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The Oregonian

Index The Oregonian

The Oregonian is a daily newspaper based in Portland, Oregon, owned by Advance Publications. [1]

3395 relations: A Christmas Tale, A Clash of Kings, A Game of Thrones, A House, A Home, A Mighty Heart (film), A Special Night with Demi Lovato, A-dec, A. Bates, A. E. Doyle, A. W. Piper, Aaron Kosminski, Aaron Novick, Abigail Scott Duniway, Abraham Lincoln (Waters), Academic boycott of Israel, Academy for Character Education, Academy of Arts and Academics, Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro, Adams High School (Portland, Oregon), Adcox Aviation Trade School, Admiral Apartments, Adolph Aschoff, Adrianna Franch, Adrienne King, Aerotrain (GM), Aimee Phan, Airshow of the Cascades, Ajay Bhatt, Akeelah and the Bee, Al Kennedy Alternative High School, Al-Farouq Aminu, Alan Jones (drummer), Alan Olsen, Alaska Dispatch, Albany (sternwheeler 1868), Albany Options School, Albert S. Sholes House, Albertina Kerr, Alberto Salazar, Albin W. Norblad, Albina Library, Albina Yard, Alco Apartments, Alcoholic beverages in Oregon, Alert (sternwheeler 1865), Alex Frost, Alex Niño, Alex Tizon, Alex Vause, Alexis Restaurant, ..., Alfred H. Corbett, Alialujah Choir, Alibi (Portland, Oregon), Alice (sternwheeler), Alissa Keny-Guyer, Alkali Lake Chemical Waste Dump, All Is Lost, Allen Alley, Allen G. Rushlight, Allen Say, Alliance Charter Academy, Alliance High School (Portland, Oregon), Allison Cook (Miss Oregon), Allow Me (Portland, Oregon), Aloha Community Library, Aloha Farmhouse, Aloha, Oregon, Alsea High School, Alvin T. Smith, Alvin T. Smith House, Amalgamated Sugar Company, Amanda Bennett, Amanda Fritz, Amanda Marshall (attorney), Amazon Books, American Advertising Museum, American College of Healthcare Sciences, American Empress, American Legion, American Legislative Exchange Council, American Manufacturing and Packaging, Amity High School (Oregon), Amory Holbrook, Amy Yoder Begley, Ana Mari Cauce, Ancer L. Haggerty, André Roch, Andrew Schneider (journalist), Andrew Wiederhorn, Andy Ricker, Angela Batinovich, Angkor I, Ann Curry, Anna Canzano, Anne State, Anthony Heald, Anthony Tolliver, Anti-abortion violence, Anti-Catholicism in the United States, Antoinette Hatfield Hall, Anton Zamloch, Antonio DeVity, Anya's Ghost, Aparna Brielle, Ape Canyon, Appaloosa (film), Apple Valley Airport (Oregon), April Henry, Archie E. Mitchell, Ardyth Kennelly, Area codes 541 and 458, Ariana Jacob, Arlene Holt Baker, Arlene Schnitzer, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Arlington Club, Arlington High School (Oregon), Armadillo Technical Institute, Army of Shadows, Arno H. Denecke, Art Barr, Art Bell, Art punk, Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, Artie Wilson, Arts & Communication Magnet Academy, Arts and Technology High School, Asa Lovejoy, Asahel Bush, Ashland High School (Oregon), Ashland School District (Oregon), Ashton Eaton, Astoria City Hall, Astoria City Hall (old), Astoria High School (Oregon), Astoria Riverfront Trolley, Astoria School District, Astoria–Megler Bridge, Ater Wynne, Athena Weston School District, Aubrey Watzek Library, Audrey McCall, Augustus C. Kinney, Austin O'Brien, Austrarchaea binfordae, Autzen Stadium, Avalon Theatre (Portland, Oregon), Avatar (2009 film), Aviation American Gin, AWS Elemental, Ax Men, Axium (company), Škoda 10 T, Babette March, Backspace (Portland, Oregon), Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans, Bad Livers, Bag & Baggage Productions, Bagley Park, Bailey Gatzert (sternwheeler), Bald Peak State Scenic Viewpoint, Bandon Senior High School, Bank of California Building (Portland, Oregon), Banks High School, Banks–Vernonia State Trail, Barbara Harper, Barbara Roberts, Barber Block, Barbur Boulevard Transit Center, Barry Karr, Bart Simpson, Bart Simpson's Guide to Life, Baseball Writers' Association of America, Bates State Park, Batman: The Ultimate Evil, Bear Camp Road, Beaverton Health & Science School, Beaverton High School, Beaverton School District, Beaverton Transit Center, Beaverton Valley Times, Beaverton, Oregon, Bechtel, Before Sunset, Before the Devil Knows You're Dead, Belle Ainsworth Jenkins Estate, Belmont Library, Ben Boloff, Ben Cannon, Ben Hur Lampman, Ben Petrick, Ben Unger, Bend Senior High School, Bend, Oregon, Bend-La Pine School District, BendBroadband, Benjamin Franklin (Berry), Benjamin Stark, Benson Bubbler, Benson Polytechnic High School, Berkeley Lent, Bernard Lagat, Bernard's Airport, Bernie Bickerstaff, Berry Botanic Garden, Best Breakthrough Athlete ESPY Award, Best Male College Athlete ESPY Award, Beth Riesgraf, Bethany Mota, Bethany, Oregon, Betsy Close, Betsy Johnson (politician), Bettina Ring, Betty Roberts, Beverly Cleary School, Bi-Mart, Bianca Bosker, Bicentennial Park (Hillsboro, Oregon), Bicycle boulevard, Big Tree (Washington), Biglow Canyon Wind Farm, Biketown, Bikini barista, Bilingual Books, Bill Bowerman (sculpture), Bill Bradbury, Bill Hogg, Bill Johnson (skier), Bill Keller, Bill Naito, Bill O'Reilly (political commentator), Bill Porter (salesman), Bill Rutherford (politician), Bill Schonely, Bill Sizemore, Billboard, Billy Rancher, Billy Ray Bates, Binford & Mort, Birdman (film), Biscuit Fire publication controversy, Bisexuality in the United States, Bitar Mansion, Bite of Oregon, Black Hawk (steamboat 1850), Blaine Neal, Blake Andrews, Blockbuster LLC, BLT cocktail, Blue Bus lines, Blue Monk (Portland, Oregon), Blue Mountain Alternative High School, Blue Sky Gallery, Bluehour, BlueOregon, Bly Ranger Station, Boardman Coal Plant, Boardman, Oregon, Boaz Frankel, Bob Beall, Bob Farrell (motivational speaker), Bob Gross, Bob Jenson, Bob Jones (Texas businessman), Bob Ociepka, Bob Packwood, Bob Tiernan, Bob's Red Mill, Bobbie the Wonder Dog, Bobby Chouinard, Bode Miller, Bombhunters, Bonnie Bronson, Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2, Boone Bridge, Boring, Oregon, Borophaginae, Boston Evening Transcript, Bovine spongiform encephalopathy, Box office, Boxing in Japan, Brad Adkins, Brad Avakian, Brad Lamm, Brad Witt, Bradwood Landing, Bram Dijkstra, Brandon Roy, Branford Price Millar Library, Brasserie Montmartre, Breakout (Miley Cyrus song), Bree Schaaf, Brenda Bakke, Brent Barton, Brett Bigham, Brian Boquist, Brian Clem, Brian Druker, Brian Krzanich, Brian Lanker, Brian McFayden, Brian McMenamin, Brian Teacher, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Brightest Star (film), Bring It On (film), Bring Me to Life, Broadway Bridge (Portland), Broadway Rose Theatre Company, Brodart, Brokeback Mountain, Brookings, Oregon, Brookings-Harbor High School, Brother Jonathan (steamer), Brother Speed, Bruce Starr, Buchanan, Oregon, Buck Williams, Bud Clark, Budd Rail Diesel Car, Buddy Rose, Bull Mountain, Oregon, Bullards Bridge, Bullseye Glass, Bundy standoff, Burlington Northern Railroad Bridge 5.1, Burlington Northern Railroad Bridge 9.6, Burma Chronicles, Burns High School (Oregon), Burnside Burn, Burnside Triangle, Burnt River School, Bus Boyk, Bush Conservatory of Music, Butch Morse, Butte Falls Secondary School, Buxton, Oregon, Byron Beck (blogger), Byron v. Rajneesh Foundation International, C-SPAN, C-Tran (Washington), C. Gordon Fullerton, Cabinessence, Caffé Vita Coffee Roasting Company, Cairo Drive, Calico Joe, California English, California Tour, Californication (word), Camas Valley Charter School, Camas, Washington, Camera World, Camp Riverbend Youth Transitional Facility, Camp Withycombe, Canby Area Transit, Canby Ferry, Canby Herald, Canby High School, Canby School District, Canby, Oregon, Cannabis in Oregon, Canterbury Castle (Portland, Oregon), Canyon Road, Canyonville Christian Academy, Cape Air, Cape Meares Light, Capital punishment in Oregon, Capital punishment in the United States, Capitol Center (Oregon), Captain Bogg and Salty, Captain George Flavel House Museum, Carl Cohen (businessman), Carl Denton, Carlton E. Morse, Carole Smith, Caroline McGowan, Carolyn B. Shelton, Carolyn Wood (swimmer), Carrie & Lowell, Carrie B. Wilson Adams, Carson City, Nevada, Cart with Black Ox, Cart with Red and White Ox, Cascade AIDS Project, Cascade Locks School, Cascade Microtech, Cascade School District, Washington, Cascade Senior High School (Turner, Oregon), Cascadia subduction zone, Casino Royale (2006 film), Catherine Yronwode, Caverns (novel), CC Barber, Cedar Hills Crossing, Cedar Hills, Oregon, Cedar Mill, Oregon, Celeste Boureille, Celilo Falls, Centennial High School (Oregon), Centennial Learning Center, Centennial Mills, Centennial School District (Oregon), Center for Union Facts, Central Catholic High School (Portland, Oregon), Central Curry School District, Central High School (Independence, Oregon), Central Library (Portland, Oregon), Central Linn High School, Central Medford High School, Central Oregon and Pacific Railroad, Central Point School District, Century High School (Oregon), CenturyLink Field, Cesar Chavez Boulevard (Portland, Oregon), Chadwick School, Chaim Koppelman, Champoeg Meetings, Characters of Glee, Charbonneau, Oregon, Charles and Fae Olson House, Charles E. Bernard, Charles H. Bennett (soldier), Charles H. Turner (attorney), Charles Hanlon, Charles L. McNary, Charles Piggott House, Charles Starr, Charlie Hales, Charlie Joiner, Charlie White (figure skater), Chef (2014 film), Chel White, Chelsea Cain, Chemeketa Community College, Cherry Grove, Oregon, Cherry Poppin' Daddies, Cherry Poppin' Daddies discography, Cheryl Strayed, Chet Bowers, Chet Orloff, Chetco River, Chicago Federal Building, Chief Kno-Tah, Chief Wiggum, Children's Healthcare is a Legal Duty, Childs Way Charter School, Chiloquin High School, Chiming Fountain, China Aviation Industry General Aircraft, Chinatown Gateway, Chinookan peoples, Chip Kelly, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Chloe Eudaly, Chloe Lewis (figure skater), Chris Boucher (basketball), Chris Dudley, Chris Kyle, Chris Telfer, Christmas Waltz (Mad Men), Christone Ingram, Christopher Shy, Christopher Stowell, Chrome Industries, Chuck Currie, Chuck Riley (politician), Cinemark Theatres, Circumcision and law, Citizens for Constitutional Freedom, City Liquidators, City of God (2002 film), City View Charter School, Civic Drive station, Civic Stadium (Eugene, Oregon), Civil War (college football game), Clackamas High School, Clackamas Middle College, Clackamas Print, Clackamas Town Center, Clackamas Town Center shooting, Clackamas Town Center Transit Center, Clackamas Web Academy, Clara C. Munson, Classic Aircraft Aviation Museum, Clatskanie Middle/High School, Clatskanie School District, Claude Ewing Rusk, Clayton Sumner Price, Cle Elum, Washington, Clean Water Services, Cleret, Cleveland High School (Portland, Oregon), Cliff Alexander, Cliff Bentz, Clifton N. McArthur, Clint Watts, Clinton Street Theater, Coffee Creek Correctional Facility, Coffee in Portland, Oregon, Cog (advertisement), Cole Gillespie, Colegio Cesar Chavez, Colin O'Brady, Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, Northwest, Colt Lyerla, Colton High School (Oregon), Columbia County Education Campus, Columbia Gorge Hotel, Columbia Gorge Regional Airport, Columbia Management Group, Columbia Memorial Hospital (Oregon), Columbia River, Columbia River Crossing, Columbia River Gorge, Columbia River Maritime Museum, Columbia Sportswear, Columbian sharp-tailed grouse, Columbus Monument, Barcelona, Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, Commodore Hotel (Portland, Oregon), Commonwealth Building (Portland, Oregon), Communications Workers of America v. Beck, Competitive eating, Concordia University (Oregon), Concordia University School of Law, Condon High School, Congregation Beth Israel (Portland, Oregon), Congregation Shaarie Torah, Congress Center, Connections Alternative School, Connectipedia, Connie McCready, Connie Ruel, Constitution of Oregon, Consumer Cellular, Controversial invocations of the Patriot Act, Convention Center station (Portland), Coolest Cooler, Cooper Mountain Nature Park, Cooper Spur ski area, Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay Public Schools, Coos Bay Rail Link, Coos History Museum, Copley Press, Copwatch, Coquille High School, Coquille Indian Tribe, Corbett Charter School, Corbett School, Corizon, Cornelius Hotel, Cornelius Pass Road, Cornelius Public Library, Cornelius, Oregon, Cornell Road, Corteo, Corvallis High School (Oregon), Corvallis School District, Cottage Grove High School, Cotton Club (Portland), Cougar, Cougar Fight Song (University of Houston), Council Crest Park, Country Bill's, Cove School (Oregon), Cowlitz (sternwheeler), Cowlitz County Deserves Better, Coworking, Craig Berkman, Craig Cunningham, Craig Howard, Craig Robinson (basketball), Craig Thompson, Crane Union High School, Crater High School, Crazy 8s (band), Creators Syndicate, Credit Suisse, Crescent City, California, Crescent Valley High School, Creswell High School (Oregon), Crook County High School, Crow Middle/High School, Crown-Ikarus 286, Crystal Hotel (Portland, Oregon), Cully, Portland, Oregon, Culp Creek, Oregon, Culver High School, Culver School District, Cut (advertisement), Cycle Oregon, Cycling in Portland, Oregon, Cylvia Hayes, Cyrus A. Dolph, D River, D. K. Holm, Da Vinci Days, Dahmer (film), Daily Journal of Commerce, Daily Vanguard, Dakine, Dale T. Mortensen, Dallas Heard, Dallas High School (Oregon), Damascus, Oregon, Damon Stoudamire, Dan Gauthier, Dan Saltzman, Dana Altman, Dancing Crazy Tour, Daniel Baldwin, Daniel Bonham, Danielle Outlaw, Danny Glover, Danny Mwanga, Danny O'Neil, Dansby Swanson, Darius A. Monsef IV, Dark Entries (comics), Darleen Ortega, Dave Johnson (decathlete), Dave's Killer Bread, David Anders, David B. Frohnmayer, David Biespiel, David Bragdon, David Campbell (1927 fireboat), David Douglas High School, David Douglas School District, David Durham (fugitive), David Edwards (Oregon politician), David Glerup, David Guterson, David Hattner, David Heatley, David Hume Kennerly, David Johnson (quarterback), David Kahn (sports executive), David Kennedy (advertising), David L. Williams (architect), David Larsen, David Marius Guardino, David Ogden Stiers, David P. Thompson, David Sarasohn, David Thomas Lenox, David Wagner (tennis), David Ward (sheriff), David Wu, Dax Jordan, Day Without Immigrants 2017, Days Creek Charter School, Dayton High School (Oregon), Dayton Leroy Rogers, Dayville School, Dean F. Bryson, Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father, Deaths in August 2007, Deaths in January 2017, Deaths in September 2010, Deaths in September 2015, December 1910, Dee Andros, Deen Castronovo, Deep Creek (2010 novel), Deerhunter discography, Delta Dome, Delta Park/Vanport station, Denio, Nevada, Dennis Nyback, Dennis Richardson (politician), Denny Doyle (politician), Denny Moyer, DeNorval Unthank Park, Dent Mowrey, Depoe Bay, Oregon, Der Rheinlander, Derry, Oregon, Deschutes River State Recreation Area, Destinations Academy, Diane Downs, Diane Rosenbaum, Dicebox, Dick Harter, Dick Magruder, Digimarc, Dillon Brooks, Dillon Falls (Jackson County, Oregon), Dime Store (Portland, Oregon), Dimetrodon (album), Director Park, Disappearance of Brianna Maitland, Disappearance of Kyron Horman, Disappearance of Marvin Clark, Django Unchained, Dodson, Oregon, Doernbecher Children's Hospital, Dog Bowl, Doll Asylum, Dolores Atiyeh, Don't Shoot Portland, Donal Logue, Donald L. McFaul, Donald Macleay, Donald Newhouse, Donald Trump presidential campaign, 2020, Doosan Fuel Cell America, Dorothy Warenskjold, Double Mountain Brewery, Doug Ericksen, Doug Fine, Douglas Avenue Alternative School, Douglas County Library System, Douglas High School (Winston, Oregon), Douglas McKay High School, Doyle & Patterson, Doyle McCormack, Dream a Little Dream (Pink Martini and the von Trapps album), Drive (2011 film), Drug policy of Oregon, Duane Jarvis, Dufur School, Dufur School District, Dundee Lodge, Dunthorpe, Oregon, DuPont Fabros Technology, Durham Education Center, Durham, Oregon, DVD Talk, Dwight Jaynes, E. Henry Wemme, E. Max Frye, Eagle Creek Fire, Eagle Point High School, Earl Blumenauer, Earl C. Latourette, Earl Riley, Earle Nelson, Early College High School (Salem, Oregon), East Oregonian, East Portland, Oregon, Eastern Promises, Eastman–Shaver House, Eastmoreland Historic District, Echo School (Oregon), Eclipse Comics, Eddyville Charter School, Edith Green – Wendell Wyatt Federal Building, Education in Portland, Oregon, Edward Fadeley, Edward H. Howell, Edward J. Walsh, Edward R. Cony, Edward Schulmerich House, Edwin Brown High School, Edwin Palmer Hoyt, Egyptian Club, Eighteenmile Island, Eileen Brady, El Pollo Loco, Eldon Jenne, Eldon Trinity, Elections in Oregon, Electoral reform in Oregon, Electricity in the Puget Sound region, Electro Scientific Industries, Elegy (film), Elgin Cook, Elgin High School (Oregon), Elizabeth Hoffman (actress), Elizabeth Steiner Hayward, Elizabeth Woody, Elk (sculpture), Elk Rock Island, Elkhorn (sculpture), Elkton High School (Oregon), Ellen Faull, Ellen Rosenblum, Ellen Urbani, Elliott R. Corbett, Elmira High School, Elwood (sternwheeler), Emek, Emil Schacht, Emilie Frances Bauer, Emily Kendal Frey, Emma Juch, Emporium (department store chain), Enchanted Forest (Oregon), Enli Health Intelligence, Enterprise High School (Oregon), Enterprise, Oregon, Eola-Amity Hills AVA, Epic Aircraft, Eric Conveys an Emotion, Eric John Kaiser, Eric Joyner, Erik Sten, Erika Moen, Ernest Boyd MacNaughton, Erratic Rock State Natural Site, Esparza's, Estacada Alternative High School, Estacada High School, Ethan Hawke, Ethel Fortner, Ethel Romig Fuller, Ethical Culture Fieldston School, Eugene Emeralds, Eugene Marathon, Eugene School District, Eugene Skinner, Eugene, Oregon, Evelyn Sibley Lampman, Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum, Evergreen International Airlines, Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone, Everything Sucks!, Everything Tastes Better with Bacon, Ewing Young, Exit (U2 song), Exploding whale, Expo Center station, Expose Yourself to Art, Extraordinary Measures, F. Wayne Valley, Faces of Meth, Facing the Crowd, Fair Complex/Hillsboro Airport station, Fairview Training Center, Faith Ireland, Fake Four Inc., Fake news website, Falls City High School (Oregon), Fareless Square, Fatal dog attacks in the United States, Father's Day, Father's Day (United States), Fay King (cartoonist), FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitives by year, 1950, FCR (company), FDA Food Safety Modernization Act, Federal Correctional Institution, Sheridan, Fern Hobbs, Ferociously Stoned, Filthy Rich (comics), Final Warning, Financial transaction tax, Fireboats of Portland, Oregon, Firefly (TV series), First Bank System, First Congregational Church (Eugene, Oregon), First Congregational Church of Oregon City, First Presbyterian Church (Portland, Oregon), First Unitarian Church of Portland, Flag of Oregon, Flag of Washington, Flags of Our Fathers (film), Flatiron Building (Portland, Oregon), Floating Point Systems, Floodplain (Kronos Quartet album), Floribunda (sculpture), Floyd Prozanski, Fly on the Wall (song), Folger Johnson, Followers of Christ, Food cart, Forest Grove Fire and Rescue, Forest Grove High School, Forest Grove Leader, Forest Grove School District (Oregon), Forest Grove Sound, Forest Park (Portland, Oregon), Fossil, Oregon, Framework (building), Francella Mary Griggs, Frank Brickowski, Frank Cady, Frank E. Beach Memorial Fountain, Frank Ivancie, Frank Kratovil, Frank L. Roberts, Frank M. Robinson, Frank M. Warren Sr., Frank Morse (Oregon politician), Frank Shields (politician), Frank Zummach, Franklin High School (Portland, Oregon), Fred G. Meyer, Fred Meyer, Fred Meyer Challenge, Fred Stickel, Frederick Leadbetter, Frederick Manson White, Free Country (album), Free Geek, Freedom From Religion Foundation, Freedom Train, Freeman Williams, Fremont Bridge (Portland, Oregon), Frontier Field, Frozen Fever, Fubonn Shopping Center, Funny Ha Ha, G. Collier Robbins, G.I. Joe's, GAF Materials Corporation, Gail Shibley, Gallagher (comedian), Gambling in Oregon, GameStop, Garfield Peak (Oregon), Gary Jeshel Forrester, Gary Snyder, Gaston Junior/Senior High School, Gaston School District, Gateways High School, Gazelle (motor vessel), Gazelle (sidewheeler 1854), GE Capital Rail Services, Gene Whisnant, Genevieve Bell, Gentrification of Portland, Oregon, Geoffrey Kleinman, Geoloqi, George Flavel, George G. Bingham, George Greeley, George H. Otten, George H. Taylor, George Luis Baker, George Van Hoomissen, George W. Ebbert, Gerber Legendary Blades, Gerry Lopez, Gert Boyle, Gervais High School, Get Carter (2000 film), Gibbs Street Pedestrian Bridge, Gifts (novel), Gilchrist Junior/Senior High School, Gilchrist State Forest, Gill Coliseum, Glacier Park Company, Gladstone High School (Oregon), Gladstone, Oregon, Glass Spider Tour, Glena (film), Glencoe High School (Hillsboro, Oregon), Glencoe, Oregon, Glendale Jr/Sr High School, Glenn & Viola Walters Cultural Arts Center, Glenn C. Altschuler, Glenn Jackson, Glenn L. Jackson Memorial Bridge, Glenn Palmer (sheriff), Glenwood, Washington County, Oregon, Glide High School, Glossary of cannabis terms, Go, Vandals, Go, Gold Beach High School, Golden State Killer, Goli Ameri, Gone Girl (film), Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center (Oregon), Goodbye to Language, Goodwill Industries, Gordon Faber, Gordon Friedman, Gordon H. Smith, Gordon Sondland, Gospodor Monument Park, Government Camp, Oregon, Government of Portland, Oregon, Grabbers, Grace Crunican, Graham Oaks Nature Park, Grand Central Bakery, Grand Prix of Portland, Grant High School (Portland, Oregon), Grant Magazine, Grant Union High School (John Day, Oregon), Grants Pass High School, Grants Pass School District, Graphic Arts Center Publishing, Grass Valley (company), Grüner (restaurant), Great Blue Heron (sculpture), Great Coastal Gale of 2007, Great Gale of 1880, Green Dragon Canyon, Green Star Line, Green Tortoise, Greenhorn, Oregon, Greg Oden, Greg Walden, Gregg Hammann, Gregory V. Jones, Gresham Central Transit Center, Gresham High School (Oregon), Gresham-Barlow School District, Greta Binford, Gretchen Kafoury, Grey Rabbit, Greyball, Grimm (season 2), Grimm (TV series), Ground Kontrol, GU Energy Labs, Guadalupe Guerrero, Guild Theatre (Portland, Oregon), Guillermo Vilas, Gus J. Solomon United States Courthouse, Gus Van Sant, Guy-cry film, Gypsy Joker Motorcycle Club, Gypsy Restaurant and Velvet Lounge, H. Russell Albee, Hack-a-Shaq, Haggen, Hailey Kilgore, Hal Ellson, Hall/Nimbus station, Hallie Ford, Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, Halt and Catch Fire (TV series), Hamby Park, Hamilton Boyd, Hamlet (Oregon), Hammond arson case, Hands Across Hawthorne, Hanford Site, Happy-Go-Lucky, Happy99, Harbor Drive, Hardy Myers, Hare Field, Hares Canyon, Harl H. Haas Jr., Harold Wass Ray House, Harper School (Oregon), Harriet Fasenfest, Harrisburg High School (Oregon), Harrison Tower Apartments, Harry & David, Harry E. Claiborne, Harry Glickman, Harry Lane, Harry Lonsdale, Harvest Queen (sternwheeler), Harvey W. Scott, Harvey W. Scott (sculpture), Hatfield Government Center station, Hattie Bartholomay, Hawthorn Farm station, Hawthorne Bridge, Hawthorne C. Gray, Hawthorne Theatre, Hayley Raso, Healthy Americans Act, Heart in Oregon, Heathman Hotel, Helen J. Frye, Helix School, Helix, Oregon, Hells Canyon Rally, Henrietta Lacks, Henry B. Pullen Burry, Henry Hagg Lake, Henry L. Corbett, Henry Pittock, Henry S. Rowe, Henry W. Corbett, Heppner Junior/Senior High School, Her Friend the Bandit, Hercules in the Haunted World, Hercules vs. Vampires, Heritage Mall, Herman D. Kenin, Herman Sarkowsky, Hermiston High School, Hermiston School District, Hidden Valley High School (Oregon), High-speed rail in the United States, Hillsboro Airport, Hillsboro Central/Southeast 3rd Avenue Transit Center, Hillsboro Civic Center, Hillsboro Fire Department, Hillsboro High School (Oregon), Hillsboro Hops, Hillsboro Intermodal Transit Facility, Hillsboro Pioneer Cemetery, Hillsboro Police Department (Oregon), Hillsboro Public Library, Hillsboro School District, Hillsboro Stadium, Hillsboro Symphony Orchestra, Hillsboro Tribune, Hillsboro wireless tower, Hillsboro, Oregon, Hilton Portland Hotel, Hiram Straight, Historic Columbia River Highway, Historic ferries in Oregon, History of baseball in Portland, Oregon, History of bisexuality, History of Fox News, History of Oregon State University, History of Portland, Oregon, History of the Portland Timbers franchise, History of the Portland Trail Blazers, History of The Simpsons, Hjalmar Hvam, Hobsonville, Oregon, Hoedown Throwdown, Hoffman Construction Company, Holden-Keating Gang, Holladay Park, Hollingsworth v. Perry, Hollywood District (Portland, Oregon), Hollywood Theatre (Portland, Oregon), Homer Davenport, Homer Simpson, Homicide: Life on the Street (season 2), Hondo Dog Park, Hood River County School District, Hood River Valley High School, Hookup culture, Hop Fastpass, Horse Brass Pub, Horse rings in Portland, Oregon, Hosea T. Botts, Hot Lake Hotel, Hotel Albion, Hotel Impossible, House of Louie, House of Numbers: Anatomy of an Epidemic, House Spirits Distillery, How to Die in Oregon, Howard Hesseman, Howard M. Terpenning Recreation Complex, Howard Vollum, Howard W. Bergerson, Howard W. Robertson, Hoyt Arboretum, Hryszko Brothers Building, Hugo (film), Huldufólk, Human Rights Campaign, Humanitarian response to Typhoon Haiyan, Hung Far Low (restaurant), Hunter's Hot Springs (Oregon), Hurley International, Huron Consulting Group, Huw Edwards (conductor), I Was Impaled, I'm Not There, I-205 Transitway, Ian Rankin, Idaho Stampede, Ignite (event), Ilani Casino Resort, Illinois River (Oregon), Illinois Valley High School, Imagination (film), Imbler High School, Ime Udoka, Imnaha (sternwheeler), Impeachment March, Imperial Bedrooms, Imperial Hotel (Portland, Oregon), In-N-Out Burger, InFocus, INPEX, Inside Scientology: The Story of America's Most Secretive Religion, Instant replay, Intel, International Container Terminal Services, International Rose Test Garden, Interstate 205 (Oregon–Washington), Interstate 5 in Oregon, Interstate Bridge, Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center, Inversion: Plus Minus, Ione Community Charter School, Irrigon Junior/Senior High School, Irving Street Kitchen, Isaac W. Smith (surveyor), Issa (Senegalese singer), Issaquah-Sammamish Reporter, Itohan Aikhionbare, J. A. Chapman, J. André Fouilhoux, J. K. Gill Company, J. R. Campbell (judge), J. R. Simplot, J.J. Newberry, Jack Cody, Jack Crabtree, Jack Elam, Jack Ely, Jack Faust (attorney), Jack Herer, Jack Jewsbury, Jack Joyce (businessman), Jack Landau (judge), Jack Lee Harelson, Jack London Revue, Jack Ohman, Jack Rosenthal (journalist), Jackie Dingfelder, Jackie Winters, Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve, Jackson High School (Portland, Oregon), Jacob Kamm, Jacob Kamm House, Jacob Tanzer, Jacques Singer, Jacquizz Rodgers, Jaime Ambriz, Jake's Famous Crawfish, James Alger Fee, James B. Stephens, James Beard Foundation Award, James Beard Public Market, James Bell (basketball), James G. Blaine Society, James Hutchison (American politician), James J. Montague, James John High School, James Kim, James M. Burns (judge), James P. Hagerstrom, Jamieson Parker, Jamison Square, Jan Lee, Jane Claire Dirks-Edmunds, Janeen Sollman, Janet Chvatal, Janrain, Jantzen, Jantzen Beach Carousel, Jantzen Beach Center, January 1967, January 2012 Pacific Northwest snowstorm, Japanese community of Mexico City, Jasmine Ash, Jason Boe, Jason Isbell, Jason James Richter, Jason Lee (judge), Jason Wells (playwright), Jay Locey, Jean de Segonzac, Jean M. Auel, Jeanne Atkins, Jeff Charleston, Jeff Cogen, Jeff Gianola, Jeff Helfrich, Jeff Jahn, Jeff Kosseff, Jeff Kruse, Jeff Merkley, Jefferson (proposed Pacific state), Jefferson High School (Jefferson, Oregon), Jefferson High School (Portland, Oregon), Jefferson Smith (politician), Jeffrey Grayson, Jeffrey St. Clair, Jehovah's Witnesses' handling of child sex abuse, Jennifer Jako, Jennifer Rivera, Jensen Huang, Jeremiah Dominguez, Jeremiah Masoli, Jerry Willey, Jessica Vega Pederson, Jesuit High School (Beaverton, Oregon), Jewel Lansing, Jewell School, Jiggles, Jiggs Parrott, Jill Ellis, Jim Barnett (basketball), Jim Bell, Jim Hill (Oregon politician), Jim Huffman, Jim Joyce, Jim Leisy, Jim Lynam, Jim Lynch (writer), Jim Thompson (Oregon politician), Jim Torrey, Jimmy Mak's, Jive Software, Jodi Hack, Jody Allen, Joe Gallegos, Joel David Moore, Joey Gibson (political activist), John Barnes (manager), John Batiste, John Brotherton, John C. Robertson, John Canzano, John Dallum, John Davis (Oregon politician), John Day (trapper), John E. Tourtellotte, John Gates (Portland mayor), John H. Dick, John J. Farrell, John Jacob Astor Hotel, John Kenneth Turner, John Kitzhaber, John Kroger, John L. Morrison (pioneer), John M. Breck, John McCallum (sports writer), John Quincy Adams and Elizabeth Young House, John Robinson (American actor), John Ross Tower, John Sellwood, John Sperling, John Storrs (architect), John Stossel, John T. Apperson, John Trudeau, John W. Reynolds (Oregon attorney), John Wilson (philanthropist), John Yeon, Johnathan Loyd, Johnny Helms, Johnson City, Oregon, Jokerman 8, Jon Heder, Jon Ritzheimer, Jonathan Franzen, Jonathan Raymond, Jordan Cove Energy Project, Jordan Valley High School, Jory (soil), Joseph Gale, Joseph George Megler, Joseph High School, Joseph N. Dolph, Joseph Robertson (OHSU), Joseph Rose, Joseph Schwantner: New Morning for the World; Nicolas Flagello: The Passion of Martin Luther King, Joshua Berger, Joshua Sweeney, Josiah Failing, Judi Hofer, Judicial activism, Jujamcyn Theaters, Julie Joosten, Julie Parrish (politician), Julius C. Moreland, Julius Meier, July 1917, Junction City High School (Oregon), Just Out, Just Yell Fire, Justin Kirk, Justin Monahan, Kaiser Sunnyside Medical Center, Kalani Sitake, Kalapuya High School, Kaleb Canales, Kameron Chatman, Karen Minnis, Karen Schmeer, Karen Thatcher, Kari Chisholm, Karl Marlantes, Kate Brown, Kate Nauta, Katherine Ann Power, Katherine Cole, Katherine Russell Rich, Kathryn Aalto, Kathryn Day, Kathryn Lasky, Katie Eyre Brewer, Katie Harman, Katie McGregor, KBPS (AM), Keaton Kristick, Keen (shoe company), Keep Portland Weird, Keith Hunter Jesperson, Keller Auditorium, Keller Fountain Park, Kelly Blair LaBounty, Ken Jernstedt Airfield, Kenji Bunch, Kenneth Jernstedt, Kenneth L. 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A Christmas Tale

A Christmas Tale (Un conte de Noël) is a 2008 French comedy-drama film by Arnaud Desplechin, starring Catherine Deneuve, Jean-Paul Roussillon, Mathieu Amalric, Anne Consigny, Melvil Poupaud, Emmanuelle Devos and Chiara Mastroianni.

