She won the Pulitzer Prize for her 1964 novel “The Keepers of the House.”

As one of the country’s first full-time TV writers, he covered the emerging television scene of the 1950s.

He helped broker the Good Friday Agreement of 1998, which ended most of the violence of the Northern Irish conflict known as the Troubles.

He was in his 30s when fingers in his right hand suddenly stopped working, but remained a gifted performer while gaining renown as a conductor and teacher.

The once-crumbing city center is now jammed with art galleries and museums, churches, shady parks and alleyways reminiscent of Rome or Barcelona.

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The former ranch hand and blacksmith played gruff, plain-talking characters in films such as “Tender Mercies,” “The Natural” and “Cocoon.”

His film range included upbeat musicals, grim historical dramas and a gangster movie with child actors.

Among the first Black officers to supervise White soldiers, he battled ingrained attitudes about race.

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She helped bring the NBA and NHL to Washington with her husband, Abe Pollin, and started innovative counseling centers after losing two children to heart defects.

He was a longtime coach at Illinois and New Mexico State.

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He managed six major league teams and came within one out of leading the Red Sox to the 1986 title.

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His unpredictable rhyming style and staccato cadences elevated the hip-hop group’s first four albums.

After abandoning a short-lived presidential campaign, he became a strong voice for President Trump.

He brought direct elections and other democratic changes to the self-governed island despite missile launches and other saber-rattling by China, which claims the island.

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When she and six other activists swam at a Whites-only motel pool in Florida, the manager poured acid in the water. The episode helped galvanize support for the Civil Rights Act.

With Ted Turner’s backing, he launched CNN in 1980 and later co-founded the Food Network.

The former South Bend mayor and lieutenant governor was thrust into the state’s top office when his predecessor died of a stroke in 2003.

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He was also featured in Wes Craven’s “Nightmare on Elm Street” horror films.

He was considered one of rock’s greatest guitarists before succumbing to drugs and mental illness.

She fought punitive film-industry labor laws and had a decades-long feud with her actress sister, Joan Fontaine.

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