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If I had to take a "somewhat" educated guess... I would say you have a memory module acting up. The page fault registers that are dumping and the kernel trap looks that way.

You might want to either try an extended memory test using the AHT or the "Memtest OS X" program. Use the extended tests.

You could also remove one module at a time from your MBP and see how it behaves.
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