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A Clash of Kings

A Clash of Kings is the second novel in A Song of Ice and Fire, an epic fantasy series by American author George R. R. Martin expected to consist of seven volumes.

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A Game of Thrones

A Game of Thrones is the first novel in A Song of Ice and Fire, a series of fantasy novels by American author George R. R. Martin.

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A House, A Home

A House, A Home is a 2012 American short film/narrative music video scored by Alialujah Choir and features Portland Cello Project.

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A Mighty Heart (film)

A Mighty Heart is a 2007 drama film directed by Michael Winterbottom; It is an adaptation of Mariane Pearl's memoir, A Mighty Heart.

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A Special Night with Demi Lovato

A Special Night with Demi Lovato was the second headlining concert tour by American singer Demi Lovato, in support of her third studio album Unbroken (2011).

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A-dec

A-dec (Austin Dental Equipment Company) is a dental office furniture and equipment manufacturer based in Newberg, Oregon, United States.

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A. Bates

Auline Bates, pen name A. Bates, is an American author, who has written the teen suspense novels Party Line, Final Exam, Mother's Helper, The Dead Game and Krazy 4 U. Bates's early life was spent in Washington, New Mexico, Idaho and California, with the family moving regularly to follow her father's employment in the nuclear safety field.

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A. E. Doyle

Albert Ernest Doyle (July 27, 1877 – January 23, 1928) was a prolific architect in the U.S. states of Oregon and Washington.

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A. W. Piper

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Aaron Kosminski

Aaron Kosminski (born Aron Mordke Kozmiński; 11 September 1865 – 24 March 1919) was a Jewish Polish emigrant in England who is a suspect in the Jack the Ripper case.

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Aaron Novick

Aaron Novick (June 24, 1919 – December 21, 2000) is considered one of the founders of molecular biology.

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Abigail Scott Duniway

Abigail Scott Duniway (October 22, 1834 – October 11, 1915) was an American women's rights advocate, newspaper editor and writer, whose efforts were instrumental in gaining voting rights for women.

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Abraham Lincoln (Waters)

Abraham Lincoln is an outdoor bronze sculpture of Abraham Lincoln by George Fite Waters, located in the South Park Blocks in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Academic boycott of Israel

The campaign for an academic boycott of Israel was launched in Ramallah, in the West Bank, in April 2004 by a group of Palestinian academics and intellectuals that formed the Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PACBI).

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Academy for Character Education

Academy for Character Education (ACE) is a public charter school in Cottage Grove, Oregon, United States.

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Academy of Arts and Academics

Academy of Arts and Academics (A3) is a public high school in downtown Springfield, Oregon, United States.

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Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro

Acadia: A New Orleans Bistro, or simply Acadia, is a Cajun- and Louisiana Creole-style restaurant in northeast Portland, Oregon, in the United States.

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Adams High School (Portland, Oregon)

John Adams High School was a public high school in Portland, Oregon, United States, managed by Portland Public Schools (PPS).

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Adcox Aviation Trade School

The Adcox Aviation Trade School was established in Portland, Oregon in the 1910s.

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Admiral Apartments

The Admiral Apartments, originally the Wheeldon Apartments and also known as the Admiral Hotel Apartments, is a five-story brick Tudor Revival apartment building in downtown Portland, Oregon, United States, that was built in 1909.

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Adolph Aschoff

Adolph Aschoff (May 21, 1849–1930) was a homesteader in the U.S. state of Oregon in the late 19th century.

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Adrianna Franch

Adrianna "A.D." Nichole Franch (born November 12, 1990) is an American soccer goalkeeper.

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Adrienne King

Adrienne King (born July 21, 1960) is an American actress and artist.

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Aerotrain (GM)

The Aerotrain was a streamlined trainset introduced by General Motors Electro-Motive Division in the mid-1950s.

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Aimee Phan

Aimee Phan is a Vietnamese-American author.

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Airshow of the Cascades

The Airshow of the Cascades is an annual event held in August at the Madras Municipal Airport in Central Oregon.

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Ajay Bhatt

Ajay V. Bhatt is an Indian-American computer architect who helped define and develop several widely used technologies, including USB (Universal Serial Bus), AGP (Accelerated Graphics Port), PCI Express, Platform Power management architecture and various chipset improvements.

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Akeelah and the Bee

Akeelah and the Bee is a 2006 American drama film written and directed by Doug Atchison.

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Al Kennedy Alternative High School

Al Kennedy Alternative High School is a public alternative high school in Cottage Grove, Oregon, United States.

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Al-Farouq Aminu

Al-Farouq Ajiede Aminu (born September 21, 1990) is a Nigerian-American professional basketball player for the Portland Trail Blazers of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

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Alan Jones (drummer)

Alan Jones (born August 4, 1962) is an American jazz drummer, composer and educator.

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Alan Olsen

Alan Randal Olsen (born March 24, 1948) is an American Republican politician who serves in the Oregon State Senate, representing Oregon's 20th Senate district in southeastern Clackamas County, including the cities of Barlow, Canby, Gladstone, Johnson City, Oregon City, and portions of Milwaukie.

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Alaska Dispatch

Alaska Dispatch is a news organization founded in 2008 and based in Anchorage, Alaska.

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Albany (sternwheeler 1868)

Albany was a stern-wheel driven steamboat that operated on the Willamette River from 1868 to 1875. This vessel should not be confused with the later sternwheeler Albany (ex N.S. Bentley), which ran, also on the Willamette River, from 1896 to 1906, when it was rebuilt and renamed Georgie Burton.

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Albany Options School

Albany Options School is a public alternative school in Albany, Oregon, United States.

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Albert S. Sholes House

The Albert S. Sholes House, located in Cornelius, Oregon, is a house listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).

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Albertina Kerr

Albertina Kerr (July 13, 1890 – October 17, 1911), was the wife of Kerr Glass Company founder Alexander H. Kerr and the namesake for the Albertina Kerr Centers in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Alberto Salazar

Alberto Salazar (born August 7, 1958) is an American track coach and former world-class long-distance runner.

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Albin W. Norblad

Albin Walter Norblad III (March 15, 1939 – February 10, 2014) was an attorney in the U.S. state of Oregon, and a judge of the Oregon Circuit Court for the 3rd judicial district, in Marion County at Salem.

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Albina Library

The Albina Library is a branch of the Multnomah County Library, located in northeast Portland, Oregon.

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Albina Yard

The Albina Yard is a rail yard located in the Albina district of Portland, Oregon currently operated by the Union Pacific Railroad.

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Alco Apartments

The Alco Apartments are mixed-use buildings in Portland, Oregon, completed in 1912 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places on January 17, 2017.

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Alcoholic beverages in Oregon

The U.S. state of Oregon has an extensive history of laws regulating the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages, dating back to 1844.

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Alert (sternwheeler 1865)

Alert was a sternwheeler steamboat which operated on the Willamette River, in Oregon, United States, from 1865 to 1875.

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Alex Frost

Alexander Richard "Alex" Frost (born February 17, 1987) is an American actor.

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Alex Niño

Alex Niño (born May 1, 1940) is a Filipino comics artist best known for his work for the American publishers DC Comics, Marvel Comics, and Warren Publishing, and in Heavy Metal magazine.

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Alex Tizon

Tomas Alexander Asuncion Tizon (October 30, 1959 – March 23, 2017) was a Filipino-American author and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist.

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Alex Vause

Alex Vause is a fictional character played by Laura Prepon on the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black.

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Alexis Restaurant

Alexis Restaurant was a Greek restaurant in Portland, Oregon's Old Town Chinatown neighborhood, in the United States.

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Alfred H. Corbett

Alfred Hoyt Corbett (July 22, 1915November 10, 2000) was an American attorney, businessman, and politician in the state of Oregon.

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Alialujah Choir

Alialujah Choir (-lee--loo- kwy-ər) is an American folk band based in Portland, Oregon.

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Alibi (Portland, Oregon)

The Alibi, also known as Alibi Restaurant and Lounge and Alibi Tiki Lounge, is a restaurant and tiki bar located in Portland, Oregon's Overlook neighborhood, in the United States.

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Alice (sternwheeler)

Alice was a stern-wheel driven steamboat that operated on the Willamette and Columbia rivers in the 1870s and 1880s.

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Alissa Keny-Guyer

Alissa Keny-Guyer (born on May 20, 1959) is an American politician and a Democratic member of the Oregon House of Representatives representing District 46 (parts of SE and NE Portland) since her September 27, 2011 appointment by the Multnomah County Board of Commissioners to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Ben Cannon.

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Alkali Lake Chemical Waste Dump

Alkali Lake Chemical Waste Dump is a hazardous waste disposal site near the southwest edge of Alkali Lake, a seasonally dry playa in Lake County, Oregon.

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All Is Lost

All Is Lost is a 2013 survival drama film written and directed by J. C. Chandor.

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Allen Alley

Allen Alley (born August 3, 1954) is an American businessman and Republican politician from the State of Oregon.

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Allen G. Rushlight

Allen Golden Rushlight (February 26, 1874 – January 6, 1930) was an American politician, businessman, and plumber in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Allen Say

Allen Say (born James Allen Koichi Moriwaki Seii in 1937; surname written in Japanese) is an Asian American writer and illustrator.

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Alliance Charter Academy

Alliance Charter Academy is a public charter school in Oregon City, Oregon, United States.

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Alliance High School (Portland, Oregon)

Alliance High School is a public alternative high school in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Allison Cook (Miss Oregon)

Allison Elizabeth Cook (born January 30, 1994) is an American beauty pageant titleholder from Klamath Falls, Oregon, who was crowned Miss Oregon 2013.

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Allow Me (Portland, Oregon)

Allow Me, also known as Umbrella Man, is an iconic 1983 bronze sculpture by John Seward Johnson II, located in Pioneer Courthouse Square in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Aloha Community Library

The Aloha Community Library is a library serving the community of Aloha, Oregon, United States.

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Aloha Farmhouse

The Aloha Farmhouse is a Craftsman-inspired residence located in Aloha, Oregon, United States, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Aloha, Oregon

Aloha (not) is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Washington County, Oregon, United States.

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Alsea High School

Alsea High School is a public high school in Alsea, Oregon, United States.

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Alvin T. Smith

Alvin Thompson Smith (November 17, 1802 – January 22, 1888) was an American missionary and politician in what became the state of Oregon.

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Alvin T. Smith House

The Alvin T. Smith House is a two-story home on Elm Street in Forest Grove, Oregon, United States.

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Amalgamated Sugar Company

The Amalgamated Sugar Company is an American sugar beet-refining company run on a cooperative basis.

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Amanda Bennett

Amanda Bennett (born July 9, 1952) is an American journalist and author.

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Amanda Fritz

Amanda Fritz (born April 1958) is a retired registered psychiatric nurse and politician from the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Amanda Marshall (attorney)

Sally Amanda Marshall is an American lawyer in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Amazon Books

Amazon Books is a chain of retail bookstores owned by online retailer Amazon.

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American Advertising Museum

The American Advertising Museum was a museum in downtown Portland, Oregon, United States.

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American College of Healthcare Sciences

The American College of Healthcare Sciences (ACHS) is a for-profit online college based in Portland, Oregon, that specializes in online holistic health distance education.

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American Empress

The American Empress is a diesel-powered paddle-wheeler that was formerly operated by Majestic America Line and named the Empress of the North.

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American Legion

The American Legion is a U.S. war veterans organization headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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American Legislative Exchange Council

The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) is a nonprofit organization of conservative state legislators and private sector representatives who draft and share model state-level legislation for distribution among state governments in the United States.

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American Manufacturing and Packaging

American Manufacturing & Packaging (AMP), previously ARC Diversified, was a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation located in Cookeville, Tennessee, mainly concerned with hiring and training the severely disabled in the manufacturing of food products.

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Amity High School (Oregon)

Amity High School is a public high school in Amity, Oregon, United States.

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Amory Holbrook

Amory Holbrook (August 15, 1820 – September 26, 1866) was an American attorney and politician in the Oregon Territory.

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Amy Yoder Begley

Amy Yoder Begley (née Yoder; born January 11, 1978 in Topeka, Indiana) is an American middle and long distance runner and a US Olympian in the 10,000 meter event at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.

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Ana Mari Cauce

Ana Mari Cauce (born January 11, 1956) is an American psychologist, college administrator and the 33rd and current president of the University of Washington.

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Ancer L. Haggerty

Ancer Lee Haggerty (born August 26, 1944) is an inactive Senior United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Oregon.

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André Roch

André Roch (August 21, 1906 in Hermance, Switzerland – November 19, 2002 in Geneva) was a mountaineer, avalanche researcher and expert, skier, resort developer, engineer, and author.

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Andrew Schneider (journalist)

Andrew Jay Schneider (November 13, 1942 – February 17, 2017) was an American journalist and investigative reporter who worked for the Pittsburgh Press and Seattle Post-Intelligencer as a public-health reporter.

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Andrew Wiederhorn

Andrew A. Wiederhorn (born February 10, 1966) is an American businessman from Portland, Oregon.

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Andy Ricker

Andy Ricker (born 1964) is an American chef, restaurateur and cookery writer, known for his skill and expertise in northern Thai cuisine.

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Angela Batinovich

Angela Batinovich is an American businesswoman.

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Angkor I

Angkor I is an outdoor stainless steel sculpture by Lee Kelly, located at Millennium Plaza Park in Lake Oswego, Oregon, in the United States.

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Ann Curry

Ann Curry (born November 19, 1956) is an American journalist, and photojournalist.

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Anna Canzano

Anna Song Canzano is an American broadcast journalist who works at KOIN-Television in Portland, Oregon.

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Anne State

Anne M. State (born May 2, 1969) is an American television news anchor, currently weeknight anchor for KGTV, the ABC station in San Diego, California.

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Anthony Heald

Philip Anthony Mair Heald (born August 25, 1944) is an American actor known for portraying Hannibal Lecter's jail nemesis, Dr. Frederick Chilton, in The Silence of the Lambs and Red Dragon, and for playing assistant principal Scott Guber in David E. Kelley's Boston Public.

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Anthony Tolliver

Anthony Tolliver (born June 1, 1985) is an American professional basketball player for the Detroit Pistons of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

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Anti-abortion violence

Anti-abortion violence is violence committed against individuals and organizations that provide abortion.

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Anti-Catholicism in the United States

Anti-Catholicism in the United States is historically deeply rooted in the anti-Catholic attitudes brought by British Protestant to the American colonies.

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Antoinette Hatfield Hall

Antoinette Hatfield Hall, formerly known as the New Theatre Building, is a complex located in Portland, Oregon, in the United States.

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Anton Zamloch

Anton Zamloch, also known as “Professor Zamloch” and “Zamloch the Great,” was an American magician who toured with his magic act from 1869 through 1912.

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Antonio DeVity

Antonio DeVity (1901–1993), born Reggio Calbria, was an Italian painter born in Naples.

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Anya's Ghost

Anya's Ghost is a coming-of-age ghost story in graphic novel format.

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Aparna Brielle

Aparna Parthasarathy (born February 5, 1994), best known by her stage name Aparna Brielle, is an American actress.

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Ape Canyon

Ape Canyon is a gorge along the edge of the Plains of Abraham, on the southeast shoulder of Mount St. Helens in the state of Washington.

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Appaloosa (film)

Appaloosa is a 2008 American Western film based on the 2005 novel ''Appaloosa'' by crime writer Robert B. Parker.

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Apple Valley Airport (Oregon)

Apple Valley Airport is a private airport located one mile southeast of Buxton in Washington County, Oregon, United States.

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April Henry

April Henry (born April 14, 1959) is an American New York Times bestselling author of mysteries, thrillers, and young adult novels.

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Archie E. Mitchell

The Reverend Archie Emerson Mitchell (born May 1, 1918) was a minister with the Christian and Missionary Alliance (C&MA).

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Ardyth Kennelly

Ardyth Matilda Kennelly (April 15, 1912 – January 19, 2005) was an American novelist, with five novels published between 1949 and 1956 and one published posthumously, in 2014.

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Area codes 541 and 458

North American area code 541 covers the majority of Oregon in terms of surface area, except the northwest part of the state.

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Ariana Jacob

Ariana Jacob is an artist based in Portland, Oregon, in the United States.

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Arlene Holt Baker

Arlene Holt Baker (born 1951) is an African American trade union activist and labor leader.

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Arlene Schnitzer

Arlene Schnitzer (née Director; born 1929) is an arts patron and philanthropist.

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Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

The Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, opened as the Portland Publix Theater before becoming the Paramount Theatre after 1930, is a historic theater building and performing arts center in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Arlington Club

The Arlington Club is a private social club organized in 1867 by 35 business and banking leaders of Portland in the US state of Oregon.

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Arlington High School (Oregon)

Arlington High School is a public high school located in Arlington, Oregon, United States.

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Armadillo Technical Institute

Armadillo Technical Institute (ATI) is a small public charter school in Phoenix, Oregon, United States.

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Army of Shadows

Army of Shadows (L'armée des ombres) is a 1969 French film directed by Jean-Pierre Melville.

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Arno H. Denecke

Arno H. Denecke (May 7, 1916 – October 20, 1993) was an American jurist born in Illinois.

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Art Barr

Arthur Leon Barr (October 8, 1966 – November 23, 1994) was an American professional wrestler.

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Art Bell

Arthur William Bell III (June 17, 1945 – April 13, 2018) was an American broadcaster and author.

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Art punk

Art punk is a category of punk bands which are arguably more sophisticated than their peers, and go beyond punk's garage rock foundations.

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Arthur Gregg Sulzberger

Arthur Gregg "A.G." Sulzberger (born August 5, 1980) is an American journalist who is the publisher of The New York Times. He is the son of Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr., the chairman of The New York Times Company and the preceding publisher of The New York Times.

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Artie Wilson

Arthur Lee Wilson (October 28, 1920October 31, 2010) was a professional baseball player.

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Arts & Communication Magnet Academy

Arts & Communication Magnet Academy (ACMA) is a publicly funded arts magnet school in Beaverton, Oregon, United States.

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Arts and Technology High School

Arts and Technology High School, known as ATHS or ArtTech, is a public charter high school in Wilsonville, Oregon, United States.

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Asa Lovejoy

Asa Lawrence Lovejoy (March 14, 1808 – September 10, 1882) was an American pioneer and politician in the region that would become the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Asahel Bush

Asahel Bush (June 4, 1824 – December 23, 1913) was an American newspaper publisher and businessman in Salem, Oregon.

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Ashland High School (Oregon)

Ashland High School (AHS) is a public high school in Ashland, Oregon, United States, near the Southern Oregon University campus.

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Ashland School District (Oregon)

The Ashland School District (#5) is a public school district that serves the city of Ashland, Oregon, United States.

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Ashton Eaton

Ashton James Eaton (born January 21, 1988) is a retired American decathlete and two-time Olympic champion, who holds the world record in both the decathlon and indoor heptathlon events, and is the second decathlete (after Roman Šebrle) to break the 9,000-point barrier, with 9,039 points.

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Astoria City Hall

Astoria City Hall is the current city hall for the town of Astoria, Oregon, United States.

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Astoria City Hall (old)

The Old Astoria City Hall, now known as the Clatsop County Historical Society Heritage Museum, is a historic building located in Astoria, Oregon, United States, that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Astoria High School (Oregon)

Astoria High School is a public high school in Astoria, Oregon, United States.

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Astoria Riverfront Trolley

The Astoria Riverfront Trolley is a heritage streetcar line that operates in Astoria, Oregon, United States, using former freight railroad tracks along or near the south bank of the Columbia River, with no overhead line.

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Astoria School District

The Astoria School District is a school district in the U.S. state of Oregon that serves the city of Astoria.

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Astoria–Megler Bridge

The Astoria–Megler Bridge is a steel cantilever through truss bridge in the northwest United States that spans the lower Columbia River, between Astoria, Oregon, and Point Ellice near Megler, Washington.

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Ater Wynne

Ater Wynne LLP is an American law firm based in Portland in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Athena Weston School District

Athena Weston School District (29RJ) is a three-school district that serves the cities of Athena, Weston, and Adams, and the community of Mission in Umatilla County, Oregon, United States.

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Aubrey Watzek Library

The Aubrey Watzek Library is a library on the Lewis & Clark College campus, in Portland, Oregon.

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Audrey McCall

Audrey McCall (February 26, 1915 – November 15, 2007) was an American activist, environmentalist, politician, and former First Lady of Oregon from January 9, 1967, until January 13, 1975.

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Augustus C. Kinney

Augustus Crouch Kinney (July 26, 1845 - March 24, 1908) was an American physician and scientist in the state of Oregon.

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Austin O'Brien

Austin Taylor O'Brien (born May 11, 1981) is an American actor and photographer.

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Austrarchaea binfordae

Austrarchaea binfordae is a species of spider in the gen us Austrarchaea.

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Autzen Stadium

Autzen Stadium is an outdoor football stadium in the northwest United States, in Eugene, Oregon.

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Avalon Theatre (Portland, Oregon)

Avalon Theatre, established as the Sunnyside Theatre in 1912, is the oldest operating movie theater in Portland, Oregon, and is believed to be the state's oldest theater and the first with more than one screen.

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Avatar (2009 film)

Avatar, marketed as James Cameron's Avatar, is a 2009 American epic science fiction film directed, written, produced, and co-edited by James Cameron, and stars Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Stephen Lang, Michelle Rodriguez, and Sigourney Weaver.

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Aviation American Gin

Aviation American Gin, also known as Aviation Gin, is a brand of distilled spirit first produced in Portland, Oregon, by founders Christian Krogstad and Ryan Magarian in 2006.

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AWS Elemental

AWS Elemental, formerly known as Elemental Technologies, is a software company headquartered in Portland, Oregon and owned by Amazon Web Services that specializes in providing multiscreen video solutions.

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Ax Men

Ax Men is an American reality television series that premiered on March 9, 2008 on History.

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Axium (company)

Axium (XTS Software) is a privately held software company founded in 1993 and based in Portland, Oregon.

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Škoda 10 T

The Škoda 10 T is a three-carbody-section low-floor bi-directional tram, developed by Škoda Transportation.

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Babette March

Babette March (born 1941), pronounced Marx, born Barbara Marchlowitz, formerly Babette Russell, or simply Babette, who is now known by the name Babette Beatty, was the first ''Sports Illustrated'' Swimsuit Issue cover model.

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Backspace (Portland, Oregon)

Backspace (sometimes Backspace Cafe) was a coffee shop, gallery, Internet café, and all-ages music venue located in the Old Town Chinatown neighborhood of Portland, Oregon, in the United States.

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Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans

Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans is a 2009 American crime drama film directed by Werner Herzog and starring Nicolas Cage, Eva Mendes, Tom Bower, Jennifer Coolidge, Alvin 'Xzibit' Joiner, Val Kilmer, and Brad Dourif.

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Bad Livers

The Bad Livers were a band from Austin, Texas, whose inventive musical style defied attempts to categorize them according to existing genres, though their influences included bluegrass, folk, punk, and other musical styles.

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Bag & Baggage Productions

Bag & Baggage Productions is a professional theatre company based in Hillsboro, in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Bagley Park

Bagley Park is a two-acre municipal park in downtown Hillsboro, Oregon, United States.

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Bailey Gatzert (sternwheeler)

The Bailey Gatzert was a famous sternwheel steamboat that ran on the Columbia River and Puget Sound from the 1890s to the 1920s.

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Bald Peak State Scenic Viewpoint

Bald Peak State Scenic Viewpoint is a state park located atop Bald Peak located in Yamhill County, in the United States.

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Bandon Senior High School

Bandon High School is the only public high school in Bandon, Oregon, United States.

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Bank of California Building (Portland, Oregon)

The Bank of California Building, also known as the Durham & Bates Building and currently the Three Kings Building, is a historic former bank building in downtown Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Banks High School

Banks High School is a public high school in Banks, Oregon, United States.

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Banks–Vernonia State Trail

The Banks–Vernonia State Trail is a paved rail trail and state park in northwest Oregon in the United States.

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Barbara Harper

Barbara Harper (born June 25, 1952) is a US childbirth and maternity reform activist, author, educator and internationally recognized expert on the use of warm water immersion for labor and birth.

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Barbara Roberts

Barbara Kay Roberts (born December 21, 1936) is an American politician from the state of Oregon.

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Barber Block

The Barber Block is a building complex located at the corner of Southeast Grand and Washington Streets in Portland, Oregon, listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).

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Barbur Boulevard Transit Center

The Barbur Boulevard Transit Center is a TriMet transit center located at 9750 SW Barbur Boulevard, near the intersection with Capitol Highway in southwest Portland, Oregon.

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Barry Karr

Barry Karr is the Executive Director of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry.

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Bart Simpson

Bartholomew JoJo "Bart" Simpson is a fictional character in the American animated television series The Simpsons and part of the Simpson family.

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Bart Simpson's Guide to Life

Bart Simpson's Guide to Life is a humorous book published in the United States in 1993 by HarperCollins (imprint HarperPerennial).

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Baseball Writers' Association of America

The Baseball Writers' Association of America (BBWAA) is a professional association for baseball journalists writing for daily newspapers, magazines and qualifying websites.

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Bates State Park

Bates State Park is a state park in Grant County, Oregon, USA, near Prairie City.

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Batman: The Ultimate Evil

Batman: The Ultimate Evil is a novel written by Andrew Vachss and published in 1995 by the Warner Aspect imprint of Warner Books.

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Bear Camp Road

Bear Camp Road is a rugged mountain road traversing the Klamath Mountains in Josephine and Curry counties in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Beaverton Health & Science School

The Beaverton Health & Science School is a public school in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Beaverton High School

Beaverton High School is a public high school located in Beaverton, Oregon, United States.

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Beaverton School District

The Beaverton School District is a school district in and around Beaverton, Oregon, United States.

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Beaverton Transit Center

The Beaverton Transit Center is a bus, light rail and commuter rail station in Beaverton, Oregon, United States.

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Beaverton Valley Times

The Beaverton Valley Times, also known as the Valley Times, is a weekly newspaper covering the city of Beaverton, Oregon, United States, and adjacent unincorporated areas in the northern part of the Tualatin Valley.

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Beaverton, Oregon

Beaverton is a city in Washington County, in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Bechtel

Bechtel Corporation (Bechtel Group, Inc.) is an engineering, procurement, construction, and project management company.

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Before Sunset

Before Sunset is a 2004 American romantic drama film, the sequel to Before Sunrise (1995).

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Before the Devil Knows You're Dead

Before the Devil Knows You're Dead is a 2007 American crime drama film directed by Sidney Lumet, his last feature film before his death in 2011.

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Belle Ainsworth Jenkins Estate

The Belle Ainsworth Jenkins Estate, located near Beaverton, Oregon, United States, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Belmont Library

The Belmont Library is a branch of the Multnomah County Library, located in Belmont, Portland, Oregon.

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Ben Boloff

Ben Boloff (1893–1932) was a Soviet Russian communist who lived in Portland, Oregon.

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Ben Cannon

Ben Cannon is an American educator and policymaker from Oregon.

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Ben Hur Lampman

Ben Hur Lampman (August 12,Passport Applications, January 2, 1906-March 31, 1925; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M1490, 2740 rolls http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Ben_hur_lampman_passport_application_1922.jpg); General Records of the Department of State, Record Group 59; National Archives, Washington, D.C. 1886 – January 24, 1954) was an American newspaper editor, essayist, short story writer, and poet.

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Ben Petrick

Benjamin Wayne Petrick (born April 7, 1977) is a former Major League Baseball player.

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Ben Unger

Benjamin 'Ben' Unger (born March 4, 1976 in Cornelius, Oregon) is an American politician and a Democratic member of the Oregon House of Representatives representing District 29 from 2013 to 2015.

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Bend Senior High School

Bend Senior High School is the oldest high school located in Bend, Oregon, United States.

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Bend, Oregon

Bend is a city in, and the county seat of, Deschutes County, Oregon, United States.

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Bend-La Pine School District

Bend-La Pine Schools is a school district in the U.S. state of Oregon that serves the cities of Bend and La Pine in Central Oregon and the surrounding area, including Sunriver.

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BendBroadband

BendBroadband is a cable television and internet provider in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Benjamin Franklin (Berry)

Benjamin Franklin is an outdoor 1942 sculpture depicting the Founding Father of the same name by George Berry, installed outside Franklin High School, in Portland, Oregon's South Tabor neighborhood, in the United States.

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Benjamin Stark

Benjamin Stark (June 26, 1820October 10, 1898) was an American merchant and politician in Oregon.

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Benson Bubbler

Benson Bubblers are iconic bronze drinking fountains named after businessman and philanthropist Simon Benson (1852–1942), mostly located in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Benson Polytechnic High School

Benson Polytechnic High School is a technical public high school in the Portland Public Schools district.

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Berkeley Lent

Berkeley "Bud" Lent (September 22, 1921 – November 11, 2007) was an American politician and jurist in the state of Oregon.

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Bernard Lagat

Bernard Kipchirchir Lagat (born December 12, 1974) is a Kenyan-American middle and long-distance runner.

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Bernard's Airport

Bernard's Airport, also known as Bernard Airport, was a non-commercial airfield in Beaverton, Oregon, United States, from 1928 to 1969.

