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  • 47Leontyne Price — Mary Violet Leontyne Price (born February 10, 1927) is an American opera singer (soprano). She was best known for her Verdi roles, above all the title role of Aida. An African American born in the segregated South, she rose to international fame… …

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  • 48Les Négresses Vertes — Les Négresses Vertes, formed in 1987, is a French music group that is best described as a fusion of world music and some aspects of alternative rock. Their tracks often feature acoustic guitar and accordion, as well as some tracks containing many …

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  • 49Saint-Louis, Senegal — Saint Louis   Town   Colonial buildings lining the island of Saint Louis …

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  • 50Jew (word) — This article focuses on the etymology of the word Jew.Biblical and Middle Eastern origins: The Jews in their landThe Jewish ethnonym in Hebrew is he. יהודים Yehudim (plural of he. יהודי Yehudi ) which is the origin of the English word Jew . The… …

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  • 51The Savage Curtain — ST episode name = The Savage Curtain The Excalbians experiment on good and evil series = The Original Series ep num = 77 prod num = 077 remas. num = 76 date = March 7, 1969 writer = Gene Roddenberry Arthur Heinemann story by Gene Roddenberry… …

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  • 52Delphine LaLaurie — Born Marie Delphine Macarty c. 1775 Louisiana Died Unknown but thought to be D …

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  • 53Magdalena, Intibucá — Magdalena is a municipality in the Honduran department of Intibucá, 86 km are located to the south of the city of The Hope, Intibucá, and to 280 km to the west of Tegucigalpa. The municipality is constituted for, seven villages and… …

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  • 54Chris Clark (singer) — Chris Clark Clark in 2009 Background information Born February 1, 1946 (1946 02 01) (age 65) Santa Cr …

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  • 56Ruby McCollum — Ruby McCollum, an African American woman, was the wife of Sam McCollum, aka Bolita Sam, the wealthy gambling kingpin of bolita activities in North Central Florida. On Sunday morning, August 3, 1952, she shot and killed her white lover, prominent… …

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  • 57Squaw — is the phonetic spelling of an eastern Algonquian Indian morpheme, meaning woman, that appears in numerous Algonquian dialects variously spelled as squa, skwa, esqua, sqeh, skwe, que, kwa, ikwe, etc. As an English language loan word, used as a… …

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  • 58Reappropriation — is the cultural process by which a group reclaims re appropriates terms or artifacts that were previously used in a way disparaging of that group. For example, since the early 1970s, much terminology referring to homosexuality such as gay , queer …

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  • 59List of paintings by Paul Gauguin — This is a list of paintings by the French post impressionist artist Paul Gauguin.1870s* The Seine in Paris between the Pont d léna and the Pont de Grenelle (1875) * The Seine at the Pont d Iéna, Snowy Weather (1875) * The Seine Opposite the Quai… …

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  • 60Live and Let Die (novel) — infobox Book | name = Live and Let Die title orig = translator = | image caption = 1st edition Jonathan Cape hardback (UK) cover. author = Ian Fleming illustrator = cover artist = Devised by Ian Fleming, completed by Kenneth Lewis.| country =… …

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