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Birthdays occurring on August, 2

1894 Westbrook Pegler was born on August 2, 1894
Golf is the most useless outdoor game ever devised to waste the time and try the spirit of man.
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1898 James Parrott was born on August 2, 1898
We've been borrowing our way out of the recession, and nothing else has kicked in to take over.
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1905 Myrna Loy was born on August 2, 1905
American actor born in Raidersburg, Montana, 1905-1993
Life, is not a having and a getting, but a being and a becoming.
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1907 Gerold Frank was born on August 2, 1907
You heard a leaf fall, she heard a house crash.
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Deaths occurring on August, 2

1912 George Kimble was born on August 2, 1912
geographer, b.1912
The darkest thing about Africa has always been our ignorance of it.
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1986 Roy M. Cohn died on August 2, 1986
I don't write polite letters. I don't like to plea-bargain. I like to fight.
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1988 Raymond Carver died on August 2, 1988
American short-story writer and poet whose realistic writings about the working poor mirrored his own life. 1938-1988
Isak Dinesen said that she wrote a little every day, without hope and without despair. I like that.
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1990 Norman Maclean died on August 2, 1990
Eventually, all things merge into one, and a river runs through it.
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1998 Shari Lewis died on August 2, 1998
I try to turn TV into an activity.
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1999 Willie Morris died on August 2, 1999
On winter afternoons, from my office, there were sunsets across Manhattan when the smog itself shimmered and glowed. . . . Despite its difficulties, which become more obvious all the time, one was constantly put to the test by this city, which finally came down to its people; no other place in America had quite such people and they would not allow you to go stale; in the end they were its triumph and its reward.
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