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Bernie Bickerstaff

Bernard Tyrone Bickerstaff (born February 11, 1944) is an American basketball coach and front office executive, currently serving as the Senior Basketball Advisor for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

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Berry Botanic Garden

Berry Botanic Garden was a botanical garden in southwest Portland, Oregon, in the United States.

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Best Breakthrough Athlete ESPY Award

The Best Breakthrough Athlete ESPY Award, known alternatively as the Breakthrough Athlete of the Year ESPY Award, is an annual award honoring the achievements of an individual in the world of sports.

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Best Male College Athlete ESPY Award

The Best Male College Athlete ESPY Award is an annual award honoring the achievements of a male individual from the world of collegiate sports.

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Beth Riesgraf

Beth Jean Riesgraf (born August 24, 1978) is an American actress.

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Bethany Mota

Bethany Noel "Beth" Mota (born November 7, 1995) is an American video blogger.

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Bethany, Oregon

Bethany is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Washington County, Oregon, United States.

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Betsy Close

Betsy L. Close (born May 4, 1950) is a Republican politician currently serving in the Oregon State Senate.

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Betsy Johnson (politician)

Elizabeth "Betsy" Johnson (born January 12, 1951) is an American politician in the state of Oregon.

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Bettina Ring

Bettina Kay Ring (born October 16, 1963) is the Virginia Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry of Governor Ralph Northam.

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Betty Roberts

Betty Cantrell Roberts (February 5, 1923 – June 25, 2011) was an American politician and judge from the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Beverly Cleary School

The Beverly Cleary School (BCS) is a public school in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Bi-Mart

Bi-Mart is an employee-owned chain of retailers located in the U.S. states of Oregon, Washington, and Idaho.

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Bianca Bosker

Bianca Bosker is an American journalist and bestselling author.

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Bicentennial Park (Hillsboro, Oregon)

Bicentennial Park is a neighborhood park in Hillsboro in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Bicycle boulevard

A bicycle boulevard, sometimes referred to as a neighborhood greenway, neighborway, neighborhood bikeway or neighborhood byway is a type of bikeway composed of a low-speed street which has been "optimized" for bicycle traffic.

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Big Tree (Washington)

The Big Tree (also known as the Trout Lake Big Tree) was a massive Ponderosa pine tree in old growth pine and fir forest in southern Washington state, at the southern base of Mount Adams.

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Biglow Canyon Wind Farm

Biglow Canyon Wind Farm is an electricity generating wind farm facility in Sherman County, Oregon, United States.

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Biketown

Biketown (stylized as BIKETOWN), also known as Biketown PDX, is a bicycle-sharing system in Portland, Oregon, that began operation on July 19, 2016.

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Bikini barista

A bikini barista is a person who prepares and serves coffee drinks while dressed in scanty attire such as a bikini or lingerie.

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Bilingual Books

Bilingual Books, Inc. is a privately held publishing company that develops foreign language learning products.

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Bill Bowerman (sculpture)

Bill Bowerman is an outdoor 2000 sculpture of the American track and field coach of the same name by Diana Lee Jackson, installed outside the Bowerman Family Building, in the corner of Hayward Field, on the University of Oregon campus in Eugene, Oregon, in the United States.

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Bill Bradbury

Bill Bradbury (born May 29, 1949) is an American politician from the US state of Oregon.

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Bill Hogg

William Johnston Hogg (September 11, 1881 – December 8, 1909), nicknamed "Buffalo Bill", was a right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball.

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Bill Johnson (skier)

William Dean "Bill" Johnson (March 30, 1960 – January 21, 2016) was an American World Cup alpine ski racer.

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Bill Keller

Bill Keller (born January 18, 1949) is an American journalist.

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Bill Naito

William Sumio Naito (September 16, 1925 – May 8, 1996) was a noted businessman, civic leader and philanthropist in Portland, Oregon, U.S. He was an enthusiastic advocate for investment in downtown Portland, both private and public, and is widely credited for helping to reverse a decline in the area in the 1970s through acquiring and renovating derelict or aging buildings and encouraging others to invest in downtown and the central city.

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Bill O'Reilly (political commentator)

William James O'Reilly Jr. (born September 10, 1949) is an American journalist, author, and former television host.

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Bill Porter (salesman)

Bill Porter (September 9, 1932 – December 3, 2013) was an American salesman for Watkins Incorporated of Winona, Minnesota.

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Bill Rutherford (politician)

William D. Rutherford (born January 14, 1939) is an American Republican politician who served as Oregon State Treasurer from 1984 until 1987.

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Bill Schonely

William W. Schonely (born June 1, 1929), nicknamed "The Schonz", is an American sports broadcaster who was the play-by-play announcer for the Portland Trail Blazers for almost three decades, from the team's launch in 1970 until 1998.

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Bill Sizemore

Bill Sizemore (born June 2, 1951) is a political activist and writer in Happy Valley, Oregon, United States.

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Billboard

A billboard (also called a hoarding in the UK and many other parts of the world) is a large outdoor advertising structure (a billing board), typically found in high-traffic areas such as alongside busy roads.

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Billy Rancher

Billy Rancher (February 28, 1957 – December 2, 1986) was an American rock vocalist and songwriter, front man of The Malchicks, Billy Rancher and the Unreal Gods, and Flesh and Blood (all based in Portland, Oregon).

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Billy Ray Bates

Billy Ray Bates (born May 31, 1956) is a retired American professional basketball player.

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Binford & Mort

Binford & Mort Publishing is a book publishing company located in Hillsboro, Oregon, United States.

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Birdman (film)

Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), commonly known simply as Birdman, is a 2014 American black comedy film directed by Alejandro G. Iñárritu.

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Biscuit Fire publication controversy

The Biscuit Fire publication controversy was an academic and political controversy in the United States in January 2006 about publication of an academic paper titled Post-wildfire logging hinders regeneration and increases fire risk.

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Bisexuality in the United States

This article addresses the history of bisexuality in the United States. It covers this history from 1892, when the first English-language use of the word "bisexual", in the sense of being sexually attracted to both women and men, occurred, to the present.

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Bitar Mansion

Bitar Mansion, also known as Harry A. Green House or the Harry A. and Ada Green House, is a mansion in the Laurelhurst neighborhood of Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Bite of Oregon

Bite of Oregon is an annual food festival held in Portland, Oregon.

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Black Hawk (steamboat 1850)

Black Hawk was one of three small iron-propeller driven steamboats manufactured in Philadelphia in about 1850 and shipped to the west coast of United States to be placed in river service.

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Blaine Neal

Blaine Neal (born April 6, 1978 in Marlton, New Jersey) is a former Major League Baseball relief pitcher.

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Blake Andrews

Blake Andrews (29 December 1968) is an American street photographer and blogger based in Eugene, Oregon.

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Blockbuster LLC

Blockbuster LLC, formerly Blockbuster Entertainment, Inc., and also known as Blockbuster Video or simply Blockbuster, was an American-based provider of home movie and video game rental services through video rental shops, DVD-by-mail, streaming, video on demand, and cinema theater.

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BLT cocktail

A BLT cocktail is a cocktail made out of the contents of a BLT sandwich, (bacon, lettuce and tomato), blended together with vodka.

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Blue Bus lines

The “Blue Bus” lines was a group of four affiliated privately owned public transportation companies that provided bus transit service in the Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area in the 1950s and 1960s.

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Blue Monk (Portland, Oregon)

The Blue Monk was a bar, music venue, and restaurant in southeast Portland, Oregon, in the United States.

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Blue Mountain Alternative High School

Blue Mountain Alternative High School is a public alternative high school in John Day, Oregon, United States.

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Blue Sky Gallery

Blue Sky Gallery (a.k.a. The Oregon Center for the Photographic Arts) is a non-profit "exhibition and explication space", "community research center", and archive for contemporary photography in Portland, Oregon.

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Bluehour

Bluehour (sometimes erroneously called Blue Hour) is a Mediterranean restaurant and bar in Portland, Oregon's Pearl District, in the United States.

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BlueOregon

BlueOregon is a high-profile progressive blog covering the politics of the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Bly Ranger Station

The Bly Ranger Station is a United States Forest Service compound that serves as the headquarters for the Bly Ranger District which is an administrative subdivision of the Fremont National Forest.

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Boardman Coal Plant

The Boardman Coal Plant is a coal-fired power plant located in Boardman, Oregon.

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Boardman, Oregon

Boardman is a city in Morrow County, Oregon, United States on the Columbia River and Interstate 84.

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Boaz Frankel

Boaz Frankel (born Portland, Oregon, 24 May 1982) is an American television personality who hosted and co-created the television show Clips & Quips and created the video series The Un-Road Trip, slated to become a television series on Halogen TV in 2011.

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Bob Beall

Robert Brooks Beall (born April 24, 1948, in Portland, Oregon) is a former professional American baseball player who played Major League Baseball for the Atlanta Braves (-) and the Pittsburgh Pirates in.

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Bob Farrell (motivational speaker)

Robert E. "Bob" Farrell (December 10, 1927 – August 14, 2015) was an American motivational speaker, author, and founder of Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour and Restaurant.

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Bob Gross

Robert Edwin Gross (born August 3, 1953) is a retired American basketball player formerly in the NBA.

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Bob Jenson

Robert Eugene Jenson (May 11, 1931 – January 6, 2018) was a Republican politician from the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Bob Jones (Texas businessman)

Robert Edward Jones is a Texas businessman and convicted criminal.

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Bob Ociepka

Robert Henry "Bob" Ociepka is a former American basketball coach.

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Bob Packwood

Robert William Packwood (born September 11, 1932) is an American former attorney and politician from Oregon and a member of the Republican Party.

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Bob Tiernan

Bob Tiernan is an American politician who served in the Oregon House of Representatives, representing Oregon's 24th district, which included most of Lake Oswego and portions of southwestern Portland.

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Bob's Red Mill

Bob's Red Mill is a brand produced by employee-owned American company Bob's Red Mill Natural Foods of Milwaukie, Oregon, United States.

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Bobbie the Wonder Dog

Bobbie the Wonder Dog (1921–1927) was a dog who covered on his own to return home to Silverton, Oregon after he was lost while his owners were visiting family in Wolcott, Indiana.

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Bobby Chouinard

Robert William Chouinard (born May 1, 1972) is a Filipino retired Major League Baseball right-handed pitcher.

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Bode Miller

Samuel Bode Miller (born October 12, 1977) is an American former World Cup alpine ski racer.

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Bombhunters

Bombhunters is a 2006 documentary film produced and directed by Skye Fitzgerald, that documents the effects of unexploded ordnance on Cambodian people, both within their homeland and in the US.

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Bonnie Bronson

Bonnie Bronson (1940–1990) was an American painter and sculptor and one of Portland, Oregon's most prominent artists during the 1970s–1980s.

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Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2

Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 is a 2000 American psychological horror film, directed and co-written by Joe Berlinger and starring Jeffrey Donovan, Stephen Barker Turner, Kim Director, Erica Leerhsen and Tristine Skyler.

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Boone Bridge

Boone Bridge is a steel girder highway bridge over the Willamette River at Wilsonville, Oregon, in the United States.

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Boring, Oregon

Boring is an unincorporated community in Clackamas County, Oregon, United States.

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Borophaginae

The subfamily Borophaginae is an extinct group of canids called "bone-crushing dogs" that were endemic to North America during the Oligocene to Pliocene and lived roughly 36—2.5 million years ago and existing for about.

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Boston Evening Transcript

The Boston Evening Transcript was a daily afternoon newspaper in Boston, Massachusetts, published from July 24, 1830, to April 30, 1941.

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Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), commonly known as mad cow disease, is a transmissible spongiform encephalopathy and fatal neurodegenerative disease in cattle that may be passed to humans who have eaten infected flesh.

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Box office

A box office or ticket office is a place where tickets are sold to the public for admission to an event.

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Boxing in Japan

The history of boxing in Japan began in 1854 when Matthew Perry landed at Shimoda, Shizuoka soon after the Convention of Kanagawa.

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Brad Adkins

Brad Adkins (born 1973) is an American self-taught artist and curator.

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Brad Avakian

Bradley Paul Avakian (born February 4, 1961) is the Commissioner of the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries.

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Brad Lamm

Brad Lamm (born 1966) is the founder of Breathe Life Healing Centers, and an American interventionist, educator and author of How to Help the One You Love: A New Way to Intervene (2010).

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Brad Witt

Bradley "Brad" Witt (born 1952) is an American Democratic politician who is a current member of the Oregon House of Representatives for District 31, representing most of Columbia and parts of Clatsop and Multnomah counties, since his appointment in January 2005.

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Bradwood Landing

Bradwood Landing was a proposed terminal for receiving liquefied natural gas (LNG) and converting the liquid back into a gas for transport via pipeline in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Bram Dijkstra

Bram Dijkstra (born 5 July 1938) is a retired professor of English literature and the author of seven books on literary and artistic subjects.

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Brandon Roy

Brandon Dawayne Roy (born July 23, 1984) is an American basketball coach and a former professional basketball player who played for the Portland Trail Blazers and Minnesota Timberwolves in the National Basketball Association (NBA).

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Branford Price Millar Library

The Branford Price Millar Library is the library of Portland State University (PSU) in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Brasserie Montmartre

Brasserie Montmartre was a French, and later Mediterranean, restaurant and jazz club in Portland, Oregon, in the United States.

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Breakout (Miley Cyrus song)

"Breakout" is a song by American recording artist Miley Cyrus.

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Bree Schaaf

Bree Schaaf (born May 28, 1980) is an American skeleton racer who competed from 2002 to 2007, then switched over to bobsled as a pilot from 2007-2014.

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Brenda Bakke

Brenda Jean Bakke (born May 15, 1963) is an American actress, best known for her roles in 1990s films Hot Shots! Part Deux, Gunmen, Demon Knight and Under Siege 2: Dark Territory.

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Brent Barton

Brent Barton (born March 11, 1980) is a Democratic politician from the US state of Oregon.

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Brett Bigham

Brett Bigham is an American educator.

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Brian Boquist

Brian James Boquist (born October 20, 1958) is a Republican politician from the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Brian Clem

Brian L. Clem (born 1972) is a Democratic member of the Oregon House of Representatives, representing District 21 (largely centered on Salem, Oregon).

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Brian Druker

Brian J. Druker (born April 30, 1955) is a physician-scientist at Oregon Health & Science University, in Portland, Oregon.

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Brian Krzanich

Brian Matthew Krzanich (born May 9, 1960) is the former chief executive officer (CEO) of Intel.

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Brian Lanker

Brian Lanker (August 31, 1947 – March 13, 2011) was an American photographer.

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Brian McFayden

Brian McFayden (born October 1, 1976 in Omaha, Nebraska) is an American television personality.

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Brian McMenamin

Brian McMenamin (born 1957) is an American businessman and philanthropist in the state of Oregon.

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Brian Teacher

Brian David Teacher (born December 23, 1954) is a right-handed American former professional male tennis player.

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Bridgetown Comedy Festival

The Bridgetown Comedy Festival is a stand-up comedy festival located in the Hawthorne district of Portland, Oregon every spring, featuring standup comedy showcases, live podcasts, panel discussions and improv comedy.

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Brightest Star (film)

Brightest Star (also titled Light Years) is a 2013 American independent romantic comedy film directed by Maggie Kiley and starring Chris Lowell and Rose McIver.

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Bring It On (film)

Bring It On is a 2000 American teen comedy film directed by Peyton Reed and written by Jessica Bendinger.

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Bring Me to Life

"Bring Me to Life" is a song by American rock band Evanescence recorded for their debut studio album Fallen (2003).

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Broadway Bridge (Portland)

The Broadway Bridge is a Rall-type bascule bridge spanning the Willamette River in Portland, Oregon, United States, built in 1913.

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Broadway Rose Theatre Company

Broadway Rose Theatre Company is a professional musical theatre company based in Tigard, Oregon.

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Brodart

Brodart Company is an international products and services company that serves libraries.

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Brokeback Mountain

Brokeback Mountain is a 2005 American neo-Western romantic drama film directed by Ang Lee and produced by Diana Ossana and James Schamus.

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Brookings, Oregon

Brookings is a city in Curry County, Oregon, United States.

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Brookings-Harbor High School

Brookings-Harbor High School (BHHS) is a public high school located in Brookings, Oregon, United States.

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Brother Jonathan (steamer)

Brother Jonathan was a paddle steamer that struck an uncharted rock near Point St.

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Brother Speed

The Brother Speed Motorcycle Club is a that was formed in Boise, Idaho in 1969.

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Bruce Starr

Bruce Starr (born January 12, 1969) is an American politician and businessman in Oregon.

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Buchanan, Oregon

Buchanan is an unincorporated community in Harney County, Oregon, United States.

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Buck Williams

Charles Linwood "Buck" Williams (born March 8, 1960) is an American retired professional basketball player and former assistant coach for the Portland Trail Blazers.

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Bud Clark

John Elwood "Bud" Clark, Jr. (born December 19, 1931) is an American politician and businessman in the state of Oregon who served as Mayor of Portland, Oregon, from 1985 to 1992.

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Budd Rail Diesel Car

The Budd Rail Diesel Car, RDC or Buddliner is a self-propelled diesel multiple unit (DMU) railcar.

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Buddy Rose

Paul R. Perschmann (November 27, 1952 – April 28, 2009) was an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name, "Playboy" Buddy Rose.

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Bull Mountain, Oregon

Bull Mountain is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Washington County, Oregon, United States.

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Bullards Bridge

The Bullards Bridge (or simply Bullards Bridge) is a vertical-lift bridge that spans the Coquille River near where the river empties into the Pacific Ocean, just north of Bandon, Oregon, United States.

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Bullseye Glass

Bullseye Glass is a glass manufacturer in Brooklyn, Portland, Oregon, in the United States.

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Bundy standoff

The 2014 Bundy standoff was an armed confrontation between supporters of cattle rancher Cliven Bundy and law enforcement following a 21-year legal dispute in which the United States Bureau of Land Management (BLM) obtained court orders directing Bundy to pay over $1 million in withheld grazing fees for Bundy's use of federally-owned land adjacent to Bundy's ranch in southeastern Nevada.

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Burlington Northern Railroad Bridge 5.1

The Burlington Northern Railroad Bridge 5.1 or BNSF Railway Bridge 5.1, also known as the St.

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Burlington Northern Railroad Bridge 9.6

Burlington Northern Railroad Bridge 9.6 or BNSF Railway Bridge 9.6, also known as the Columbia River Railroad Bridge, is through truss railway bridge across the Columbia River, between Portland, Oregon, and Vancouver, Washington, owned and operated by BNSF Railway.

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Burma Chronicles

Burma Chronicles (Chroniques Birmanes), is a 2007 Canadian graphic novel written and illustrated by Guy Delisle.

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Burns High School (Oregon)

Burns High School is a public high school in Burns, Oregon, United States.

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Burnside Burn

The "Burnside Burn" was an event held on the Burnside Bridge in Portland, Oregon, starting at midnight on July 1, 2015, the day recreational marijuana became legal in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Burnside Triangle

The Burnside Triangle, also known as Pink Triangle or Vaseline Alley, was a triangular district in Portland, Oregon, United States, known for its relatively higher density of LGBT and gay-friendly businesses.

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Burnt River School

Burnt River School is a public K–12 school in Unity, Oregon, United States.

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Bus Boyk

Norval Newton "Bus" Boyk (October 14, 1917 - April 26, 2010) was a noted American fiddler whose career extended from the 1930s to the 1990s and who played in many bands during those eras.

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Bush Conservatory of Music

The Bush Temple Conservatory of Music and Dramatic Art was an American conservatory of music based in Chicago with a branches in Dallas and Memphis.

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Butch Morse

Raymond Joseph "Butch" Morse (December 5, 1910 – May 22, 1995) was an American football end who played five seasons in the National Football League (NFL).

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Butte Falls Secondary School

Butte Falls Secondary School is a public high school in Butte Falls, Oregon, United States.

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Buxton, Oregon

Buxton is an unincorporated community in Washington County, Oregon, United States, near Oregon Route 47.

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Byron Beck (blogger)

Byron Beck is a Portland, Oregon-based journalist and blogger who contributes to national publications, radio and television.

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Byron v. Rajneesh Foundation International

Byron v. Rajneesh Foundation International was a 1985 lawsuit filed by Helen Byron in Portland, Oregon, against Rajneesh Foundation International, the organization of Indian guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (now known as Osho).

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C-SPAN

C-SPAN, an acronym for Cable-Satellite Public Affairs Network, is an American cable and satellite television network that was created in 1979 by the cable television industry as a public service.

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C-Tran (Washington)

The C-Tran (stylized as C-TRAN), more formally the Clark County Public Transit Benefit Area Authority, is a public transit agency serving Clark County, Washington, United States, including the cities of Battle Ground, Camas, Vancouver, Washougal, and Yacolt.

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C. Gordon Fullerton

Charles Gordon Fullerton (October 11, 1936 – August 21, 2013) was a United States Air Force colonel, a USAF and NASA astronaut, and a research pilot at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Facility, Edwards, California.

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Cabinessence

"Cabinessence" (originally written as "Cabin Essence") is a song written by Brian Wilson and Van Dyke Parks for the American rock band the Beach Boys in 1966.

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Caffé Vita Coffee Roasting Company

Caffè Vita Coffee Roasting Company, commonly known as Caffè Vita, is a coffee roasting company in Seattle, Washington.

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Cairo Drive

Cairo Drive is a 2014 Egyptian documentary film by Sherief Elkatsha.

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Calico Joe

Calico Joe is John Grisham's first baseball novel.

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California English

California English (or Californian English) collectively refers to American English in California, particularly an emerging youthful variety, mostly associated with speakers of urban and coastal California.

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California Tour

The California Tour was a headlining concert tour by American rock band Blink-182 in support of the group's seventh studio album, California (2016).

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Californication (word)

Californication is a portmanteau of California and fornication, appearing in Time on May 6, 1966 and written about on August 21, 1972, additionally seen on bumper stickers in the U.S. states of Idaho, Washington, Oklahoma, and Texas.

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Camas Valley Charter School

Camas Valley Charter School is a public charter school in Camas Valley, Oregon, United States.

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Camas, Washington

Camas is a city in Clark County, Washington, with a population of 19,355 at the 2010 census.

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Camera World

Camera World was a retailer of photographic equipment and photofinishing services based in Portland, Oregon, United States, and founded in 1977.

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Camp Riverbend Youth Transitional Facility

RiverBend Alternative Education School, also known as Riverbend Youth Accountability Camp and RiverBend High School, is an alternative high school in La Grande, Oregon, United States.

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Camp Withycombe

Camp Withycombe, located in Clackamas County, Oregon, United States, was originally established as Camp Benson after Governor Frank W. Benson, but was later renamed Camp Withycombe during World War I for Governor James Withycombe.

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Canby Area Transit

Canby Area Transit, or simply CAT, is the public transit bus service provided by and for the US city of Canby, Oregon.

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Canby Ferry

The Canby Ferry is a cable ferry in the U.S. state of Oregon that connects Canby, and Wilsonville/Stafford in Clackamas County across the Willamette River.

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Canby Herald

The Canby Herald is a weekly paper published in Canby, Oregon, United States, since 1906, and covering the cities of Canby and Aurora.

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Canby High School

Canby High School is a public high school located in Canby, Oregon, United States.

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Canby School District

Canby School District is an public school district based in Canby, Oregon, United States, and serving students in Canby and the surrounding rural area of Clackamas County, including the community of Carus, parts of the city of Wilsonville, and as far south as the Ninety-One School near Hubbard.

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Canby, Oregon

Canby is a city in Clackamas County, Oregon, United States.

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Cannabis in Oregon

Cannabis in Oregon relates to a number of legislative, legal, and cultural events surrounding use of cannabis (marijuana, hashish, THC, kief, etc.). Oregon was the first U.S. state to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of cannabis, and among the first to authorize its use for medical purposes.

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Canterbury Castle (Portland, Oregon)

Canterbury Castle, also known as Arlington Castle, was a private house located in southwest Portland, Oregon and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Canyon Road

Canyon Road (Great Plank Road at inception) is a road connecting Beaverton and Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Canyonville Christian Academy

Canyonville Academy (CA), previously known as Canyonville Bible Academy (CBA), is a private Christian boarding school in Canyonville, Oregon, United States.

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Cape Air

Hyannis Air Service, Inc., operating as Cape Air, is an airline headquartered at Barnstable Municipal Airport in Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States.

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Cape Meares Light

The Cape Meares Light is an inactive lighthouse on the coast of Oregon.

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Capital punishment in Oregon

Capital punishment is a legal penalty in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Capital punishment in the United States

Capital punishment is a legal penalty in the United States, currently used by 31 states, the federal government, and the military.

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Capitol Center (Oregon)

The Capitol Center is a high-rise office building in downtown Salem, Oregon, United States.

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Captain Bogg and Salty

Captain Bogg and Salty is a pirate-themed rock band from Portland, Oregon, and a representative member of the subgenre of pirate rock.

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Captain George Flavel House Museum

The Captain George Flavel House Museum known also as Capt.

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Carl Cohen (businessman)

Carl Cohen (February 15, 1913 – December 26, 1986) was an American businessman.

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Carl Denton

James Carlyle "Carl" Denton (November 21, 1874 – November 14, 1955) was a British-born American conductor.

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Carlton E. Morse

Carlton Errol Morse (June 4, 1901 - May 24, 1993) was a Louisiana-born producer/journalist best known for his creation of the radio serial One Man's Family, which debuted in 1932 and ran until 1959 as one of the most popular as well as long-running radio soap operas of the time.

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Carole Smith

Carole Smith (born August 1954) is an education administrator in Portland, Oregon, who was the Superintendent of Portland Public Schools from 2007 until 2016.

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Caroline McGowan

Caroline McGowan (born February 25, 1991) is an American actress and beauty pageant titleholder from Corvallis, Oregon, who was crowned Miss Oregon 2011.

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Carolyn B. Shelton

Carolyn B. Shelton (October 1876 – July 26, 1936) briefly served as Governor of Oregon.

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Carolyn Wood (swimmer)

Carolyn Virginia Wood (born December 18, 1945) is an American former competition swimmer, Olympic champion, and former world record-holder.

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Carrie & Lowell

Carrie & Lowell is the seventh studio album by American musician Sufjan Stevens, released through Asthmatic Kitty on March 31, 2015.

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Carrie B. Wilson Adams

Carrie Belle (Wilson) Adams (1859–1940) was the first American woman to conduct a public performance of Handel’s oratorio, “Messiah.”"Death Claims Song Writer" and "Carrie Adams' Works Many".

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Carson City, Nevada

Carson City, officially the Consolidated Municipality of Carson City, is an independent city and the capital of the US state of Nevada, named after the mountain man Kit Carson.

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Cart with Black Ox

Cart with Black Ox, or The Ox-Cart, is an oil painting created in 1884 by Vincent van Gogh.

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Cart with Red and White Ox

Cart with Red and White Ox is an oil painting created in 1884 by Vincent van Gogh.

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Cascade AIDS Project

Cascade AIDS Project (CAP) is a nonprofit organization based in Portland, Oregon, in the United States.

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Cascade Locks School

Cascade Locks School is a public school in Cascade Locks, Oregon, United States.

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Cascade Microtech

Cascade Microtech is a semiconductor test equipment manufacturer based in Beaverton in the Portland metropolitan area of the United States.

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Cascade School District, Washington

Cascade School District No.

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Cascade Senior High School (Turner, Oregon)

Cascade Senior High School is a public high school in Turner, Oregon, United States.

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Cascadia subduction zone

The Cascadia subduction zone (also referred to as the Cascadia fault) is a convergent plate boundary that stretches from northern Vancouver Island to Northern California.

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Casino Royale (2006 film)

Casino Royale is a 2006 British spy film, the twenty-first in the Eon Productions ''James Bond'' film series, and the third screen adaptation of Ian Fleming's 1953 novel of the same name.

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Catherine Yronwode

Catherine Anna "Cat" Yronwode (née Manfredi; May 12, 1947) is an American writer, editor, graphic designer, typesetter, publisher, and practitioner of folk magic with an extensive career in the comic book industry.

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Caverns (novel)

Caverns is a 1989 novel written collaboratively as an experiment by Ken Kesey and a creative writing class that he taught at the University of Oregon.

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CC Barber

CC Barber is an American beauty pageant titleholder from Scappoose, Oregon, who was crowned Miss Oregon 2009.

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Cedar Hills Crossing

Cedar Hills Crossing, formerly Beaverton Mall, is a retail shopping center in the city of Beaverton, Oregon, United States.

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Cedar Hills, Oregon

Cedar Hills is a census-designated place and neighborhood in Washington County, Oregon, United States south of U.S. Route 26 and west of Oregon Route 217 and within the Portland metropolitan area.

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Cedar Mill, Oregon

Cedar Mill is a suburb in the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area of the United States; it is a census-designated place and an unincorporated community in Washington County, north of U.S. Route 26 and west of the Willamette Stone.

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Celeste Boureille

Celeste Anais Boureille (born April 20, 1994) is an American soccer player who plays as a midfielder for Portland Thorns FC of the NWSL.

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Celilo Falls

Celilo Falls (Wyam, meaning "echo of falling water" or "sound of water upon the rocks," in several native languages) was a tribal fishing area on the Columbia River, just east of the Cascade Mountains, on what is today the border between the U.S. states of Oregon and Washington.

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Centennial High School (Oregon)

Centennial High School (CHS) is a public high school located in Gresham, Oregon, United States.

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Centennial Learning Center

Centennial Learning Center is a public alternative high school in Gresham, Oregon, United States.

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Centennial Mills

The Centennial Mills, originally known as the Crown Mills, is a complex of twelve buildings along the Willamette River in Portland, Oregon's Pearl District, in the United States.

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Centennial School District (Oregon)

Centennial School District is a school district in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Center for Union Facts

The Center for Union Facts (CUF) is an American interest group that is critical of labor unions.

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Central Catholic High School (Portland, Oregon)

Central Catholic High School is a college prep school located in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Central Curry School District

Central Curry School District (CCSD) is a public school district that serves the communities of Agness and Gold Beach in Curry County, Oregon, United States, as well as the surrounding area.

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Central High School (Independence, Oregon)

Central High School is a public high school in Independence, Oregon, United States.

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Central Library (Portland, Oregon)

The Central Library is a three-story public library branch in downtown Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Central Linn High School

Central Linn High School is a public high school in Halsey, Oregon, United States.

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Central Medford High School

Central Medford High School (formerly Medford Opportunity High School) is a public alternative high school in Medford, Oregon, United States.

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Central Oregon and Pacific Railroad

The Central Oregon and Pacific Railroad is a Class II railroad operating between Northern California and Eugene, Oregon, United States.

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Central Point School District

Central Point School District 6 is a school district in the U.S. state of Oregon that operates schools in the communities of Central Point, Gold Hill and Sams Valley.

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Century High School (Oregon)

Century High School is located in Hillsboro, Oregon, United States.

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CenturyLink Field

CenturyLink Field is a multi-purpose stadium located in Seattle, Washington, United States.

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Cesar Chavez Boulevard (Portland, Oregon)

Cesar E. Chavez Boulevard (signs read César E. Chávez Blvd) is a street in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Chadwick School

Chadwick School is a nonsectarian independent K-12 day school located on the Palos Verdes Peninsula in Los Angeles County, California, United States.

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Chaim Koppelman

Chaim Koppelman (November 17, 1920 – December 6, 2009) was an American artist, art educator, and Aesthetic Realism consultant.

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Champoeg Meetings

The Champoeg Meetings were the first attempts at formal governance by European-American and French Canadian pioneers in the Oregon Country on the Pacific Northwest coast of North America.

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Characters of Glee

Glee is a musical comedy-drama television series that aired on Fox in the United States for six seasons from 2009 to 2015.

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Charbonneau, Oregon

Charbonneau (also known as the Charbonneau District) is a private planned community within the city limits of Wilsonville in Clackamas County, Oregon, United States.

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Charles and Fae Olson House

The Charles and Fae Olson House is a historic house in Gresham, Oregon, United States.

