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Canadian actress Pamela Anderson was born at 4:08 AM on July 1, 1967, making her the first baby born on the 100th anniversary of Canada’s independence from Britain and earning her the title “The Centennial Baby”.

 
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AMD FreeSync, FreeSync Premium, and FreeSync Premium Pro: What’s the Difference?


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What’s New in Ubuntu 21.10 ‘Impish Indri’


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How to Disable Email Reminder Nudges in Gmail


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How to Change Your Profile Picture on Instagram


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How to Clear Your Browsing History in Chrome for iPhone and iPad


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