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  • 141Ghostwritten — infobox Book | name = Ghostwritten author = David Mitchell country = United Kingdom language = English genre = Novel publisher = Hodder and Stoughton release date = 19 August 1999 media type = Print (Hardback Paperback) isbn = ISBN 0340739746… …

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  • 142Hereditament — In law, a hereditament (from Lat. hereditare , to inherit, heres , heir) is any kind of property that can be inherited.Hereditaments are divided into corporeal and incorporeal. Corporeal hereditaments are such as affect the senses, and may be… …

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  • 143Prophet (Star Trek) — Prophets Wormhole aliens Benjamin Sisko (right) speaks with a Bajoran Prophet (left), posing as his mother Home world None, reside inside the Bajoran wormhole Base of operations …

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  • 144Mime artist — Mime redirects here. For Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions, see MIME. For other uses, see Mime (disambiguation). Mimes Mimes Jean and Bri …

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  • 145Are You Now or Have You Ever Been — Infobox Television episode Title = Are You Now or Have You Ever Been Series = Angel Caption = {Caption|} Season = 2 Episode = 2 Airdate = October 3, 2000 Production = 2ADH02 Writer = Tim Minear Director = David Semel Guests = Tommy Hinkley John… …

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  • 146The Crossing (Enterprise) — ST episode name = The Crossing A possessed Tucker series = Enterprise ep num = 44 prod num = date = April 2, 2003 writer =Rick Berman Brannon Braga director = David Livingston guest = Mark Correy Joseph Will Steven Allerick Alexander Chance… …

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  • 147The Spirits Book — ( Le Livre des Esprits in original French) is one of The Five Fundamental Works of Spiritism, and was published by the French educator Allan Kardec in 1857 April 18. It was the first and remains the most important spiritist book, because it… …

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  • 148Heliaia — or Heliaea(Greek: polytonic|Ήλιαία) (Doric: Halia) was the supreme court of ancient Athens. Τhe generally held scientific view is that the court drew its name from the ancient Greek verb polytonic|Ήλιάζεσθαι, which means polytonic|συναθροίζεσθαι …

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  • 149Rule of capture — The law of capture or rule of capture is common law from England, adopted by a number of jurisdictions in the United States, that determines ownership of captured natural resources including groundwater, oil, gas, and game animals. The general… …

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  • 150Weird (comics) — Superherobox caption = Cover to The Weird #4 Art by Bernie Wrightson character name = The Weird publisher = DC Comics debut = The Weird #1 creators = Jim Starlin Bernie Wrightson real name = species = Zarolatt homeworld = alliances = aliases =… …

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  • 151Speculum Astronomiae — Albertus Magnus, produced the Speculum astronomiae ( de refutatione librorum astronomiae , incipit Occasione quorundam librorum apud quos non est radix sciencie ) sometime after 1260 to defend astrology as a Christian form of knowledge (Zambelli …

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  • 152Christian anthropology — This article is about Christian anthropology. For other uses, see Anthropology (disambiguation). In the context of Christian theology, theological anthropology refers to the study of the human ( anthropology ) as it relates to God. It differs… …

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  • 153physical — physically, adv. physicalness, n. /fiz i keuhl/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to the body: physical exercise. 2. of or pertaining to that which is material: the physical universe; the physical sciences. 3. noting or pertaining to the properties of… …

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  • 154Individual, Individuality — • An individual being is defined by St. Thomas as quod est in se indivisum, ab aliis vero divisum (a being undivided in itself but separated from other beings) Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Individual, Individuality      …

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  • 155Man — • Includes sections on the nature of man, the origin of man, and the end of man Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Man     Man     † …

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  • 156Quantity — • Interpretations of quantity as either a physical or theoretical abstraction Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Quantity     Quantity      …

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  • 157Rosmini and Rosminianism — • Antonio Rosmini Serbati, philosopher, and founder of the Institute of Charity, born 24 March, 1797, at Rovereto, Austrian Tyrol; died 1 July, 1855, at Stresa, Italy Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Rosmini and Rosminianism      …

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  • 158Space — • The idea of space is one of the most important in the philosophy of the material world; for centuries it has preoccupied and puzzled philosophers and psychologists Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Space     Space …

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  • 159Universals — • Those ideas which, while excluding whatever constitutes the difference of things of the same genus or species, represent that which is necessary to their constitution, is essential, and is therefore common to all, remaining fixed in all… …

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  • 160Blessed John Duns Scotus —     Bl. John Duns Scotus     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Bl. John Duns Scotus     Surnamed DOCTOR SUBTILIS, died 8 November, 1308; he was the founder and leader of the famous Scotist School, which had its chief representatives among the Franciscans …

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