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Charles E. Bernard

Charles E. Bernard (July 29, 1893 – October 7, 1979) was an American aviation pioneer who developed Bernard's Airport, in Beaverton, Oregon, United States.

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Charles H. Bennett (soldier)

Charles H. Bennett (18 August 1811 – 7 December 1855) was present at the discovery of gold that initiated the California gold rush in January 1848.

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Charles H. Turner (attorney)

Charles H. Turner (January 14, 1936 – January 8, 2018) was a United States Attorney for the District of Oregon.

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Charles Hanlon

Charles J. Hanlon (September 15, 1918 – September 9, 1990) was the first independent member of the U.S. state of Oregon's legislature elected in 50 years, and the fifth in Oregon history.

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Charles L. McNary

Charles Linza McNary (June 12, 1874February 25, 1944) was a United States Republican politician from Oregon.

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Charles Piggott House

The Charles Piggott House, also known as Piggott's Castle or Gleall Castle, is a house located in southwest Portland, Oregon, that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Charles Starr

Charles Starr (born c. 1933) is an American politician and farmer in Oregon.

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Charlie Hales

Charles Andrew Hales (born January 22, 1956) is an American politician from the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Charlie Joiner

Charles B. Joiner Jr. (born October 14, 1947) is a former American football wide receiver who played professional football in the American Football League (AFL) and National Football League (NFL) for 18 seasons.

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Charlie White (figure skater)

Charles Allen "Charlie" White Jr. (born October 24, 1987) is an American ice dancer.

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Chef (2014 film)

Chef is a 2014 American comedy-drama film written, co-produced, and directed by Jon Favreau.

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Chel White

Chel White is an American film director, commercial and music video director, film producer, composer, actor, screenwriter, and visual effects supervisor.

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Chelsea Cain

Chelsea Snow Cain (born 1972) is an American writer, known for her novels and columns.

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Chemeketa Community College

Chemeketa Community College is a community college located in the unincorporated community of Hayesville, Oregon, near Salem, United States, with a campus in McMinnville and education centers in Dallas, Brooks, and Woodburn, and the Northwest Wine Studies Center in Eola.

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Cherry Grove, Oregon

Cherry Grove is an unincorporated community in Washington County, Oregon, United States.

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Cherry Poppin' Daddies

The Cherry Poppin' Daddies are an American band established in Eugene, Oregon in 1989.

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Cherry Poppin' Daddies discography

The discography of the Cherry Poppin' Daddies, a Eugene, Oregon-based ska-swing band, consists of eight studio albums, two compilation albums, five singles and three demo EPs, among other releases.

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Cheryl Strayed

Cheryl Strayed (née Nyland; born September 17, 1968) is an American memoirist, novelist, essayist and podcast host.

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Chet Bowers

C.

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Chet Orloff

Chester Lloyd "Chet" Orloff (born February 22, 1949) is a historian, writer and professor in Portland, Oregon, called "one of favorite history teachers" by The Oregonian.

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Chetco River

The Chetco River is a stream located in the southwestern portion of the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Chicago Federal Building

The Chicago Federal Building in Chicago, Illinois was constructed between 1898 and 1905 for the purpose of housing the midwest's federal courts, main post office, and other government bureaus.

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Chief Kno-Tah

Chief Kno-Tah was a wooden statue located in Shute Park in Hillsboro in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Chief Wiggum

Chief Clarence "Clancy" Wiggum is a fictional character from the animated television series The Simpsons, voiced by Hank Azaria.

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Children's Healthcare is a Legal Duty

Children's Healthcare Is a Legal Duty (CHILD) is an American nonprofit membership organization that works to stop child abuse and neglect based on religious beliefs, cultural traditions, and quackery.

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Childs Way Charter School

Childs Way Charter School is a charter school in Culp Creek, Oregon, United States.

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Chiloquin High School

Chiloquin High School is a public high school in Chiloquin, Oregon, United States.

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Chiming Fountain

The Chiming Fountain, also known as Cupid's Fountain, the John Staehli Fountain, Portland's City Park Fountain and Washington Park Fountain, is an outdoor cast iron fountain and sculpture built in 1891 by John "Hans" Staehli.

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China Aviation Industry General Aircraft

China Aviation Industry General Aircraft (CAIGA) is a Chinese aircraft manufacturer headquartered in Zhuhai, Guangdong.

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Chinatown Gateway

Chinatown Gateway is an outdoor paifang and sculpture which serves as an entrance to Old Town Chinatown, Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Chinookan peoples

Chinookan peoples include several groups of indigenous people of the Pacific Northwest in the United States who speak the Chinookan languages.

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Chip Kelly

Charles Edward "Chip" Kelly (born November 25, 1963) is an American football coach.

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Chipotle Mexican Grill

Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. is an American chain of fast casual restaurants in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, and France, specializing in tacos and Mission-style burritos.

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Chloe Eudaly

Chloe Eudaly (born 1969/70) is a bookstore owner and politician from the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Chloe Lewis (figure skater)

Chloe Rose Lewis (born June 18, 2000) is an American ice dancer.

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Chris Boucher (basketball)

Chris Boucher (born January 11, 1993) is a Saint Lucian-Canadian professional basketball player who last played for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

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Chris Dudley

Christen Guilford Dudley (born February 22, 1965) is an American retired basketball player and politician.

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Chris Kyle

Christopher Scott Kyle (April 8, 1974 – February 2, 2013) was a United States Navy SEAL veteran and sniper.

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Chris Telfer

Chris Telfer is a former Republican and current Independent Party of Oregon politician and Certified Public Accountant in Bend, Oregon, United States.

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Christmas Waltz (Mad Men)

"Christmas Waltz" is the tenth episode of the fifth season of the American television drama series Mad Men and the 62nd episode of the series overall.

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Christone Ingram

Christone "Kingfish" Ingram is a blues guitarist and singer from Clarksdale, Mississippi who has been playing from a young age.

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Christopher Shy

Christopher Shy, who occasionally goes by the pen name "Ronin," is a freelance fantasy and science fiction artist.

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Christopher Stowell

Christopher Stowell (born 1966) is an American ballet dancer and choreographer.

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Chrome Industries

Chrome Industries is a global manufacturer of messenger bags, backpacks, utility cycling apparel and utility cycling footwear.

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Chuck Currie

Chuck Currie (born 1969) is a United Church of Christ (UCC) minister in Portland, Oregon.

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Chuck Riley (politician)

Chuck Riley (born 1939) is an American politician in the state of Oregon.

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Cinemark Theatres

Cinemark USA, Inc. is an American movie theatre chain owned by Cinemark Holdings, Inc. operating throughout the Americas and in Taiwan.

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Circumcision and law

Laws restricting, regulating, or banning circumcision, some dating back to ancient times, have been enacted in many countries and communities.

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Citizens for Constitutional Freedom

Citizens for Constitutional Freedom (C4CF), later also known as People for Constitutional Freedom (P4CF), was the name taken on January 4, 2016, by an armed private U.S. militia that occupied the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Malheur National Wildlife Refuge headquarters in the U.S. state of Oregon from January 2 to February 11, 2016.

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City Liquidators

City Liquidators is a furniture warehouse in Portland, Oregon's Buckman neighborhood, in the United States.

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City of God (2002 film)

City of God (Cidade de Deus) is a 2002 Brazilian crime film directed by Fernando Meirelles and co-directed by Kátia Lund, released in its home country in 2002 and worldwide in 2003.

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City View Charter School

City View Charter School is a public charter school in Hillsboro, Oregon, United States.

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Civic Drive station

Civic Drive station is a MAX light rail station in Gresham, Oregon, on the Blue Line and is the 23rd stop eastbound on the current Eastside MAX Branch.

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Civic Stadium (Eugene, Oregon)

Civic Stadium was an outdoor athletic stadium in the western United States, located in Eugene, Oregon.

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Civil War (college football game)

The Civil War is the colloquial name for an American college football rivalry game played annually in Oregon, between the Ducks of the University of Oregon in Eugene and the Beavers of Oregon State University in Corvallis.

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Clackamas High School

Clackamas High School (CHS) is a public high school located in Clackamas, Oregon, United States.

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Clackamas Middle College

Clackamas Middle College (CMC) is a public charter school in Happy Valley, Oregon, United States.

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Clackamas Print

The Clackamas Print is the award-winning student newspaper of Clackamas Community College.

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Clackamas Town Center

Clackamas Town Center is a shopping mall established in 1981Sorenson, Donald J. (March 7, 1981).

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Clackamas Town Center shooting

On December 11, 2012, a shooting occurred at the Clackamas Town Center in unincorporated Clackamas County, outside the city of Portland, Oregon, USA.

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Clackamas Town Center Transit Center

The Clackamas Town Center Transit Center is a bus transit center and MAX Light Rail station on the MAX Green Line, located in Clackamas County, Oregon, in the southeastern part of the Portland metropolitan area.

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Clackamas Web Academy

Clackamas Web Academy is a public school in Clackamas, Oregon, United States.

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Clara C. Munson

Clara Cynthia Munson (June 16, 1861 – October 19, 1938) was an American politician who served as mayor of Warrenton, Oregon and was the first woman elected mayor in Oregon during the 20th century.

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Classic Aircraft Aviation Museum

The Classic Aircraft Aviation Museum is an aviation museum located in Hillsboro in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Clatskanie Middle/High School

Clatskanie Middle/High School is a public school in Clatskanie, Oregon, United States that serves both middle school- and high school-age students.

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Clatskanie School District

The Clatskanie School District (6J) is a two-school public school district in Columbia County, Oregon, United States.

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Claude Ewing Rusk

Claude Ewing Rusk (November 20, 1871 – February 3, 1931), also known as C. E. Rusk, was an American mountaineer, lawyer, and author from Washington who pioneered routes up Mount Adams, Mount Baker, and Glacier Peak.

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Clayton Sumner Price

Clayton Sumner "C.

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Cle Elum, Washington

Cle Elum is a city in Kittitas County, Washington, United States.

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Clean Water Services

Clean Water Services is the water resources management utility for more than 560,000 residents in urban Washington County, Oregon and small portions of Multnomah County, Oregon and Clackamas County, Oregon, in the United States.

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Cleret

Cleret is an American manufacturer and brand of squeegees and related products based in Lake Oswego, Oregon.

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Cleveland High School (Portland, Oregon)

Cleveland High School is a public high school in inner southeast Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Cliff Alexander

Cliff Alexander (born November 16, 1995) is an American professional basketball player for ASVEL Basket of the French LNB Pro A. He completed his freshman season at the University of Kansas for the Jayhawks' on their 2014–15 team.

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Cliff Bentz

Cliff Bentz (born January 12, 1952) is a Republican politician from the US state of Oregon.

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Clifton N. McArthur

Clifton Nesmith McArthur (June 10, 1879 – December 9, 1923) was a U.S. Representative from Oregon, and grandson of Senator James Willis Nesmith.

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Clint Watts

Clinton Watts (known as Clint Watts) is a senior fellow at the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security at George Washington University and a Foreign Policy Research Institute fellow.

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Clinton Street Theater

The Clinton Street Theater is a theater located in southeast Portland, Oregon.

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Coffee Creek Correctional Facility

Coffee Creek Correctional Facility is a women's prison and prisoner intake center in Wilsonville, Oregon, United States.

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Coffee in Portland, Oregon

Portland, Oregon, in the United States, is known for having an established coffee culture.

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Cog (advertisement)

"Cog" is a British television and cinema advertisement launched by Honda in 2003 to promote the seventh-generation Accord line of cars.

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Cole Gillespie

Cole Braden Gillespie (born June 20, 1984) is an American professional baseball outfielder who is currently a free agent.

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Colegio Cesar Chavez

Colegio Cesar Chavez (Spanish for "Cesar Chavez College") was an American college-without-walls in Mount Angel, Oregon.

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Colin O'Brady

Colin O'Brady (born 16 March 1985) is an American pro endurance athlete, mountain climber, adventurer, and professional speaker.

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Colleen Patrick-Goudreau

Colleen Patrick-Goudreau (born March 8, 1970 in Westfield, New Jersey) is an American author, speaker, cultural commentator, and podcaster.

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College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific

The College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific (COMP) is a private, non-profit medical school for osteopathic medicine located in downtown Pomona, in the U.S. state of California.

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College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, Northwest

The College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, Northwest (COMP Northwest) is a non-profit, private, medical school for osteopathic medicine located in Lebanon, in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Colt Lyerla

Colt Keliikoa Lyerla (born November 13, 1992) is an American arena football wide receiver.

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Colton High School (Oregon)

Colton High School is a public high school in Colton, Oregon, United States.

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Columbia County Education Campus

Columbia County Education Campus is a public alternative school in St. Helens, Oregon, United States.

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Columbia Gorge Hotel

The Columbia Gorge Hotel is a historic hotel in Hood River, Oregon, United States.

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Columbia Gorge Regional Airport

Columbia Gorge Regional Airport, also referred to as The Dalles Municipal Airport, is a public use airport in Klickitat County in the U.S. state of Washington.

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Columbia Management Group

Columbia Management was the investment adviser for the majority of funds in the Columbia Advisers, LLC (‘‘Columbia Management’’) family of funds and to U.S. and non-U.S. institutional accounts and private funds, owned since 2009 by Ameriprise Financial.

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Columbia Memorial Hospital (Oregon)

Columbia Memorial Hospital (CMH) is a 25-bed medical facility in Astoria, Oregon.

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Columbia River

The Columbia River is the largest river in the Pacific Northwest region of North America.

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Columbia River Crossing

The Columbia River Crossing (CRC) was a joint freeway megaproject from 2005 to 2013 between Oregon and Washington, which proposed to widen and modernize Interstate 5 where it crossed the Columbia River.

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Columbia River Gorge

The Columbia River Gorge is a canyon of the Columbia River in the Pacific Northwest of the United States.

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Columbia River Maritime Museum

The Columbia River Maritime Museum is a museum of maritime history located about ten miles (16 km) from the mouth of the Columbia River in Astoria, Oregon, United States.

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Columbia Sportswear

Columbia Sportswear Company is an American company that manufactures and distributes outerwear, sportswear, and footwear.

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Columbian sharp-tailed grouse

The Columbian sharp-tailed grouse (Tympanuchus phasianellus columbianus) is a subspecies of sharp-tailed grouse native to the Western United States and British Columbia.

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Columbus Monument, Barcelona

The Columbus Monument (Monument a Colom,; Monumento a Colón or Mirador de Colón) is a tall monument to Christopher Columbus at the lower end of La Rambla, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.

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Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States

The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS, commonly pronounced "Cifius"), is an inter-agency committee of the United States Government that reviews the national security implications of foreign investments in U.S. companies or operations.

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Commodore Hotel (Portland, Oregon)

The Commodore Hotel is an Art Deco-style former hotel building in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Commonwealth Building (Portland, Oregon)

The Commonwealth Building is a 14-story commercial office tower in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Communications Workers of America v. Beck

Communications Workers of America v. Beck, 487 U.S. 735 (1988),.

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Competitive eating

Competitive eating, or speed eating, is an activity in which participants compete against each other to consume large quantities of food in a short time period.

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Concordia University (Oregon)

Concordia University is a private, nonprofit, Lutheran liberal arts university in Portland, Oregon in the United States.

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Concordia University School of Law

Concordia University School of Law is a private, non-profit, ABA Provisionally Approved law school which opened in August 2012 in Boise in the U.S. state of Idaho.

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Condon High School

Condon High School is a high school located in Condon, Oregon, United States.

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Congregation Beth Israel (Portland, Oregon)

Beth Israel is a Reform congregation and Jewish synagogue in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Congregation Shaarie Torah

Shaarie Torah is a Conservative Jewish congregation and synagogue in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Congress Center

Congress Center (formerly the Orbanco Building and Security Pacific Plaza) is an office building completed in 1980 in Portland, Oregon.

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Connections Alternative School

Connections Alternative School is a public alternative high school in Eagle Point, Oregon, United States.

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Connectipedia

Connec+ipedia, spoken as Connectipedia, was a free culture wiki website providing a community-editable resource about non-profit organizations and foundations in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Connie McCready

Constance "Connie" McCready (born Constance Averill, August 20, 1921 – December 22, 2000), was a journalist and politician from Portland, Oregon, in the United States.

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Connie Ruel

Connie Ruel is an American restaurateur, writer, and food and wine instructor.

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Constitution of Oregon

The Oregon Constitution is the governing document of the U.S. state of Oregon, originally enacted in 1857.

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Consumer Cellular

Consumer Cellular is an American postpaid mobile virtual network operator founded by John Marick and Greg Pryor in October 1995.

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Controversial invocations of the Patriot Act

The following are controversial invocations of the USA PATRIOT Act.

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Convention Center station (Portland)

Convention Center station is a light rail station on the MAX Blue, Green and Red Lines in Portland, Oregon.

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Coolest Cooler

The Coolest Cooler is a multi-function cooler that was initially funded through the crowdfunding website Kickstarter.

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Cooper Mountain Nature Park

Cooper Mountain Nature Park is a nature park in the Portland metropolitan area in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Cooper Spur ski area

Cooper Spur ski area is a ski area located on northeast Mount Hood, Oregon, United States.

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Coos Art Museum

Coos Art Museum is a museum in Coos Bay, operating on the southern coast of the U.S. state of Oregon since 1966.

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Coos Bay Public Schools

Coos Bay Public Schools (Coos Bay School District 9) is a public school district that serves the city of Coos Bay, Oregon, United States.

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Coos Bay Rail Link

The Coos Bay Rail Link is a railroad line from the Willamette Valley to the Port of Coos Bay on the Oregon Coast and Coquille, Oregon, in the United States.

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Coos History Museum

The Coos History Museum is a history museum located in Coos Bay, Oregon, United States.

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Copley Press

Copley Press was a privately held newspaper business, founded in Illinois, but later based in La Jolla, California.

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Copwatch

Copwatch (also Cop Watch) is a network of activist organizations, typically autonomous and focused in local areas, in the United States and Canada (and to a lesser extent Europe) that observe and document police activity while looking for signs of police misconduct and police brutality.

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Coquille High School

Coquille High School is a public high school in Coquille, Oregon, United States.

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Coquille Indian Tribe

The Coquille Indian Tribe is the federally recognized Native American tribe of the Coquille people who have traditionally lived on the southern Oregon Coast.

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Corbett Charter School

Corbett Charter School (CCS) is a charter high school in Corbett, Oregon, United States administered by the Corbett School District.

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Corbett School

Corbett School is a K-12 public school in Corbett, Oregon, United States.

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Corizon

Corizon Health, Inc., formed by a 2011 merger of Correctional Medical Services, Inc. (CMS) and Prison Health Services, Inc. (PHS), is the "foremost" privately held prison healthcare contractor in the United States.

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Cornelius Hotel

The Cornelius Hotel is a former hotel building in downtown Portland, Oregon, United States that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Cornelius Pass Road

Cornelius Pass Road is an arterial road over Cornelius Pass in the Tualatin Mountains west of Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Cornelius Public Library

The Cornelius Public Library is the municipal library serving the city of Cornelius in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Cornelius, Oregon

Cornelius is a city in Washington County, Oregon, United States.

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Cornell Road

Cornell Road is an east–west street and traffic corridor in the Portland metropolitan area, in Multnomah and Washington counties in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Corteo

Corteo was a Cirque du Soleil touring production that premiered in Montreal, Canada on April 21, 2005.

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Corvallis High School (Oregon)

Corvallis High School (CHS) is a four-year public secondary school in Corvallis, Oregon, United States.

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Corvallis School District

The Corvallis School District (509J) is a school district serving an area of about 190 square miles including the city of Corvallis, Oregon and Adair Village along with large portions of unincorporated Benton County.

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Cottage Grove High School

Cottage Grove High School is a public high school located in Cottage Grove, Oregon, United States.

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Cotton Club (Portland)

The Cotton Club was a nightclub located in North Portland, Oregon.

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Cougar

The cougar (Puma concolor), also commonly known as the mountain lion, puma, panther, or catamount, is a large felid of the subfamily Felinae native to the Americas.

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Cougar Fight Song (University of Houston)

The Cougar Fight Song is the official college fight song of the University of Houston (UH).

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Council Crest Park

Council Crest Park is a city park in southwest Portland in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Country Bill's

Country Bill's Restaurant was a family-owned American-style steakhouse and seafood restaurant in the Woodstock neighborhood of southeast Portland, Oregon, in the United States.

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Cove School (Oregon)

Cove School is a public charter school in Cove, Oregon, United States.

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Cowlitz (sternwheeler)

Cowlitz was a shallow-draft sternwheeler built for service on the Cowlitz River in southwestern Washington State. The vessel also served on the Columbia River. Cowlitz was in service from 1917 until September 1931, when, not far from The Dalles, Oregon, it sank in the Columbia river in a storm.

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Cowlitz County Deserves Better

Cowlitz County Deserves Better is an ad hoc group of more than 100 fishermen, seniors, workers, tribal members and other citizens who live on the lower Columbia River in Washington and Oregon, USA.

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Coworking

Coworking is a style of work that involves a shared workplace, often an office, and independent activity.

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Craig Berkman

Craig L. Berkman (born August 12, 1941) is an American venture capitalist and a Republican politician in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Craig Cunningham

Craig Alvin Cunningham (born September 13, 1990) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey centre who played with the Boston Bruins and Arizona Coyotes in the National Hockey League (NHL).

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Craig Howard

Craig Howard (c. 1952 – January 19, 2017) was an American football coach and former player.

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Craig Robinson (basketball)

Craig Malcolm Robinson (born April 21, 1962) is an American college basketball coach, basketball executive, and broadcaster.

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Craig Thompson

Craig Matthew Thompson (born September 21, 1975) is a graphic novelist best known for his books Good-bye, Chunky Rice (1999), Blankets (2003), Carnet de Voyage (2004), and Habibi (2011).

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Crane Union High School

Crane Union High School is a public high school in Crane, Oregon, United States.

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Crater High School

Crater High School is a public high school in Central Point, Oregon, United States.

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Crazy 8s (band)

Crazy 8s is an American rock and ska band from Oregon.

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Creators Syndicate

Creators Syndicate (a.k.a. Creators) is an American independent distributor of comic strips and syndicated columns to daily newspapers, websites and other digital outlets.

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Credit Suisse

Credit Suisse Group AG is a Swiss multinational investment bank and financial services company founded and based in Switzerland.

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Crescent City, California

Crescent City (Chetco-Tolowa: Taa-’at-dvn, Yurok: Kohpey, Wiyot: Daluwagh) is the county seat of, and only incorporated city in, Del Norte County, California.

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Crescent Valley High School

Crescent Valley High School, known as CV, is a four-year public secondary school in Corvallis, Oregon, United States.

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Creswell High School (Oregon)

Creswell High School (Oregon) is a public high school in Creswell, Oregon, United States.

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Crook County High School

Crook County High School is a public high school in Prineville, Oregon, United States.

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Crow Middle/High School

Crow Middle/High School is a public middle/high school in Crow, Oregon, near Eugene, Oregon, United States.

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Crown-Ikarus 286

The Crown-Ikarus 286 is a type of transit bus that was manufactured for the U.S. market from 1980 until 1986, under a joint venture between the Ikarus Body and Coach Works (Ikarus), of Budapest, Hungary, and Crown Coach Corporation from Los Angeles, California in the United States.

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Crystal Hotel (Portland, Oregon)

The Crystal Hotel (formerly Hotel Alma) is a hotel located in downtown Portland, Oregon.

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Cully, Portland, Oregon

Cully is a neighborhood in the Northeast section of Portland, Oregon.

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Culp Creek, Oregon

Culp Creek is an unincorporated community in Lane County, Oregon, United States, southeast of Cottage Grove on the Row River.

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Culver High School

Culver High School is a public high school in Culver, Oregon, United States.

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Culver School District

Culver School District is a public school district that serves the city of Culver, Oregon, United States, and the surrounding area of Jefferson County.

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Cut (advertisement)

Cut is a British advertising campaign launched in 2009 by the charitable organisation Women's Aid to promote awareness of domestic violence.

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Cycle Oregon

Cycle Oregon is a week-long recreational bicycle ride held annually in different parts of the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Cycling in Portland, Oregon

Bicycle use in Portland, Oregon has been growing rapidly, having nearly tripled since 2001; for example, bicycle traffic on four of the Willamette River bridges has increased from 2,855 before 1992 to over 16,000 in 2008, partly due to improved facilities.

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Cylvia Hayes

Cylvia Lynne Hayes (née Johnson, born August 10, 1967), an American consultant with a focus in sustainable economic development, was First Lady of the state of Oregon and is the fiancée of former Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber.

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Cyrus A. Dolph

Cyrus Abda (C. A.) Dolph (September 27, 1840 – June 22, 1914) was a businessman in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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D River

The D River is a river in Lincoln City, Oregon, United States.

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D. K. Holm

Douglas Kimball Holm (born February 11, 1953) is a movie reviewer, Internet columnist, radio broadcaster, and author.

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Da Vinci Days

Da Vinci Days is an annual festival held in Corvallis in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Dahmer (film)

Dahmer is a 2002 American biographical horror film directed by David Jacobson and starring Jeremy Renner as the American serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, a mentally-unstable recluse in Wisconsin, who captured 17 men.

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Daily Journal of Commerce

The Daily Journal of Commerce (DJC) is a U.S. newspaper published Monday, Wednesday and Friday in Portland, Oregon.

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Daily Vanguard

The Portland State Vanguard, formerly known as the Daily Vanguard and Vet's Extended, is an independent student newspaper for Portland State University, in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Dakine

Dakine is an American outdoor clothing company specializing in sportswear and sports equipment for alternative sports based in Hood River Oregon.

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Dale T. Mortensen

Dale Thomas Mortensen (February 2, 1939 – January 9, 2014) was an American economist and Nobel laureate.

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Dallas Heard

Dallas Heard (born 1984/85) is an American politician.

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Dallas High School (Oregon)

Dallas High School is a public high school in Dallas, Oregon, United States.

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Damascus, Oregon

Damascus is an unincorporated community and former city in Clackamas County, Oregon, United States.

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Damon Stoudamire

Damon Lamon Stoudamire (born September 3, 1973) is an American retired professional basketball player and the current head men's basketball coach at the University of the Pacific.

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Dan Gauthier

Daniel Lester Gauthier (born December 2, 1963) is an American actor best known for his roles as Kevin Buchanan on the ABC soap opera One Life to Live and Brad Powell in the 1989 film Teen Witch.

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Dan Saltzman

Dan Saltzman (born 1953/54) is an elected commissioner serving on the City Council of Portland in Portland, Oregon.

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Dana Altman

Dana Dean Altman (born June 16, 1958) is an American college basketball coach. He is the head coach of the University of Oregon Ducks men's basketball team. Previously he was head coach at Creighton, Kansas State and Marshall. Altman has won conference coach of the year awards at each school he has coached, and has led his teams to 13 appearances in the NCAA men's basketball tournament.

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Dancing Crazy Tour

The Dancing Crazy Tour was the debut solo tour by American entertainer, Miranda Cosgrove.

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Daniel Baldwin

Daniel Leroy Baldwin (born October 5, 1960) is an American actor, director and producer.

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Daniel Bonham

Daniel Bonham (born June 3, 1977) is a Republican member of the Oregon House of Representatives.

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Danielle Outlaw

Danielle Outlaw (born c. 1975) serves as chief of police for the Portland Police Bureau, in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Danny Glover

Danny Lebern Glover (born July 22, 1946) is an American actor, film director, and political activist.

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Danny Mwanga

Jean-Marie Daniel "Danny" Mwanga (born July 17, 1991) is a Congolese-American footballer.

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Danny O'Neil

Danny O'Neil is a former American football quarterback.

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Dansby Swanson

James Dansby Swanson (born February 11, 1994) is an American professional baseball shortstop for the Atlanta Braves of Major League Baseball (MLB).

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Darius A. Monsef IV

Darius A. Monsef IV (born September 26, 1981 in Honokaa, Hawaii) is an internet entrepreneur & philanthropist known most widely as the founder of the design community COLOURlovers and co-founder & board member of the All Hands Volunteers international charitable organization.

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Dark Entries (comics)

Dark Entries is a 2009 original graphic novel written by Ian Rankin.

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Darleen Ortega

Darleen Ortega (born 1962) is an American attorney and judge in the state of Oregon.

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Dave Johnson (decathlete)

David Allen "Dave" Johnson (born April 7, 1963) is a former Olympic decathlete from the United States.

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Dave's Killer Bread

Dave's Killer Bread is an American company based in Milwaukie, Oregon, which makes organic whole-grain breads.

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David Anders

David Anders Holt (born March 11, 1981), known professionally as David Anders, is an American television and stage actor.

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David B. Frohnmayer

David B. "Dave" Frohnmayer (July 9, 1940 – March 10, 2015) was an American attorney, politician, and university administrator from Oregon.

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David Biespiel

David Biespiel (born February 18, 1964) is an American writer, poet, critic, and columnist.

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David Bragdon

David Bragdon (born June 20, 1959) is a politician and civic leader in the U.S. states of Oregon and New York.

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David Campbell (1927 fireboat)

The David Campbell was a long-serving fireboat built in 1928 for Oregon's Portland Fire and Rescue.

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David Douglas High School

David Douglas High School (DDHS) is a public high school in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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David Douglas School District

David Douglas School District No.

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David Durham (fugitive)

David Anthony Durham (March 11, 1967 – disappeared January 23, 2011) is an American man and wanted fugitive who disappeared under mysterious circumstances after shooting and critically injuring a police officer during a traffic stop in Lincoln City, Oregon.

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David Edwards (Oregon politician)

David W. Edwards (born 1966) is a former Democratic member of the Oregon House of Representatives, representing District 30 from 2007–2010.

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David Glerup

David Glerup (born 1951) is the former sheriff of Harney County, Oregon.

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David Guterson

David Guterson (born May 4, 1956) is an American novelist, short story writer, poet, journalist, and essayist.

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David Hattner

David Hattner is an American professional clarinetist and conductor currently serving as music director of the Portland Youth Philharmonic.

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David Heatley

David Heatley (born October 17, 1974) is an American cartoonist, illustrator, graphic designer, and musician.

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David Hume Kennerly

David Hume Kennerly (born March 9, 1947) is an American photographer and photojournalist.

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David Johnson (quarterback)

David Johnson (born June 28, 1986) is an American former college football quarterback.

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David Kahn (sports executive)

David Kahn (born July 28, 1961) is an American sports executive, attorney, and former sportswriter.

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David Kennedy (advertising)

David Kennedy (born 1939) is an American advertising executive who co-founded Wieden+Kennedy (W+K).

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David L. Williams (architect)

David Lochead Williams (November 2, 1866 – September 28, 1937)"Dave L. Williams, Famed Architect: Portland Mourns Passing of Leading Citizen" (October 2, 1937).

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David Larsen

David Larsen (born April 23, 1980) is an American stage actor from Portland, Oregon.

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David Marius Guardino

Residents of the Knoxville, Tennessee area may remember David Marius Guardino as the local psychic who spoke to Elvis Presley from the grave.

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David Ogden Stiers

David Allen Ogden Stiers (October 31, 1942March 3, 2018) was an American actor, voice actor, and conductor.

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David P. Thompson

David Preston Thompson (November 8, 1834 – December 14, 1901) was an American businessman and politician in the Pacific Northwest.

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David Sarasohn

David Sarasohn (born August 17, 1950) is a columnist and managing editor for The Oregonian newspaper in Portland, Oregon.

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David Thomas Lenox

David Thomas Lenox (December 8, 1802 – October 18, 1874) was an American pioneer who settled in the Oregon Country where he organized the first Baptist Church west of the Rocky Mountains.

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David Wagner (tennis)

David Wagner (born March 4, 1974) is an American wheelchair tennis player.

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David Ward (sheriff)

David M. "Dave" Ward is the current sheriff of Harney County, Oregon.

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David Wu

David Wu (born April 8, 1955) is an American politician who served as the U.S. representative for from 1999 to 2011.

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Dax Jordan

Dax Jordan is an American actor and standup comedian.

