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  • 81Roman legion — For other uses, see legion The Roman Legion (from Latin legio military levy, conscription, from legere to choose ) is a term that can apply both as a transliteration of legio ( conscription or army ) to the entire Roman army and also, more… …

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  • 82Great Lent — Orthodox church in the Czech Republic vested in lenten colors. Liturgical year Western …

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  • 83Lord Voldemort — Voldemort redirects here. For the software project, see Voldemort (distributed data store). Lord Voldemort Harry Potter character …

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  • 84Kiss — A romantic kiss This article is about the physically affectionate act. For other uses, see Kiss (disambiguation). For the municipality in Germany, see K …

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  • 85Titanic (1997 film) — Titanic …

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  • 86The Gong Show — This article is about the show which aired in the 1970s and 1980s. For the current version of the show, see The Gong Show with Dave Attell .Infobox Television show name = The Gong Show caption = The Gong Show titlecard format = Game show num… …

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  • 87Nero Wolfe — This article is about Rex Stout s fictional detective. For other uses, see Nero Wolfe (disambiguation). Bitter End Carl Mueller illustrated Rex Stout s first Nero Wolfe novella for The American Magazine (November 1940) Nero Wolfe is a fictional… …

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  • 88Otis Redding — Background information Birth name Otis Ray Redding, Jr. Born September 9, 1941(1941 09 09 …

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  • 89Gene Wolfe — Infobox Writer name = Gene Wolfe imagesize = 184px caption = pseudonym = birthdate = Birth date and age|1931|5|7|mf=y birthplace = New York City deathdate = deathplace = occupation = Novelist, Short story writer nationality = United States period …

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  • 90St. Bartholomew's Day massacre — Painting by François Dubois, a Huguenot painter born circa 1529 in Amiens, who settled in Switzerland. Although Dubois did not witness the massacre, he depicts Admiral Coligny s body hanging out of a window at the rear to the right. To the left… …

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  • 91South Pacific (musical) — This article is about the 1949 Broadway musical. For the 1958 film, see South Pacific (film). For the 2001 film, see South Pacific (2001 film). South Pacific Original Cast Recording Music Richard Rodgers …

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  • 92Karl May — This article is about the German writer. For the Russian educator Karl May, see Karl May School. For the asteroid, see 15728 Karlmay. Karl Friedrich May Born 25 February 1842(1842 02 25) Ernstthal, later …

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  • 93Ultimate fate of the universe — The ultimate fate of the universe is a topic in physical cosmology. Many possible fates are predicted by rival scientific theories, including futures of both finite and infinite duration. Once the notion that the universe started with a Big Bang… …

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  • 94Battle of Chickamauga — Part of the American Civil War Battle of Chickamauga (lithograph by Kurz and Allison, 1890) …

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  • 95Lord of Light — This article is about the book by Roger Zelazny. For the song by Hawkwind, see Doremi Fasol Latido. For the song by Iron Maiden, see A Matter of Life and Death (album). Lord of Light   …

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  • 96The Joshua Tree — For other uses, see Joshua tree (disambiguation). The Joshua Tree …

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  • 97Battle of Halidon Hill — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Battle of Halidon Hill partof=the Second War of Scottish Independence caption= date=July 19 1333 place=Halidon Hill, near Berwick upon Tweed result=Decisive English victory combatant1= combatant2= commander1=Sir …

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  • 98In Nomine — is a title given to any of numerous short pieces of English polyphonic instrumental or vocal music during the 16th and 17th centuries.This genre originated in the early 16th century from a six voice mass composed before 1530 by John Taverner on… …

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  • 99John C. Wright — (John Charles Justin Wright, born 1961) is an American author of science fiction and fantasy novels. A Nebula award finalist (for the fantasy novel Orphans of Chaos ), he was called this fledgling century s most important new SF talent by… …

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  • 100Phocion — (in Greek Φωκίων, also called Phokion, c402 c318 BC, nicknamed The Good) was an Athenian statesman and a Strategos.Phocion was a successful politician of Athens. He believed that an extreme frugality was the condition for virtue and lived in… …

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