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  • 121Pierre Boulez — (pronounced|pjɛʁ buˈlɛz) (b. March 26, 1925) is a French composer of contemporary classical music and conductor.BiographyEarly yearsBoulez was born in Montbrison, France. He initially studied mathematics at Lyon before pursuing music at the Paris …

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  • 122Arnold Schoenberg — ( [ˈaːrnɔlt ˈʃøːnbɛrk] ) (13 September 1874 ndash; 13 July 1951) was an Austrian and later American composer, associated with the expressionist movement in German poetry and art, and leader of the Second Viennese School. He used the spelling… …

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  • 123Altar — For other uses, see Altar (disambiguation). Detail from Religion, Charles Sprague Pearce (1896). Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C …

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  • 124Messianic Judaism — This article is about a religious movement or sect. For the Jewish religion, see Judaism. For the messiah in Judaism, see Jewish messianism. For specific messianic claimants, see Jewish Messiah claimants …

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  • 125Ivan IV of Russia — Infobox Russian Royalty|monarch name =Ivan IV the Terrible title =Tsar of All Russia caption =Portrait of Ivan IV by Viktor Vasnetsov, 1897 (Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow) reign = 3 December, 1533 OldStyleDate|28 March|1584|18 March coronation =16… …

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  • 126Valéry Giscard d'Estaing — Infobox President name = Valéry Giscard d Estaing imagesize = 200px birth date = birth date and age|1926|02|02 birth place = Koblenz, Germany office = 20th President of the French Republic 3rd President of the Fifth Republic Co Prince of Andorra… …

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  • 127Uthman Ibn Affan — ‘Uthmān ibn ‘Affān (Arabic: ar. عثمان بن عفان) (c. 579 July 17 656) was one of the sahaba (companions). An early convert to Islam, he played a major role in early Islamic history, most notably as the third Caliph of the Rashidun Empire (644 to… …

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  • 128Umar — For other uses, see Omar (disambiguation). Umar ibn al Khattab Caliph Umar s empire at its peak, 644 Al Farooq Reign …

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  • 129Oral tradition — A Kyrgyz manaschi See also: Oral tradition and the historical Jesus Oral tradition and oral lore is cultural material and traditions transmitted orally from one generation to another.[1] …

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  • 130Islamic dietary laws — This is a sub article to Hygiene in Islam, Healthy diet and Food and cooking hygiene. Part of a series on Islamic jurisprudence (Fiqh) …

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  • 131Obscenity — Part of a series on Censorship By media …

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  • 132Shunning — can be the act of social rejection, or mental rejection. Social rejection is when a person or group deliberately avoids association with, and habitually keeps away from an individual or group. This can be a formal decision by a group, or a less… …

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  • 133Optimality theory — (frequently abbreviated OT) is a linguistic model proposing that the observed forms of language arise from the interaction between conflicting constraints. OT models grammars as systems that provide mappings from inputs to outputs; typically, the …

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  • 134Mantle (vesture) — Bishop Mercurius of Zaraisk wearing the episcopal mantle (Saint Nicholas Russian Orthodox Cathedral, New York) …

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  • 135Edward Coke — This article is about the seventeenth century jurist. For other uses, see Edward Coke (disambiguation). Sir Edward Coke …

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  • 136Binding of Isaac — For the video game by Edmund McMillen and Florian Himsl, see The Binding of Isaac (video game). The Sacrifice of Isaac by Caravaggio, in the Baroque tenebrist manner The Binding of Isaac Akedah [1] (עקדה) o …

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  • 137Baal Shem Tov — Infobox Rebbe title = Israel Baal Shem Tov caption = term = full name =רבי ישראל בן אליעזר Yisroel ben Eliezer main work = Keser Shem Tov Shivchei HaBesht predecessor = successor =Dov Ber of Mezritsh (1704 1772) spouse1 =Chana issue1 =Tsvi of… …

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  • 138Qinghai — For other uses, see Qinghai (disambiguation). Coordinates: 36°00′N 96°00′E / 36°N 96°E / 36; 96 …

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  • 139Footrot Flats — was a comic strip written by New Zealand cartoonist Murray Ball. It ran from 1975 until 1994 in newspapers around the world, though the unpublished strips continued to be released in book form until 2000. Altogether there are 27 numbered books… …

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  • 140Sadducees — The Sadducees were members of a Jewish sect founded in the second century BC, possibly as a political party. They ceased to exist sometime after the first century AD.EtymologyThe Hebrew name, Tsdoki, indicates their claim that they are the… …

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