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  • 101Svevo, Italo — orig. Ettore Schmitz born Dec. 19, 1861, Trieste, Austrian Empire died Sept. 13, 1928, Motta di Livenza, Italy Italian writer. Though family financial difficulties forced him to leave school and become a bank clerk, he read on his own and began… …

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  • 102Japanese literature — Introduction       the body of written works produced by Japanese authors in Japanese or, in its earliest beginnings, at a time when Japan had no written language, in the Chinese classical language.       Both in quantity and quality, Japanese… …

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  • 103Woodrow Wilson: War Message — ▪ Primary Source       Germany s resumption of unrestricted submarine warfare on February 1, 1917, led the United States to break diplomatic relations on February 3. President Wilson continued to hope for peace, but events seemed to make American …

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  • 104English Literature — • Latin, French, Italian, Greek, and Spanish literatures are a few of the influences Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. English Literature     English Literature      …

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  • 105Martin von Dunin —     Martin von Dunin     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Martin von Dunin     Archbishop of Gnesen and Posen, born 11 Nov., 1774, in the village of Wat near the city of Rawa, Poland; died 26 Dec., 1842. in the city of Posen. He studied theology in the… …

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  • 106incompetent — in·com·pe·tent 1 /in käm pə tənt/ adj 1: not legally qualified: as a: lacking legal capacity (as because of age or mental deficiency) b: incapable due to mental or physical condition compare competent c …

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  • 107void — 1 / vȯid/ adj 1: of no force or effect under law a void marriage 2: voidable void·ness n void 2 vt: to make or declar …

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  • 108pantywaist — 1. adjective Weak, timid, effeminate, ineffectual. His rough, burly father was mortified by the lads pantywaist behavior. 2. noun a) A childrens undergarment composed, in part, of panties attached to a …

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  • 109beat — 1. To strike; to throb or pulsate. 2. A stroke, impulse, or pulsation, as of the heart or pulse. 3. Activity of a cardiac chamber produced by catching a stimulus generated elsewhere in the …

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  • 110Bombing of Darwin — For 2 May 1943 air raid on Darwin, see Raid on Darwin (2 May 1943). For other air raids on Darwin, see Air raids on Australia, 1942–43. Bombing of Darwin Part of World War II, Pacific War …

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  • 111Military history of Burma — History of Burma Prehistory 11,000–200 BCE Pyu city states 200 BCE–835 CE Mon kingdoms 825?–1057 Arakanese kingdoms 788?–1406 …

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  • 112Timeline of the Indonesian National Revolution — This article is part of the History of Indonesia series See also: Timeline of Indonesian History Prehistory Early kingdoms …

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  • 113invalid — in·val·id /in va ləd/ adj: being without force or effect under the law declared the will invalid in·val·id·ly adv Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 114null — / nəl/ adj [Anglo French nul, literally, not any, from Latin nullus, from ne not + ullus any]: having no legal or binding force: void a null contract Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 115futile — I adjective abortive, barren, bootless, feckless, fruitless, futilis, gainless, hopeless, inanis, ineffective, ineffectual, inefficacious, insignificant, inutile, nugatory, otiose, profitless, resultless, unavailing, unfruitful, unimportant,… …

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  • 116inadequate — I adjective assailable, deficient, depleted, disabled, disappointing, displeasing, emasculate, exhausted, feckless, feeble, helpless, impaired, impar, impotent, incapable, incompetent, incomplete, indefensible, ineffective, ineffectual,… …

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  • 117ineffective — I adjective abortive, barren, disabled, effete, emasculated, feckless, feeble, figurehead, fruitless, futile, gainless, good for nothing, impotent, inadequate, incompetent, indecisive, ineffectual, inefficacious, inept, inoperative, insufficient …

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  • 118inept — I (incompetent) adjective awkward, blundering, bungling, clumsy, disqualified, foolish, ignorant, ill qualified, impotent, inadept, inadequate, inapt, incapable, incompetent, ineffective, ineffectual, inefficacious, inefficient, ineptus, inexpert …

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  • 119powerless — I adjective abrogated, adynamic, asthenic, canceled, crippled, debilitated, decrepit, defenseless, deposed, disabled, disqualified, drooping, droopy, effete, emasculated, exhausted, faint, faintish, feeble, figurehead, flaccid, forceless, fragile …

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  • 120unavailing — I adjective abortive, barren, bootless, empty, fruitless, futile, futUis, idle, impotent, inadequate, incompetent, ineffective, ineffectual, inefficacious, inefficient, inoperative, inritus, inutile, invalid, nugatory, of no avail, pointless,… …

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