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  • 101Dialectology — (from Greek διάλεκτος, dialektos, talk, dialect ; and λογία, logia) is the scientific study of linguistic dialect, a sub field of sociolinguistics. It studies variations in language based primarily on geographic distribution and their associated… …

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  • 102OMF International — Founder(s) Hudson Taylor Type Evangelical Missions Agency Founded 25 June 1865 Origins China Inland Mission (till 1964) …

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  • 103Albert E. Kahn — Albert Eugene Kahn (May 11, 1912 ndash; September 19, 1979) was an American journalist, and nephew of modernist industrial architect Albert Kahn. Albert Kahn, Inc. completed more than one thousand commissions for Ford Motor Company, and emerged… …

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  • 104Riccardo Zandonai — (28 May 1883 5 June 1944) was an Italian opera composer.BiographyZandonai was born in Sacco di Rovereto, then part of Austria Hungary.As a young man, he showed such aptness in his musical studies that he entered the Pesaro Conservatorio in 1899… …

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  • 105Number (music) — For other uses of number , see Numbers (disambiguation). A number in music is a self contained piece that is combined with other such pieces in a performance. In a concert of popular music, for example, the individual songs or pieces performed… …

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  • 106Edward Wagenknecht — Edward (Charles) Wagenknecht (March 28, 1900 mdash;May 24, 2004) was an American literary critic and teacher, who specialized in 19th century American literature. He wrote and edited a large number of books on literature and movies, and taught… …

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  • 107James D. Rogers — James D. Jim Rogers is the President and CEO of Kampgrounds of America (KOA). He currently lives in Billings, MT and Reno, NV. He has a wife, Sandy, and three sons: Ben, Judd, and Tyler ndash;all three are Eagle Scouts.Large Scout familyRogers… …

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  • 108General Federation of Women's Clubs — The General Federation of Women s Clubs (GFWC), founded in 1890, is an international women s organization dedicated to community improvement by enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service. GFWC is one of the world s largest and oldest …

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  • 109Text Creation Partnership — The Text Creation Partnership (TCP) is a not for profit organization based in the library of the University of Michigan since 2000. Its purpose is to produce large scale full text electronic resources (especially in the humanities) on behalf of… …

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  • 110DinoPark Tycoon — Developer(s) MECC, Manley Associates Inc. Publisher(s) MECC …

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  • 111William Patton — Rev. William Patton (23 August, 1798 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 9 September, 1879 in New Haven, Connecticut), was the son of patriot Robert Patton.and father of the abolitionist William Weston Patton. Career He graduated at Middlebury College… …

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  • 112Renegade Rocket — Infobox Television episode Title = Renegade Rocket Series = Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons Season = 1 Episode = 16 Airdate = January 19, 1968 Production = 7 Writer = Ralph Hart Director = Brian Burgess Episode list = List of Captain Scarlet… …

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  • 113Harry Plunket Greene — (b. Dublin 24 June 1865: d. London 19 August 1936) was an Irish baritone singer who was most famous in the formal concert and oratorio repertoire. He made a great contribution to British musical life also by writing and lecturing upon his art,… …

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  • 114Casualty@Holby City Christmas 2004 — Infobox Television episode Title =Casualty @ Holby City: Part One Series =Casualty Caption =Fuel tanker collides with an ambulance before crashing into the hospital s Emergency Department Season =19 Episode =17 Airdate =26 December 2004… …

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  • 115English literature — The term English literature refers to literature written in the English language, including literature composed in English by writers not necessarily from England; Joseph Conrad was Polish, Robert Burns was Scottish, James Joyce was Irish, Dylan… …

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  • 116Law Commission of India — Infobox Organization name = Law Commission of India image border = size = caption = motto = Reforming the Law For Maximising Justice in Society and Promoting Good Governance under the Rule of Law formation = First 1834; Current 2006 09 01 type =… …

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  • 117Juan Fernández (missionary) — Juan Fernández (b. at Cordova; d. 12 June, 1567, in Japan) was a Spanish Jesuit lay brother and missionary. He was the first European to a grammar and lexicon of the Japanese language. LifeIn a letter from Malacca, dated 20 June, 1549, Francis… …

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  • 118apt — aptly, adv. aptness, n. /apt/, adj. 1. inclined; disposed; given; prone: too apt to slander others. 2. likely: Am I apt to find him at home? 3. unusually intelligent; able to learn quickly and easily: an apt pupil. 4. suited to the purpose or… …

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  • 119Chungking — /choong king /; Chin. /joong ging /, n. Older Spelling. Chongqing. * * * ▪ China Introduction Chinese (Wade Giles)  Ch ung ch ing , (Pinyin)  Chongqing        largest city of the Szechwan sheng (provi …

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  • 120eloquence — /el euh kweuhns/, n. 1. the practice or art of using language with fluency and aptness. 2. eloquent language or discourse: a flow of eloquence. [1350 1400; ME < AF < L eloquentia. See ELOQUENT, ENCE] * * * …

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