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ASSOCIATED PRESS Sculptor Istvan Mate puts some finishing touches on his statue of former President Ronald Reagan, which will be unveiled in Budapest on Wednesday. The bronze statue will stand in the city's Freedom Square.

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RONALD REAGAN PRESIDENTIAL FOUNDATION Jewelry designer Ann Hand has created a limited edition brooch and cufflinks for the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation´s centennial celebration that carry the Reagan quote "You and I have a rendezvous with destiny."

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Illustration: Reagan and Coolidge

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**FILE** A Secret Service agent stands guard in Washington at the scene where President Reagan, Agent Timothy McCarthy and a Washington police officer were shot during an assassination attempt on March 30, 1981. (Associated Press)

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Former White House press secretary James Brady, who was left paralyzed in President Reagan's assassination attempt, visits lawmakers on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, the 30th anniversary of the shooting. (Associated Press)

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Sailors move food and water onto an HH-60H Sea Hawk on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan on Tuesday off the coastline of Japan in the western Pacific Ocean. (Associated Press via U.S. Navy)

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** FILE ** In this March 30, 1981, photo, an unidentified Secret Service agent, automatic weapon drawn, yells orders after shots were fired at President Ronald Reagan outside a Washington hotel. A newly released Secret Service audiotape from the attempted assassination of Reagan sheds lights on the chaotic aftermath when neither the president nor his agents realized he’d been shot. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)

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'TEAR DOWN THIS WALL': President Reagan gets a rousing response to his speech at the Brandenburg Gate in June 1987, two years before the divide between East and West Berlin was destroyed. (Associated Press)

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A spectator jumps up as President Reagan gives a thumbs up sign after his speech in front of the Brandenburg Gate in West Berlin, where he said "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall." (Associated Press)

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Former first lady Nancy Reagan is helped by Marine Lt. Gen. George J. Flynn after a wreath laying ceremony for her husband former U.S. President Ronald Reagan during the centennial birthday celebration at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, in Simi Valley, Calif, on Sunday Feb. 6,2011. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)

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Former first lady Nancy Reagan is helped by U.S. Marine Lt. Gen. George J. Flynn as she arrives for a wreath laying ceremony at the memorial of her husband, former U.S. President Ronald Reagan during the centennial birthday celebration at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, in Simi Valley, Calif, on Sunday Feb. 6, 2011. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)

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Former first lady Nancy Reagan is helped by U.S. Marine Lt. Gen. George J. Flynn as she arrives for a wreath laying ceremony at the memorial of her husband, former U.S. President Ronald Reagan during the centennial birthday celebration at at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, in Simi Valley, Calif, on Sunday Feb. 6, 2011. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)

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ASSOCIATED PRESS Former first lady Nancy Reagan is assisted by Marine Lt. Gen. George J. Flynn at a wreath-laying ceremony for former President Ronald Reagan during his centennial birthday celebration Sunday in Simi Valley, Calif.

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John Barletta, the head agent of former President Ronald Reagan's Secret Service detail, answers questions about his service. (Peter Parisi/The Washington Times)

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Shirley Temple starred with Ronald Reagan in "That Hagen Girl" in 1947. (Photo courtesy Turner Move Classics)

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President Reagan sensed winter in Washington as a sign that "spring is coming" with things "beginning again." (Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Foundation)

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Ronald Reagan, with wife Nancy and brother Neil, holds a gold key to his boyhood home in Dixon, Ill., on Feb. 6, 1984. The home, preserved by a nonprofit foundation, is the most likely candidate for purchase by the National Park Service. (Associated Press)

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President Reagan sensed winter in Washington as a sign that "spring is coming" with things "beginning again." (Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Foundation)

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Illustration: Ronald Reagan by Alexander Hunter for The Washington Times

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Ronald Reagan taping a commentary program for radio in 1976. AP