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The cache is at N 37° 45.ABC W 122° 25.DEF
Find the number that goes in the blank space for each of the lettered clues below.
A: She was an entertainer on stage and screen. She received honors for her work as part of the French Resistance during WWII. She was an activist for civil rights. She would not perform for segregated audiences. She integrated the Las Vegas nightclubs. She adopted twelve children from different countries whom she called her "Rainbow Tribe. She died in 197__.
B. She was born into a London literary family, and was educated at home by her father. She published her first book in 1915. She was a member of the Bloomsbury Group. She died in 194__.
C: She served on the board of directors of the Wiltwyck School for boys. She wrote a daily syndicated newspaper column called My Day. At age 14 she wrote, no matter how plain a woman may be if truth & loyalty are stamped upon her face all will be attracted to her. She died in 19__2.
D: Born in 194__, she worked as a flight attendant before attending law school in the 1970s. She has been both vice president and president of a major womens organization. She was a keynote speaker for the 30th anniversary march on Washington commemorating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
E: He is a singer. At age 11 he won a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music. He is Sean Lennons godfather. He was good friends with the late Princess Diana, and rewrote one of his songs as a tribute to her after her death. He was born in 194 __.
F: When he was a youth, Aristotle was his personal tutor. He had a horse named Bucephalus which he won in a bet. At 16 he was left in charge of Macedonia as its regent. The Oracle at Delphi told him that he was invincible. He fought a battle against the Indian leader Porus at the river Hydaspes. He died on June 1__, 323 BC.
The cache container is really, really tiny. It's a sign-only micro. It's a green translucent plastic square container, about 1" by 1" by 1/2". Please replace the natural cover material as thoroughly and securely in place as you hopefully found it.
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