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  • 141 Pervez Musharraf — پرویز مشرّف 10th President of Pakistan In office 20 June 2001 – 18 August 2008 Prime Minister …

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  • 142 The Age of Reason — The Age of Reason: Being an Investigation of True and Fabulous Theology , a deistic treatise written by eighteenth century British radical and American revolutionary Thomas Paine, critiques institutionalized religion and challenges the inerrancy… …

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  • 143 Private Eye — For other uses, see Private eye (disambiguation). Private Eye Cover of Private Eye from July 2011 Type …

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  • 144 August Strindberg — Strindberg redirects here. For other uses, see Strindberg (disambiguation). August Strindberg Born Johan August Strindberg 22 January 1849(1849 01 22) Stockholm, Sweden Died …

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  • 145 National Secular Society — Part of Philosophy series on Humanism (humanist philosophies) Happy Human …

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  • 146 The Satanic Verses — Infobox Book name = The Satanic Verses title orig = translator = image caption = author = Salman Rushdie illustrator = cover artist = country = United Kingdom language = English series = genre = Magic Realism, Novel publisher = Viking Press… …

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  • 147 Evil daemon — The evil d [a] emon, sometimes referred to as the evil genius, is a concept in Cartesian philosophy. In his Meditations on First Philosophy , René Descartes hypothesises the existence of an evil demon, a personification who is as clever and… …

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  • 148 God Dethroned — Infobox musical artist Name = God Dethroned Img capt = Background = group or band Img size = (Only use for images smaller than 220 pixels) Origin = The Netherlands Genre = Death metal (early), Blackened death metal (mid era), Melodic death metal… …

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  • 149 Whitehouse v. Lemon — was a 1976 court case involving the blasphemy law in the United Kingdom. Facts James Kirkup s poem The Love that Dares to Speak its Name was published in the 3 June 1976 issue of Gay News. In early November 1976, Mary Whitehouse obtained a copy… …

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  • 150 James Kirkup — (born April 23, 1918) is a prolific English poet, translator and travel writer. He was brought up in South Shields, and educated at Durham University. He has written over 30 books, including autobiographies, novels and plays. He became a fellow… …

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  • 151 Conquest of Space — DVD cover Directed by Byron Haskin Produced by George Pal …

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  • 152 Blood atonement — This article is about the concept in Mormonism. For the blood atonement of Jesus, see Passion (Christianity). For blood atonement in the context of Israelite animal sacrifice, see Korban. Execution by firing squad of John D. Lee for his role in… …

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  • 153 Zaraza — Infobox musical artist Name = Zaraza Img capt = Img size = Landscape = yes Background = group or band Alias = Origin = Montreal, Canada Genre = Experimental music Industrial music Death/doom Grindcore (early) Years active = 1993–2006 Label =… …

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  • 154 Daniel Kawczynski — MP Kawczynski in May 2008 during a demonstration as the House of Commons debated the Embryology Bill. Member of Parliament for Shrewsbury and Atcham …

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  • 155 Douglas Preston — (born May 20, 1956 in Cambridge, Massachusetts) is an American author who has written seventeen popular techno thriller and horror novels, four alone and the rest with Lincoln Child. He also has authored several non fiction books, both alone and… …

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  • 156 Thomas Aikenhead — (c. 1678 8 January 1697) was a Scottish student from Edinburgh, who was prosecuted and executed on a charge of blasphemy.Aikenhead was indicted in December 1696. The indictment read: That ... the prisoner had repeatedly maintained, in… …

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  • 157 Robert Taylor (Radical) — Reverend Robert Taylor (1784 ndash; 1844), was an early 19th century Radical, a clergyman turned freethinker whose Infidel home missionary tour was a dramatic incident in Charles Darwin s education, subsequently leaving Charles Darwin with a… …

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  • 158 Criticism of Islam — For criticism of Islamic extremism, see Criticism of Islamism. For fear of or prejudice against Islam, rather than simple criticism, see Islamophobia …

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  • 159 George William Foote — (11 January, 1850 ndash; 17 October, 1915) was a secularist and journal editor.He was born in Plymouth, England and brought up in the Anglican tradition. He moved to London in 1868, where he became involved with the secularism, freethought and… …

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  • 160 Charles Chilton Moore — (December 20, 1837 February 7, 1906) was an American atheist, and the editor of the Blue Grass Blade, one of the United States first newspapers promoting atheism. C. C. Moore s grandfather was the 19th century religious reformer Barton W. Stone.… …

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