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  • 161 John Calvin —     John Calvin     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► John Calvin     This man, undoubtedly the greatest of Protestant (Protestantism) divines, and perhaps, after St. Augustine, the most perseveringly followed by his disciples of any Western writer on… …

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  • 162 Satprem — (30 October 1923 9 April 2007) was a French author and an important disciple of The Mother. Life and WorkSatprem was born Bernard Enginger in Paris and had a seafaring childhood and youth in Brittany. During World War II he was a member of the… …

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  • 163 Waitoreke — (Maori Otter, New Zealand Otter, Kaureke) Creature Grouping Cryptid Data Country New Zealand Region South Island …

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  • 164 polytheism — polytheist, n. polytheistic, polytheistical, adj. polytheistically, adv. /pol ee thee iz euhm, pol ee thee iz euhm/, n. the doctrine of or belief in more than one god or in many gods. [1605 15; POLY + THEISM; cf. F polythéisme] * * * Belief in… …

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  • 165 Models of migration to the Philippines — History of Philippines This article is part of a series Early History (pre 900) …

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  • 166 Old Swedish — Spoken in Sweden, Finland and Åland Era Evolved into Modern Swedish by the 16th century Language family Indo European Germanic …

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  • 167 Gary Kildall — Infobox Person name = Gary Kildall image size = 200px caption = birth date = birth date|1942|5|19|mf=y birth place = Seattle, Washington death date = death date and age|mf=yes|1994|7|11|1942|5|19 death place = Monterey, California occupation =… …

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  • 168 Amedeo Modigliani — Infobox Artist name = Amedeo Modigliani imagesize = 250px birthname = Amedeo Modigliani birthdate = July 12, 1884 location = Livorno, Tuscany deathdate = January 24, 1920 (aged 35) deathplace = Paris, France nationality = Italian field = Painting …

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  • 169 Gallic Wars — This article is about the military campaign. For Julius Caesar s writings, see Commentarii de Bello Gallico. Gallic War Vercingetorix Throws Down His Arms at the Feet of Ju …

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  • 170 Scandinavian folklore — Painting by John Bauer Scandinavian folklore is the folklore of Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, the Faroe Islands, and the Swedish speaking parts of Finland. Collecting folklore began when …

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  • 171 2005 in Ireland — Incumbents* President Mary McAleese * Taoiseach Bertie Ahern * Tánaiste Mary HarneyEventsJanuary*January 1 Cork officially becomes the European Capital of Culture for 2005. Ireland celebrated the Hamilton year of physics *January 1 Littlepace… …

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  • 172 History of cricket to 1725 — The history of cricket to 1725 traces the sport s development from its perceived origins to the stage where it had become a major sport in England and had been introduced to other countries.The earliest definite reference to cricket occurs in… …

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  • 173 John Chamberlain (letter writer) — John Chamberlain (1553 – 1628) was the author of a series of letters written in England from 1597 to 1626, notable for their historical value and their literary qualities. [Thomson, vii.] In the view of historian Wallace Notestein, Chamberlain s… …

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  • 174 Geschichte Kretas — Die Geschichte Kretas lässt sich in die vorgeschichtliche und die historische Zeit unterteilen. Die Minoische Kultur (ca. 3000 v. Chr.–ca. 1050 v. Chr.) wird teilweise zur vorgeschichtlichen, teils zur historischen Epoche… …

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  • 175 March to the Sea (novel) — March to the Sea   …

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  • 176 Midshipman Easy — For the 1915 film, see Midshipman Easy (1915 film). Midshipman Easy is a 1935 British adventure film directed by Carol Reed and starring Hughie Green, Margaret Lockwood and Harry Tate.[1] A young man runs away from home, joins the navy and goes… …

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  • 177 Bermuda — This article is about the British overseas territory. For other uses, see Bermuda (disambiguation). The Bermudas Somers Isles …

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  • 178 Blackbeard — Infobox Pirate name=Edward Teach lived=c. 1680 November 22, 1718 caption=Blackbeard (1734 engraving) nickname=Blackbeard type=Pirate placeofbirth=Bristol, England placeofdeath=Ocracoke, Province of Carolina allegiance=None serviceyears=1712 –… …

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  • 179 Diego Garcia — For other uses, see Diego Garcia (disambiguation). Diego Garcia IATA: NKW – ICAO: FJDG Summary …

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  • 180 Opium — For other uses, see Opium (disambiguation). Opium Opium poppy fruit exuding latex from a cut Botanical Opium Source plant(s) Papaver somnifer …

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