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  • 81Myer Lyon — (Leoni) in the role of Carlos in Sheridan s The Duenna. Myer Lyon (b. circa 1750, Germany; d. 1797, Kingston, Jamaica), better known by his stage name Michael Leoni, was a hazzan at the Great Synagogue of London who achieved fame a …

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  • 82Redwatch — was a neo Nazi British magazine which published photographs and personal information of alleged left wing and anti fascist activists. There is now a British website of the same name and with the same subject matter, which is far better known than …

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  • 83pel- — I. pel 1 Pale. Derivatives include pallor, falcon, and poliomyelitis. 1. Suffixed variant form *pal wo . a. (i) fallow deer, from Old English fealu …

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  • 84appal — /euh pawl /, v.t., appalled, appalling. appall. * * * …

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  • 85appalling — appallingly, adv. /euh paw ling/, adj. causing dismay or horror: an appalling accident; an appalling lack of manners. [1810 20; APPALL + ING2] * * * …

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  • 86dismay — dismayedness /dis mayd nis, may id /, n. dismayingly, adv. /dis may /, v.t. 1. to break down the courage of completely, as by sudden danger or trouble; dishearten thoroughly; daunt: The surprise attack dismayed the enemy. 2. to surprise in such a …

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  • 87horrify — horrification, n. horrifyingly, adv. /hawr euh fuy , hor /, v.t., horrified, horrifying. 1. to cause to feel horror; strike with horror: The accident horrified us all. 2. to distress greatly; shock or dismay: She was horrified by the price of the …

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  • 88pall — pall1 pall like, adj. /pawl/, n. 1. a cloth, often of velvet, for spreading over a coffin, bier, or tomb. 2. a coffin. 3. anything that covers, shrouds, or overspreads, esp. with darkness or gloom. 4. Eccles. a. pallium (def. 2b). b. a linen …

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  • 89Preserving the World's Historical and Cultural Legacy — ▪ 1995       The continuing destruction of the architectural, artistic, and historical patrimony of the multicultural society in Bosnia and Herzegovina continued to shock and appall the world in 1994. While some of the damage to historic sites,… …

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  • 90dismay — 1. noun /dɪsˈmeɪ/ A sudden or complete loss of courage in the face of trouble or danger 2. verb /dɪsˈmeɪ/ a) To disable with alarm or apprehensions; to depress the spir …

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  • 91List of View Askewniverse characters — This is a list of View Askewniverse characters. Contents 1 Clerks (1994) 1.1 Dante Hicks 1.2 Randal Graves 1.3 Veronica …

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  • 92David M. Kiely — (b. 10 July 1949, Dublin) is a writer of fiction and non fiction. Having worked in advertising in several countries, he returned to Ireland in 1991, to take up writing full time. His first book was published in 1994. He currently lives in… …

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  • 93United States Senate Select Committee on Improper Activities in Labor and Management — The United States Senate Select Committee on Improper Activities in Labor and Management (also known as the McClellan Committee) was a select committee created by the United States Senate on January 30, 1957,[1] and dissolved on March 31,… …

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  • 94Morgan M. Morgansen's Date with Destiny — Morgan M. Morgansen s Date with Destiny[1] is a short film starring Joseph Gordon Levitt and Lexy Hulme. The short was produced by Gordon Levitt s online production company hitrecord.org with contributions from artists all over the world. Gordon… …

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  • 95Peg o'my heart —    J. Hartley Manners, author of this sentimental, charming comedy, created a perennial vehicle for his wife, Laurette Taylor, who became one of the most beloved stage stars of the time in the title role. The bankrupt Chichesters are offered a… …

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  • 96discompose — I verb addle, afflict, aggravate, agitate, annoy, appall, astound, badger, bedazzle, bedevil, befuddle, bewilder, bring into disorder, browbeat, carp at, chafe, confound, confuse, convulse, cross, daze, dazzle, dement, demoralize, derange,… …

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  • 97disconcert — I verb abash, agitate, alarm, annoy, appall, astound, bedazzle, bedevil, cause discontent, chagrin, confound, confuse, discomfit, discomfort, discompose, discountenance, dismay, disquiet, disrupt, disturb, fluster, give cause for alarm,… …

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  • 98dismay — I noun affright, agitation, alarm, anxiety, apprehension, chagrin, consternation, discomfort, discomposure, discouragement, disheartenment, disquiet, doubt, dread, fret, inquietude, intimidation, misgiving, mistrust, perturbation, pique, qualm,… …

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  • 99harrow — I verb aggrieve, agitate, alarm, annoy, appall, assail, badger, bedevil, beset, besiege, bother, browbeat, bully, chafe, chagrin, cross, discompose, disconcert, dismay, displease, disquiet, disturb, excruciare, fret, give pain, harass, harm,… …

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  • 100repel — I (disgust) verb alienate, appall, be unpalatable, cause aversion, cause dislike, displease, excite dislike, fill with loathing, frighten, give offense, grate, horrify, incense, irritate, make one shudder, make one sick, make unwelcome, nauseate …

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