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Day Without Immigrants 2017

Day Without Immigrants (or A Day Without Immigrants) was a protest and boycott that took place on February 16, 2017, to demonstrate the importance of immigration, and to protest President Donald Trump's plans to build a border wall and to potentially deport millions of illegal immigrants.

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Days Creek Charter School

Days Creek Charter School is a public charter school in Days Creek, Oregon, United States.

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Dayton High School (Oregon)

Dayton High School is a public high school in Dayton, Oregon, United States.

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Dayton Leroy Rogers

Dayton Leroy Rogers (born September 30, 1953) is a serial killer currently on Oregon's death row at the Oregon State Penitentiary for six murders.

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Dayville School

Dayville School is a public school in Dayville, Oregon, United States.

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Dean F. Bryson

Dean F. Bryson (1910 – 1995) was an American attorney in the state of Oregon, United States.

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Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father

Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father is a 2008 American documentary conceived and created by Kurt Kuenne.

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Deaths in August 2007

The following is a list of notable deaths in August 2007.

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Deaths in January 2017

The following is a list of notable deaths in January 2017.

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Deaths in September 2010

The following is a list of notable deaths in September 2010.

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Deaths in September 2015

The following is a list of notable deaths in September 2015.

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December 1910

The following events occurred in December 1910.

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Dee Andros

Demosthenes Konstandies Andrecopoulos (October 17, 1924 – October 22, 2003) was an American football player, coach, and college athletics administrator.

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Deen Castronovo

Deen J. Castronovo (born August 17, 1964) is an American drummer and singer, best known for being a member of hard rock and metal acts Journey, Bad English, Revolution Saints, and The Dead Daisies.

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Deep Creek (2010 novel)

Deep Creek is a historical fiction novel written and published in 2010 under the pen name Dana Hand recounting the aftermath of the Hells Canyon Massacre.

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Deerhunter discography

The discography of Atlanta, Georgia-based ambient and psychedelic band Deerhunter includes six studio albums, two extended plays, five vinyl singles, three split albums, and four music videos.

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Delta Dome

Delta Dome was a proposed indoor sports venue in Portland, Oregon.The plans were for a 46,000 seat dome with a plexi-glass skylight and a 17,000 vehicle parking lot.

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Delta Park/Vanport station

Delta Park/Vanport is a light rail station on the MAX Yellow Line in Portland, Oregon.

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Denio, Nevada

Denio is a census-designated place (CDP) that lies on the Nevada-Oregon state line in Humboldt County, Nevada, in the United States.

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Dennis Nyback

Dennis Nyback (born July 30, 1953) is an independent film archivist, found footage filmmaker, historian and writer.

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Dennis Richardson (politician)

Dennis Michael Richardson (born July 30, 1949) is an American lawyer, businessman, and politician.

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Denny Doyle (politician)

Dennis Doyle (born 1949) is an American politician who is the current Mayor of Beaverton, Washington County, Oregon.

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Denny Moyer

Denny Moyer (August 8, 1939 – June 30, 2010) was an American boxer who held the world light middleweight title between 1962 and 1963.

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DeNorval Unthank Park

DeNorval Unthank Park, commonly known as Unthank Park, is a city park in the Boise neighborhood of Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Dent Mowrey

Dent Mowrey (1888–1960) was an American composer, musician and music teacher who lived in Oregon from 1916 until his death in 1960.

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Depoe Bay, Oregon

Depoe Bay is a city in Lincoln County, Oregon, United States, located on U.S. Route 101 next to the Pacific Ocean.

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Der Rheinlander

Der Rheinlander was a German restaurant in Portland, Oregon's Rose City Park neighborhood, in the United States.

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Derry, Oregon

Derry is an unincorporated locale in Polk County, Oregon, United States.

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Deschutes River State Recreation Area

The Deschutes River State Recreation Area is a park at the confluence of the Deschutes and Columbia rivers in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Destinations Academy

Destinations Academy is a public alternative high school in Coos Bay, Oregon, United States.

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Diane Downs

Elizabeth Diane Frederickson Downs (born August 7, 1955) is an American woman convicted of the May 1983 murder of her daughter and the attempted murders of her other two children.

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Diane Rosenbaum

Diane M. Rosenbaum (born 1949) is an American politician in the US state of Oregon who is the current Majority Leader of the Oregon State Senate.

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Dicebox

Dicebox, by American cartoonist Jenn Manley Lee, is a science fiction webcomic which has been hosted at the subscription-based comics anthology site Girlamatic.

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Dick Harter

Richard Alvin Harter (October 14, 1930 – March 12, 2012) was an American basketball coach who served as both a head and assistant coach in both the NBA and NCAA.

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Dick Magruder

Richard B. "Dick" Magruder (August 7, 1946 – June 19, 1978) was a rancher, lawyer, and Oregon state legislator.

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Digimarc

Digimarc Corporation, a publicly traded technology company and inventor of several patented innovations, provides enterprise software and services for banking, retail, media, entertainment, publishing and several other industries.

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Dillon Brooks

Dillon Brooks (born January 22, 1996) is a Canadian basketball player for the Memphis Grizzlies of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

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Dillon Falls (Jackson County, Oregon)

Dillon Falls, also known as Nugget Falls, Hatrue Falls, and Tolo Falls are rapids along the Rogue River in the U.S. state of Oregon just north of the town of Gold Hill in the east stretch of the Rogue River–Siskiyou National Forest.

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Dime Store (Portland, Oregon)

The Dime Store was a short-lived restaurant in Portland, Oregon, in the United States.

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Dimetrodon (album)

Dimetrodon is the third album from the nerd-folk duo The Doubleclicks, released on June 10, 2014.

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Director Park

Director Park (officially Simon and Helen Director Park) is a city park in Portland in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Disappearance of Brianna Maitland

Brianna Alexandra Maitland (October 8, 1986disappeared March 19, 2004) is an American teen who disappeared after leaving her job at the Black Lantern Inn in Montgomery, Vermont.

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Disappearance of Kyron Horman

Kyron Horman (September 9, 2002 – disappeared June 4, 2010) is an American boy who went missing after not returning home from Skyline Elementary School in Portland, Oregon, on June 4, 2010.

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Disappearance of Marvin Clark

Marvin Alvin Clark (born ca. 1851 – disappeared October 30, 1926)"United States Census, 1910," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MLB7-GL7: accessed 27 November 2016), Marvin A Clark, Holbrook, Multnomah, Oregon, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) ED 121, sheet 4A, family 80, NARA microfilm publication T624 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1982), roll 1288; FHL microfilm 1,375,301.

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Django Unchained

Django Unchained is a 2012 American revisionist Western film written and directed by Quentin Tarantino, starring Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kerry Washington, and Samuel L. Jackson, with Walton Goggins, Dennis Christopher, James Remar, and Don Johnson in supporting roles.

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Dodson, Oregon

Dodson is an unincorporated community in Multnomah County, Oregon, United States.

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Doernbecher Children's Hospital

Doernbecher Children's Hospital is an academic teaching children's hospital associated with Oregon Health & Science University located in Portland, Oregon.

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Dog Bowl

Dog Bowl is an outdoor 2002 sculpture by dog photographer William Wegman, located in the North Park Blocks in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Doll Asylum

The Doll Asylum is an annual Halloween experience and makeshift doll-themed museum, originally hosted at a couple's private residence in Portland, Oregon's Piedmont neighborhood, in the United States.

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Dolores Atiyeh

Dolores Atiyeh (November 8, 1923 – August 29, 2016) was an American healthcare activist and advocate for the arts who served as the First Lady of Oregon from 1979 until 1987 during the administration of her husband, Governor Vic Atiyeh.

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Don't Shoot Portland

Don't Shoot Portland, or Don't Shoot PDX, is a Portland, Oregon-based accountability group formed by Black Lives Matter supporter Teressa Raiford to scrutinize actions of the Portland Police Bureau.

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Donal Logue

Donal Francis Logue (born February 27, 1965 or 1966) (sources vary) is a Canadian-American film and television actor, producer and writer.

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Donald L. McFaul

Donald Lewis McFaul (20 September 1957 – 20 December 1989) was a United States Navy SEAL killed in action at Paitilla Airfield during Operation Just Cause, the 1989 United States invasion of Panama.

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Donald Macleay

Donald Macleay (August 1834 – July 26, 1897) was a prominent 19th century merchant and banker in Portland in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Donald Newhouse

Donald Edward Newhouse (born 1929) is an American billionaire heir, business magnate and philanthropist.

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Donald Trump presidential campaign, 2020

The 2020 Donald Trump presidential campaign is an ongoing reelection campaign by President of the United States Donald Trump, who took office on January 20, 2017.

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Doosan Fuel Cell America

Doosan Fuel Cell America (formerly ClearEdge Power, Inc.) is a fuel cell manufacturer focusing on the stationary fuel cell.

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Dorothy Warenskjold

Dorothy Warenskjold (May 11, 1921 in San Leandro, California – December 27, 2010 in Lenexa, Kansas) was an American lyric soprano who had an active career in operas and concerts from the mid-1940s through the early 1960s.

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Double Mountain Brewery

Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom is a brewery and pub based in Hood River, Oregon, United States.

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Doug Ericksen

Douglas "Doug" Ericksen (born January 28, 1969) is an American politician of the Republican Party.

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Doug Fine

Doug Fine is an American author, journalist, humorist, and goat herder.

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Douglas Avenue Alternative School

Douglas Avenue Alternative School is a public alternative high school in Gervais, Oregon, United States.

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Douglas County Library System

The Douglas County Library System (DCLS) was a public library system in Douglas County, Oregon, United States.

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Douglas High School (Winston, Oregon)

Douglas High School (DHS) is a public high school in Winston, Oregon, United States.

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Douglas McKay High School

Douglas McKay High School, most commonly known as McKay, is a public high school located in the North Lancaster neighborhood of Salem, Oregon, United States.

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Doyle & Patterson

Doyle & Patterson was an American architectural firm in Portland, Oregon from 1908 until 1914.

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Doyle McCormack

Doyle L. McCormack (born circa 1943) is a railroad preservationist, and is well-known among the railfan community.

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Dream a Little Dream (Pink Martini and the von Trapps album)

Dream a Little Dream is a collaborative studio album by Pink Martini and the von Trapps, released by Heinz Records on March 4, 2014.

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Drive (2011 film)

Drive is a 2011 American action drama film directed by the Danish filmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn.

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Drug policy of Oregon

The U.S. state of Oregon has various policies restricting the production, sale, and use of different substances.

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Duane Jarvis

Duane Jarvis (August 22, 1957 – April 1, 2009) was an American guitarist and singer-songwriter who recorded songs with many rock and roll and country music performers, including Frank Black, Peter Case, Rosie Flores, John Prine, Amy Rigby, Lucinda Williams and Dwight Yoakam.

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Dufur School

Dufur School is a K-12public school of approximately 280 students in Dufur, Oregon, United States.

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Dufur School District

Dufur School District #29 is a K-12 school district of approximately 280 students, in Dufur, Oregon, United States.

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Dundee Lodge

Dundee Lodge is a farm with several buildings built in the 1920s located near Gaston in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Dunthorpe, Oregon

Dunthorpe is an affluent unincorporated suburb of Portland, Oregon, United States.

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DuPont Fabros Technology

DuPont Fabros Technology, Inc. (DFT) was a real estate investment trust that invested in carrier-neutral data centers and provided colocation and peering services.

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Durham Education Center

Durham Education Center, also known as Durham Center is a public alternative school in Tigard, Oregon, United States.

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Durham, Oregon

Durham is a city in Washington County, Oregon, United States.

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DVD Talk

DVD Talk is a home video news and review website launched in 1999 by Geoffrey Kleinman.

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Dwight Jaynes

Dwight Jaynes is a journalist and sportswriter in Portland, Oregon.

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E. Henry Wemme

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E. Max Frye

Eric Max Frye (born 1956) is an American screenwriter and film director from Oregon.

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Eagle Creek Fire

The Eagle Creek Fire was a destructive wildfire in the Columbia River Gorge in the U.S. states of Oregon and Washington.

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Eagle Point High School

Eagle Point High School is a public high school in Eagle Point, Oregon, United States.

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Earl Blumenauer

Earl Blumenauer (born August 16, 1948) is the U.S. Representative for, serving since 1996.

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Earl C. Latourette

Earl Cornelius Latourette (February 10, 1889 – August 18, 1956) was the 32nd Chief Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court and a Clackamas County Circuit Court judge.

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Earl Riley

Earl Riley (February 18, 1890 – August 17, 1965) was an Oregon politician and businessman, and mayor of Portland, Oregon, United States, from 1941–1949.

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Earle Nelson

Earle Leonard Nelson (née Ferral; May 12, 1897January 13, 1928), also known in the media as "the Gorilla Man" and "the Dark Strangler," was an American serial killer, rapist, and necrophile.

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Early College High School (Salem, Oregon)

Early College High School is a high school in Salem, Oregon, United States that allows high school students to pursue college education early, similar to dual enrollment programs.

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East Oregonian

The East Oregonian (EO) is a daily newspaper published in Pendleton, Oregon, United States and covering Umatilla and Morrow counties.

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East Portland, Oregon

East Portland was a city in the U.S. state of Oregon that was consolidated into Portland in 1891.

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Eastern Promises

Eastern Promises is a 2007 British-Canadian-American gangster film directed by David Cronenberg, from a screenplay written by Steven Knight.

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Eastman–Shaver House

The Eastman–Shaver House is a house located in northwest Portland, Oregon, that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Eastmoreland Historic District

The Eastmoreland Historic District is a proposed historic district for National Register of Historic Places listing within Portland, Oregon's Eastmoreland neighborhood, in the United States.

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Echo School (Oregon)

Echo School is a public high school in Echo, Oregon, United States.

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Eclipse Comics

Eclipse Comics was an American comic book publisher, one of several independent publishers during the 1980s and early 1990s.

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Eddyville Charter School

Eddyville Charter School is a charter school in Eddyville, Oregon, United States.

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Edith Green – Wendell Wyatt Federal Building

The Edith Green – Wendell Wyatt Federal Building is a high rise structure in downtown Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Education in Portland, Oregon

Portland, Oregon contains six public school districts, many private schools, as well as public and private colleges and universities including Portland State University, the largest public university in Oregon.

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Edward Fadeley

Edward Norman Fadeley (December 13, 1929 – August 30, 2015) was an American attorney and politician in the state of Oregon, United States.

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Edward H. Howell

Edward H. Howell (1915–1994) was an American jurist in the state of Oregon.

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Edward J. Walsh

Edward Joseph Walsh (March 5, 1942 – February 14, 2014) was an American political journalist and foreign correspondent for The Washington Post and The Oregonian.

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Edward R. Cony

Edward R. Cony (March 15, 1923 – January 9, 2000) was an American journalist and newspaper executive who spent almost his entire career working for The Wall Street Journal or its parent company, Dow Jones.

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Edward Schulmerich House

The Edward Schulmerich House is a two-story private residence on East Main Street in downtown Hillsboro, Oregon, United States.

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Edwin Brown High School

Edwin Brown High School, also known as Edwin Brown Alternative High School, was an alternative high school in Redmond, Oregon, United States.

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Edwin Palmer Hoyt

Edwin Palmer Hoyt (August 5, 1923 – July 29, 2005) was an American writer who specialized in military history.

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Egyptian Club

The Egyptian Club, also known as Egyptian Room and referred to colloquially as E-Room, was a lesbian bar in the Richmond neighborhood of southeast Portland, Oregon, United States, operating from 1995 to 2010.

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Eighteenmile Island

Eighteenmile Island is a 9.89 acre (4 ha) island on the Oregon side of the Columbia River at river mile 174 in Wasco County, Oregon, United States.

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Eileen Brady

Eileen Brady (born 1961) is an American businesswoman who ran unsuccessfully for mayor of Portland, Oregon, in 2012.

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El Pollo Loco

El Pollo Loco is the name of two independent restaurant chains that are controlled by different companies, El Pollo Loco, Inc.

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Eldon Jenne

Eldon Irl Jenne (May 29, 1899 – February 4, 1993) was an American track and field athlete who competed in the 1920 Summer Olympics and a high school athletic coach.

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Eldon Trinity

The Eldon Trinity is a fireboat operated in Portland, Oregon, United States, by the Portland Fire Bureau.

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Elections in Oregon

Elections in Oregon are all held using a Vote by Mail (VBM) system.

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Electoral reform in Oregon

Electoral reform in Oregon refers to efforts to change election and voting laws in the West Coast state of Oregon.

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Electricity in the Puget Sound region

Electricity in the Puget Sound region is a significant factor in people's lives, an enabler for the modern economy, and has a unique relationship with the region's environment.

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Electro Scientific Industries

Electro Scientific Industries, Inc. (ESI) is an American high technology company headquartered in the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area, more specifically in Washington County, in the unincorporated Cedar Mill area north of Beaverton, U.S.A. It is a developer and supplier of photonic and laser systems for microelectronics manufacturers.

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Elegy (film)

Elegy is a 2008 drama film directed by Isabel Coixet.

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Elgin Cook

Elgin Rashad Cook (born January 15, 1993) is an American professional basketball player for MHP Riesen Ludwigsburg of the German Basketball Bundesliga.

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Elgin High School (Oregon)

Elgin High School is a public high school in Elgin, Oregon, United States.

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Elizabeth Hoffman (actress)

Elizabeth Hoffman (born February 8, 1927) is an American character actress.

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Elizabeth Steiner Hayward

Elizabeth Steiner Hayward (born c. 1963) is a Democratic member of the Oregon Senate, representing the 17th District.

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Elizabeth Woody

Elizabeth Woody (born 1959) is an American Navajo-Warm Springs-Wasco-Yakama artist, author, and educator.

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Elk (sculpture)

Elk, also known as the David P. Thompson Fountain,.

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Elk Rock Island

Elk Rock Island is an island on the Willamette River in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Elkhorn (sculpture)

Elkhorn is an outdoor 1979 sculpture by Lee Kelly, installed at Catlin Gabel School in West Haven-Sylvan, a census-designated place in Washington County and the Portland metropolitan area, in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Elkton High School (Oregon)

Elkton High School (EHS) is a public high school in Elkton, Oregon, United States.

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Ellen Faull

Ellen Hartla Faull (14 October 1918 – 2 December 2008) was an American operatic soprano and distinguished voice teacher.

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Ellen Rosenblum

Ellen F. Rosenblum (born January 6, 1951) is an American lawyer and politician who has served as the Oregon Attorney General since 2012.

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Ellen Urbani

Ellen Urbani (born March 21, 1969) is an American author residing near Portland, Oregon.

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Elliott R. Corbett

Elliott Ruggles Corbett (1884 – 1963) was a Portland, Oregon banker, business leader, owner and builder of a number of the city's buildings, as well as civic leader and benefactor.

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Elmira High School

Elmira High School is a public high school in Elmira, Oregon, United States, located approximately 15 miles from Eugene, Oregon.

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Elwood (sternwheeler)

Elwood was a sternwheel steamboat which was built to operate on the Willamette River, in Oregon, but which later operated on the Lewis River in Washington, the Stikine River in Canada, and on Puget Sound.

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Emek

Emek x is a designer, illustrator and fine art painter.

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Emil Schacht

Emil Schacht (November 20, 1854 – March 4, 1926) was a prominent architect in Portland, Oregon.

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Emilie Frances Bauer

Emilie Frances Bauer (pseudonym: Francisco di Nogero; March 5, 1865 Walla Walla, Washington – March 9, 1926 Manhattan, New York) was an American music critic and pianist.

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Emily Kendal Frey

Emily Kendal Frey (born January 20, 1976, in McLean, Virginia) is an American poet.

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Emma Juch

Emma Johanna Antonia Juch (July 4, 1861 – March 6, 1939) was a popular soprano opera singer of the 1880s and 1890s from Vienna, Austria.

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Emporium (department store chain)

Emporium, more formally known as Troutman's Emporium, was a chain of department stores founded in 1955 by Dallas Troutman in North Bend, Oregon.

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Enchanted Forest (Oregon)

The Enchanted Forest is an amusement park located in Turner in the U.S. state of Oregon, next to Interstate 5 just south of Salem.

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Enli Health Intelligence

Enli Health Intelligence is a privately held software company based in Beaverton, Oregon, and previously in Hillsboro, Oregon.

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Enterprise High School (Oregon)

Enterprise High School is a public high school in Enterprise, Oregon, United States.

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Enterprise, Oregon

Enterprise is a city in and the county seat of Wallowa County, Oregon, United States.

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Eola-Amity Hills AVA

The Eola-Amity Hills AVA is an American Viticultural Area located in Polk County and Yamhill County, Oregon.

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Epic Aircraft

Epic Aircraft is a general aviation aircraft manufacturer headquartered in Bend, Oregon that is owned by the Russian company Engineering LLC.

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Eric Conveys an Emotion

Eric Conveys an Emotion is a humor website in which the site's owner Eric Wu (born 1976 or 1977) has taken requests for emotions, and then posts photos of himself acting out the emotions.

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Eric John Kaiser

Eric John Kaiser (born November 8, 1973 in Boulogne Billancourt, France) is a French Singer Songwriter based in Portland, Oregon.

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Eric Joyner

Eric Joyner (born c. 1960) is a contemporary American artist whose body of work has focused on robots and donuts.

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Erik Sten

Erik Sten (born October 1967 in New Haven, Connecticut) is a former City Commissioner in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Erika Moen

Erika Moen is an American comic book artist, known for her autobiographical comic DAR, and the educational/erotic comic Oh Joy, Sex Toy.

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Ernest Boyd MacNaughton

Ernest Boyd MacNaughton (October 22, 1880August 24, 1960) was president of the First National Bank of Oregon (19321947), then chairman (19471960), president of The Oregonian publishing company (19471950), and president of Reed College (19481952).

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Erratic Rock State Natural Site

Erratic Rock State Natural Site is a state park in the Willamette Valley of Oregon, United States.

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Esparza's

Esparza's Tex Mex Cafe, or simply Esparza's, was a Tex-Mex restaurant in Portland, Oregon, in the United States.

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Estacada Alternative High School

Estacada Alternative High School is a public alternative high school in Estacada, Oregon, United States.

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Estacada High School

Estacada High School is a public high school in Estacada, Oregon, United States.

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Ethan Hawke

Ethan Green Hawke (born November 6, 1970) is an American actor, writer, and director.

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Ethel Fortner

Ethel Nestell Fortner (11 February 1907 – 16 April 1987) was an accomplished poet, critic and editor.

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Ethel Romig Fuller

Ethel Romig Fuller (February 26, 1883 – December 13, 1965) was Oregon's third Poet Laureate (1957–1965), and the state's first female Poet Laureate.

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Ethical Culture Fieldston School

Ethical Culture Fieldston School' (ECFS), known as just Fieldston, is a private independent school in New York City.

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Eugene Emeralds

The Eugene Emeralds (nicknamed the Ems) are a minor league baseball team in the northwest United States, based in Eugene, Oregon.

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Eugene Marathon

The Eugene Marathon, is a marathon established in 2007, which takes place in Eugene, Oregon.

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Eugene School District

Eugene School District (4J) is a public school district in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Eugene Skinner

Eugene Franklin Skinner (September 13, 1809 – December 15, 1864) was an early American settler in Oregon and founder of the city of Eugene, Oregon, which is named after him.

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Eugene, Oregon

Eugene is a city of the Pacific Northwest in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Evelyn Sibley Lampman

Evelyn Sibley Lampman (April 18, 1907 - June 13, 1980) was an American writer of children's and young adult fiction.

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Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum

The Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum is an aviation museum which displays a number of military and civilian aircraft and spacecraft, most notably, the Hughes H-4 Hercules Spruce Goose.

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Evergreen International Airlines

Evergreen International Airlines was a charter and cargo airline based in McMinnville, Oregon, United States.

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Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone

Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone is an award-winning 2010 documentary film about the U.S. alternative rock band Fishbone.

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Everything Sucks!

Everything Sucks! is an American comedy-drama web television series created by Ben York Jones and Michael Mohan that parodies teen culture of the mid-1990s.

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Everything Tastes Better with Bacon

Everything Tastes Better with Bacon: 70 Fabulous Recipes for Every Meal of the Day is a book about cooking with bacon written by Sara Perry.

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Ewing Young

Ewing Young (1799 – February 9, 1841) was an American fur trapper and trader from Tennessee who traveled in what was then the northern Mexico frontier territories of Santa Fe de Nuevo México and Alta California before settling in the Oregon Country.

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Exit (U2 song)

"Exit" is a song by rock band U2.

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Exploding whale

There have been several cases of whale carcasses bursting (sometimes referred to as "exploding") due to a buildup of gas in the decomposition process.

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Expo Center station

Expo Center is a light rail station on the MAX Yellow Line in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Expose Yourself to Art

"Expose Yourself to Art" was the name of a poster which featured future Mayor of Portland, Oregon Bud Clark flashing a bronze sculpture of a nude woman.

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Extraordinary Measures

Extraordinary Measures is a 2010 American medical drama film starring Brendan Fraser, Harrison Ford, and Keri Russell.

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F. Wayne Valley

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Faces of Meth

Faces of Meth is a drug prevention project run by the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Facing the Crowd

Facing the Crowd is a series of two outdoor sculptures by American artist Michael Stutz, located outside of Providence Park in Portland, Oregon, in the United States.

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Fair Complex/Hillsboro Airport station

Fair Complex/Hillsboro Airport is a light rail station on the MAX Blue Line in Hillsboro, Oregon, United States.

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Fairview Training Center

The Fairview Training Center was a state-run facility for people with developmental disabilities in Salem, Oregon, United States.

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Faith Ireland

Faith Ireland (born September 15, 1942) is an American lawyer and former judge in the state of Washington.

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Fake Four Inc.

Fake Four is an independent record label based in New Haven, Connecticut.

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Fake news website

Fake news websites (also referred to as hoax news websites) are Internet websites that deliberately publish fake news—hoaxes, propaganda, and disinformation purporting to be real news—often using social media to drive web traffic and amplify their effect.

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Falls City High School (Oregon)

Falls City High School is a public high school in Falls City, Oregon, United States.

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Fareless Square

Fareless Square was an area within central Portland, Oregon, where all rides on TriMet buses and light rail and the Portland Streetcar were free.

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Fatal dog attacks in the United States

At least 4.5–4.6 million Americans are bitten by dogs every year and, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 20 to 30 of these result in death.

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Father's Day

Father's Day is a celebration honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society.

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Father's Day (United States)

Father's Day is a celebration honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society.

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Fay King (cartoonist)

Fay Barbara King (March 1889 – presumed dead) was an American illustrator, journalist, and cartoonist.

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FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitives by year, 1950

In 1950, the United States FBI, under Director J. Edgar Hoover, began to maintain a public list of the people it regarded as the Ten Most Wanted Fugitives.

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FCR (company)

FCR is an American outsource provider of call centers.

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FDA Food Safety Modernization Act

The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) was signed into law by President Barack Obama on January 4, 2011.

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Federal Correctional Institution, Sheridan

The Federal Correctional Institution, Sheridan (FCI Sheridan) is a medium-security United States federal prison for male inmates in Oregon.

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Fern Hobbs

Fern Hobbs (May 8, 1883 – April 10, 1964) was an American attorney in the U.S. state of Oregon, and a private secretary to Oregon Governor Oswald West.

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Ferociously Stoned

Ferociously Stoned is the debut album by American band the Cherry Poppin' Daddies, released in November 1990 on Sub Par Records.

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Filthy Rich (comics)

Filthy Rich is a 2009 original graphic novel written by Brian Azzarello.

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Final Warning

Final Warning was a Portland, Oregon-based hardcore punk band active in the Pacific Northwest from 1982 to 1986.

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Financial transaction tax

A financial transaction tax is a levy on a specific type of financial transaction for a particular purpose.

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Fireboats of Portland, Oregon

The Portland Fire Bureau of the city of Portland, Oregon owns and operates Fireboats in Portland, Oregon.

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Firefly (TV series)

Firefly is an American space Western drama television series which ran from 2002–2003, created by writer and director Joss Whedon, under his Mutant Enemy Productions label.

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First Bank System

First Bank System was a Minneapolis, Minnesota-based regional bank holding company that later became U.S. Bancorp, a nationwide bank corporation in the United States.

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First Congregational Church (Eugene, Oregon)

The First Congregational Church building, of Eugene, Oregon, is a former church building listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

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First Congregational Church of Oregon City

The First Congregational Church of Oregon City, also known as Atkinson Memorial Congregational Church, is a historic building located at 6th and John Adams Sts.

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First Presbyterian Church (Portland, Oregon)

The First Presbyterian Church is a church building located in downtown Portland, Oregon, that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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First Unitarian Church of Portland

The First Unitarian Church of Portland is a church building located in downtown Portland, Oregon, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Flag of Oregon

The flag of the state of Oregon is a two-sided flag in navy blue and gold with an optional gold fringe.

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Flag of Washington

The state flag of Washington consists of the state seal, displaying an image of state namesake George Washington, on a field of dark green with gold fringe being optional.

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Flags of Our Fathers (film)

Flags of Our Fathers is a 2006 American war film directed, co-produced, and scored by Clint Eastwood and written by William Broyles, Jr., and Paul Haggis.

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Flatiron Building (Portland, Oregon)

The Flatiron Building, also known as Ringlers Annex and Espresso Bar is a historic two-story building in downtown Portland, Oregon.

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Floating Point Systems

Floating Point Systems Inc. (FPS) was a Beaverton, Oregon vendor of attached array processors and minisupercomputers.

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Floodplain (Kronos Quartet album)

Floodplain is a studio album by the Kronos Quartet released in 2009.

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Floribunda (sculpture)

Floribunda is an outdoor 1998 bronze sculpture by American artist Mark Calderon, installed in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Floyd Prozanski

Floyd Prozanski (born 1954) is an American Democratic politician who is a current member of the Oregon State Senate, representing the 4th District, since 2004.

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Fly on the Wall (song)

"Fly on the Wall" is a song recorded by American recording artist Miley Cyrus for her second studio album, Breakout (2008).

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Folger Johnson

Folger Johnson (July 4, 1882 – November 4, 1970) was an architect who practiced in Portland, Oregon.

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Followers of Christ

The Followers of Christ is a small Christian denomination based in the U.S. states of Oklahoma and Oregon.

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Food cart

A food cart is a mobile kitchen that is set up on the street to facilitate the sale and marketing of street food to people from the local pedestrian traffic.

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Forest Grove Fire and Rescue

Forest Grove Fire and Rescue is the municipal fire department for the city of Forest Grove, Oregon.

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Forest Grove High School

Forest Grove High School is a public high school in Forest Grove, Oregon, United States.

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Forest Grove Leader

The Forest Grove Leader was a weekly community newspaper in Forest Grove in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Forest Grove School District (Oregon)

Forest Grove School District is a public school district in Washington County, Oregon, United States.

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Forest Grove Sound

The Forest Grove Sound was an unexplained noise, described by The Oregonian as a "mechanical scream", heard in Forest Grove, Oregon in February 2016.

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Forest Park (Portland, Oregon)

Forest Park is a public municipal park in the Tualatin Mountains west of downtown Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Fossil, Oregon

Fossil is a city in and the county seat of Wheeler County, Oregon, United States.

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Framework (building)

Framework is a mixed-use building that is planned for construction in Portland, Oregon, in the United States.

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Francella Mary Griggs

Sister Francella Mary Griggs, S.N.J.M., (February 5, 1920 – January 7, 2012) was a Native American member of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary and a leading advocate of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians of Oregon.

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Frank Brickowski

Francis Anthony "Frank" Brickowski (born August 14, 1959) is an American retired professional basketball player, formerly in the National Basketball Association (NBA).

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Frank Cady

Frank Randolph Cady (September 8, 1915 – June 8, 2012) was an American actor best known for his recurring and popular role as storekeeper Sam Drucker in three American television series during the 1960s – Petticoat Junction, Green Acres, and The Beverly Hillbillies – and his earlier role as "Doc Williams" on The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet.

