Basketball Association Career

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Miami - Culture - Sports
... Dolphins of the National Football League, the Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association, the Miami Marlins of Major League Baseball, and the ... AFL team the Sacramento Attack, which was renamed as the Miami Hooters (due to its association with the Florida-based Hooters restaurant chain), and it played from 1993 to 1995 ... In 1996, the association with the chain was completed, and the team moved to West Palm Beach and renamed as the Florida Bobcats ...
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... National Basketball Association portal List of National Basketball Association career scoring leaders List of National Basketball Association career assists leaders List of ...

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    “Never hug and kiss your children! Mother love may make your children’s infancy unhappy and prevent them from pursuing a career or getting married!” That’s total hogwash, of course. But it shows on extreme example of what state-of-the-art “scientific” parenting was supposed to be in early twentieth-century America. After all, that was the heyday of efficiency experts, time-and-motion studies, and the like.
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