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The Young Project (1998) was an initiative by various members of the United States' Congress (The legislature of the United States government) to resolve the political status of the Commonweatlh of Puerto Rico (A self-governing commonwealth associated with the United States occupying the island of Puerto Rico).
The project was named after Alaska (A state in northwestern North America; the 49th state admitted to the union) 's congressman Don Young (additional info and facts about Don Young), who was the leader of the initative.
On December, 1998, the None of the Above column obtained the majority of the vote.
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 Digital Termpapers: Term Papers on The Life Of BILL GATES
Bill Gates' achievements as a scientist and as a computer phenom is being
The family soon found that Bill was a very high energetic child.
Lakeside proves to be a great opportunity for young Bill.
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 XploreNet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Author Bill Young brings real world experience guiding clients through the difficult process of launching a well-designed web presence.
The modules are straightforward and the web plan outline found in the back of the book will become your new favorite tool for your next project.
Young was honored by the Denver Business Journal as a winner of the "Forty Under 40" award in 2000 and co-authored the book, “Brick and Mortar, Click and Order - The Encyclopedia of Retail and Ecommerce™.”
www.xplorenet.com /company_book.aspx   (492 words)

  
 Young, Andrew Jackson, Jr.
Young, Andrew Jackson, Jr., 1932–, African-American leader, clergyman, and public official, b.
He was a leading civil-rights activist in the 1960s and, as a Democrat from Georgia, served (1973–77) in the U.S. House of Representatives.
, Young was permanent representative to the UN (1977–79) and was noted for his outspokenness.
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