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Frank E. Beach Memorial Fountain

The Frank E. Beach Memorial Fountain, officially titled Water Sculpture, is an outdoor 1975 stainless steel fountain and sculpture by sculptor Lee Kelly and architect James Howell, located in Washington Park's International Rose Test Garden in Portland, Oregon.

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Frank Ivancie

Francis James "Frank" Ivancie (born July 19, 1924) is an American businessman and politician who served as mayor of Portland, Oregon, from 1980 to 1985.

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Frank Kratovil

Frank Michael Kratovil Jr. (born May 29, 1968) is an American politician who was the U.S. Representative for from 2009 to 2011.

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Frank L. Roberts

Frank Livezey Roberts (December 28, 1915 – October 31, 1993) was an American politician from the state of Oregon.

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Frank M. Robinson

Frank M. Robinson (August 9, 1926 – June 30, 2014) was an American science fiction and techno-thriller writer.

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Frank M. Warren Sr.

Frank Manley Warren Sr. (May 10, 1848 – April 15, 1912) was a prominent American businessman from Oregon who made his fortune in the salmon canning industry.

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Frank Morse (Oregon politician)

Frank Morse is a politician in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Frank Shields (politician)

Frank W. Shields (born March 26, 1945) is an American politician and Methodist minister who served in both houses of the Oregon Legislative Assembly, from 1993 until 2007.

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Frank Zummach

Francis E. "Frank" Zummach (January 28, 1911 – April 30, 2012) was an American basketball player and coach.

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Franklin High School (Portland, Oregon)

Benjamin Franklin High School (colloquially Franklin High School) is a public high school in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Fred G. Meyer

Fred G. Meyer (February 21, 1886 – September 2, 1978)"Fred Meyer, Retail Empire Builder, Dies at 92" (September 3, 1978).

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Fred Meyer

Fred Meyer, Inc., is a chain of hypermarket superstores founded in 1922 in Portland, Oregon, by Fred G. Meyer.

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Fred Meyer Challenge

The Fred Meyer Challenge was a charity golf tournament played in the Portland metropolitan area in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Fred Stickel

Frederick Augustus "Fred" Stickel (November 18, 1921 – September 27, 2015) was an American newspaper publisher.

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Frederick Leadbetter

Frederick W. Leadbetter (1875-1948) was an Iowa-born financier who made his fortune primarily in lumber and paper milling in the Pacific Northwest and California.

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Frederick Manson White

Frederick Manson White (March 18, 1863 – April 23, 1952), commonly known as F. Manson White, was an American architect based in Portland, Oregon.

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Free Country (album)

Free Country is an album by the American jazz guitarist and arranger Joel Harrison released in June 2003.

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Free Geek

Free Geek was founded as a non-profit organization by Oso Martin, Free Geek launched on Earth Day 2000 as part of a community-wide public event at Pioneer Courthouse Square in downtown Portland, Oregon.

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Freedom From Religion Foundation

The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) is an American non-profit organization based in Madison, Wisconsin with members from all 50 states.

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Freedom Train

Two national Freedom Trains have toured the United States: the 1947–49 special exhibit Freedom Train and the 1975–76 American Freedom Train which celebrated the United States Bicentennial.

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Freeman Williams

Freeman Williams (born May 15, 1956) is a retired American professional basketball player.

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Fremont Bridge (Portland, Oregon)

The Fremont Bridge is a steel tied-arch bridge over the Willamette River located in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Frontier Field

Frontier Field is a baseball stadium located at One Morrie Silver Way in downtown Rochester, New York.

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Frozen Fever

Frozen Fever is a 2015 American computer-animated musical fantasy short film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures.

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Fubonn Shopping Center

The Fubonn Shopping Center is an enclosed shopping mall in the Powellhurst-Gilbert neighborhood of Portland, Oregon, in the United States.

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Funny Ha Ha

Funny Ha Ha is a 2002 American film written and directed by Andrew Bujalski.

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G. Collier Robbins

George Collier Robbins (September 1, 1823 –) served as mayor of Portland, Oregon, from 1860 to 1861.

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G.I. Joe's

G.I. Joe's was a privately owned former retail chain for sporting goods, ready-to-wear clothing, and auto parts; that operated stores in the Pacific Northwest region of the northwestern United States.

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GAF Materials Corporation

GAF is a company based in Parsippany, New Jersey, that has roots dating back to the late 19th century.

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Gail Shibley

Gail R. Shibley (born c. 1958) is an American politician who was the first openly gay person to serve in the Oregon State Legislature.

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Gallagher (comedian)

Leo Anthony Gallagher Jr. (born July 24, 1946), known as Gallagher, is an American comedian and prop comic, known for smashing watermelons as part of his act.

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Gambling in Oregon

Gambling in Oregon relates to the laws, regulations, and authorized forms of gambling.

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GameStop

GameStop Corp. (known simply as GameStop) is an American video game, consumer electronics, and wireless services retailer.

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Garfield Peak (Oregon)

Garfield Peak is a mountain peak on the south end of Crater Lake in Crater Lake National Park, Oregon.

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Gary Jeshel Forrester

Gary Jeshel Forrester (born July 3, 1946) is a musician,Latta, David, Australian Country Music (Random House Australia, 1991).

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Gary Snyder

Gary Snyder (born May 8, 1930) is an American man of letters.

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Gaston Junior/Senior High School

Gaston Junior/Senior High School is a public high school in Gaston, Oregon, United States.

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Gaston School District

Gaston School District 11J is a public school district in Washington County, Oregon, United States serving the city of Gaston.

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Gateways High School

Gateways High School is a public high school in downtown Springfield, Oregon, United States.

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Gazelle (motor vessel)

Gazelle was a gasoline powered launch that operated on the Willamette and Columbia river from 1905 to 1911.

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Gazelle (sidewheeler 1854)

Gazelle was an early sidewheeler on the Willamette River in what is now the U.S. state of Oregon.

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GE Capital Rail Services

GE Capital Rail Services, also known as GE Railcar, or GE Railcar Services Corporation was a business unit of GE Capital, a division of General Electric.

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Gene Whisnant

Gene Whisnant (born December 8, 1943) is a Republican politician from the US state of Oregon.

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Genevieve Bell

Genevieve Bell is an Australian anthropologist best known for her work at the intersection of cultural practice and technology development.

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Gentrification of Portland, Oregon

In 2017, Portland, Oregon was named the fourth fastest gentrifying city in the United States by Realtor.com.

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Geoffrey Kleinman

Geoffrey Kleinman (born November 21, 1970 in Moraga, California) is an American writer.

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Geoloqi

Geoloqi was a platform for location-based services, with tools for enterprise, government and mobile developers to add advanced geolocation functionality to apps and devices.

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George Flavel

Captain George Edward Flavel (November 17, 1823 — July 3, 1893) was an Irish American maritime pilot and entrepreneur.

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George G. Bingham

George Greenwood Bingham (November 25, 1855 – October 4, 1924) was an American judge and legal educator in the state of Oregon.

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George Greeley

George Greeley (born Georgio Guariglia; July 23, 1917 – May 26, 2007) was an Italian-American pianist, conductor, composer, arranger, recording artist and record producer who is known for his extensive work across the spectrum of the entertainment industry.

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George H. Otten

George H. Otten (June 21, 1889 – March 26, 1978) was a landscape architect who worked primarily in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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George H. Taylor

George H. Taylor (born 1947) is the former director of the Oregon Climate Service at Oregon State University in Corvallis, a position he held from 1989 until his retirement on 1 May 2008.

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George Luis Baker

George Luis Baker (1868–1941) was an American businessman and politician who served as mayor of Portland, Oregon, from 1917 to 1933.

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George Van Hoomissen

George Albert Van Hoomissen (born March 7, 1930) is an American attorney in the state of Oregon, United States.

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George W. Ebbert

George Wood "Squire" Ebbert (1810–1890) was a mountain man and early settler in the Oregon Country.

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Gerber Legendary Blades

Gerber Legendary Blades is a maker of consumer knives and multitools headquartered in Tigard, Oregon, United States, within the Portland metropolitan area.

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Gerry Lopez

Gerry Lopez (born November 7, 1948), aka Mr.

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Gert Boyle

Gertrude "Gert" Boyle (born March 6, 1924) is a German-born American businesswoman in the state of Oregon.

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Gervais High School

Gervais High School (formerly Gervais Union High School) is a public high school in Gervais, Oregon, United States.

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Get Carter (2000 film)

Get Carter is a 2000 American action thriller film directed by Stephen Kay and starring Sylvester Stallone, Miranda Richardson, Rachael Leigh Cook, Alan Cumming, Mickey Rourke, John C. McGinley, Michael Caine, and Rhona Mitra.

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Gibbs Street Pedestrian Bridge

The Gibbs Street Pedestrian Bridge, more formally known as the US Congresswoman Darlene Hooley Pedestrian Bridge at Gibbs Street, is an approximately pedestrian bridge in Portland, Oregon, United States, which opened on July 14, 2012.

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Gifts (novel)

Gifts (2004) is a young adult fantasy novel by Ursula K. Le Guin.

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Gilchrist Junior/Senior High School

Gilchrist Junior/Senior High School is a public high school in Gilchrist, Oregon, United States.

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Gilchrist State Forest

Gilchrist State Forest is the sixth and newest state forest in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Gill Coliseum

Gill Coliseum is a multi-purpose arena located on the campus of Oregon State University (OSU) in Corvallis, Oregon.

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Glacier Park Company

The Glacier Park Company, a subsidiary of the Great Northern Railway (GN), constructed and operated hotels, chalets, and other visitor facilities in Glacier National Park, Montana and Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta from the 1910s through 1960.

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Gladstone High School (Oregon)

Gladstone High School is a public high school in Gladstone, Oregon, United States.

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Gladstone, Oregon

Gladstone is a city located in Clackamas County, Oregon, United States.

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Glass Spider Tour

The Glass Spider Tour was a 1987 worldwide concert tour by David Bowie, launched in support of his album Never Let Me Down.

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Glena (film)

Glena is an American documentary film directed by Emmy-winning filmmaker Allan Luebke.

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Glencoe High School (Hillsboro, Oregon)

Glencoe High School is a public secondary school in Hillsboro, Oregon that is part of the Hillsboro School District.

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Glencoe, Oregon

Glencoe is a neighborhood and former community in Washington County, Oregon, United States.

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Glendale Jr/Sr High School

Glendale Jr/Sr High School is a public school in Glendale, Oregon, United States serving middle- and high school-aged students.

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Glenn & Viola Walters Cultural Arts Center

The Glenn & Viola Walters Cultural Arts Center is a multi-use arts and performance venue in downtown Hillsboro, Oregon, United States.

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Glenn C. Altschuler

Glenn Altschuler is an American writer and university-level educator and administrator.

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Glenn Jackson

Glenn L. Jackson (nickname "Mr. Oregon") (April 27, 1902 – June 20, 1980)Mosey, Ed (June 21, 1980).

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Glenn L. Jackson Memorial Bridge

The Glenn L. Jackson Memorial Bridge, or I-205 bridge, is a segmental bridge that spans the Columbia River between Vancouver, Washington and Portland, Oregon.

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Glenn Palmer (sheriff)

Glenn E. Palmer (born 1961) is the sheriff of Grant County, Oregon.

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Glenwood, Washington County, Oregon

Glenwood is an unincorporated community in Washington County, Oregon, United States, northwest of Forest Grove on Oregon Route 6.

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Glide High School

Glide High School (GHS) is a public high school in Glide, Oregon, United States.

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Glossary of cannabis terms

Terms related to cannabis include.

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Go, Vandals, Go

Go, Vandals, Go is the official fight song of the University of Idaho in Moscow.

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Gold Beach High School

Gold Beach High School is a public high school in Gold Beach, Oregon, United States.

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Golden State Killer

The Golden State Killer is a serial killer, rapist, and burglar who committed at least 12 murders, more than 50 rapes, and over 100 burglaries in California from 1974 to 1986.

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Goli Ameri

Goli Ameri (گلی عامری; née Goli Yazdi; born September 26, 1956) is an American diplomat and businesswoman.

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Gone Girl (film)

Gone Girl is a 2014 American psychological thriller film directed by David Fincher and written by Gillian Flynn, based on her 2012 novel of the same title.

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Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center (Oregon)

Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center is a 188-bed medical facility located in Corvallis, Oregon, United States.

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Goodbye to Language

Goodbye to Language (Adieu au Langage) is a 2014 French-Swiss 3D experimental narrative essay film written and directed by Jean-Luc Godard.

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Goodwill Industries

Goodwill Industries International Inc., or shortened to Goodwill, (stylized as goodwill) is an American nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that provides job training, employment placement services, and other community-based programs for people who have barriers preventing them from otherwise obtaining a job.

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Gordon Faber

Gordon C. Faber (April 2, 1931 – August 18, 2014) was an American politician and businessman in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Gordon Friedman

Gordon R. Friedman is a reporter for The Oregonian covering Portland City Hall.

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Gordon H. Smith

Gordon Harold Smith (born May 25, 1952) is an American politician, a former United States Senator and businessman from the state of Oregon.

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Gordon Sondland

Gordon D. Sondland is the United States Ambassador to the European Union.

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Gospodor Monument Park

Gospodor Monument Park is a roadside attraction along Interstate 5 near Toledo, Washington, in the United States.

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Government Camp, Oregon

Government Camp is an unincorporated community and census-designated place located in Clackamas County, Oregon, United States, south of Mount Hood and north of Tom Dick and Harry Mountain.

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Government of Portland, Oregon

The Government of Portland, Oregon, a city in the U.S. state of Oregon, is based on a city commission government system.

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Grabbers

Grabbers is a 2012 British-Irish monster film directed by Jon Wright and written by Kevin Lehane.

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Grace Crunican

Grace Crunican (born 1955) is a mass transportation specialist currently serving as General Manager of the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) District.

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Graham Oaks Nature Park

Graham Oaks Nature Park is a nature park in Wilsonville in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Grand Central Bakery

Grand Central Baking Company d.b.a. Grand Central Bakery is an American bakery chain with locations in Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington and their metropolitan areas.

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Grand Prix of Portland

The Grand Prix of Portland is an Indy Car Series race held at Portland International Raceway in Portland, Oregon.

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Grant High School (Portland, Oregon)

President Ulysses S. Grant High School (colloquially Grant High School) is a public high school in the Grant Park neighborhood of Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Grant Magazine

The Grant Magazine is a monthly magazine published by students of Grant High School, in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Grant Union High School (John Day, Oregon)

Grant Union High School is a public high school in John Day, Oregon, United States.

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Grants Pass High School

Grants Pass High School is a public high school located in Grants Pass, Oregon, United States.

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Grants Pass School District

Grants Pass School District (#7) is a public school district that serves the city of Grants Pass, Oregon, United States.

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Graphic Arts Center Publishing

Graphic Arts Center Publishing Company was a book publishing company based in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Grass Valley (company)

Grass Valley (formerly known as Thomson Grass Valley and Grass Valley Group) is a Canadian manufacturer of television production and broadcasting equipment, including playout, video cameras, editing and media storage, and character generators.

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Grüner (restaurant)

Grüner was an "Alpine" restaurant in Portland, Oregon.

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Great Blue Heron (sculpture)

Great Blue Heron is an outdoor 2012 sculpture by Jud Turner, installed at the intersection of East 13th Avenue and Alder Street in Eugene, Oregon, in the United States.

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Great Coastal Gale of 2007

The Great Coastal Storm of 2007 was a series of three powerful Pacific storms that affected the U.S. states of Oregon and Washington and the Canadian province of British Columbia between December 1, 2007 and December 4, 2007.

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Great Gale of 1880

The Great Gale of 1880 was an extremely intense extratropical cyclone (possibly deeper than 955 millibars (mb) or 28.20") that impacted the Northwest United States on January 9, 1880.

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Green Dragon Canyon

Green Dragon Canyon is a canyon located along the Owyhee River in southwestern Idaho, United States.

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Green Star Line

The Green Star Line was a U.S. steamship shipping line that was created in 1919 and operated until 1923.

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Green Tortoise

Green Tortoise Adventure Travel is an American long-distance tour bus company founded by Gardner Kent in mid-1973 and based in San Francisco, California.

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Greenhorn, Oregon

Greenhorn is a non-populated city in Baker and Grant counties in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Greg Oden

Gregory Wayne Oden Jr. (born January 22, 1988) is an American former professional basketball player who last played for the Jiangsu Dragons of the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA).

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Greg Walden

Gregory Paul Walden (born January 10, 1957) is an American politician, the U.S. Representative for, first elected to that office in 1998.

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Gregg Hammann

Gregg Hammann (born 1963) is an American businessman who was the president of the Nautilus Corporation from 2003–2007 and a vice president of The Coca-Cola Company from 1996 to 2000.

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Gregory V. Jones

Gregory V. Jones is a research climatologist specializing in the climatology of viticulture, with a focus on how climate variation influences vine growth, wine production and the quality of wine produced.

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Gresham Central Transit Center

The Gresham Central Transit Center, also known as Gresham Transit Center, is a TriMet transit center and MAX light rail station in Gresham, Oregon, United States.

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Gresham High School (Oregon)

Gresham High School is a public high school located in Gresham, Oregon, United States.

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Gresham-Barlow School District

Gresham School District is a school district in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Greta Binford

Greta J. Binford is a United States arachnologist, specialising in studies of spider venom.

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Gretchen Kafoury

Gretchen Miller Kafoury (June 23, 1942 – March 13, 2015) was an American politician, who served in the Oregon House of Representatives, the Multnomah County Commission, and the Portland City Council.

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Grey Rabbit

Grey Rabbit, also known as Grey Rabbit Camper Tours, was an American company based in the San Francisco Bay Area that operated long-distance bus service from 1971 to 1983.

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Greyball

Greyball is a software tool used by the ride-hailing service Uber to identify and deny service to certain riders, including riders who Uber suspects of violating its terms of service.

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Grimm (season 2)

The second season of the NBC American supernatural drama series Grimm premiered on August 13, 2012 and consisted of 22 episodes.

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Grimm (TV series)

Grimm is an American fantasy police procedural drama television series created by Stephen Carpenter and Jim Kouf & David Greenwalt and produced by Universal Television for NBC.

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Ground Kontrol

Ground Kontrol is a video game arcade and bar in Portland, Oregon, in the United States.

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GU Energy Labs

GU Energy Labs is a company based in Berkeley, California, that produces performance sports nutrition products, most notably energy gels.

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Guadalupe Guerrero

Guadalupe Guerrero is the Superintendent of Portland Public Schools in Oregon.

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Guild Theatre (Portland, Oregon)

The Guild Theatre (originally the Taylor Street Theatre) was a theatre in Portland, Oregon, in the United States.

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Guillermo Vilas

Guillermo Vilas (born 17 August 1952) is a retired professional tennis player from Argentina, No.

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Gus J. Solomon United States Courthouse

The Gus J. Solomon United States Courthouse is a federal courthouse located in downtown Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Gus Van Sant

Gus Green Van Sant, Jr. (born July 24, 1952) is an American film director, screenwriter, painter, photographer, musician and author who has earned acclaim as both an independent and more mainstream filmmaker.

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Guy-cry film

A guy-cry film is a film that generally addresses a male audience, but has strong emotional material.

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Gypsy Joker Motorcycle Club

The Gypsy Joker Motorcycle Club (GJMC), are a "one-percenter" motorcycle club that was originally formed in San Francisco, California on April Fool's Day, 1956.

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Gypsy Restaurant and Velvet Lounge

The Gypsy Restaurant and Velvet Lounge was a restaurant and nightclub established in 1947 and located along Northwest 21st Avenue in the Northwest District neighborhood of Portland, Oregon, in the United States.

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H. Russell Albee

Harry Russell Albee (September 8, 1867 – December 31, 1950) was mayor of Portland, Oregon, from 1913–1917.

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Hack-a-Shaq

Hack-a-Shaq is a basketball clock management strategy initially instituted in the National Basketball Association (NBA) by the Dallas Mavericks coach Don Nelson to hinder the scoring ability of the opposing team by continuously committing personal fouls against one of its opposing players, the player chosen being the one with the weakest free throw percentage among players on the court.

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Haggen

Haggen Food & Pharmacy is a grocery retailer in Washington state.

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Hailey Kilgore

Hailey Frances Kilgore (born February 16, 1999) is an American actress and singer.

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Hal Ellson

Harold "Hal" Ellson (1910 – October 31, 1994 in Brooklyn), in the New York Times; published November 9, 1994; retrieved July 2, 2014 was an American author of pulp fiction whose work primarily focused on juvenile delinquency, a field in which he has been described as "one of the most popular" writers, by Carlo Rotella (quoting Claude Brown); published April 21, 1998, by University of California Press (via Google Books), by Leerom Medovoi; published June 2, 2005, by Duke University Press (via Google Books) and as "legendary".

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Hall/Nimbus station

Hall/Nimbus station is a train and bus station on the Westside Express Service (WES) commuter rail line in Beaverton, Oregon, United States.

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Hallie Ford

Hallie Brown Ford (March 17, 1905 – June 4, 2007) was an American business person and philanthropist.

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Hallie Ford Museum of Art

The Hallie Ford Museum of Art (HFMA) is the museum of Willamette University in Salem, Oregon, United States.

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Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

Hallmark Movies & Mysteries (formerly known as Hallmark Movie Channel, but also known by HMM) is an American digital cable and satellite television channel that is owned by Crown Media Holdings.

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Halt and Catch Fire (TV series)

Halt and Catch Fire is an American period drama television series created by Christopher Cantwell and Christopher C. Rogers that aired on AMC from June 1, 2014, to October 14, 2017.

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Hamby Park

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Hamilton Boyd

Hamilton Boyd was an American politician who served as mayor of Portland, Oregon, in 1868-69.

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Hamlet (Oregon)

A hamlet is a model of local governance in Clackamas County in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Hammond arson case

The Hammond arson case was a court case culminating from 20-year-long legal disputes between Harney County, Oregon ranchers Dwight Lincoln Hammond, Jr., 73, his son Steven Dwight Hammond, 46, and federal officials.

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Hands Across Hawthorne

Hands Across Hawthorne was a rally held at the Hawthorne Bridge in the American West Coast city of Portland, Oregon, on May 29, 2011.

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Hanford Site

The Hanford Site is a decommissioned nuclear production complex operated by the United States federal government on the Columbia River in the U.S. state of Washington.

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Happy-Go-Lucky

Happy-Go-Lucky is a 2008 British comedy-drama film written and directed by Mike Leigh.

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Happy99

Happy99 (also termed Ska or I-Worm) is a computer worm for Microsoft Windows.

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Harbor Drive

Harbor Drive is a short roadway in Portland, Oregon, functioning mainly as a ramp to/from Interstate 5.

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Hardy Myers

Hardy Myers (October 25, 1939 – November 29, 2016) was an American lawyer and Democratic politician who served three terms as the 15th attorney general of the state of Oregon, United States.

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Hare Field

Hare Field is a multi-sport facility located in Hillsboro, Oregon, United States.

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Hares Canyon

Hares Canyon or Hare’s Canyon is a short valley in the Northern Oregon Coast Range south of Vernonia, Oregon, United States.

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Harl H. Haas Jr.

Harl H. Haas Jr. (December 24, 1932 – September 21, 2013) was an American politician and jurist in Oregon.

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Harold Wass Ray House

The Harold Wass Ray House is a historic home in Hillsboro in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Harper School (Oregon)

Harper School is a public high school in Harper, Oregon, United States.

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Harriet Fasenfest

Harriet Fasenfest (born 1953) is an American writer, urban gardener, and food preservation educator in Portland, Oregon.

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Harrisburg High School (Oregon)

Harrisburg High School is a public high school in Harrisburg, Oregon, United States.

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Harrison Tower Apartments

The Harrison Tower Apartments, West Tower, formerly the Portland Center Apartments II, is a building in downtown Portland, Oregon.

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Harry & David

Harry & David Holdings, Inc. (Harry & David) is an American-based premium food and gift producer and retailer.

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Harry E. Claiborne

Harry Eugene Claiborne (July 2, 1917 – January 19, 2004) was a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Nevada from 1978 until his impeachment and removal in 1986.

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Harry Glickman

Harry Glickman (born May 13, 1924) is a retired American journalist, promoter, and sports executive.

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Harry Lane

Harry Lane (August 28, 1855 – May 23, 1917) was an American politician in the state of Oregon.

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Harry Lonsdale

Harold K. Lonsdale (January 19, 1932 – November 11, 2014) was an American scientist, businessman, and former politician.

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Harvest Queen (sternwheeler)

Harvest Queen was the name of two stern-wheel steamboat built and operated in Oregon.

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Harvey W. Scott

Harvey Whitefield Scott (1838–1910) was an American pioneer, newspaper editor, and historian.

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Harvey W. Scott (sculpture)

Harvey W. Scott, or simply Harvey Scott, is a 1933 bronze sculpture by Gutzon Borglum depicting American pioneer, newspaper editor and historian Harvey W. Scott, located at Mount Tabor Park in the Mount Tabor neighborhood of Portland, Oregon.

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Hatfield Government Center station

Hatfield Government Center station is a light rail station on the MAX Blue Line in downtown Hillsboro, Oregon, United States.

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Hattie Bartholomay

Harriet "Hattie" Eliza Ross (married names: Mansfield, Bartholomay, Bruckman) (February 4, 1875 – December 9, 1954) was an American painter and doll designer and maker known especially for her award-winning unbreakable kid doll.

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Hawthorn Farm station

Hawthorn Farm is a light rail station on the MAX Blue Line in Hillsboro, Oregon, United States.

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Hawthorne Bridge

The Hawthorne Bridge is a truss bridge with a vertical lift that spans the Willamette River in Portland, Oregon, joining Hawthorne Boulevard and Madison Street.

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Hawthorne C. Gray

Hawthorne Charles Gray (February 16, 1889 – November 4, 1927) was a captain in the United States Army Air Corps.

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Hawthorne Theatre

The Hawthorne Theatre, formerly known as the Sunnyside Masonic Lodge, is an historic building and music venue located at the intersection of Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard and Cesar Chavez Boulevard, in Portland, Oregon's Richmond neighborhood, in the United States.

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Hayley Raso

Hayley Emma Raso (born 5 September 1994) is an Australian soccer player, currently playing as a winger for Portland Thorns FC.

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Healthy Americans Act

The Healthy Americans Act (HAA), also known as the Wyden-Bennett Act, is a Senate bill that had proposed to improve health care in the United States, with changes that included the establishment of universal health care.

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Heart in Oregon

Heart in Oregon is an emblem that symbolizes Oregonians’ love for their home state.

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Heathman Hotel

The Heathman Hotel, in Portland, Oregon, United States, was originally built as the New Heathman Hotel and opened in 1927.

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Helen J. Frye

Helen Jackson Frye (December 10, 1930 – April 21, 2011) was an American judge and attorney in the state of Oregon.

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Helix School

Helix School is a public high school in Helix, Oregon, United States.

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Helix, Oregon

Helix is a city in Umatilla County, Oregon, United States.

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Hells Canyon Rally

The Hells Canyon Rally is an annual motorcycle rally at Hells Canyon in Baker County in the state of Oregon, United States.

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Henrietta Lacks

Henrietta Lacks (born Loretta Pleasant; August 1, 1920 – October 4, 1951) Note: Some sources report her birthday as August 2, 1920, vs.

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Henry B. Pullen Burry

Henry B. Pullen Burry (1855 – December 30, 1926)(sources disagree on birthdate)The Collected Letters of W.B. Yeats, Vol IV, ed.by John Kelly and Ronald Schuchard, Oxford University Press, 2006, footnote p. 430.

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Henry Hagg Lake

Henry Hagg Lake (also Hagg Lake) is an artificial lake in northwest Oregon, in the United States.

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Henry L. Corbett

Henry Ladd Corbett (29 July 188122 April 1957) was an American businessman, civic leader, and politician in the state of Oregon.

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Henry Pittock

Henry Lewis Pittock (March 1, 1835 – January 28, 1919) was an Oregon (U.S.) pioneer, newspaper editor, publisher, and wood and paper magnate.

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Henry S. Rowe

Henry Spoor Rowe (October 11, 1851 – March 20, 1914) was an American businessman and politician.

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Henry W. Corbett

Henry Winslow Corbett (February 18, 1827March 31, 1903) was an American businessman, politician, civic benefactor, and philanthropist in the state of Oregon.

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Heppner Junior/Senior High School

Heppner Junior/Senior High School is a public high school in Heppner, Oregon, United States.

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Her Friend the Bandit

Her Friend the Bandit is a 1914 American comedy silent film made by Keystone Studios starring Charles Chaplin and Mabel Normand, both of whom co-directed the movie.

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Hercules in the Haunted World

Hercules in the Haunted World (Italian: Ercole al centro della terra, lit. "Hercules at the center of the Earth") is a 1961 Italian sword-and-sandal film directed by Mario Bava.

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Hercules vs. Vampires

Hercules vs.

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Heritage Mall

Heritage Mall is a shopping center in Albany in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Herman D. Kenin

Herman D. Kenin (October 26, 1901 – July 21, 1970) was an American musician, orchestra leader, and trade unionist.

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Herman Sarkowsky

Herman Sarkowsky (June 9, 1925 – November 2, 2014) was a Seattle, Washington, United States businessman, philanthropist, thoroughbred breeder, and former sports executive.

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Hermiston High School

Hermiston High School (HHS) is a four-year, public high school in Hermiston, Oregon, United States.

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Hermiston School District

The Hermiston School District is the largest district in Eastern Oregon, exceeding 5,300 students, and continues to experience steady enrollment growth.

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Hidden Valley High School (Oregon)

Hidden Valley High School is a public high school in Grants Pass, Oregon, United States.

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High-speed rail in the United States

Plans for high-speed rail in the United States date back to the High Speed Ground Transportation Act of 1965.

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Hillsboro Airport

Hillsboro Airport, also known as Portland–Hillsboro Airport, is the name of a corporate, general aviation and flight-training airport serving the city of Hillsboro, in Washington County, Oregon, USA.

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Hillsboro Central/Southeast 3rd Avenue Transit Center

Hillsboro Central/Southeast 3rd Avenue Transit Center is a light rail station and transit center on the MAX Blue Line in Hillsboro, Oregon.

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Hillsboro Civic Center

The Hillsboro Civic Center is a government-built, mixed-use development in downtown Hillsboro, Oregon, United States.

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Hillsboro Fire Department

The Hillsboro Fire Department, also called Hillsboro Fire & Rescue, is the municipal fire department for the city of Hillsboro in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Hillsboro High School (Oregon)

Hillsboro High School (colloquially known as Hilhi) is a public high school in Hillsboro, Oregon, United States, and is the oldest high school in the Hillsboro School District.

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Hillsboro Hops

The Hillsboro Hops are a minor league baseball team in the northwest United States, located in Hillsboro, Oregon, a suburb west of Portland.

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Hillsboro Intermodal Transit Facility

Hillsboro Intermodal Transit Facility (HITF) is a parking garage with extensive bicycle facilities located in Hillsboro in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Hillsboro Pioneer Cemetery

The Hillsboro Pioneer Cemetery is a pioneer cemetery in Hillsboro, Oregon, United States.

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Hillsboro Police Department (Oregon)

The Hillsboro Police Department (HPD) is the municipal law enforcement agency of the city of Hillsboro, Oregon, United States.

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Hillsboro Public Library

The Hillsboro Public Library is a two-location public library system in Hillsboro, Oregon, United States.

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Hillsboro School District

The Hillsboro School District 1J is a unified school district located in Hillsboro, Oregon, United States.

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Hillsboro Stadium

Hillsboro Stadium in Hillsboro, Oregon, United States is a multi-sport stadium owned by the city of Hillsboro.

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Hillsboro Symphony Orchestra

Hillsboro Symphony Orchestra (HSO) is an amateur orchestra based in Hillsboro in the Portland metropolitan area of the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Hillsboro Tribune

The Hillsboro Tribune is a weekly newspaper published on Wednesdays that covers the city of Hillsboro in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Hillsboro wireless tower

The Hillsboro wireless tower was a wireless telegraph station south of Hillsboro, Oregon, United States.

