins, Ingrid left, and Isabella, and Robertino, on the terrace of their hotel at Cortina D'Ampezzo in Italy, Feb. 11, 1958. Miss Bergman is spending a week's holiday with the children, who were already at Cortina. A civil court postponed its hearing of a suit for the annulment of Miss Bergman's marriage to Roberto Rossellini, the Italian film director. (AP Photo)

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Carol Burnett 1960
Comedian Carol Burnett is shown, Feb. 11, 1960. (AP Photo)

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U.S. ARMY SERGEANT PRESLEY
American rock and roll singer Elvis Presley smiles after he is promoted to army sergeant at the U.S. Army Unit's maneuver headquarters in Grafenwoehr, Germany, Feb. 11, 1960. Presley is promoted to the NCO rank in the 1st Battalion, 32d Armor Regiment, 3d Armored Division. (AP Photo)

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Dwight Eisenhower
President Dwight Eisenhower makes good use of his bands while listening to reporters’ questions at his news conference in Washington. At a conference on Feb. 11, 1960. (AP Photo/John Rous)

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Billy Graham Africa Crusade
American evangelist Billy Graham totes a large dish, made of half a gourd on his head, during his visit to the village of Gindiri in Northern Nigeria, Feb. 11, 1960. Graham has been conducting a mission tour of West Africa preaching in Liberia, Ghana and Nigeria. He is now bound for the Middle East. (AP Photo)

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President John F. Kennedy
President John F. Kennedy presides at a White House conference of top diplomatic advisers, summoned to discuss strategy in relations with Russia, Feb. 11, 1961 in Washington. With the Chief Executive are Secretary of State Dean Rusk, left, and George Keenan, ambassador designate to Yugoslavia and top expert on Russia. (AP Photo/Harvey Georges)

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President Kennedy and Pierre Salinger
President John F. Kennedy chats with his press secretary, Pierre Salinger, and Mrs. Salinger aboard a Marine helicopter just before a White House takeoff in Washington, Feb. 11, 1961 for the new Kennedy country home, Glen Ora. Near Middleburg, Va. The reflection in window at left, showing on Kennedy’s coat is of the White House. (AP Photo/Harvey Georges)

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Demostration for Lumumba
Pickets carrying anti-Belgian and pro-Lumumba placards parade on New York’s West 51st Street outside the Associated Press Building on Feb. 11, 1961. Demonstration was on behalf of the missing former Congo Premier Patrice Lumumba. The Belgian consulate has quarters in the building. The Mobutu mentioned in the foreground poster is Col. Joseph Mobutu, head of the Congo army and arch enemy of Lumumba who was reported to have broken out of jail. (AP Photo/Jacob Harris)

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Powers 1962
Barbara Powers waves from auto as she leaves Washington National Airport, Feb. 11, 1962 after flying from Atlanta, Ga., to meet her husband, Francis Gary Powers, U2 pilot who was released in Berlin yesterday by the Russians in exchange for Soviet spy Rudolf Abel. (AP Photo/Bob Schutz)

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Oklahoma Students
A group of University of Oklahoma students pass in front of the state capitol in Oklahoma City, Feb. 11, 1963 near the end of a 25 mile trip from Norman, Oklahoma, dribbling a basketball the entire distance. Eleven students took part, making the trip in 3 hours and 35 minutes by dribbling in one mile relays. (AP Photo)

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Washington Beatles at British Embassy
The centre of attraction, four boys from Liverpool enjoy themselves as they attend a charity ball at the British Embassy, in Washington, on Feb. 11, 1964. They are the Beatles , from left: Ringo Starr, George Harrison, Paul McCartney and John Lennon, currently raising a storm on their first tour of the United States. (AP Photo)

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Civil Rights Protest
Pickets representing civil rights groups parade outside Wilson Auditorium in Cincinnati, Ohio, Feb. 11, 1964 where Gov. George C. Wallace of Alabama spoke to a University of Cincinnati audience. Wallace, a leading spokesman for segregation and states’ rights, denounced the newly-passed civil rights bill as a federal power grab. His visit to Cincinnati coincided with a one-day boycott to protest alleged de fact segregation in public schools. There were no incidents at the speech. (AP Photo/Gene Smith)

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The Beatles
Surrounded by amplifiers and treading jumping beans underfoot, the Beatles swing into their routine during a show at the Coliseum in Washington, Feb. 11, 1964. From left: lead guitarist George Harrison, bassist Paul McCartney, rhythm guitarist John Lennon, and drummer Ringo Starr. The beans were thrown by excited fans. (AP Photo)

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Civil Rights School Integration
Children from Cincinnati's West End gathered at the Community Center of Park Town, an integrated housing project, as the Congress for Racial Equality staged a one-day boycott of city schools, Feb. 11, 1964. Several such facilities were scattered throughout the city. School board officials announced the absenteeism at 35 per cent with no breakdown reasons given. (AP Photo/Gene Smith)

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Civil Rights School Integration
There was only scattered attendance in this room of the Cummins Elementary School in Cincinnati, as the result of a one-day boycott called by civil rights groups, in protest of alleged de facto segregation in Cincinnati public schools, Feb. 11, 1964. The teacher, whose name was not disclosed, said about half her class was absent. The school is in a predominantly black neighborhood. (AP Photo)

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NEWLYWEDS RINGO MAUREEN STARR
Beatles drummer Ringo Starr, 24, embraces his wife, Maureen Cox, 18, in Hove, Sussex, England, on Feb. 12, 1965. The couple were married secretly in London on Feb. 11 and are spending a three-day honeymoon at a friend's home. Beatles manager Brian Epstein can be seen at right in background. (AP Photo)

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Ringo Starr honeymoon
Ringo Starr, 24 years old drummer with the Beatles, and his bride, Maureen Cox, 18-year-old hairdressing apprentice pose for photographers during an hourlong photocall in the garden of Solicitor David Jacobs' home in Hove, Sussex, England Feb 12, 1965. The couple was married secretly in London yesterday, Feb. 11 and are spending a short three-day honeymoon in Hove. Ringo has to be back in London on Monday for a recording session. (AP Photo)

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Mick Jagger, left, singer in The Rolling Stones and girlfriend Chrissie Shrimpton arriving at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York, USA on Thursday, Feb. 11, 1966. (AP Photo)

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HARRISON BOYD HONEYMOON
Beatles member George Harrison and actress Patti Boyd are shown during their honeymoon at Sandy Lane beach in the Barbados on Feb. 11, 1966. The newlyweds married Jan. 21. (AP Photo)

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