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Mark Medoff, whose acclaimed play “Children of a Lesser God,” featuring a deaf central character, won the Tony Award for best play in 1980 and was turned into a 1986 movie that won an Oscar for its female lead, Marlee Matlin, died Tuesday in Las Cruces, New Mexico. He was 79.

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Dr. David A. Hamburg, a behavioral scientist with a broad public profile who got to test his theories on conflict resolution with Soviet leaders during the Cold War and in negotiations with African guerrillas holding his students hostage, died Sunday in Washington. He was 93.

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