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Manny Acta

"I think our pitching was great. Actually things kind of flip-flopped a little bit. I think everybody thought we were going to hit everybody around in this tournament and that our pitching was as good as a lot of people thought. Our pitching did a very good job, and we just fell short. It wasn't lack of pitching at all." Manny Acta
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Victor Hugo
Birth: 1802-02-26 Death: 1885-05-22

"Caution is the eldest child of wisdom"

A prolific writer of political poetry and prose, Victor Hugo is known for his two widely published novels, "Les Miserables" and "The Hunchback of Notre Dame". As an exile from France, Hugo had the vantage point of being able to write about the strife and struggles in France from afar. "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" caused a fervor in Paris when released, because of its portrayal of French society inflicting pain and punishment on the poor lead character. After he fled France, he spent most of his time on his political writings, including "The End of Satan and God". It was in England tha…



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