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A married couple met at Juanita College in Huntingdon, Pennslvania.
They are both left-handed,and they have set up a scholarship for needy left handed students attending Juanita.

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A married couple who met at Juniata College in Huntington, Pennsylvania., who are both left- handed, have set up a scholarship for left-handed students attending Juanita.

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    Not bad.

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    A married couple who are both left-handed and met at Juniata<~~?? College in Huntington, Pennsylvania, have set up a scholarship for left-handed students attending Juanita.

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    yes that's the name of the College and how the book has it.

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    Which spelling? You have it spelled two different ways here. :-/

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    writers who specialize in humor bankroll a student humor writer at the university of southern california in los angeles. a horse - racing association sponsors a student sportswriter. the student must attend vanderbilt university in nashville, tennessee

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