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  • 161Flag of India — Indian flag redirects here. For flags used by Native American people, see the tribes respective articles, for example the Navajo Nation. Flag of India Tirangā Name India Use National …

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  • 162Dual-use technology — Dual use is a term often used in politics and diplomacy to refer to technology which can be used for both peaceful and military aims. It often refers to the proliferation of nuclear weapons, but that of bioweapons is a major issue as well. The… …

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  • 163Claude, Duchess of Brittany — Infobox French Royalty|majesty|consort name =Claude title =Queen consort of France Duchess of Brittany, Countess of Nantes, Montfort and Richmont, Viscountess of Limoges caption = succession =Duchess of Brittany predecessor =Anne successor… …

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  • 164Segregated cycle facilities — A bike lane on the side of a highway. Utrecht has specially painted …

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  • 165Israeli–Palestinian history denial — This article deals with the actual or alleged denial of statements posited as facts by either Israelis or Palestinians.Israeli denial of Palestinian history Nakba denial Nakba denial refers to denial of the claim of ethnic cleansing of hundreds… …

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  • 166Autobiography of a Yogi — infobox Book name = Autobiography of a Yogi orig title = translator = author = Paramahansa Yogananda cover artist = country = India language = English series = subject = Autobiography, Memoir genre = Non fiction publisher = Free Press release… …

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  • 167Disney Village — Location Disneyland Paris, Paris, France Theme Outdoor Entertainment Area Website …

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  • 168Sidney Rittenberg — (August 14, 1921; Chinese name: Lǐ Dūnbái 李敦白) is an American interpreter and scholar who lived in China from 1944 to 1979. He worked closely with PRC (People s Republic of China) founder Mao Zedong, military leader Zhu De, and key statesman Zhou …

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  • 169Frank Penhalluriack — Francis William Penhalluriack is most notable for opening his Glen Huntly, Victoria hardware store outside of legislated trading hours. Frank Penhalluriack s actions eventually led to a dramatic change in retail trading laws in Victoria,… …

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  • 170Olga Rudge — Olga Rudge, circa 1915. Olga Rudge (13 April 1895, Youngstown, Ohio – 15 March 1996) was an American born concert violinist, now mainly remembered as the long time mistress of the poet Ezra Pound, by whom she had a daughter, Mary. A gifted …

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  • 171Shmuel Gonen — Shmuel Gorodish Gonen (1930 – 30 September 1991) was an Israeli general and Chief of the Southern Command of the Israel Defense Forces during the Yom Kippur War.Early lifeBorn in Lithuania, Gonen immigrated to the British Mandate of Palestine… …

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  • 172Ute muster — A ute muster is an activity that embodies Australian ute culture in rural and regional areas. The event is a type of festival whose aim is to bring as many utes (short for utility vehicles ) as possible to one location. It typically includes… …

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  • 173Music of Baltimore — Music of the United States AK AL AR AS AZ CA CO CT DC DE FL GA GU HI IA ID IL IN KS KY LA MA …

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  • 174Summa Theologica — The Summa Theologica (or the Summa Theologiae or simply the Summa , written 1265 ndash;1274) is the most famous work of Thomas Aquinas (c. 1225 ndash;1274) although it was never finished. It was intended as a manual for beginners as a compilation …

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  • 175Randle McMurphy — Randle Patrick McMurphy or R.P. McMurphy is the main protagonist of Ken Kesey s novel, One Flew Over the Cuckoo s Nest . In the novelMcMurphy is an Irish American brawler found guilty of battery and gambling (he had also been charged with, but… …

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  • 176Michael Scott (The Office) — Michael Gary Scott The Office character Steve Carell as Michael Scott First appearance Pilot Last appearance …

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  • 177Sidney Cotton — Infobox Military Person name= Sidney Cotton lived= 17 June 1894 – Death date and age|1969|2|13|1894|6|17|df=yes placeofbirth= Goorganga, Queensland, Australia placeofdeath=London, England caption= Frederick Sidney Cotton c. 1941 nickname=… …

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  • 178Michael Geoghegan — CBE (born 4 October 1953) is an English businessman, who served as HSBC Group s chief executive from 26 March 2006 to 2010. He joined HSBC in 1973 and has previously led the group s South American and European operations. Contents 1 Biography 1.1 …

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  • 179Birmingham campaign — inspired international support for the demonstrators.cite journal url=http://digitaljournalist.org/issue0309/lm04.html title=Birmingham 1963 work=100 Photographs that Changed the World publisher= Life , reproduced in The Digital Journalist… …

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  • 180Bricker Amendment — wikisourceThe Bricker Amendment is the collective name of a series of proposed amendments to the United States Constitution considered by the United States Senate in the 1950s. These amendments would have placed restrictions on the scope and… …

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