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  1. › wiki › Art_CruzArt Cruz - Wikipedia

    In 2012, Cruz left Winds of Plague citing "creative differences". Cruz returned as their drummer in 2015, and would also perform on the album Blood of My Enemy in 2017. In 2021, he left Winds of Plague in order to focus on Lamb of God, which he joined in 2018. Prong. Following his departure from Winds of Plague, Cruz was asked to play for Prong.

  2. › wiki › PP - Wikipedia

    P, or p, is the sixteenth letter of the Latin alphabet, used in the modern English alphabet, the alphabets of other western European languages and others worldwide.

  3. Chronology. As of 18 January 2011, Mexico had captured or killed 20 of the 37 in the most-wanted list. The 21 June 2011 arrest of José de Jesús Méndez Vargas, a.k.a. "El Chango", brought the total to twenty-one captured or killed.

  4. (endorsed Jeb Bush, then Ted Cruz, then Evan McMullin) None 5,666 None Bobby Jindal: 55th governor of Louisiana (2008–2016) June 24, 2015 Withdrew: November 17, 2015 (endorsed Marco Rubio, then Donald Trump) None 222 None Scott Walker: 45th governor of Wisconsin (2011–2019) July 13, 2015 Withdrew: September 21, 2015

  5. See also References External links A Speaker Talk(s) Wajahat Ali The case for having kids (TED2019) Trevor Aaronson How this FBI strategy is actually creating US-based terrorists (TED2015) Chris Abani Telling stories from Africa (TEDGlobal 2007) On humanity (TED2008) Hawa Abdi Mother and daughter doctor-heroes (TEDWomen 2010) Marc Abrahams A science award that makes you laugh, then think ...

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    Ted Cruz (born 1970), U.S. Senator Sir Edward Heath (known as Ted Heath) (1916–2005), British Prime Minister 1970–1974 Ted Kennedy (1932–2009), U.S. Senator

  7. Ted Cruz asserted in 2018 that O'Rourke wanted "open borders and wants to take our guns." PolitiFact found that Cruz's claims were "false", noting that O'Rourke had "not called for opening the borders or for government agents to take guns from law-abiding residents".