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  • 41ver|i|si|mil|i|tude — «VEHR uh suh MIHL uh tood, tyood», noun. 1. an appearance of truth; resemblance to reality; closeness to fact; probability: »Stories must have verisimilitude to interest people. 2. something having merely the appearance of truth: »They are, in… …

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  • 42verisimilitude — /ver euh si mil i toohd , tyoohd /, n. 1. the appearance or semblance of truth; likelihood; probability: The play lacked verisimilitude. 2. something, as an assertion, having merely the appearance of truth. [1595 1605; < L verisimilitudo, equiv.&#8230; …

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  • 43Affaire Elizabeth Canning — Portrait monochrome d Elizabeth Canning en robe vers 1820. Elizabeth Canning, née le 17 septembre 1734 et décédée en juin 1773, est une servante anglaise, qui fut au centre d une affaire judiciaire qui compte parmi les plus célèbres débats&#8230; …

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  • 44verisimilitude — ver•i•si•mil•i•tude [[t]ˌvɛr ə sɪˈmɪl ɪˌtud, ˌtyud[/t]] n. 1) the appearance or semblance of truth; likelihood 2) something, as an assertion, having merely the appearance of truth • Etymology: 1595–1605; &LT; L vērīsimilitūdō=vērī, gen. sing. of&#8230; …

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  • 45verisimilitude — /ˌvɛrisəˈmɪlətjud/ (say .vereesuh miluhtyoohd), / tʃud/ (say choohd) noun 1. appearance or semblance of truth: * The exigencies of rhyme, said Bunyip Bluegum, may stand excused from a too strict insistence on verisimilitude, so that the general&#8230; …

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  • 46reputatio est vulgaris opinio ubi non est veritas Et vulgaris opinio est duplex, soil.: opinio vulgaris orta inter graves et discretes homines... — reputatio est vulgaris opinio ubi non est veritas Et vulgaris opinio est duplex, soil.: opinio vulgaris orta inter graves et discretes homines, et quae vultum veritatis habet; et opinio tantum orta inter leves et vulgares homines, absque specie&#8230; …

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  • 47Moral Theology — • Limited to those doctrines which discuss the relations of man and his free actions to God and his supernatural end, and propose the means instituted by God for the attainment of that end Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Moral Theology …

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  • 48Mallrats — Theatrical poster by Drew Struzan Directed by Kevin Smith Produced by …

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  • 49World War I prisoners of war in Germany — The situation of World War I prisoners of war in Germany is an aspect of the conflict little covered by historical research. However, the number of soldiers imprisoned reached a little over seven million [Jochen Oltmer estimates a figure between&#8230; …

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  • 50plausible — plausibility, plausibleness, n. plausibly, adv. /plaw zeuh beuhl/, adj. 1. having an appearance of truth or reason; seemingly worthy of approval or acceptance; credible; believable: a plausible excuse; a plausible plot. 2. well spoken and&#8230; …

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  • 51color — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Rainbow hue Nouns 1. color, hue, tint, tinge, shade, dye, complexion, tincture, cast, coloration, glow, flush; tone, key; color organ; Technicolor. 2. pure, primary, positive, or complementary color;&#8230; …

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  • 52Polish Literature — • Of the literature of Poland before the advent of Christianity (965) very few traces indeed are extant . . . Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Polish Literature     Polish Literature …

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  • 53Maria Theresa Kemble — (1774–1838), née Marie Thérèse Du Camp, was an actress on the English stage and wife of Charles Kemble. She wrote a number of comedies. As Catharine in David Garrick s Catharine and Petruchio. Contents …

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  • 54color — [kul′ər] n. [ME & OFr colour &LT; L color &LT; OL colos, orig., a covering &LT; IE base * kel , to conceal, hide &GT; HULL1, HALL] 1. the sensation resulting from stimulation of the retina of the eye by light waves of certain lengths 2. the&#8230; …

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  • 55Basil Clarke — Sir Basil Clarke, KBE (12 August 1879 12 December 1947) was an early pioneer of public relations and British government wartime propaganda expert. He also acted as a war correspondent in the First World War, later writing a book of his&#8230; …

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  • 56verisimilar — verisimilarly, adv. /ver euh sim euh leuhr/, adj. having the appearance of truth; likely; probable: a verisimilar tale. [1675 85; < L verisimil(is) (veri, gen. sing. of verum truth, + similis like) + AR1] * * * …

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  • 57credibility — I noun appearance of truth, auctoritas, believability, believableness, credibleness, faithfulness, fides, integrity, plausibility, probity, rectitude, reliability, tenability, tenableness, trustworthiness, truthfulness, uprightness, veracity,&#8230; …

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  • 58Siège de Lorient — Informations générales Date 29&#160;septembre&#160;1746 au 10&#160;octobre&#160;1746[n 1] …

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  • 59verisimilar — ver•i•sim•i•lar [[t]ˌvɛr əˈsɪm ə lər[/t]] adj. having the appearance of truth; likely; probable • Etymology: 1675–85; &LT; L vērīsimil(is) (vērī, gen. sing. of vērum truth +similis like) + ar I ver i•sim′i•lar•ly, adv …

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  • 60opinio est duplex, scilicet, opinio vulgaris, orta inter graves et discretes, et quae vultum veritatis habet; et opinio tantum orta inter leves et vulgares homines, absque specie veritatis — /apin(i)yow est d(y)uwpleks silasat apin(i)yow valgeras, orta intar greyviyz et daskriytows, et kwiy valtam vehrateytas heybat; et apin(i)yow taentam, orta intar liyviyz et valgeriyz homaniyz, aebskwiy spiyshiy(iy) vehrateytas/ Opinion is of two&#8230; …

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