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  • 121BLOW — Benevolent Loyal Order Of Witsters (Community) 1) To spend money; 2) To get killed by gunshot; 3) Cocaine, because it is blown (blow) or snorted in the nostrils. 1) I blowed all my money on that car; 2) Marvin got blown away in the war; 3) Let s… …

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  • 122BDFL — Benevolent Dictator for Life (BDFL) es un título informal que se otorga a ciertos individuos de la comunidad de desarrolladores de código abierto que tienen la tarea de asignar las directrices generales y, en ciertas situaciones, las decisiones… …

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  • 123BPOE — Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Wohltätigkeits und Schutzbestimmung zu Elchen, nach der nach unbestätigten Gerüchten die Mercedes A Klasse nach Durchfall im Elchtest ausgestattet wurde ; ) …

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  • 124BPOE — Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Wohltätigkeits und Schutzbestimmung zu Elchen, nach der nach unbestätigten Gerüchten die Mercedes A Klasse nach Durchfall im Elchtest ausgestattet wurde ; ) …

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  • 125Lahmu —    Benevolent Assyrian god who protects against evil DEMONs. Lahmu means “hairy,” a description of the god’s long hair and beard. Statues of Lahmu were placed in house and building foundations to ward off evil …

    Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology

  • 126fairy godmother — benevolent enchantress (in fairy tales); generous friend or benefactor …

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  • 127bdfl — Benevolent Dictator For Life …

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  • 128philanthropic — Benevolent. Anno: 115 ALR 1133. Pertaining to philanthropy. Charitable. Rotch v Emerson, 105 Mass 431, 434 …

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  • 129benevolence — benevolent ► ADJECTIVE 1) well meaning and kindly. 2) (of an organization) charitable rather than profit making. DERIVATIVES benevolence noun benevolently adverb. ORIGIN Old French benivolent, from Latin bene well + velle to wish …

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  • 130benevolently — benevolent ► ADJECTIVE 1) well meaning and kindly. 2) (of an organization) charitable rather than profit making. DERIVATIVES benevolence noun benevolently adverb. ORIGIN Old French benivolent, from Latin bene well + velle to wish …

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  • 131B.P.O.E. — Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. See under elk (def. 4) …

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  • 132Thomas Playford IV — Infobox President | name =Sir Tom Playford nationality =Australian order =33rd Premier of South Australia Elections: 1941–1965 term start =5 November 1938 term end =10 March 1965 deputy = predecessor =Richard Layton Butler successor =Frank Walsh… …

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  • 133List of Chinese American associations — Some of these Chinese Associations may also exist outside of the USA. A* American Legion L.T. Kimlau Post 1291 紐約華裔美國退伍軍人會B* Bing Kong Tong 秉公堂 * Bow On Association 保安堂C* Camau Association of America 美國金甌會館 * Cambodia Ethnic Chinese Association * …

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  • 134Atheist's Wager — The Atheist s Wager is an atheistic response to Pascal s Wager. While Pascal suggested that it is better to take the chance of believing in a god that might not exist rather than to risk losing infinite happiness by disbelieving in a god that… …

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  • 135angel and demon — ▪ religion Introduction demon also spelled  daemon   respectively, any benevolent or malevolent spiritual being that mediates between the transcendent and temporal realms.       Throughout the history of religions (myth), varying kinds and… …

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  • 136Enlightened absolutism — (also known as benevolent despotism or enlightened despotism) is a form of absolute monarchy or despotism in which rulers were influenced by the Enlightenment. Enlightened monarchs embraced the principles of the Enlightenment, especially its… …

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  • 137List of organisations with a British royal charter — is an incomplete list of organisations based both on in and over the United Kingdom and throughout the world, in chronological order, that have received a royal charter from an English, Scottish, or British monarch.: See also List organisations… …

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  • 138NEW YORK CITY — NEW YORK CITY, foremost city of the Western Hemisphere and largest urban Jewish community in history; pop. 7,771,730 (1970), est. Jewish pop. 1,836,000 (1968); metropolitan area 11,448,480 (1970), metropolitan area Jewish (1968), 2,381,000… …

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  • 139Chinatown — This article is about the type of ethnic enclave generally. For other uses, see Chinatown (disambiguation). Chinatown, San Francisco, the oldest and one of the largest Chinatowns in North America …

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  • 140Bleak Expectations — is a 6 part 2007 Radio 4 comedy series, first broadcast at 11.30am on Wednesdays from 15 August 2007, with the first series repeated on Radio 4 from 9 January 2008. It is a pastiche of the works of Charles Dickens, like Bleak House and Great… …

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