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  • 181Compositing — This article is about visual effects. For the process of combining several democratic motions, see compositing (democracy). For the technique of compositing typeset by hand, see typesetting. For compositing in graphic design and still photography …

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  • 182National Child Labor Committee — Addie Card, 12 years. Spinner in Cotton Mill. Vt. by Lewis Hine. The National Child Labor Committee, or NCLC, is a private, non profit organization in the United States that serves as a leading proponent for the national child labor reform… …

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  • 183Mopery — is a vague, informal, and usually humorous name for minor offenses. The word is based on the verb to mope, which originally meant “to wander aimlessly”; it only later acquired the overtones of “bored and depressed”. The word mope appears to have… …

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  • 184Multi Theft Auto — Developer(s) MTA Team Platform(s) Microsoft Windows …

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  • 185Parents Television Council — Founder(s) L. Brent Bozell III Type Advocacy group Founded 1995 …

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  • 186Matthew Brimson — Matthew Thomas Brimson (born December 1, 1970) is a former English cricketer who gained notoriety by exposing himself in a team photograph that was published in the 2000 Wisden Cricketers Almanack. Brimson was a Slow Left Arm Orthodox bowler who… …

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  • 187John J. Williams (senator) — Infobox Officeholder honorific prefix = name = John J. Williams honorific suffix = imagesize = small office = U.S. Senator from Delaware term start = January 3 1947 term end = December 31 1970 predecessor = James M. Tunnell successor = William V …

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  • 188Alliance Defense Fund — The Alliance Defense Fund (ADF) is a conservative Christian nonprofit organization with the stated goal of defending the right to hear and speak the Truth through strategy, training, funding, and litigation. [… …

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  • 189Science of photography — refers to the use of science, such as chemistry and physics, in all aspects of photography. This applies to the camera, its lenses, physical operation of the camera, electronic camera internals, and the process of developing film in order to take …

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  • 190Removal of cannabis from Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act — In the United States, all preparations of the Cannabis plant intended for use as a psychoactive drug or for medicinal purposes are currently classified under Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act, the most tightly restricted category… …

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  • 191Tornado myths — are common misconceptions and urban legends related to tornadoes. They often deal with tornado safety, the minimization of tornado damage, and false assumptions about the size, shape, power, and path of the tornado itself.afety MythsUsing highway …

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  • 192Awrah — or Awrat (Arabic: عورة‎) is a term used within Islam which denotes the intimate parts of the body, for both men and women, which must be covered with clothing. Exposing the awrah is unlawful in Islam and is regarded as sin. The exact definition… …

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  • 193Solarisation — Sabattier effect redirects here. For other uses of the terms Sabattier or Sabatier, see Sabatier (disambiguation). Solarisation is a phenomenon in photography in which the image recorded on a negative or on a photographic print is wholly or… …

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  • 194Sun printing — can be done through three processes, most commonly it is a photographic process in which the final print is produced by conventional lithographic printing processes. The process uses a film of gelatine spread on a flat and rigid surface. This is… …

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  • 195John Dominic Crossan — (b. Nenagh, Co. Tipperary, Ireland, 1934) is an Irish American religious scholar and former Catholic priest known for co founding the Jesus Seminar. Crossan is a major figure in the fields of biblical archaeology, anthropology and New …

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  • 196The Saint (film) — Infobox Film name=The Saint caption=The Saint promotional poster writer=Leslie Charteris (character) Jonathan Hensleigh Wesley Strick starring=Val Kilmer Elisabeth Shue Rade Šerbedžija director=Phillip Noyce producer=David Brown Robert Evans… …

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  • 197Ronald Kessler — Ronald Borek Kessler (born December 31, 1943) is an American journalist and author. He is chief Washington correspondent of the conservative news and commentary website Newsmax.com. Personal lifeKessler was born in New York City in 1943. He… …

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  • 198Online journalism — Journalism News · Writing style Ethics · Objectivity Values · …

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  • 199Anti-cult movement — The anti cult movement (abbreviated ACM and sometimes called the countercult movement) is a term used by academics and others to refer to groups and individuals who oppose cults and new religious movements. Sociologists David G. Bromley and Anson …

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  • 200Fred Moore (animator) — Robert Fred Moore (September 7, 1911 November 23, 1952), was an American artist and character animator for Walt Disney Productions. Often called Freddie , he was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Despite limited formal art training, he… …

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