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Hillsboro, Oregon

Hillsboro is the fifth-largest city in the State of Oregon and is the county seat of Washington County.

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Hilton Portland Hotel

The Hilton Portland Downtown and Duniway Hotel are a pair of Hilton-brand hotels located in downtown Portland, Oregon.

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Hiram Straight

Hiram Aldrich Straight (March 7, 1814 – January 8, 1897) was an American farmer and legislator in what became the state of Oregon.

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Historic Columbia River Highway

The Historic Columbia River Highway is an approximately scenic highway in the U.S. state of Oregon between Troutdale and The Dalles, built through the Columbia River Gorge between 1913 and 1922.

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Historic ferries in Oregon

Historic ferries in Oregon are water transport ferries that operated in Oregon Country, Oregon Territory, and the state of Oregon, United States.

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History of baseball in Portland, Oregon

Portland, Oregon, has been home to many baseball teams, dating back to the 19th century.

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History of bisexuality

This is an article about the history of bisexuality.

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History of Fox News

The Fox News Channel (FNC) is an American basic cable and satellite news television channel that was founded by media mogul Rupert Murdoch in 1996.

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History of Oregon State University

The history of Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon, United States, began in the era of the Oregon Territory.

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History of Portland, Oregon

The history of the city of Portland, Oregon, began in 1843 when business partners William Overton and Asa Lovejoy filed to claim land on the west bank of the Willamette River in Oregon Country.

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History of the Portland Timbers franchise

The history of the Portland Timbers stretches back to 1975, when the original Timbers club joined the North American Soccer League, to the present club that plays in Major League Soccer.

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History of the Portland Trail Blazers

The following is a detailed history of the Portland Trail Blazers, a professional basketball team which joined the Western Conference of the National Basketball Association in 1970.

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History of The Simpsons

The Simpsons is an American animated television sitcom starring the animated Simpson family, which was created by Matt Groening.

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Hjalmar Hvam

Hjalmar Petterson Hvam (16 November 1902 – March 30, 1996) was a competitive Norwegian-American Nordic skier and inventor of the first safety ski binding.

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Hobsonville, Oregon

Hobsonville is an unincorporated community in Tillamook County, Oregon, United States.

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Hoedown Throwdown

"Hoedown Throwdown" is a song performed by American recording artist Miley Cyrus.

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Hoffman Construction Company

Hoffman Construction Company is a privately held construction firm based in Portland, Oregon.

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Holden-Keating Gang

The Holden-Keating Gang was a bank robbing team, led by Thomas James Holden (1896–1953) and Francis Keating (1899–July 25, 1978), which was active in the Midwestern United States during the 1925 and 1939.

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Holladay Park

Holladay Park is a public park in northeast Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Hollingsworth v. Perry

Hollingsworth v. Perry refers to a series of United States federal court cases that legalized same-sex marriage in the State of California.

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Hollywood District (Portland, Oregon)

The Hollywood District (originally Hollyrood, after the Scottish Holyrood) is a neighborhood of northeast Portland, Oregon, United States renamed for its historic 1920s-era Hollywood Theatre.

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Hollywood Theatre (Portland, Oregon)

The Hollywood Theatre is a historic movie theater in northeast Portland, Oregon, owned by a non-profit organization.

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Homer Davenport

Homer Calvin Davenport (March 8, 1867 – May 2, 1912) was a political cartoonist and writer from the United States.

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Homer Simpson

Homer Jay Simpson is a fictional character and the main protagonist of the American animated sitcom The Simpsons as the patriarch of the eponymous family.

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Homicide: Life on the Street (season 2)

The second season of Homicide: Life on the Street, an American police procedural drama television series, originally aired in the United States between January 6 and January 27, 1994.

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Hondo Dog Park

Hondo Dog Park is a city park in Hillsboro, Oregon, United States.

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Hood River County School District

The Hood River County School District (HRCSD) is a public school district in Hood River County, Oregon, United States that serves the communities of Cascade Locks, Hood River, Odell, Pine Grove, and Parkdale.

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Hood River Valley High School

Hood River Valley High School (HRVHS) is a public high school in Hood River, Oregon, United States.

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Hookup culture

A hookup culture is one that accepts and encourages casual sexual encounters, including one-night stands and other related activity, without necessarily including emotional bonding or long-term commitment.

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Hop Fastpass

Hop Fastpass is a contactless smart card for public transit fare payment in the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area.

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Horse Brass Pub

Horse Brass Pub is a British-style pub in Portland, Oregon's Sunnyside neighborhood, in the United States.

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Horse rings in Portland, Oregon

Horse rings, remnants of a time when horses and horse-drawn vehicles provided the primary mode of transportation, can be found throughout Portland, Oregon.

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Hosea T. Botts

Hosea Thompson Botts (1873–1963) was an American attorney and politician who served as Mayor of Tillamook, Oregon from 1905 to 1907, spanning two terms.

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Hot Lake Hotel

Hot Lake Hotel (also known as Hot Lake Resort) is a historic Colonial Revival hotel originally built in 1864 in Hot Lake, Union County, Oregon, United States.

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Hotel Albion

Hotel Albion, established in 1906, is a former hotel and historic building in Portland, Oregon, in the United States.

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Hotel Impossible

Hotel Impossible is a reality television program from Travel Channel in which struggling hotels receive an extensive makeover by veteran hotel operator and hospitality expert Anthony Melchiorri and team.

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House of Louie

House of Louie was a Chinese restaurant in Portland, Oregon's Old Town Chinatown neighborhood, in the United States.

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House of Numbers: Anatomy of an Epidemic

House of Numbers: Anatomy of an Epidemic is a 2009 documentary film directed, produced, and hosted by Brent Leung and described by him as an objective examination of the idea that HIV causes AIDS.

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House Spirits Distillery

House Spirits Distillery is an American craft distiller based in Portland, Oregon.

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How to Die in Oregon

How to Die in Oregon is a 2011 American documentary film produced and directed by Peter Richardson.

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Howard Hesseman

Howard Hesseman (born February 27, 1940) is an American actor best known for playing disc jockey Johnny Fever on WKRP in Cincinnati, Captain Pete Lassard in Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment and schoolteacher Charlie Moore on Head of the Class.

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Howard M. Terpenning Recreation Complex

The Howard M. Terpenning Recreation Complex, often called the Terpenning Recreation Complex or simply the THPRD recreation complex, is a 92-acre recreation complex in Beaverton, Oregon.

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Howard Vollum

Charles Howard Vollum (May 31, 1913 – February 5, 1986) was an American engineer, scientist, and philanthropist in Oregon, United States.

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Howard W. Bergerson

Howard William Bergerson (July 29, 1922 – February 19, 2011) was an American writer and poet, noted for his mastery of palindromes and other forms of wordplay.

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Howard W. Robertson

Howard W. Robertson (born September 19, 1947) is an American poet and novelist.

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Hoyt Arboretum

The Hoyt Arboretum is located atop a ridge in the west hills of Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Hryszko Brothers Building

The Hryszko Brothers Building is a building located at 836 North Russell Street, in the historic Albina District of north Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Hugo (film)

Hugo is a 2011 historical adventure drama film directed and co-produced by Martin Scorsese and adapted for the screen by John Logan.

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Huldufólk

italic (Icelandic and Faroese hidden people from "pertaining to secrecy" and "people", "folk") are elves in Icelandic and Faroese folklore.

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Human Rights Campaign

The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) is the largest LGBT civil rights advocacy group and political lobbying organization in the United States.

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Humanitarian response to Typhoon Haiyan

In the wake of Typhoon Haiyan, the Philippines received numerous messages of condolence and offers of assistance from a range of international leaders.

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Hung Far Low (restaurant)

Hung Far Low was a Chinese restaurant in Portland, Oregon's Old Town Chinatown neighborhood, in the United States.

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Hunter's Hot Springs (Oregon)

Hunter's Hot Springs (renamed Geyser Hot Springs in 2000) are natural geothermal springs located in Lake County, Oregon, United States, north of Lakeview.

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Hurley International

Hurley is an American multinational corporation that is engaged in the design, development, manufacturing, worldwide marketing and selling of surf apparel and accessories.

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Huron Consulting Group

Founded in 2002, the Huron Consulting Group, commonly known as simply Huron, is a global management consulting company offering services to the Healthcare, Higher Education, Life Sciences, and Commercial industries.

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Huw Edwards (conductor)

Huw Edwards is a Welsh conductor currently serving as music director of Olympia, Washington's Olympia Symphony Orchestra.

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I Was Impaled

I Was Impaled is an hour-long reality television docuseries show which depicts incidents in which real people were impaled on nonhuman objects and yet survived.

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I'm Not There

I'm Not There is a 2007 musical drama film directed by Todd Haynes and co-written with Oren Moverman, inspired by the life and music of American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan.

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I-205 Transitway

The I-205 Transitway was a partially built busway along the wide right-of-way of the Interstate 205 freeway in Portland, Oregon.

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Ian Rankin

Ian James Rankin, (born 28 April 1960) is a Scottish crime writer, best known for his Inspector Rebus novels.

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Idaho Stampede

The Idaho Stampede was an American basketball team in the NBA D-League, based in Boise, Idaho.

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Ignite (event)

Ignite (Ignite Talks) is a series of events where speakers have five minutes to talk on a subject accompanied by 20 slides, for 15 seconds each, automatically advanced.

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Ilani Casino Resort

The Ilani Casino Resort is a casino operated by the Cowlitz Indian Tribe and located near La Center, Washington.

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Illinois River (Oregon)

The Illinois River is a tributary, about long, of the Rogue River in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Illinois Valley High School

Illinois Valley High School is a public high school in Cave Junction, Oregon, United States.

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Imagination (film)

Imagination is a 2007 American avant-garde animated/live action film, and the first feature length project directed by Eric Leiser, about young twin sisters who have Asperger syndrome.

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Imbler High School

Imbler High School is a public high school in Imbler, Oregon, United States.

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Ime Udoka

Ime Sunday Udoka (born August 9, 1977) is a Nigerian-American former professional basketball player and current assistant coach for the San Antonio Spurs of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

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Imnaha (sternwheeler)

Imhaha was a stern-wheel steamboat which operated on the Snake River in 1903. The steamer was built, launched, placed in service, and wrecked within a single year. The rapids on the Snake river had only rarely been surmounted by a steamboat, and generally only with the aid of a steel cable for lining used to winch the entire boat upstream through the rapids. After only a few trips, Imnaha was destroyed in Mountain Sheep rapids, just downstream from the mining settlement of Eureka, on the Oregon side of the river.

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Impeachment March

The Impeachment March, sometimes referred to as the "Impeach Trump" protest, was a series of rallies against the President of the United States, Donald Trump, held nationwide on July 2–4, 2017, advocating that Congress begin the impeachment process against him.

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Imperial Bedrooms

Imperial Bedrooms is a novel by American author Bret Easton Ellis.

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Imperial Hotel (Portland, Oregon)

The Kimpton Hotel Vintage Portland, historically known as the Imperial Hotel and also as The Plaza Hotel, is a historic hotel building in downtown Portland, Oregon, United States.

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In-N-Out Burger

In-N-Out Burger is an American regional chain of fast food restaurants with locations primarily in the American Southwest and Pacific coast.

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InFocus

InFocus Corporation is an American privately owned company based in the state of Oregon.

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INPEX

INPEX (Invention and New Product Exposition) is America's largest invention trade show, organized by InventHelp.

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Inside Scientology: The Story of America's Most Secretive Religion

Inside Scientology: The Story of America's Most Secretive Religion is a 2011 book by journalist Janet Reitman in which the author examines the Church of Scientology.

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Instant replay

Instant replay is a video reproduction of something that recently occurred which was both shot and broadcast live.

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Intel

Intel Corporation (stylized as intel) is an American multinational corporation and technology company headquartered in Santa Clara, California, in the Silicon Valley.

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International Container Terminal Services

International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) is a global port management company with headquarters at the Port of Manila, Philippines.

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International Rose Test Garden

The International Rose Test Garden is a rose garden in Washington Park in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Interstate 205 (Oregon–Washington)

Interstate 205 (I-205) is a loop route that serves the Portland—Vancouver metropolitan area in the U.S. states of Oregon and Washington.

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Interstate 5 in Oregon

Interstate 5 (I-5) in the U.S. state of Oregon is a major Interstate Highway that traverses the state from north to south.

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Interstate Bridge

The Interstate Bridge (also Columbia River Interstate Bridge, I-5 Bridge, Portland-Vancouver Interstate Bridge, Vancouver-Portland Bridge) is a pair of nearly identical steel vertical-lift, "Parker type" through-truss bridges that carry Interstate 5 traffic over the Columbia River between Vancouver, Washington and Portland, Oregon in the United States.

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Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center

The Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center (IFCC) is a community-based arts center located in North Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Inversion: Plus Minus

Inversion: Plus Minus (sometimes stylized as Inversion +/-) is a pair of outdoor sculptures designed by artists and architects Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo, located in southeast Portland, Oregon.

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Ione Community Charter School

Ione Community Charter School is a public charter school in Ione, Oregon, United States.

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Irrigon Junior/Senior High School

Irrigon Junior/Senior High School is a public high school in Irrigon, Oregon, United States.

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Irving Street Kitchen

Irving Street Kitchen is a restaurant serving American cuisine in Portland, Oregon's Pearl District, in the United States.

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Isaac W. Smith (surveyor)

Isaac W. Smith (born Isaac Williams Smith; February 15, 1826-January 1, 1897) was an American surveyor and civil engineer.

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Issa (Senegalese singer)

Issa (self-styled ISSA in caps or I$$A, pronounced "e-suh", stage name of Issa Diop) is a singer, songwriter, and record producer.

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Issaquah-Sammamish Reporter

The Issaquah-Sammamish Reporter is a United States community newspaper that covers Issaquah, Washington and Sammamish, Washington.

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Itohan Aikhionbare

Itohan Aikhionbare (born March 29, 1994) is an Belize-American athlete who competes in Shot put and Discus throw.

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J. A. Chapman

James A. Chapman (September 4, 1821 – December 12, 1885) was a physician in the U.S. state of Oregon who served three non-consecutive terms as mayor of Portland, Oregon.

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J. André Fouilhoux

Jacques André Fouilhoux (1879–1945) was an engineer and architect from Paris, France who partnered with architects in Salem, Oregon and New York City.

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J. K. Gill Company

The J.K. Gill Company, also known as J.K. Gill and Gill's, was an office supply company specializing in books and school supplies, based in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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J. R. Campbell (judge)

J.

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J. R. Simplot

John Richard ("Jack" or "J.R.") Simplot (January 4, 1909 – May 25, 2008) was an American entrepreneur and businessman best known as the founder of the J. R. Simplot Company, a Boise, Idaho based agricultural supplier specializing in potato products.

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J.J. Newberry

J.J. Newberry's was an American five and dime store chain in the 20th century.

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Jack Cody

Jack Cody (April 1, 1885 – April 11, 1963) was an American swimming coach in Oregon.

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Jack Crabtree

Jack Crabtree is a former American football quarterback who was the most valuable player of the 1958 Rose Bowl, despite the fact that his team lost the game.

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Jack Elam

William Scott "Jack" Elam (November 13, 1920 – October 20, 2003), was an American film and television actor best known for his numerous roles as villains in Western films and, later in his career, comedies (sometimes spoofing his villainous image).

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Jack Ely

Jack Brown Ely (September 11, 1943 – April 28, 2015) was an American guitarist and singer, best known for singing the Kingsmen's version of "Louie Louie".

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Jack Faust (attorney)

John R. "Jack" Faust (born June 16, 1932) is a retired Portland, Oregon, attorney, television personality and political activist.

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Jack Herer

Jack Herer (June 18, 1939 – April 15, 2010), sometimes called the "Emperor of Hemp", was an American cannabis rights activist and the author of The Emperor Wears No Clothes, a book—in 2016 in its twelfth edition after having been continuously in print for 31 years—frequently cited in efforts to decriminalize and legalize cannabis and to expand the use of hemp for industrial use.

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Jack Jewsbury

Jack Jewsbury (born April 13, 1981) is a retired American soccer player who played primarily as a midfielder.

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Jack Joyce (businessman)

Jack Joyce (December 10, 1942 – May 27, 2014) was an American business executive, lawyer and brewer who co-founded Rogue Ales in Ashland, Oregon, in 1988.

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Jack Landau (judge)

Jack L. Landau (born 1953) is an American attorney and judge in the state of Oregon.

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Jack Lee Harelson

Jack Lee Harelson (1940 - December 14, 2012) was an American insurance agent, best known for desecrating and looting a Paiute Indian burial site in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada.

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Jack London Revue

The Jack London Revue is a jazz club in Portland, Oregon, in the United States.

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Jack Ohman

Jack Ohman (born September 1, 1960) is the editorial cartoonist at The Sacramento Bee, in Sacramento, California.

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Jack Rosenthal (journalist)

Jacob "Jack" Rosenthal (30 June 1935 – 23 August 2017) was a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, editor and executive best known for his work at The New York Times.

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Jackie Dingfelder

Jackie Dingfelder is a Democratic politician in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Jackie Winters

Jackie Winters (born April 15, 1937) is an American Republican politician in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve

Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve in Hillsboro, Oregon, United States, is a wetlands area along the Tualatin River in Washington County, Oregon.

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Jackson High School (Portland, Oregon)

Andrew Jackson High School was a public high school in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Jacob Kamm

Jacob Kamm (12 December 1823 – 16 December 1912) was a prominent early transportation businessman in Oregon, USA.

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Jacob Kamm House

The Jacob Kamm House, also called the Jacob Kamm Mansion, is a French Second Empire style mansion in Portland, Oregon, built in 1871.

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Jacob Tanzer

Jacob B. Tanzer (born 1935) is an American attorney in the state of Oregon, United States.

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Jacques Singer

Jacques Singer (May 9, 1910 Przemyśl, Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria – August 11, 1980, Manhattan, New York) was an Austro-Hungarian-born Polish-American virtuoso violinist, symphony orchestra conductor, and music educator who flourished from about 1925 until a few months before his death in 1980.

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Jacquizz Rodgers

Jacquizz Rodgers (born February 6, 1990) is an American football running back for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the National Football League (NFL).

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Jaime Ambriz

Jaime Ambriz (born December 7, 1978) is an American former professional soccer player who played in Europe and the United States.

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Jake's Famous Crawfish

Jake's Famous Crawfish is a seafood restaurant in downtown Portland, Oregon, founded in 1892 by Jacob "Jake" Lewis Freiman.

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James Alger Fee

James Alger Fee (September 24, 1888 – August 25, 1959) was a United States federal judge from Oregon.

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James B. Stephens

James B. Stephens (November 9, 1806 – March 22, 1889) was a pioneer of the U.S. state of Oregon.

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James Beard Foundation Award

The James Beard Foundation Awards are annual awards presented by the James Beard Foundation for excellence in cuisine, culinary writing, and culinary education in the United States.

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James Beard Public Market

The James Beard Public Market is a proposed public market in Portland, Oregon.

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James Bell (basketball)

James Tahj Mainor-Bell (born January 7, 1992) is an American professional basketball player for Darüşşafaka of the Turkish Basketball Super League (BSL).

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James G. Blaine Society

The James G. Blaine Society is an unofficial organization dedicated to protecting the U.S. state of Oregon from overpopulation.

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James Hutchison (American politician)

James L. "Hutch" Hutchison Sr. (born about 1942) is an American politician.

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James J. Montague

James Jackson Montague (April 16, 1873 – December 16, 1941), often referred to as "Jim" or "Jimmy" Montague, was an American journalist, satirist, and poet.

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James John High School

James John High School was a public high school in the city of St. Johns that later became part of Portland Public Schools after St.

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James Kim

James Kim (August 9, 1971December 4, 2006) was an American television personality and technology analyst for the former TechTV international cable television network, reviewing products for shows including The Screen Savers, Call for Help, and Fresh Gear.

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James M. Burns (judge)

James Milton Burns (November 24, 1924 – December 21, 2001) was an American attorney and judge in Oregon.

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James P. Hagerstrom

Colonel James Philo Hagerstrom (January 14, 1921June 25, 1994) was a fighter ace of both the United States Army Air Forces in World War II and the U.S. Air Force in the Korean War.

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Jamieson Parker

Jamieson Kirkwood Parker (January 28, 1895 – December 8, 1939) was an American government administator and architect from Oregon, working primarily in Portland and Salem.

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Jamison Square

Jamison Square is a city park in the area of downtown Portland, Oregon, known as the Pearl District.

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Jan Lee

Jan L. Lee (born May 30, 1943) is an American politician who served in the Oregon House of Representatives from 2001 until 2003.

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Jane Claire Dirks-Edmunds

Jane Claire Dirks-Edmunds (June 9, 1912 – December 29, 2003) was an American ecologist, biologist and author of Not Just Trees.

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Janeen Sollman

Janeen A. Sollman is an American Democratic politician currently serving in the Oregon House of Representatives.

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Janet Chvatal

Janet Marie Chvatal (born September 26, 1964) is an American classical soprano and musical theatre singer, director and author, best known for her production and charity work in Germany and for her creation of the role of Empress Elisabeth of Austria in the world-premiere of the German musical.

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Janrain

Janrain, sometimes styled as JanRain, is a customer profile and identity management (CIAM) software provider based in Portland, Oregon.

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Jantzen

Jantzen is a brand of swimwear that was established in 1916 and first appeared in the city of Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Jantzen Beach Carousel

The Jantzen Beach Carousel, also known as the C. W. Parker Four-Row Park Carousel, is a carousel formerly installed at Portland, Oregon's Jantzen Beach, in the United States.

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Jantzen Beach Center

Jantzen Beach Center is an outdoor shopping mall located in Portland, Oregon, on Hayden Island in the Columbia River, known as Jantzen Beach SuperCenter from 1996 until about 2012.

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January 1967

The following events occurred in January 1967.

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January 2012 Pacific Northwest snowstorm

The January 2012 Pacific Northwest snowstorm was a large extratropical cyclone that brought record snowfall to the Pacific Northwest in January 2012.

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Japanese community of Mexico City

Mexico City has a community of Japanese Mexican people and Japanese expatriates that is dispersed throughout the city.

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Jasmine Ash

Jasmine Ash is an American singer-songwriter, from Portland, Oregon.

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Jason Boe

Jason Douglas Boe (March 10, 1929 – March 20, 1990) was an American optometrist from Oregon.

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Jason Isbell

Michael Jason Isbell (born February 1, 1979) is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist from Green Hill, Alabama, in Lauderdale County.

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Jason James Richter

Jason James Richter (born January 29, 1980) is an American actor, most commonly known for his role in the Free Willy series as Jesse, the boy who befriends Willy.

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Jason Lee (judge)

Jason Dwight Lee (June 2, 1915 – February 19, 1980) was an American politician and judge in the state of Oregon.

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Jason Wells (playwright)

Jason Wells (born 1960) is an American actor and award-winning playwright.

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Jay Locey

Jay Locey (born February 3, 1955) is an American football coach and former player.

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Jean de Segonzac

Jean de Segonzac (sometimes credited as Jean DeSegonzac) is an American director, screenwriter and cinematographer who has worked in documentaries and television programs.

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Jean M. Auel

Jean Marie Auel (born February 18, 1936) is an American writer who wrote the Earth's Children books, a series of novels set in prehistoric Europe that explores human activities during this time, and touches on the interactions of Cro-Magnon people with Neanderthals.

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Jeanne Atkins

Jeanne Paquette Atkins (born 1949/1950) is an American politician who was the 25th Secretary of State of Oregon, having been appointed on March 6, 2015, by Governor Kate Brown following Brown's ascension to the state's highest office.

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Jeff Charleston

Jeffrey David Charleston (born January 19, 1983 in Oregon City, Oregon) is a former American football defensive end.

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Jeff Cogen

Jeffrey Scott Cogen (born 1962) is a businessman, lawyer, and former politician in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Jeff Gianola

Jeff Gianola (born October 2, 1955) is the head news anchor for KOIN 6, the CBS affiliate station in Portland, Oregon.

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Jeff Helfrich

Jeffrey A. Helfrich (born 1967/68) is a Republican member of the Oregon House of Representatives.

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Jeff Jahn

Jeff Jahn (born 1970) is a curator, art critic, artist, historian, blogger and composer based in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Jeff Kosseff

Jeff Kosseff is a cybersecurity law professor at the United States Naval Academy.

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Jeff Kruse

Jeff Kruse (born September 7, 1951) is a Republican member of the Oregon Senate, representing the 1st District from 2005 until his resignation in 2018.

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Jeff Merkley

Jeffrey Alan Merkley (born October 24, 1956) is an American politician and is the current junior United States Senator from Oregon, having served since January 3, 2009.

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Jefferson (proposed Pacific state)

The State of Jefferson is a proposed U.S. state that would span the contiguous, mostly rural area of southern Oregon and northern California, where several attempts to separate from Oregon and California, respectively, have taken place.

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Jefferson High School (Jefferson, Oregon)

Jefferson High School is a public high school located in Jefferson, Oregon, United States.

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Jefferson High School (Portland, Oregon)

Thomas Jefferson High School (colloquially, Jefferson High School) is a public high school in Portland, Oregon, United States, founded in 1908.

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Jefferson Smith (politician)

Jefferson Smith (born June 29, 1973) is an American entrepreneur, radio personality, and politician in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Jeffrey Grayson

Jeffrey Lloyd Grayson (May 4, 1942 - November 27, 2009) was an American businessman and criminal.

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Jeffrey St. Clair

Jeffrey St.

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Jehovah's Witnesses' handling of child sex abuse

Various individuals, courts and the media around the world have raised concerns about the manner in which cases of child sexual abuse are handled when they occur in congregations of Jehovah's Witnesses.

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Jennifer Jako

Jennifer Jako (born 1973) is an AIDS activist, filmmaker, photographer, lecturer and designer.

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Jennifer Rivera

Jennifer Rivera is an American mezzo-soprano who has had an active international performance career in operas and concerts since the early 2000s.

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Jensen Huang

Jen-Hsun "Jensen" Huang (born February 17, 1963) is a Taiwan-born American entrepreneur and businessman.

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Jeremiah Dominguez

Jeremiah Dominguez is the point guard for the Portland State Vikings men's basketball team.

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Jeremiah Masoli

Jeremiah Taeatafa Masoli (born August 24, 1988) is a Canadian football quarterback for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League (CFL).

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Jerry Willey

Jerry Willey (born 1947/48) is an American politician who was the 41st mayor of Hillsboro, Oregon, a position he held from 2009 to 2017.

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Jessica Vega Pederson

Jessica Vega Pederson is a Democratic politician in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Jesuit High School (Beaverton, Oregon)

Jesuit High School is a Catholic high school in Beaverton outside Portland, Oregon, United States, in the Archdiocese of Portland.

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Jewel Lansing

Jewel Beck Lansing (born c. 1930) is a writer and politician from Portland in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Jewell School

Jewell School is a public school in Jewell, Oregon, United States.

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Jiggles

Jiggles, sometimes called Jiggles Strip Club, was a strip club in Tualatin, Oregon, in the United States.

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Jiggs Parrott

Walter Edward "Jiggs" Parrott (July 14, 1871April 14, 1898) was a professional baseball player whose career spanned eight seasons, four of which were spent with the Major League Baseball (MLB) Chicago Colts (1892–95).

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Jill Ellis

Jillian Anne Ellis (born 6 September 1966) is an English-born American soccer coach.

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Jim Barnett (basketball)

James Franklin Barnett (born July 7, 1944) is a former professional basketball player.

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Jim Bell

James Dalton Bell (born 1958) is an American crypto-anarchist who created the idea of arranging for anonymously sponsored assassination payments via the Internet, which he called "assassination politics".

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Jim Hill (Oregon politician)

Jim Hill (born April 23, 1947) in the Oregon Blue Book, 1997, p. 16.

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Jim Huffman

James L. Huffman (born March 25, 1945) is a professor of law and the former dean of Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon.

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Jim Joyce

James Alfred Joyce III (born October 3, 1955) is a former American professional baseball umpire.

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Jim Leisy

Jim Leisy, Jr., was an artist, photographer, book editor and publisher.

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Jim Lynam

James Francis Lynam (born September 15, 1941) is an American former college and professional basketball coach.

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Jim Lynch (writer)

Jim Lynch (born 1961) is an American author of four novels.

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Jim Thompson (Oregon politician)

Jim Thompson (born in Lincoln County, Oregon) is an American politician and a former Republican member of the Oregon House of Representatives representing District 23 from 2009 to 2015.

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Jim Torrey

Jim Torrey (born 1940) is a politician in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Jimmy Mak's

Jimmy Mak's was a jazz club in Portland, Oregon's Pearl District, in the United States.

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Jive Software

Jive Software an Aurea Company, is a provider of communication and collaboration solutions for business, including a suite of collaboration software and an intranet back-end.

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Jodi Hack

Jodi Hack is an American politician from Oregon.

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Jody Allen

Jo Lynn "Jody" Allen (formerly Jody Patton) is an American businesswoman and philanthropist.

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Joe Gallegos

Joe Gallegos is an American politician and a former Democratic member of the Oregon House of Representatives, representing District 30 from 2013 until 2017.

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Joel David Moore

Joel David Moore (born September 25, 1977) is an American character actor and director.

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Joey Gibson (political activist)

Joseph Gibson (born 1983/84) is an American right-wing political activist.

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John Barnes (manager)

John Sloane Barnes (August 30, 1855 - September 15, 1929) was a Minor League Baseball manager, athlete, promoter, and proponent of physical fitness.

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John Batiste

Major General John Batiste (1953)David Margolick: Vanity Fair, April 2007 is a retired officer of the United States Army,, New York Times, April 13, 2006 – author, and the co-founder of Batiste Leadership.

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John Brotherton

John Brotherton (born August 21, 1980) is an American actor.

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John C. Robertson

John Charles (Jack) Robertson (February 16, 1848 – April 5, 1913) was an English-American contractor and builder who constructed some of the earliest important buildings in Portland, Oregon.

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John Canzano

John Canzano is an American sports columnist, radio talk show host on Portland's 102.9-FM and 750 AM "The Game".

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John Dallum

John H. Dallum is a former politician in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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John Davis (Oregon politician)

John Davis is an American politician and a Republican member of the Oregon House of Representatives representing District 26 from 2013 until 2017.

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John Day (trapper)

John Day (ca. 1770 – February 16, 1820) was an American hunter and fur trapper in the Pacific Northwest, including present-day Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Western Montana and Southern British Columbia.

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John E. Tourtellotte

John Everett Tourtellotte (February 22, 1869 – May 8, 1939) was a prominent western American architect, best known for his projects in Idaho.

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John Gates (Portland mayor)

John Gates (December 31, 1827 – April 27, 1888) was the mayor of Portland, Oregon, United States from 1885–1888.

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John H. Dick

John H. Dick (November 9, 1918 – September 22, 2011) was an American former basketball player and Rear Admiral in the United States Navy.

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John J. Farrell

John J. Farrell (1872 - July 22, 1946) was the Dairy and Food Commissioner of Minnesota in 1917 and president of the National Creamery Buttermakers' Association.

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John Jacob Astor Hotel

The John Jacob Astor Hotel, originally known as the Hotel Astoria, is a historic former hotel building located in Astoria, Oregon, United States, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).

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John Kenneth Turner

John Kenneth Turner was an American publisher, journalist, and author.

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John Kitzhaber

John Albert Kitzhaber (born March 5, 1947) is an American physician and former politician.

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John Kroger

John Richington Kroger (born 1966) is the president of Reed College.

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John L. Morrison (pioneer)

John Lindsey Morrison (May 1819 – December 21, 1899) arrived in Oregon Country in 1842 along with other famous Oregon pioneers Medorem Crawford,"Published Letter from C.S.L. Crawford of Seattle, WA to Judge I.J. Lichtenberg of Lopez, San Juan Co., WA dated January 3, 1900"; The San Juan Islander; Friday Harbor, Washington; January 18, 1900; Page 3, Column 2.

