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December 27, 1989 | ELIZABETH VENANT
When Ronald Reagan became President of the United States, astrologer Sydney Omarr knew he was a marked man. Every U.S. Aquarian president had been elected during a conjunction of the planets Jupiter and Saturn--which happens only once every 20 years, said Omarr, and "not one left office alive."
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December 27, 1989 | ELIZABETH VENANT
When Ronald Reagan became President of the United States, astrologer Sydney Omarr knew he was a marked man. Every U.S. Aquarian president had been elected during a conjunction of the planets Jupiter and Saturn--which happens only once every 20 years, said Omarr, and "not one left office alive."
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November 6, 1987 | TIA GINDICK
James Frain, president of that bastion of Britishness, Alfred Dunhill of London Inc., summed up the situation with admirable exactness. The old Dunhill shop, just a few doors south of the Beverly Wilshire on Rodeo Drive, had been on the Wrong Side of Wilshire, where "it's like no man's land. Not many people get across the street (Wilshire Boulevard). If you're really serious, you have to be on the north end of Rodeo." Dunhill has never been known for a sense of humor.
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