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  • 81What a piece of work is a man — The phrase What a piece of work is a man! comes from Shakespeare s Hamlet, Prince of Denmark , Act II, scene II, and it is often used in reference to the whole speech containing the line. The speechThe monologue, spoken in the play by the title… …

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  • 82recitative — recitative1 /res i tay tiv, ri suy teuh /, adj. pertaining to or of the nature of recital. [1855 60; RECITE + ATIVE] recitative2 /res i teuh teev /, Music. adj. 1. of the nature of or resembling recitation or declamation. n. 2. a style of vocal… …

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  • 83Arabic literature — Introduction       the body of written works produced in the Arabic language.       The tradition of Arabic literature stretches back some 16 centuries to unrecorded beginnings in the Arabian Peninsula. At certain points in the development of… …

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  • 84purification rite — ▪ anthropology Introduction       any of the ceremonial acts or customs employed in an attempt to reestablish lost purity or to create a higher degree of purity in relation to the sacred (the transcendental realm) or the social and cultural realm …

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  • 85Canonical Hours — • Essay on the practice of reciting the Divine Office according to set hours Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Canonical Hours     Canonical Hours      …

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  • 86Cyril Gwynn — The Gower Yarns of Cyril Gwynn , front cover, with a portrait of Phil Tanner, another famous Gower yarn teller Cyril Gwynn (1897–1988) was a British poet, from Gower, in the City and County of Swansea. He was known as the Bard of Gower, and… …

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  • 87declaim — I verb address, deliver oratorically, descant, dilate, discourse, dissertate, expand, expatiate, expound, give a formal speech, harangue, hold forth, lecture, make a speech, orate, perorate, preach, prelect, proclaim, rant, recite, rhetorize,… …

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  • 88ḤASIDISM — ḤASIDISM, a popular religious movement giving rise to a pattern of communal life and leadership as well as a particular social outlook which emerged in Judaism and Jewry in the second half of the 18th century. Ecstasy, mass enthusiasm, close knit …

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  • 89SHABBETAI ẒEVI — (1626–1676), the central figure of Shabbateanism, the messianic movement named after him. Background of the Movement Shabbateanism was the largest and most momentous messianic movement in Jewish history subsequent to the destruction of the Temple …

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  • 90Bob Jones University — Infobox University name = Bob Jones University native name = latin name = image size = 230px motto = Petimus Credimus (Latin) mottoeng = We seek, we trust established = 1927 type = Private, Fundamentalist Christian endowment = staff = 1,450… …

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  • 91Universities and antisemitism — Evidence of antisemitic incidents on university campuses across North America, Europe, and Australia since 2000 has been recorded by a number of sources. Though the circumstances surrounding the reported incidents are disputed, many maintain that …

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  • 92Your Five Gallants — is a Jacobean comedy by Thomas Middleton. It falls into the sub genre of city comedy. Allusions in the play point to a date of authorship of 1607.The play was entered into the Stationers Register on March 22, 1608. The quarto published by… …

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  • 93Eusebia (empress) — Eusebia (†360, full name Flavia Aurelia Eusebia, sometimes known as Aurelia Eusebia) was the second wife of Emperor Constantius II. Main sources for the knowledge about her life are Julian s panegyric Speech of Thanks to the Empress Eusebia in… …

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  • 94Types of gestures — Gestures are a form of body language or non verbal communication.Although some gestures, such as the ubiquitous act of pointing, differ little from one place to another, most gestures do not have invariable or universal meanings, having specific… …

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  • 95Public image of Sarah Palin — Sarah Palin waves to delegates during her vice presidential nomination acceptance speech at the 2008 Republican National Convention …

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  • 96Czech language — Czech Čeština, Český jazyk Spoken in Czech Republic Serbia Region Central Europe Native speakers 12 million …

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  • 97Psalms — Psalm redirects here. For other uses, see Psalm (disambiguation). Hebrew Bible …

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  • 98Qur'an — The Qur’an [pronounced qurˈʔaːn ( scripture ). The latter two terms also denote units of revelation. Other related words are: , transliterated as: ArabDIN|bismi llāhi ar raḥmāni ar raḥīmi .] an Arabic phrase meaning ( In the name of God, Most… …

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  • 99Qaṣīda al-Burda — (Arabic: قصيدة البردة, Poem of the Mantle ) is an ode of praise for the Islamic prophet Muhammad composed by the eminent Sufi Imām Ṣālih Sharaf ad Dīn Abū Abd Allāh Muḥammad ibn Ḥasan al Būṣīrī (1212 1296) of Egypt. The poem, whose actual title… …

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  • 100Criticism of the Pledge of Allegiance — The criticism of the Pledge of Allegiance of the United States exists on several grounds. Its use in public schools has been the most controversial, as critics contend that a government sanctioned endorsement of religion violates the… …

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