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  • 161 Proposition — This article is about the term in logic and philosophy. For other uses, see Proposition (disambiguation). In logic and philosophy, the term proposition refers to either (a) the content or meaning of a meaningful declarative sentence or (b) the… …

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  • 162 Stanley Forman Reed — For the Indian newspaper editor and British politician, see Stanley Reed. Infobox Judge name = Stanley Forman Reed imagesize = 200px caption = Stanley Forman Reed office = Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court termstart = January… …

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  • 163 Church of God of Prophecy — logo Classification Protestant Orientation Holiness Pentecostal Geographical areas Worldwide Founder A. J. Tomlinson Origin …

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  • 164 Kambojas in Indian literature — The Kamboja peoples are referenced in numerous Sanskrit and Pali literature including Sama Veda, Atharvaveda, Ramayana, Mahabharata, Puranas, Kautiliya s Arthashastra, Yasaka s Nirukata, Buddhist Jatakas, Jaina Canons, ancient grammar books and… …

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  • 165 Language and ethnicity of Kambojas — The Kambojas of Indian literature have been speculated to have been an Iranian people, perhaps cognate with the later Indo Scythians or Sakas.History of the hypothesisBased on Yaska s Nirukta and a gatha from Buddhist Bhuridatta Jataka , one… …

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  • 166 History of the Indo-Greek Kingdom — The History of the Indo Greek Kingdom covers a period from the 2nd century BCE to the beginning of the 1st century CE in northern and northwestern India. There were over 30 Indo Greek kings, often in competition on different territories. Many of… …

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  • 167 Rich Nathan — Infobox Person name= Rich Nathan image size =150px caption= Rich Nathan birth date= birth place= New York death date= death place= occupation= pastor and author spouse=Rich Nathan (born December 1955) has been the senior Pastor of the Vineyard… …

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  • 168 Death in Singapore — Graves at the Kranji War Cemetery – photographed 13 November 2005 Deaths in Singapore offset the population increase from live births. In 2007, 17,140 people in Singapore died from various causes. The death rate was 4.5 deaths per 1,000 of the… …

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  • 169 A Date With The Health Inspector — Infobox Boondocks Episode Title = A Date With The Health Inspector Caption = Gin Rummy (left) and Riley Airdate = December 5, 2005 Season no. = 1 Episode no. = 5 Production no. = 106 Writer = Rodney Barnes Aaron McGruder Director = Joe Horne… …

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  • 170 Annulment (Catholic Church) — In the Roman Catholic Church an annulment is the procedure, governed by the Church s Canon Law and the Catechism, whereby an ecclesial tribunal determines the sacrament of marriage was invalidly entered into. An annulment determines the Catholic… …

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  • 171 Indo-Greeks (sources) — The sources used to reconstruct the history of the Indo Greeks are few and disparate, leading to much uncertainty about the precise state of the Indo Greek kingdom and its chronology. Sources related to the Indo Greeks can be classified into… …

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  • 172 Katy Perry — Katy Hudson redirects here. For the actress, see Kate Hudson. For the Australian fashion designer, see Katie Perry …

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  • 173 Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities —   states parties …

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  • 174 Model United Nations (MUN) Resolution — is a simulated report of the real United Nations resolutions. These resolutions are written by the participants of Model United Nations conferences, who are usually high school or college students. Resolutions are vital to all MUN conferences… …

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  • 175 ARISTOTLE° — (fourth century B.C.E.), Greek philosopher and founder of the peripatetic school. Aristotle achieved a unique rank in the estimation of Muslim and Jewish medieval philosophers, who often refer to him simply as the philosopher. Maimonides stated… …

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  • 176 National Front (France) — This article is about the French political party. For the WWII French resistance movement, see Front National (French Resistance). National Front Front national …

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  • 177 Khalsa Panth — (meaning: a group of baptized Sikhs) ( pa. ਖਾਲਸਾ ਪੰਥ, IAST|khālsā panth ) is the theocracy that manages the affairs of the Khalsa. (Khalsa meaning: a baptized Sikh). It refers to the entire group of people who have taken the way of the Khalsa,… …

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  • 178 Emory and Henry College — Emory Henry College File:Emory and Henry college.jpeg Motto Macte Virtute (Increase in Excellence) Established 1836 Type Private, Liberal arts college Religious affiliation United Methodist …

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  • 179 Occidental Petroleum — Corporation Type Public (NYSE: OXY) Industry Oil and gas …

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  • 180 Bleiburg massacre — The Bleiburg massacre [ [http://www.ess.uwe.ac.uk/genocide/yugoslav hist1.htm Yalta and the Bleiburg Tragedy ] ] is a term encompassing events that took place during May 1945, three and a half months before the formal end of World War II in… …

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