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Some articles on facebook page, facebook:

Concord Mall (Delaware) - Breastfeeding Controversy
... The mall responded to this on their Facebook page by stating that breastfeeding constituted an "eyesore" and making other inappropriate comments which ... Shortly following the posting, the mall's Facebook administrator removed both the posting, and the Facebook page, with further questions about the Facebook page resulting in a denial of its ... A representative of the mall made the following statement There were anonymous postings on a Facebook page shortly after this event occurred allegedly generated by the Concord Mall ...
Muhammad Qasim Malik - Facebook Page
... Official Facebook Page
Burn Halo - History - Up From The Ashes (2010–present)
... In late 2010, the band confirmed on their official Facebook page that they are going into the studio to record a follow-up to their self-titled debut album, with a hopeful release before summer of 2011 ... On April 14, 2011, the band stated on Facebook that a music video for the first single "Tear It Down" would be released soon ... the upcoming album, on Revolver Magazine's website, as well as on their Facebook page ...
National Organization For Marriage - Criticism and Opposition - Resignation of Louis Marinelli
... the bus during that tour, and had moderated many of NOM's web properties (including its Facebook page, its Twitter account, and the Tour blog), resigned from his affiliation with the organization ... He also shut down the Facebook page he had built up for NOM, which had 290,000 followers ... The next day, NOM created a new official Facebook page (to replace Marinelli's), and released this statement "Louis Marinelli worked in a volunteer capacity as a bus ...

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