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  • 121 hardened — hardened, indurated, callous mean grown or become hard. These terms are comparable in both literal (compare HARDEN 1) and extended use. Hardened is the most inclusive because it is applicable to any substance, whether originally fluid or solid,… …

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  • 122 SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY, JEWISH — Fantasy is a genre of literature in which realistic narratives are disrupted by unnatural or unexplainable events. The term Science Fiction (SF) emerged during the 1930s as a catchall descriptor for a publishing category with roots traceable to… …

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  • 123 Philip K. Dick — Born Philip Kindred Dick December 16, 1928(1928 12 16) Chicago, Illinois, U.S. Died March 2, 1982( …

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  • 124 Ruth Benedict — Infobox Person name = Ruth Fulton Benedict image size = 200px caption = Ruth Benedict in 1937 birth date = birth date|1887|6|5 birth place = New York City death date = death date and age|1948|9|17|1887|6|5 death place = New York City education =… …

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  • 125 Henry David Thoreau — Thoreau redirects here. For other uses, see Thoreau (disambiguation). Henry David Thoreau Maxham daguerreotype of Henry David Thoreau made in 1856 Full name Henry David Thoreau Born July 12, 1817( …

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  • 126 Disability — Disabled redirects here. For the poem by Wilfred Owen, see Disabled (poem). Disabilities redirects here. For the Middle Age restrictions, see Disabilities (Jewish). Disability …

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  • 127 Frances Burney — For playwright Frances Burney (1776–1828), niece of novelist Fanny Burney Madame d Arblay 1752 1840, see Frances Burney (1776–1828) Frances Burney (13 June 1752 – 6 January 1840), also known as Fanny Burney and after marriage as Madame d’Arblay,… …

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  • 128 Gunfight at the O.K. Corral — For the film, see Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (film). Tombstone in 1881 …

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  • 129 Camp (style) — Camp is an aesthetic in which something has appeal because of its bad taste or ironic value. When the term first appeared in 1909, it was used to refer to ostentatious, exaggerated, affected, theatrical, effeminate or homosexual behaviour. By the …

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  • 130 Raï — Infobox Music genre name=Raï bgcolor=mediumvioletred color=white stylistic origins=Spanish, French, and Arab music, including al andalus, zendani and melhun cultural origins=Late 19th century Oran, Algeria instruments=Gaspa, guellal… …

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  • 131 Susan Sontag — Infobox Writer name = Susan Sontag |thumb|right imagesize = 200px caption = pseudonym = birthdate = Birth date|1933|1|16|mf=y birthplace = New York City, New York deathdate = Death date and age|2004|12|28|1933|1|16|mf=y deathplace = New York City …

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  • 132 The Theory of Moral Sentiments — was written by Adam Smith in 1759. It provided the ethical, philosophical, psychological and methodological underpinnings to Smith s later works, including The Wealth of Nations (1776), A Treatise on Public Opulence (1764) (first published in… …

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  • 133 History of New York City (1898–1945) — The history of New York City (1898 1945) began with the formation of the consolidated city of the five boroughs in 1898. A series of new transportation links, most notably the New York City Subway, first opened 1904, helped bind the new city… …

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  • 134 Playing company — In Renaissance London, playing company was the usual term for a company of actors. These companies were organized around a group of ten or so shareholders (or sharers ), who performed in the plays but were also responsible for management. [For… …

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  • 135 Byzantine literature — may be defined as the Greek literature of the Middle Ages, whether written in the territory of the Byzantine Empire or outside its bordersEncyclopaedia Britannica Greek literature: Byzantine literature ] . It forms the second period in the… …

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  • 136 Bengali theatre — refers to plays in the Bengali language. There are some Hindi theatres which are accepted by the Bengali people (e.g. the productions of Rangakarmee, a group whose productions are directed mainly by Usha Ganguly; the productions by Padatik,… …

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  • 137 Lovers' Vows — (1798), a play by Elizabeth Inchbald arguably best known now for having been featured in Jane Austen s novel Mansfield Park (1814), is one of at least four adaptations of August von Kotzebue s Das Kind der Liebe (1780; literally Child of Love, or …

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  • 138 Counterculture of the 1960s — The Peace Sign, designed and first used in Britain in the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, became a major symbol of the counterculture era The counterculture of the 1960s refers to a cultural movement that mainly developed in the United States… …

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  • 139 Xueta — Xuetes Total population 18,000 (approx.) Regions with significant populations Majorca Languages …

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  • 140 urban planning — n. the study or profession dealing with the growth and functioning of cities and towns, including environmental concerns, zoning, the infrastructure, etc. urban planner n. * * * Programs pursued as a means of improving the urban environment and… …

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