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  • 81The public scandal of the Dreyfus Affair — The scandal over falsely accused Alfred Dreyfus grew into a public scandal of unprecedented scale. Almost the entire french nation became divided between pro and anti Dreyfusards.Attitude of the pressAgainst this odious campaign was set in motion …

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  • 82Cistercians — • Religious of the Order of Cîteaux, a Benedictine reform, established at Cîteaux in 1098 by St. Robert, Abbot of Molesme in the Diocese of Langres, for the purpose of restoring as far as possible the literal observance of the Rule of St.… …

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  • 83Hospitals — • Originally, hospital meant a place where strangers or visitors were received; in the course of time, its use was restricted to institutions for the care of the sick Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Hospitals     Hospitals …

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  • 84Montanists — • Schismatics of the second century, first known as Phrygians, or those among the Phrygians (oi kata Phrygas), then as Montanists, Pepuzians, and (in the West) Cataphrygians Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Montanists     Mon …

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  • 85Gregory XVI —     Pope Gregory XVI     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Gregory XVI     (MAURO, or BARTOLOMEO ALBERTO CAPPELLARI).     Born at Belluno, then in the Venetian territory, 8 September, 1765; died at Rome, 9 June, 1846. His father, Giovanni Battista,… …

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  • 86Pope Gregory XVI —     Pope Gregory XVI     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Gregory XVI     (MAURO, or BARTOLOMEO ALBERTO CAPPELLARI).     Born at Belluno, then in the Venetian territory, 8 September, 1765; died at Rome, 9 June, 1846. His father, Giovanni Battista,… …

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  • 87Basset (card game) — Basset Thomas Rowlandson, painted his version of a gaming den in The Hazard Room . On the walls is a bouquet of gambler’s delights: boxing, horse racing, the odds of the day, and the patron saint of card games, Edmond Hoyle …

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  • 88Lambroughton — infobox UK place country = Scotland official name= Lambroughton gaelic name= scots name= population= population density= area total sq mi= os grid reference= NS402439 latitude= 55.662752 longitude= 4.539894 unitary scotland= East Ayrshire… …

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  • 89Jury of Matrons — The Jury of Matrons was a form of special jury at English common law, usually used to resolve legal disputes over whether or not a party to a legal action was pregnant. Civil Juries The civil jury of matrons was used to determine whether a… …

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  • 90Mahmood Khan Durrani — Born 1 July 1914 Multan …

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  • 91Contract — • The canonical and moralist doctrine on this subject is a development of that contained in the Roman civil law. In civil law, a contract is defined as the union of several persons in a coincident expression of will by which their legal relations …

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  • 92Johann Adam Schall von Bell —     Johann Adam Schall von Bell     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Johann Adam Schall von Bell     An especially prominent figure among the missionaries to China, b. of an important family at Cologne in 1591; d. at Peking, 15 Aug., 1666. He studied at …

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  • 93enforce — To put into execution; to cause to take effect; to make effective; as, to enforce a particular law, a writ, a judgment, or the collection of a debt or fine; to compel obedience to. See e.g. attachment; execution; garnishment …

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  • 94enforce — To put into execution; to cause to take effect; to make effective; as, to enforce a particular law, a writ, a judgment, or the collection of a debt or fine; to compel obedience to. See e.g. attachment; execution; garnishment …

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  • 95BAPTISM, FORCED — The nature of the Christian sacrament of baptism created special problems when it was carried out compulsorily, which differentiated it sharply from forced conversion to Islam (see anusim ; jadid al islam ). There is evidence that when… …

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  • 96Library of Alexandria — For the modern library, see Bibliotheca Alexandrina. This Latin inscription regarding Tiberius Claudius Balbilus of Rome (d. c. AD 79) mentions the ALEXANDRINA BYBLIOTHECE (line eight).. The Royal Library of Alexandria, or Ancient Library of… …

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  • 97Vauban — Sébastien Le Prestre, Seigneur de Vauban and later Marquis de Vauban (May 15, 1633–March 30, 1707), commonly referred to as Vauban, was a Marshal of France and the foremost military engineer of his age, famed for his skill in both designing… …

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  • 98Parish register — Church register at Os Parish in Hordaland, Norway, of March 1822. A parish register is a book, normally kept in a parish church, in which details of baptisms, marriages and burials are recorded. Contents …

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  • 99Arthur Keith — Infobox Scientist name = PAGENAME box width = image size =150px caption = PAGENAME birth date = February 5, 1866 birth place = death date = January 7, 1955 death place = residence = citizenship = nationality = Scottish ethnicity = field = anatomy …

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  • 100First Battle of Middlewich — The First Battle of Middlewich took place on the 13 March, 1643, [The date is adjusted to show the year starting on 1 January but retaining the Julian calendar, and all other dates in this article use this convention. This is type of dating is… …

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