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Pixellated Faces

Here are four photos of celebrities or politicians, greatly degraded by pixellation. Can you recognize any of them? Subject 1 Subject 2 If you're having a hard time recognizing them so far, you might try making the displayed images smaller. On a Mac, you can do that by pressing Command and - at the same time. Subject 3 Subject 4 Ready for the answers? Here are higher resolution photos, together with the pixellated versions.
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