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  • Publishing sold both Jet and Ebony to private equity firm Clear View Group. The new publisher is known as Ebony Media Corporation. Ebony was founded by John H
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  • Johnson Publishing Company (category All articles with unsourced statements)
    historic Ebony/Jet photo archives, which JPC retained after the sale of its Ebony and Jet magazines, were sold in July 2019 for $30 million to a group of art
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  • Ebonics (a portmanteau of the words ebony and phonics) is a term that was originally intended to refer to the language of all people descended from enslaved
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  • African ebony is a common name for several plants and may refer to: Diospyros crassiflora, native to the rain-forests of western Africa, the source of a wood
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  • The Ebony Tower (1974) by John Fowles is a collection of five novellas and short stories with interlacing themes, each built around a medieval myth: The
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  • Black Knight (Dane Whitman) (category Articles with short description)
    was able to defeat him with relative ease. Whitman then officially joined the Avengers in recognition of his aid. Later, the Ebony Blade was used by the
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  • Black Order (comics) (category Groups pop)
    member of the Order targets a member of the Illuminati with varying degrees of success. During their search for the gems, Ebony Maw finds Thanos' son, Thane
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  • The Players Club (category Articles with short description)
    but Ebony rebels against being told what to do and ignores Diana's advice. After a heated confrontation with Ebony, Diana has a flashback to a time when
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  • Jet (magazine) (category Online magazines with defunct print editions)
    Jet and its sister publication Ebony to private equity firm Clear View Group. The publishing company is now known as Ebony Media Corporation. The first
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  • The murder of Ebony Jane Simpson occurred on 19 August 1992 in Bargo, New South Wales, Australia. Aged nine years, Simpson was abducted, raped, and murdered
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  • either of the following species may be referred to as dwarf ebony, with St Helena ebony used to refer to the other: Trochetiopsis ebenus Trochetiopsis
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  • Erika Alexander (category Articles with short description)
    "Erika Alexander on 'Get Out' and Whether or Not a 'Living Single' Reunion Is Really Happening". EBONY. Retrieved July 30, 2017. Means, Coleman R. R. African
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  • group currently consists of sisters Ebony Holland, Karima Kibble and Heather Martin. The group was formed in 1994 by Karima Trotter (Kibble), Ebony Trotter
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  • Sisson, SBS (1897–1982), and Wayne Sanders founded Opera Ebony in 1973. It has served as a professional platform for thousands of American artists, administrators
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  • either of the following species may be referred to as St Helena ebony, with dwarf ebony used to refer to the other: Trochetiopsis ebenus Trochetiopsis
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  • Ebony Tears was a Swedish death metal band that started out playing melodic death metal which was prevalent in the Swedish death metal scene at the time
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  • Ebony and Ivory was the name given to two elderly women in New Jersey, one white and one black, who played classical piano together. Both had suffered
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  • Gibson Les Paul Custom (category All articles with dead external links)
    requested a black guitar as he wanted it to "look like a tuxedo". Nicknamed the Black Beauty, the guitar had a mahogany body and neck, ebony fret board
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  • Ebony G. Patterson (born 1981, Kingston, Jamaica) is a Jamaican-born American visual artist and educator. She is known for her large and colorful tapestries
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  • who died in a car crash in 1990. She tells Ebony that she was unhappy with her for willingly abandoning her during her struggles with her drug addiction
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