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  • 101Nottingham Bluecoat School — The Nottingham Bluecoat School and Technology College Established 1706 Religion Church of England Headteacher Mrs. S . Hampton Founder Timothy Fenton Specialism Technology College …

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  • 102Isaac Leeser — (December 12, 1806, Neuenkirchen, in the province of Westphalia, Prussia February 1, 1868, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) was an American rabbi, author, translator, editor, and publisher; pioneer of the Jewish pulpit in the United States, and… …

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  • 103List of the animals in the Bible — See main article Animals in the Bible. The following is a list of animals whose name appears in the Bible. Whenever required for the identification, the Hebrew name will be indicated, as well as the specific term used by Zoologists. This list… …

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  • 104Switzerland at the 1952 Summer Olympics — Infobox Olympics Switzerland games=1952 Summer competitors= sports= gold=2 silver=6 bronze=6 total=14 rank=11Switzerland competed at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, Finland.Medalists Gold*Jack Günthard mdash; Gymnastics, Men s Horizontal… …

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  • 105USS Vreeland (FF-1068) — was a Knox class frigate of the US Navy. The ship was named for Rear Admiral Charles E. Vreeland (1852 1916).Vreeland (DE 1068) was laid down on 20 March 1968 by the Avondale Shipyard at Westwego, La.; launched on 16 June 1969; sponsored by Mrs.… …

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  • 106USS Bausell (DD-845) — Career …

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  • 107Singapore Youth Flying Club — The Singapore Youth Flying Club (SYFC) was established in December 1971 as the Junior Flying Club by the then newly formed Singapore Armed Forces to introduce aviation and provide flight training to the youths of Singapore. The Club, synonymous… …

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  • 108Michael A. Monsoor — Michael Monsoor Born April 5, 1981(1981 04 05) …

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  • 109USS Willis (DE-395) — USS Willis (DE–395) is an Sclass|Edsall|destroyer escort, the first United States Navy ship so named. This ship was named for Ensign Walter Michael Willis (14 January 1917 7 December 1941). He enlisted in the Naval Reserve as a seaman 2d class at …

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  • 110James Tubbs — (b 1835 d 1921) one of the most celebrated English bow makers, and is considered The English Tourte .Together with his son Alfred ( d.1912 ) they produced more than 5000 bows.It is universally accepted that James Tubbs ranks among the five or six …

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  • 111USS San Jose (AFS-7) — was a Mars class combat stores ship acquired by the U.S. Navy in 1970. She served as a Navy ship until November 1993, when she was then redesignated the USNS San Jose (T AFS 7). Built in California San Jose (AFS 7) was laid down on 8 March 1969… …

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  • 112Wayne Douglas Gretzky — Wayne Gretzky Pour les articles homonymes, voir Gretzky. Wayne Gretzky …

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  • 113analytic philosophy — n. a 20th cent. philosophic movement characterized by its method of analyzing concepts and statements in the light of common experience and ordinary language so as to eliminate confusions of thought and resolve many traditional philosophical… …

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  • 114Animals in the Bible — • The sacred books were composed by and for a people almost exclusively given to husbandry and pastoral life, hence in constant communication with nature Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Animals in the Bible     Anima …

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  • 115Consecration — • An act by which a thing is separated from a common and profane to a sacred use, or by which a person or thing is dedicated to the service and worship of God by prayers, rites, and ceremonies Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006.… …

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  • 116Maine — • Commonly known as the Pine Tree State, but is sometimes called the Star in the East Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Maine     Maine      …

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  • 117Science and the Church — • Dicsusses the relationship between the two subjects Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Science and the Church     Science and the Church      …

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  • 118Venezuela — • A republic formed out of the provinces which, under Spanish rule, constituted the captaincy general of the same name Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Venezuela     Venezuela   …

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  • 119Archdiocese of Westminster —     Archdiocese of Westminster     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Archdiocese of Westminster     (WESTMONASTERIENSIS).     Erected and made metropolitan in 1850, comprises the Counties of Middlesex, Hertfordshire, Essex, and London north of the Thames …

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  • 120Liturgy of the Mass —     Liturgy of the Mass     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Liturgy of the Mass     A. Name and Definition     The Mass is the complex of prayers and ceremonies that make up the service of the Eucharist in the Latin rites. As in the case of all… …

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