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  • 42Martin Sullivan (priest) — Anglicanism portal Martin Gloster Sullivan, KCVO (30 March 1910 5 September 1980) was an Anglican Dean in the third quarter of the 20th century. Born in Auckland and [1] was educat …

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  • 43Nebraska Innovation Campus — The Nebraska Innovation Campus is a public/private research campus being developed by the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. It is located in Lincoln, Nebraska on the 249 acre (1.01 km2) site of the old Nebraska State Fair grounds.[1] Its… …

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  • 44Bund Deutscher Frauenvereine — Pour les articles homonymes, voir BDF. Bund Deutscher Frauenvereine Contexte général …

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  • 45Condition des femmes sous la République de Weimar — La condition féminine sous la République de Weimar concerne la place de la femme allemande dans la société, entre 1919 et 1933. Sommaire 1 Les femmes à la sortie de la Première Guerre mondiale 2 L’égalité politique avec les hommes …

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  • 46James — James, Henry James, Henry James, William * * * (as used in expressions) Agee, James Anderson, (James) Maxwell Audubon, John James Baldwin, James (Arthur) Balfour (de Whittingehame), Arthur James, 1 conde Ballard, J(ames) G(raham) Barrie, Sir… …

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  • 47Wilkes — Wilkes, Charles * * * (as used in expressions) Booth, John Wilkes Wilkes, John Wilkes, Maurice V(incent) …

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  • 48Alfred — (as used in expressions) Adler, Alfred Ayer, Sir A(lfred) J(ules) Binet, Alfred Birney, (Alfred) Earle Blalock, Alfred Brauchitsch, (Heinrich Alfred) Walther von Alfred Bryant Renton Leonard Alfred Schneider Alfred Gerald Caplin Cerf, Bennett… …

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  • 49John — (as used in expressions) Abbot, Sir John (Joseph Caldwell) Acton (de Aldenham), John Emerich Edward Dahlberg Acton, 1 barón Adams, John Adams, John (Coolidge) Adams, John Quincy Alden, John Altgeld, John Peter André, John Arden, John Ashbery,… …

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  • 50Maurice — (as used in expressions) Barrès, (Auguste) Maurice Baudot, (Jean Maurice) Émile Béjart, Maurice Maurice Jean Berger Chevalier, Maurice Dirac, P(aul) A(drien) M(aurice) Edelman, Gerald Maurice Evans, Maurice (Herbert) Ewing, (William) Maurice… …

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  • 51Terence — (as used in expressions) McQueen, (Terence) Steve(n) Powderly, Terence V(incent) Rattigan, Sir Terence (Mervyn) White, T(erence) H(anbury) …

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  • 52incentivize — in‧cen‧tiv‧ize [ɪnˈsentɪvaɪz] also incentivise verb [transitive] HUMAN RESOURCES to give someone an incentive to do something, especially to buy something: • We will reward and incentivise customers with these new programs. * * * incentivize UK… …

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  • 53buzzword bingo — (BUZ.wurd bing.go) n. A word game played during corporate meetings. Players are issued bingo like cards with lists of buzzwords such as paradigm and proactive. Players check off these words as they come up in the meeting, and the first to fill in …

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  • 54Innocent — This interesting and long established surname belongs to that sizeable group of early European surnames that were gradually created from the habitual use of nicknames. These nicknames were originally given with reference to a variety of personal… …

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  • 55disincent — The third member of the incent incentivize disincent [lower on the page] axis of evil …

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  • 56incentivize — v. tr The second member of the incent incentivize disincent axis of evil …

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  • 57incentive — n. & adj. n. 1 (often foll. by to) a motive or incitement, esp. to action. 2 a payment or concession to stimulate greater output by workers. adj. serving to motivate or incite. Etymology: ME f. L incentivus setting the tune f. incinere incent… …

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