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John M. Breck

John Malcolm Breck (April 9, 1828 – February 21, 1900) was a businessman in Portland, Oregon, United States, who served as mayor of Portland from 1861 to 1862.

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John McCallum (sports writer)

John Dennis McCallum (June 27, 1924 – December 17, 1988) was an American sportswriter and author.

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John Quincy Adams and Elizabeth Young House

The John Quincy Adams and Elizabeth Young House, also known as the John Quincy Adams Young House, is a historic American saltbox house built in 1869 in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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John Robinson (American actor)

John Robinson (born October 25, 1985) is an American actor.

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John Ross Tower

John Ross Tower is a condominium skyscraper in the South Waterfront neighborhood in Portland, Oregon.

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John Sellwood

John Sellwood was a pioneer Episcopal minister who settled in the U.S. state of Oregon on a donation land claim on the east bank of the Willamette River upstream from Portland.

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John Sperling

John Glen Sperling (January 9, 1921 – August 22, 2014) was an American businessman who is credited with having led the contemporary for-profit education movement in the United States.

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John Storrs (architect)

John W. Storrs (1920 – August 31, 2003) was an American architect in Oregon.

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John Stossel

John Frank Stossel (born March 6, 1947) is an American consumer television personality, author, and libertarian pundit, known for his career on both ABC News and Fox Business Channel.

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John T. Apperson

John T. Apperson (December 23, 1834 – April 3, 1917) was an American steamboat captain and military officer who also served in the Oregon Legislative Assembly.

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John Trudeau

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John W. Reynolds (Oregon attorney)

John W. Reynolds (January 27, 1875 – April 5, 1942) was an American attorney and educator in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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John Wilson (philanthropist)

John Wilson (c. 1826 – September 15, 1900) was an Irish-born pioneer of the American West, a successful businessman in Portland, Oregon, United States, where he was a prominent civic leader, an avid collector of books, and a philanthropist.

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John Yeon

John Yeon (October 29, 1910 – March 13, 1994) was an American architect in Portland, Oregon, in the mid-twentieth century.

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Johnathan Loyd

Johnathan Loyd (born August 15, 1991) is a professional basketball player for the Nevada Desert Dogs of the North American Premier Basketball League (NAPB).

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Johnny Helms

John Newton "Johnny" Helms (February 10, 1935 – March 27, 2015) was an American jazz trumpet player, bandleader, and music educator from Columbia, South Carolina.

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Johnson City, Oregon

Johnson City is a city in Clackamas County, Oregon, United States.

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Jokerman 8

Jokerman 8, by Richard Melo, is a novel of that follows a group of college students whose lives weave in and out of the radical environmental movement.

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Jon Heder

Jonathan Joseph Heder (born October 26, 1977) is an American actor, producer and comedian.

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Jon Ritzheimer

Jon Eric Ritzheimer (born October 31, 1983) is an American political activist affiliated with the 3 Percenters and formerly associated with the Oath Keepers group.

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Jonathan Franzen

Jonathan Earl Franzen (born August 17, 1959) is an American novelist and essayist.

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Jonathan Raymond

Jonathan Raymond is an American writer living in Portland, Oregon.

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Jordan Cove Energy Project

The Jordan Cove Energy Project is a proposal by Calgary-based energy company Pembina to build a liquefied natural gas export terminal within the International Port of Coos Bay, Oregon.

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Jordan Valley High School

Jordan Valley High School is a public high school in Jordan Valley, Oregon, United States.

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Jory (soil)

The Jory series consists of very deep, well-drained soils that formed in colluvium derived from basic igneous rock.

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Joseph Gale

Joseph Goff Gale (April 29, 1807 – December 13, 1881) was an American pioneer, trapper, entrepreneur, and politician who contributed to the early settlement of the Oregon Country.

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Joseph George Megler

Joseph George Megler (March 10, 1838 – September 10, 1915), generally known as J.G. Megler, was a German-American salmon cannery owner and politician in Washington.

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Joseph High School

Joseph High School is a public high school in Joseph, Oregon, United States.

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Joseph N. Dolph

Joseph Norton Dolph (October 19, 1835March 10, 1897) was an American politician and attorney in the state of Oregon.

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Joseph Robertson (OHSU)

Joseph E. Robertson, Jr. is an American ophthalmologist who became the president of Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, Oregon in September 2006.

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Joseph Rose

Joseph Rose (born May 6, 1969, in Wenatchee, Washington, United States) is an American journalist and radio personality formerly based in Portland, Oregon.

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Joseph Schwantner: New Morning for the World; Nicolas Flagello: The Passion of Martin Luther King

Joseph Schwantner: New Morning for the World; Nicolas Flagello: The Passion of Martin Luther King is a classical music album by the Oregon Symphony under the artistic direction of James DePreist, released by Koch International Classics in 1995.

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Joshua Berger

Joshua Berger is the Art Director and a founder of Plazm magazine.

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Joshua Sweeney

Joshua Sweeney is an American gold medal sled hockey player and Purple Heart recipient who competed in 2014 Winter Paralympics in Sochi, Russia.

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Josiah Failing

Josiah Failing (July 9, 1806 – August 14, 1877) was a businessman and the fourth mayor of Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Judi Hofer

Judith ("Judi) Kay Hofer (February 16, 1940 — December 14, 2013) was an American businesswoman.

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Judicial activism

Judicial activism refers to judicial rulings that are suspected of being based on personal opinion, rather than on existing law.

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Jujamcyn Theaters

The Jujamcyn Theaters, formerly the Jujamcyn Amusement Corporation, is a theatrical producing and theatre-ownership company in New York City.

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Julie Joosten

Julie Joosten (born 1980) is an American-Canadian poet.

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Julie Parrish (politician)

Julie Parrish (born in 1974) is an American politician and a Republican member of the Oregon House of Representatives representing District 37 since January 10, 2011.

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Julius C. Moreland

Julius Caesar Moreland (June 1, 1844February 2, 1918) was an Oregon pioneer, a successful lawyer, and a judge based in Portland, Oregon.

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Julius Meier

Julius L. Meier (December 31, 1874 – July 14, 1937) was an American businessman, civic leader, and politician in the state of Oregon.

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July 1917

The following events occurred in July 1917.

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Junction City High School (Oregon)

Junction City High School is a public high school in Junction City, Oregon, United States.

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Just Out

Just Out was an LGBTQ publication in Portland, Oregon founded in 1983 by Jay Brown and Renee LaChance.

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Just Yell Fire

Just Yell Fire is a freely distributed 2006 film aimed at teaching young girls to defend themselves against attackers.

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Justin Kirk

Justin Kirk (born May 28, 1969) is an American actor, known for portraying Prior Walter in Mike Nichols's screen adaptation of Angels in America, for which he was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie.

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Justin Monahan

Justin Monahan (born September 1, 1989) is a professional American football wide receiver who is currently a free agent.

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Kaiser Sunnyside Medical Center

Kaiser Sunnyside Medical Center is a not-for-profit, general care hospital in the Sunnyside area of Clackamas County in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Kalani Sitake

Kelaokalani Fifita "Kalani" Sitake (born October 10, 1975) is an American football coach and former player.

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Kalapuya High School

Kalapuya High School is a public alternative high school in Eugene, Oregon, United States.

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Kaleb Canales

Victor Kaleb Canales (born July 7, 1978) is an American basketball assistant coach for the New York Knicks of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

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Kameron Chatman

Kameron Chatman (born June 1, 1996) is an American basketball player.

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Karen Minnis

Karen Minnis (born July 1954) is an Oregon Republican politician in United States.

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Karen Schmeer

Karen Schmeer (February 20, 1970 – January 29, 2010) was a film editor who frequently collaborated with filmmaker Errol Morris.

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Karen Thatcher

Karen Elizabeth Thatcher (born February 29, 1984) is an American ice hockey forward.

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Kari Chisholm

Kari Chisholm (born July 2, 1973) is a Democratic political consultant based in Portland, Oregon in the United States.

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Karl Marlantes

Karl Marlantes (born December 24, 1944) is an American author, businessman, and decorated U.S. Marine Corps veteran.

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Kate Brown

Katherine Brown (born June 21, 1960) is an American politician who is the 38th and current Governor of Oregon.

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Kate Nauta

Kate Lynn Nauta (born April 29, 1982) is an American fashion model, actress and singer.

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Katherine Ann Power

Katherine Ann Power (born January 25, 1949) is an American ex-convict and long-time fugitive, who along with her fellow student and accomplice Susan Edith Saxe, was placed on the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Most Wanted Fugitives list in 1970.

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Katherine Cole

Katherine Cole is an American wine writer and journalist based in Oregon.

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Katherine Russell Rich

Katherine Russell Rich (November 17, 1955 – April 3, 2012) was an American autobiographical writer from New York City.

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Kathryn Aalto

Kathryn Aalto is an American landscape designer, historian, educator and New York Times Bestselling author based in Exeter, England.

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Kathryn Day

Kathryn Day (née Bouleyn) is an American opera singer who has had an active international career spanning five decades.

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Kathryn Lasky

Kathryn Lasky (born June 24, 1944) is an American children's writer who also writes for adults under the names Kathryn Lasky Knight and E. L. Swann.

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Katie Eyre Brewer

Katie Eyre Brewer is an American politician and accountant in Oregon.

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Katie Harman

Katie Marie Harman Ebner (born August 18, 1980) is an American classical vocalist and actress who is best known as Miss America 2002 and former Miss Oregon 2001.

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Katie McGregor

Katie McGregor (born September 2, 1977 in Cleveland, Ohio) is an American runner who participates in track, cross country and the marathon.

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KBPS (AM)

KBPS (1450 AM) is a high school radio station in Portland in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Keaton Kristick

Keaton Kristick (born April 25, 1988) is a former American football linebacker.

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Keen (shoe company)

KEEN is an American footwear and accessories manufacturing company based in Portland, Oregon.

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Keep Portland Weird

"Keep Portland Weird" is a popular slogan that appears on bumper stickers, signs, and public buildings throughout Portland, Oregon and its surrounding metro area.

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Keith Hunter Jesperson

Keith Hunter Jesperson (born 6 April 1955) is a Canadian-American serial killer who murdered at least eight women in the United States during the early 1990s.

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Keller Auditorium

Keller Auditorium, formerly known as the Portland Municipal Auditorium, the Portland Public Auditorium, and the Portland Civic Auditorium, is a performing arts center located on Clay Street in downtown Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Keller Fountain Park

Keller Fountain Park is a city park in downtown Portland, Oregon.

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Kelly Blair LaBounty

Kelly Blair LaBounty (born November 24, 1970) is a retired American track and field Olympic athlete.

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Ken Jernstedt Airfield

Ken Jernsted Airfield, is a public airport located two miles (3.2 km) south of the city of Hood River in Hood River County, Oregon, USA.

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Kenji Bunch

Kenji Bunch (born July 27, 1973) is an American violist and composer.

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Kenneth Jernstedt

Kenneth Allen Jernstedt (July 20, 1917 – February 5, 2013) was an American Flying Tigers fighter pilot, a test pilot, a politician and a businessman.

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Kenneth L. Reusser

Kenneth L. Reusser (–) was a United States Marine Corps aviator who was considered the most decorated Marine Aviator, having flown 253 combat missions, earning 59 medals, including two Navy Crosses while flying in World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.

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Kenneth Woods

Kenneth Woods is an American conductor and cellist.

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Kenny Cooper

Kenneth Scott "Kenny" Cooper, Jr. (born October 21, 1984) is an American soccer player who is currently a free agent.

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Kent Henry

Kent Henry Plischke (April 5, 1948 – March 18, 2009), known as Kent Henry, was an American guitarist and songwriter best known for his contributions to Steppenwolf and Blues Image.

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Kent State Golden Flashes baseball

The Kent State Golden Flashes baseball team is a varsity intercollegiate athletic team of Kent State University in Kent, Ohio, United States.

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Kenton Library

The Kenton Library is a branch of the Multnomah County Library (MCL), in the Kenton neighborhood of Portland in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Ketzel Levine

Ketzel Levine is an American radio journalist who began her broadcast career in 1974.

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Kevin Duckworth

Kevin James Duckworth (April 1, 1964 – August 25, 2008) was an American professional basketball player at center in the National Basketball Association (NBA).

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Kevin Killian

Kevin Killian (born 1952)Bellamy, Dodie.

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Kevin Pogue

Kevin Pogue is a professor of geology at Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington, known for his expertise on terroir for winegrape production, a specialty in which he has been termed a "leading global expert".

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Kevin Pritchard

Kevin Lee Pritchard (born July 18, 1967) is an American basketball executive, and a former player and coach, who is currently the president of basketball operations for the Indiana Pacers.

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KEX (AM)

KEX (1190 kHz) is an AM, clear channel radio station licensed to Portland, Oregon.

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KEXP-FM

KEXP-FM (90.3 FM) is a public radio station based in Seattle, Washington, that specializes in alternative and indie rock programmed by its disc jockeys.

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KGW

KGW, virtual and VHF digital channel 8, is an NBC-affiliated television station licensed to Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Khalil Hamra

Khalil Hamra (born 1979, Kuwait) is an Arab photojournalist based on Rafah in the Gaza Strip.

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Kid with the Golden Arm

The Kid with the Golden Arm (original title: Jin Bei Tong/Gam Bei Tung (Cantonese)) is a 1979 Shaw Brothers kung fu film directed by Chang Cheh and produced by Mona Fong.

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Kiger Mustang

The Kiger Mustang is a strain of mustang horse located in the southeastern part of the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Killing of animals

The killing of animals is animal euthanasia (for pain relief), animal sacrifice (for a deity), animal slaughter (for food), hunting (for food, for sport, for fur and other animal products, etc.), blood sports, or roadkill (by accident).

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Kim Novak

Marilyn Pauline "Kim" Novak (born February 13, 1933) is a retired American film and television actress.

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Kim Rhodes

Kimberly Rhodes (born June 7, 1969) is an American actress, who portrayed the role of "Cindy Harrison" on two different soap operas, Another World (1992–96) and As the World Turns (2000–01), as well as Carey Martin in the Disney Channel sitcom The Suite Life of Zack & Cody (2005–08) and The Suite Life on Deck (2008–11), where she played the mother of twins Zack and Cody (Dylan and Cole Sprouse).

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Kim Thatcher

Kim Thatcher (born 1964) is an American politician.

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Kimberley Strassel

Kimberley A. Strassel (born July 24, 1972) is an American author, journalist, and member of the ''Wall Street Journal'' editorial board.

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King City, Oregon

King City is a city in Washington County, Oregon, United States.

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King Estate Winery

King Estate Winery is an organic winery located southwest of Eugene, Oregon, United States near the community of Lorane.

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King, Portland, Oregon

King is a neighborhood in the northeast section of Portland, Oregon, United States.

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KINK

KINK (101.9 MHz also known as kink.fm) is a commercial FM radio station in Portland, Oregon.

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Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang is a 2005 American neo-noir black comedy crime film written and directed by Shane Black, and starring Robert Downey Jr., Val Kilmer, Michelle Monaghan and Corbin Bernsen.

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Klamath (steamboat)

Klamath was the first and only vessel larger than a launch to operate on Lower Klamath Lake, which straddled the border between the U.S. states of Oregon and California. This vessel is chiefly known for having been hauled overland by rail from Lake Ewauna to Upper Klamath Lake. It was also one of only two licensed merchant vessels ever to operate on lower Klamath Lake. During 1905 to 1909, Klamath was an essential link in a transportation line to Klamath Falls which involved rail, stage coach, and steamer travel. The late arrival of railroads to the Klamath lakes region made riverine and lake transport more important to the area.

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Klamath County School District

The Klamath County School District is a public school district serving Klamath County, Oregon, United States.

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Klamath Falls City School District

Klamath Falls City School District is a public school district serving Klamath Falls, Oregon, United States.

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Klamath Union High School

Klamath Union High School is a public high school located in Klamath Falls, Oregon, United States.

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KLTH

KLTH (106.7 FM, "The Eagle") is a classic hits formatted radio station located in the Portland, Oregon, area and broadcasts at 106.7 FM.

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KMHD

KMHD (89.1 FM) is a listener-supported, non-profit FM broadcast radio station located in the Portland, Oregon area.

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Knappa High School

Knappa High School is a public high school near Knappa, Oregon, United States.

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Knife throwing

Knife throwing is an art, sport, combat skill, or variously an entertainment technique, involving an artist skilled in the art of throwing knives, the weapons thrown, and a target.

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Knight Cancer Institute

The OHSU Knight Cancer Institute (previously the OHSU Cancer Institute) is a research institute within Oregon Health & Science University.

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Knute Buehler

Knute Carl Buehler (born 1964) is an American politician.

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KOIN

KOIN, virtual channel 6 (UHF digital channel 40), is a CBS-affiliated television station licensed to Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Koolaids: The Art of War

Koolaids: The Art of War is a novel by Rabih Alameddine, an author and painter who lives in both San Francisco and Beirut.

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KOPB-TV

KOPB-TV is a public television station serving the Portland, Oregon television market.

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KPOJ

KPOJ (620 AM) is a radio station serving the Portland metropolitan area in the U.S. state of Oregon and neighboring Washington.

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KPTV

KPTV, virtual and VHF digital channel 12, is a Fox-affiliated television station licensed to Portland, Oregon, United States.

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KQAC

KQAC (89.9 FM, "All Classical Portland") is an American classical radio station licensed to serve the community of Portland, Oregon.

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Kristian Foden-Vencil

Kristian Foden-Vencil is an American radio journalist best known for his work as a reporter and producer for Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB).

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Kristine Kershul

Kristine K. Kershul is an American author, publisher, linguist and teacher.

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KUIK

KUIK (1360 AM) is a radio station licensed to Hillsboro, Oregon.

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Kurt Schrader

Walter Kurt Schrader (born October 19, 1951) is an American politician who has been the U.S. Representative for since 2009.

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Kvinneakt

Kvinneakt ("female nude" in Norwegian) is an abstract bronze sculpture located on the Transit Mall of downtown Portland, Oregon.

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KWVT-LD

KWVT-LD is a television station licensed to Salem, Oregon, serving the Portland, Oregon metro area.

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Kye Kye

Kye Kye (stylized KYE KYE) is an American indietronica band from Portland, Oregon that formed in 2010.

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L&L Hawaiian Barbecue

L&L Hawaiian Barbecue, or simply L&L and known as L&L Drive-Inn in Hawaii, is a Hawaiian-themed franchise restaurant chain based in Honolulu, Hawaii, centered on the Hawaiian plate lunch (Hawaiian: pā mea ai).

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L. B. Day

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L. H. Gregory

William Lair Hill Gregory (May 18, 1886 – August 15, 1975) was a 20th-century American sportswriter and sports editor for The Oregonian newspaper of Portland, Oregon for more than 50 years.

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L. L. "Stub" Stewart State Park

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La Grande High School

La Grande High School is a public high school in the western United States, located in La Grande, Oregon.

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La Pine Senior High School

La Pine Senior High School, called La Pine High School, is a public high school in La Pine, Oregon, United States.

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La Salle High School (Milwaukie, Oregon)

La Salle Catholic College Preparatory is a private co-ed Roman Catholic College Preparatory School in Milwaukie, Oregon, near Portland.

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LaCie

LaCie (pronounced Lah-See, for "The Company") is a French computer hardware company specializing in external hard drives, RAID arrays, optical drives, Flash Drives, and computer monitors.

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LaCrosse Footwear

LaCrosse Footwear, Inc. is an American company based in Portland, Oregon.

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Ladd Carriage House

The Ladd Carriage House is in downtown Portland, Oregon at Broadway and Columbia.

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Ladd Tower

Ladd Tower is a 23-story residential building in Portland, Oregon completed in early 2009.

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Lake County, Oregon

Lake County is a county in the south-central region of the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Lake Oswego High School

Lake Oswego High School (LOHS) is a public high school in Lake Oswego, Oregon, United States.

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Lake Oswego, Oregon

Lake Oswego is a city in the State of Oregon, primarily in Clackamas County with small portions extending into neighboring Multnomah and Washington counties.

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Lakeridge High School

Lakeridge High School is a four-year public secondary school in Lake Oswego, Oregon, a suburb south of Portland.

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Lakeview High School (Oregon)

Lakeview High School (LHS) is a public high school in Lakeview, Oregon, United States.

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LaMarcus Aldridge

LaMarcus Nurae Aldridge (born July 19, 1985) is an American professional basketball player for the San Antonio Spurs of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

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Lan Su Chinese Garden

Lan Su Chinese Garden, formerly the Portland Classical Chinese Garden and titled the Garden of Awakening Orchids, is a walled Chinese garden enclosing a full city block, roughly in the Chinatown area of the Old Town Chinatown neighborhood of Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Land use in Oregon

Land use in Oregon concerns the evolving set of laws affecting land ownership and its restrictions in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Larch Mountain (Multnomah County, Oregon)

Larch Mountain is an extinct volcano near Portland, Oregon.

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Larry Colton

Lawrence Robert Colton (born June 8, 1942), a one-time professional baseball player, is a writer and educator in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Larry George

Larry George (born c. 1968) is an American politician and businessman in Oregon.

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Lars Larson

Lars Kristopher Larson (born March 6, 1959)" Lars Kristopher Larson".

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Lattice Semiconductor

Lattice Semiconductor Corporation is an American manufacturer of high-performance programmable logic devices (FPGAs, CPLDs, & SPLDs).

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Laundry ball

A laundry ball or washing ball is a product that is promoted as a substitute for laundry detergent.

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Laura Allen

Laura Allen (born March 21, 1974) is an American actress.

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Laura Fritz

Laura Fritz, is a Portland, Oregon based installation artist who incorporates sculpture, light and video.

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Laurel, Oregon

Laurel is an unincorporated community in Washington County, Oregon, United States.

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Laurelhurst Park

Laurelhurst Park is a city park in the neighborhood of Laurelhurst in Portland, Oregon.

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Laurelhurst Theater

Laurelhurst Theater is a movie theater located in the Kerns neighborhood in northeast Portland, Oregon.

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Laurelwood Academy

Laurelwood Academy is a private secondary school affiliated with the Seventh-day Adventist Church near Jasper, Oregon, United States.

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Laurie Monnes Anderson

Laurie Monnes Anderson (born December 31, 1945) is an Oregon Democratic politician who currently serves in the Oregon Senate, representing District 25 in eastern Multnomah County, Oregon, including parts of the cities of Fairview, Gresham, Troutdale, and Wood Village.

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Laurie Wolf

Laurie Goldrich Wolf (born 1956) is an American food writer and entrepreneur.

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Lausanne Hall

Lausanne Hall is a college residence hall at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon, United States.

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Lava bear

The lava bear (also known as sand lapper, dwarf grizzly, and North American sun bear) is a variety of American black bear (Ursus americanus) found in the lava beds of south central Oregon.

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LaVoy Finicum

Robert LaVoy Finicum (January 27, 1961 – January 26, 2016) was an American spokesman for the Citizens for Constitutional Freedom, who seized and occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in the State of Oregon, United States, on January 2, 2016.

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Lawrence Halprin

Lawrence Halprin (July 1, 1916 – October 25, 2009) was an American landscape architect, designer and teacher.

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Lawrence T. Harris

Lawrence T. Harris (September 13, 1873 – January 21, 1960) was an American politician and lawyer in the state of Oregon.

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Lawson Fusao Inada

Lawson Fusao Inada (born 1938) is a Japanese American poet.

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Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Portland

The Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Portland, formerly the Western Culinary Institute (WCI), is a culinary school located in downtown Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Leach Botanical Garden

Leach Botanical Garden is a botanical garden located in outer southeast Portland, Oregon, near S.E. 122nd Avenue and Foster Road.

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Lead Pencil Studio

Lead Pencil Studio is the working name of the art and architecture collaborative founded in 1997 by Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo in order to cooperatively pursue installation art, site-specific art and functional architecture.

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LearningRx

LearningRx is a franchise based in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

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Leave No Trace (film)

Leave No Trace is a 2018 American drama film directed by Debra Granik and written by Granik and Anne Rosellini.

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Leavenworth Nutcracker Museum

Leavenworth Nutcracker Museum is a museum dedicated to nutcrackers, located in Leavenworth, Washington.

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Lebanon Community Schools

Lebanon Community Schools, also known as Lebanon Community School District 9, is a public school district serving Lebanon, Oregon, United States, and the surrounding area of Linn County, including the cities of Sodaville and Waterloo and the unincorporated communities of Berlin, Crowfoot, Fairview and Lacomb.

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Lebanon High School (Oregon)

Lebanon High School (LHS), formerly Lebanon Union High School, is a high school located in Lebanon, Oregon, United States.

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Lee Kelly

Lee Kelly (born 1932) is an American sculptor.

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Legacy Emanuel Medical Center

Legacy Emanuel Medical Center is a hospital located in Portland, Oregon, United States, founded in 1912.

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Legacy Holladay Park Medical Center

Legacy Holladay Park Medical Center is a hospital located in Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center

Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center, formerly Legacy Meridian Park Hospital, is an acute care hospital in Tualatin, Oregon, United States.

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LeGarrette Blount

LeGarrette Montez Blount (born December 5, 1986) is an American football running back for the Detroit Lions of the National Football League (NFL).

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LeRoy Ellis

LeRoy Ellis (March 10, 1940 – June 2, 2012) was an American basketball player.

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Les AuCoin

Walter Leslie "Les" AuCoin (born October 21, 1942), is an American politician and the first from the Democratic Party to be elected to the U.S. House of Representatives from, since it was formed in 1882.

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Les Schwab

Leslie Bishop "Les" Schwab (October 3, 1917 – May 18, 2007) was an American businessman from Oregon.

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Les Schwab Tire Centers

Les Schwab Tire Centers is a tire retail chain operating in the western United States.

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Leslie Leyland Fields

Leslie Leyland Fields is an American author and editor from Kodiak Island, Alaska.

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Leslie M. Scott

Leslie M. Scott (February 18, 1878 – December 18, 1968) was an American historian, newspaper publisher and Republican politician in Oregon.

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Leslie M. Scott House

The Leslie M. Scott House in southeast Portland in the U.S. state of Oregon is a 2.5-story dwelling listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Lester Conner

Lester Allen Conner (born September 17, 1959) is an American professional basketball coach and former professional basketball player, who played for numerous NBA teams.

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Let Wall Street Pay for the Restoration of Main Street Bill

The proposed bill Let Wall Street Pay for the Restoration of Main Street Bill is officially contained in the United States House of Representatives bill entitled H.R. 4191: Let Wall Street Pay for the Restoration of Main Street Act of 2009.

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Letters from Iwo Jima

is a 2006 Japanese-American war film directed and co-produced by Clint Eastwood, starring Ken Watanabe and Kazunari Ninomiya.

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Leupold & Stevens

Leupold & Stevens, Inc. is an American manufacturer of telescopic sights, red dot sights, spotting scopes, and binoculars located in Beaverton, Oregon, United States.

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Levi L. Rowland

Dr Levi Lindsey Rowland FRSE (September 17, 1831 – January 19, 1908) was an American educator and physician in the state of Oregon.

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Lewis A. McArthur

Lewis Ankeny McArthur (April 27, 1883 – November 8, 1951), known as "Tam" McArthur, was an executive for Pacific Power and Light Company.

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Lewis and Clark River Bridge

The Lewis and Clark River Bridge is a bascule bridge that spans the Lewis and Clark River on U.S. Route 101 Business (a section originally part of U.S. Route 101) in Clatsop County, Oregon.

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Liam Cary

Liam Cary (born August 21, 1947) is a bishop of the Catholic Church in the United States.

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Libertarian Party of Oregon

The Libertarian Party of Oregon is a political party representing the national Libertarian Party in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Liberty Bell (Portland, Oregon)

Liberty Bell refers to one of two replicas in Portland, Oregon, United States, of the original Liberty Bell in Philadelphia.

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Liberty High School (Oregon)

Liberty High School is located in Hillsboro, Oregon, United States, just west of Portland.

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Library Information Network of Clackamas County

Libraries in Clackamas County (LINCC) is a consortium of the public libraries of Clackamas County, Oregon.

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Liceo Mexicano Japonés

, is a Japanese school based in the Pedregal neighborhood of the Álvaro Obregón borough in southern Mexico City, Mexico.

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Lidia Yuknavitch

Lidia Yuknavitch (born June 18, 1963) is an American writer, teacher and editor based in Oregon.

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Lime, Oregon

Lime is an unincorporated community in Baker County, Oregon, United States, north of Huntington on U.S. Route 30/Interstate 84.

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Lina Leandersson

Lina Leandersson (born 27 September 1995) is an Iranian-Swedish actress.

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Lincoln Center (Oregon)

Lincoln Center is a multi-building office complex in Tigard, Oregon, United States.

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Lincoln City Career Technical High School

Lincoln City Career Technical High School is a charter high school in Lincoln City, Oregon, United States.

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Lincoln County Leader

The Lincoln County Leader was a weekly American newspaper published in Toledo, Oregon from 1893 to 1987.

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Lincoln County School District (Oregon)

The Lincoln County School District is a public school district in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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Lincoln Hall (Portland, Oregon)

Lincoln Hall is an historic building located in Portland, Oregon, built in 1912.

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Lincoln High School (Portland, Oregon)

Lincoln High School is a public high school located in the Goose Hollow neighborhood of Portland, Oregon, United States.

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Lincoln Street/Southwest 3rd Avenue station

Lincoln Street/Southwest 3rd Avenue is a light rail station on the MAX Orange Line, located at 229 Southwest Lincoln Street in Portland, Oregon.

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Lincoln Tower Heliport

Lincoln Tower Heliport is a private heliport located in Tigard in Washington County, Oregon, United States.

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Linda West Eckhardt

Linda West Eckhardt (born September 29, 1939) is an American culinary writer, author of 18 books, including The Only Texas Cookbook (1981), American Gumbo (1983), Bread In Half The Time (with Diana Butts, 1991), and Entertaining 101 (with Katherine West DeFoyd, 1997).

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Linfield College

Linfield College is an American private institution of higher learning located in McMinnville, Oregon.

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Linnton, Portland, Oregon

Linnton is a Portland, Oregon neighborhood located between Forest Park and the Willamette River along U.S. Route 30 (NW St. Helens Rd.), close to the agricultural community of Sauvie Island.

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Linus Torvalds

Linus Benedict Torvalds (born December 28, 1969) is a Finnish-American software engineer who is the creator, and historically, the principal developer of the Linux kernel, which became the kernel for operating systems such as the Linux operating systems, Android, and Chrome OS.

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Linwood Holton

Abner Linwood Holton Jr. (born September 21, 1923) is a Virginia political figure and attorney.

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Lipman's

Lipman's was a department store chain based in Portland, Oregon.

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Lisa Gardner

Lisa Gardner is an American author of fiction.

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Lisa Naito

Lisa H. Naito is an American politician from the state of Oregon.

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Lisa Rinna

Lisa Deanna Rinna (born July 11, 1963) is an American actress and television personality.

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Lisa Simpson

Lisa Marie Simpson is a fictional character in the animated television series The Simpsons.

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List of 2014 NFL draft early entrants

This list of 2014 NFL draft early entrants consists of college football players who forfeited remaining collegiate eligibility and were declared by the National Football League (NFL) as eligible to be selected in the 2014 NFL draft.

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List of accolades received by Inception

Inception is a 2010 science fiction thriller film directed and written by Christopher Nolan.

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List of Advance Publications subsidiaries

This is a list of subsidiaries of the American media company Advance Publications Inc.

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List of American federal politicians convicted of crimes

This list consists of American politicians convicted of crimes either committed or prosecuted while holding office in the federal government.

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List of animated feature films of 2014

A list of animated feature films that were released in 2014.

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List of artists and art institutions in Portland, Oregon

The following is a partial list of institutions and individuals who are notable and active in the art scene of Portland, Oregon.

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List of Barack Obama presidential campaign endorsements, 2008

This is a list of notable persons and groups who formally endorsed or voiced support for Senator Barack Obama's presidential campaign during the Democratic Party primaries and the general election.

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List of brand name breads

This is a list of brand name breads.

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