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  • 141Manifold Trilogy — The Manifold Trilogy is a series of science fiction books by Stephen Baxter. It consists of three novels and an anthology of short stories relating to the three. The three books in the trilogy are not ordered chronologically; instead, they are… …

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  • 142The Women's March on Versailles — An illustration of the Women s March on Versailles, 5 October 1789 The Women s March on Versailles, also known as The October March, The October Days, or simply The March on Versailles, was one of the earliest and most significant events of the… …

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  • 143Kuji-in — Ku ji simply means “nine syllables”, and refers to a variety of mantras that consist of nine syllables. The syllables used in kuji are numerous, especially within the realm of mikkyo (Japanese esoteric Buddhism)[citation needed]. The kuji most… …

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  • 144Symphony in D minor (Franck) — The Symphony in D minor is the most famous orchestral work and the only symphony written by the 19th century Belgian composer César Franck. After two years of work, the symphony was completed 22 August 1888. It was premiered at the Paris… …

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  • 145Brighton Sheffield — Infobox character | name = Brighton Sheffield first = Pilot last = The Finalé cause = alias = Schmooey (name given by Fran s grandmother, Yetta Rosenberg) age = 18 (last appearance) occupation = Student family = Maxwell Sheffield (father) Sara… …

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  • 146Alice Playten — Infobox actor name = Alice Playten imagesize = 150px caption = birthname = Alice Plotkin birthdate = birth date and age|1947|8|28|mf=y birthplace = New York City, New York, United States deathdate = deathplace = spouse = domesticpartner = website …

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  • 147Crouching Venus — The Lely Venus once belonged to the painter Sir Peter Lely (Royal Collection, on loan to the British Museum This article discusses the type itself: see links within it for specific instances of the type. The Crouching Venus is a Hellenistic model …

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  • 148The Hunters (novel) — infobox Book name = The Hunters image caption = author = James Salter cover artist = country = United States language = English series = genre = War novel publisher = Harper Brothers release date = 1956 media type = Print (Hardback Paperback)… …

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  • 149Ravenchild — Infobox Album Name = Maddy Prior Type = studio Longtype = Artist = Maddy Prior Released = 1999 Recorded = 1999 Genre = Folk Length = 52:08 Label = Producer = Reviews = *Allmusic Rating|3|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg… …

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  • 150Hodie — ( This Day ) is a cantata by Ralph Vaughan Williams. Composed between 1953 and 1954, it is the composer s last major choral orchestral composition, and was premiered under his baton at Worcester Cathedral, as part of the Three Choirs Festival, on …

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  • 151Black holes in fiction — Background science= The concept of a body so massive that even light could not escape goes back to the late 18th century. With the development of General Relativity, it was realized that such bodies would have other odd properties. The idea was… …

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  • 152History of Chester — The history of Chester extends back nearly two millennia, covering all periods of British history in between then and the present day. The city of Chester was founded as a fort, known as Deva , by the Romans in AD 79. The city was the scene of… …

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  • 153Tupelo Honey (Van Morrison song) — Infobox Single Name = Tupelo Honey Artist = Van Morrison from Album = Tupelo Honey A side = Tupelo Honey B side = Starting a New Life Released = 1972 Format = 7 , 45rpm Recorded = Genre = Folk rock Length = 6:54 Label = Warner Bros. Records… …

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  • 154Fulgrim — Infobox Book | name = Fulgrim author = Graham McNeill country = United Kingdom language = English series = The Horus Heresy genre = Science fiction novel publisher = Black Library release date = 2 July 2007 media type = Print (Paperback) pages =… …

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  • 155Missa Brevis (Britten) — Interior of Westminster Cathedral where the Missa Brevis in D was first performed. The Missa Brevis in D, Op. 63 is a setting of the Mass composed by Benjamin Britten on Trinity Sunday, 1959.[1 …

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  • 156Seediq Bale — Infobox Album Name = Seediq Bale Type = studio Longtype = Artist = ChthoniC Cover size = Caption = Seediq Bale Album Cover (English version) Released = October, 2005 (TW) November, 2006 (US) February, 2007 (EU, JP) Recorded = Borsing Recording… …

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  • 157Siege of Tripolitsa — Part of the Greek War of Independence …

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  • 158Accentor class minesweeper — The Accentor class minesweeper, sometimes called the Accentor/Acme class minesweeper, provided the U.S. Navy during World War II with a small minesweeper capable of working at its task of sweeping mines in harbors and bays. Most were built during …

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  • 159Xeelee Sequence species — This article details the various alien races and human offshots present in Stephen Baxter s Xeelee Sequence of future history.upergalactic civilizationsXeeleeThe Xeelee are a hyper advanced civilization which has existed for billions of years.… …

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  • 160Edward Lloyd (tenor) — Edward Lloyd (b. London 1845 d. Worthing 1927) was a British tenor singer who excelled in concert and oratorio performance, and was recognised as the legitimate successor of John Sims Reeves, as the foremost tenor exponent of that genre during… …

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