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  • 161Anne Royall — (June 11 1769 mdash; October 1 1854), by some accounts the first professional woman journalist in the United States, was born Anne Newport in Baltimore, Maryland. Anne grew up in the western frontier of Pennsylvania before her family migrated… …

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  • 162Beth Winslet — (born in May 1978) is an English actress.She was born in Reading, Berkshire, and is the younger sister of Kate Winslet and Anna Winslet.BiographyShe attended Starmaker theatre company in Reading, BerkshireIvan Waterman, Keeping it in the family… …

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  • 163Spanish profanity — Joder redirects here. For the community in Nebraska, see Joder, Nebraska. This article is a summary of Spanish profanity, referred to in the Spanish language as lenguaje soez (low language), maldiciones (curse words), malas palabras (bad words),… …

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  • 164The Dreaming (Tokyopop comic) — This article is about the comic series. For other uses of the term dreaming, see Dream (disambiguation) Infobox original English manga name = The Dreaming imagesize = 115 caption = Cover, The Dreaming volume 1 genre = author = Queenie Chan… …

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  • 165The Honest Whore — is an early Jacobean city comedy, written in two parts; Part 1 is a collaboration between Thomas Dekker and Thomas Middleton, while Part 2 is the work of Dekker alone. The plays were acted by the Admiral s Men.Part 1 The Honest Whore, Part 1 was… …

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  • 166Gold Dagger — The Gold Dagger Award was an award given annually by the Crime Writers Association for the best crime novel of the year. For its first five years, the organization s top honor was known as the Crossed Red Herring Award. From 1995 to 2002 the… …

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  • 167James Worsdale — ( c. 1692 June 10, 1767) was an Irish and English portrait painter, actor, literary fraud, and libertine whose lively conversation, wittiness, and boldness allowed him to move among the highest circles of literary life. His skills as a painter… …

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  • 168The Witch in the Stone Boat — is an Icelandic fairy tale. Andrew Lang included it in The Yellow Fairy Book . ynopsisA king told his son, Sigurd, to marry and recommended the daughter of another king. Sigurd went there and asked to marry her. That king agreed on the condition… …

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  • 169List of collective nouns by collective term L-Z — Collective noun List of collective nouns List of collective nouns by collective term COLLECTIVE TERM COLLECTIVE PHRASE STATUS labour A labour of moles [cite web|url=http://dictionary.oed.com|title=Oxford English Dictionary online] lap A lap of… …

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  • 170Di Zi Gui — (弟子规), (Standards for being a Good Pupil and Child) was written during the reign (1661 1722) of the Qing Dynasty Emperor Kangxi by Li Yu XIu. The book is based on the ancient teaching of the Chinese philosopher Confucius that emphasises the basic …

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  • 171Lee Run Hu — (zh sp|s=李润湖|p=Lǐ RùnHú) (1913 1947) was a Singaporean writer and poet who was remembered for his immense contributions to the development of Chinese literature and literary writing in Malaya between 1919 1965. He was a prolific writer for… …

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  • 172Erste Lautverschiebung — Die Erste Lautverschiebung ist ein grundlegendes Lautgesetz, das im Jahre 1822 von Jacob Grimm formuliert wurde (daher Grimm s Law im Englischen). Bereits 1806 war dieses Lautgesetz von Friedrich von Schlegel bzw. 1818 von Rasmus Christian Rask… …

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  • 173Grimms Gesetz — Dieser Artikel ist größtenteils eine Übersetzung des Artikels Grimm s Law aus der englischsprachigen Wikipedia. Die Erste Lautverschiebung ist ein Lautgesetz, das von Jacob Grimm, dem älteren der Brüder Grimm, formuliert wurde (daher Grimm s Law… …

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  • 174Grimmsches Gesetz — Dieser Artikel ist größtenteils eine Übersetzung des Artikels Grimm s Law aus der englischsprachigen Wikipedia. Die Erste Lautverschiebung ist ein Lautgesetz, das von Jacob Grimm, dem älteren der Brüder Grimm, formuliert wurde (daher Grimm s Law… …

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  • 175Minette Walters — 2006 Minette Walters (* 26. September 1949 in Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire, als Minette Caroline Mary Jebb) ist eine englische Schriftstellerin. Inhaltsverzeichnis …

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  • 176bawl — bawler, n. /bawl/, v.i. 1. to cry or wail lustily. v.t. 2. to utter or proclaim by outcry; shout out: to bawl one s dissatisfaction; bawling his senseless ditties to the audience. 3. to offer for sale by shouting, as a hawker: a peddler bawling… …

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  • 177chide — chider, n. chidingly, adv. /chuyd/, v., chided or chid /chid/, chided or chid or chidden /chid n/, chiding. v.t. 1. to express disapproval of; scold; reproach: The principal chided the children for their thoughtless pranks. 2. to harass, nag,… …

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  • 178jaw — jaw1 jawless, adj. /jaw/, n. 1. either of two bones, the mandible or maxilla, forming the framework of the mouth. 2. the part of the face covering these bones, the mouth, or the mouth parts collectively: My jaw is swollen. 3. jaws, anything… …

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  • 179lash — lash1 lasher, n. lashingly, adv. lashless, adj. /lash/, n. 1. the flexible part of a whip; the section of cord or the like forming the extremity of a whip. 2. a swift stroke or blow, with a whip or the like, given as a punishment: He received 20… …

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  • 180tongue — tongueless, adj. tonguelike, adj. /tung/, n., v. tongued, tonguing. n. 1. Anat. the usually movable organ in the floor of the mouth in humans and most vertebrates, functioning in eating, in tasting, and, in humans, in speaking. See diag. under… …

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