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famous and admired; or worthy of admiration
  • By 1760, Benjamin Franklin, Philadelphia's most illustrious citizen, reckoned that Scots-Irish accounted for a third of the city population, with English and Germans each another third.
    three — Toward a Standard: Putting the "R" in "American" (4% in)

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