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  • 121 Michael Savage — For other people named Michael Savage, see Michael Savage (disambiguation). Michael Savage Born Michael Alan Weiner March 31, 1942 (1942 03 31) (age 69) The Bronx, New York, U.S. Residence San Francisco, California, U.S …

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  • 122 Cannibal Holocaust — Infobox Film name = Cannibal Holocaust image size = caption = Theatrical poster director = Ruggero Deodato producer = Franco Di Nunzio Franco Palaggi writer = Gianfranco Clerici narrator = starring = Robert Kerman Carl Gabriel Yorke Francesca… …

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  • 123 Shoaib Akhtar — Infobox cricketer biography playername = Shoaib Akhtar country = Pakistan fullname = Shoaib Akhtar nickname = The Rawalpindi Express living = true dayofbirth = 13 monthofbirth = 8 yearofbirth = 1975 placeofbirth = Rawalpindi countryofbirth =… …

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  • 124 Hizb ut-Tahrir — Infobox Political Party party name = Hizb ut Tahrir rtl ar. حزب التحرير colorcode = #008000 party leader = Ata Abu Rashta foundation = 1953 founder = Taqiuddin al Nabhani ideology = Pan Islamism headquarters = Unknown international = Worldwide… …

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  • 125 Doping in sport — In sports, doping refers to the use of performance enhancing drugs, particularly those forbidden by organizations that regulate competitions. Doping is mostly done to improve athletic performance. This is why many sports ban the use of… …

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  • 126 Internet censorship in Australia — Part of a series on Censorship By media …

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  • 127 The Da Vinci Code (film) — The Da Vinci Code Theatrical poster Directed by Ron Howard Produced by …

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  • 128 Absinthe — is traditionally a distilled, highly alcoholic (45% 75% ABV) beverage. It is an anise flavored spirit derived from herbs, including the flowers and leaves of the herb Artemisia absinthium , also called wormwood. Absinthe has a characteristic… …

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  • 129 Use of performance enhancing drugs in association football — Part of a series on Doping in sport …

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  • 130 Track and field — For the video game, see Track Field (video game). Track and field The track and field stadium is at the heart of the sport Nickname(s) Track Characteristics Team mem …

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  • 131 Chronology of Gypsy History — 224 241 Persia: In the reign of Shah Ardashir, Gypsies first come from India to work. 420 438 Persia: Bahram Gur, Shah of Persia, brings Gypsy musicians from India. 661 Arab Empire: Indians (Zott) brought from India to Mesopotamia. 669 /670 Arab… …

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  • 132 John Steinbeck — Infobox Writer name = John Steinbeck III awards = awd|Nobel Prize in Literature|1962 caption = Steinbeck (center), with his son, visits President Lyndon B. Johnson birthdate = birth date|1902|2|27|mf=y birthplace = Salinas Valley, California,… …

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  • 133 Students Islamic Movement of India — The Students Islamic Movement of India was formed in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh state, in April 1977. The stated mission of SIMI is the ‘liberation of India’ from western materialistic cultural influence and to convert it into an Islamic society.… …

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  • 134 Football hooliganism — such as brawls, vandalism, and intimidation carried out by Association football club supporters and fans.cite news |title=Another sorry outbreak of the English disease |publisher=The Independent|date=2004 06… …

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  • 135 Gun laws in the United States (by state) — U.S. Firearms Legal Topics Assault weapons ban ATF Bureau Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act Concealed carry in the U.S. Domestic Violence Offender Gun Ban …

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  • 136 Mohammad Asif — محمد آصف Personal information Full name Mohammad Asif …

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  • 137 Terrorism and counter-terrorism in Kazakhstan — The threat of terrorism in Kazakhstan plays an increasingly important role in Kazakhstan s relations with the United States which in 2006 were at an all time high.[1] Kazakhstan has taken Uzbekistan s place as the favored partner in Central Asia… …

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  • 138 Discovery Institute intelligent design campaigns — Part of a series of articles on Intelligent design …

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  • 139 Doping in association football — Unlike individual sports such as bicycling, weight lifting, and track and field, football (soccer) is not widely associated with performance enhancing drugs. Like most high profile team sports, football suffers more from an association with… …

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  • 140 Algeria — /al jear ee euh/, n. a republic in NW Africa: formerly comprised 13 departments of France; gained independence 1962. 29,830,370; 919,352 sq. mi. (2,381,122 sq. km). Cap.: Algiers. * * * Algeria Introduction Algeria Background: After a century of… …

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