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  • 121History of the People's Republic of China (1989–2002) — Deng Xiaoping formally retired after the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989, to be succeeded by former Shanghai mayor Jiang Zemin. The crackdown in 1989 led to great woes in China s reputation globally, and sanctions resulted. The situation,… …

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  • 122Curtis White — is an American essayist and author. He serves as professor of English at Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois, and as President of the Board of Directors of the Center for Book Culture. Most of his career has been spent writing… …

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  • 123Yona — is a Pali word used in ancient India to designate Greek speakers. Its equivalent in Sanskrit is the word Yavana . Yona and Yavana are both transliterations of the Greek word for Ionians (Homer Iāones , older * Iāwones ), who were probably the… …

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  • 124The Heroic Legend of Arslan — Infobox animanga/Header name = The Heroic Legend of Arslan caption = An animated illustration by Sachiko Kamimura ja name = アルスラーン戦記 ja name trans = genre = Infobox animanga/Novel title = author = Yoshiki Tanaka illustrator = Yoshitaka Amano… …

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  • 125Battle of Pliska — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Battle of Pliska caption=Ruins of Pliska partof=the Byzantine Bulgarian Wars date=26 July, 811 place=Pliska and Vărbitsa Pass result=Decisive Bulgarian victory combatant1=Bulgarian Empire combatant2=Byzantine… …

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  • 126Dehumanization — For the Crucifix album, see Dehumanization (album). Dehumanization is to make somebody less human by taking away his or her individuality, the creative and interesting aspects of his or her personality, or his or her compassion and sensitivity… …

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  • 127Arkon — This article is about the comic book character. For the vehicle, see Arkon (automobile) Superherobox| caption=Arkon character name=Arkon publisher=Marvel Comics debut= Avengers #75 (Apr 1970) creators=Roy Thomas and John Buscema aliases=Arkon the …

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  • 128HIV trial in Libya — The HIV trial in Libya (or Bulgarian nurses affair) concerns the trials, appeals and eventual release of six foreign medical workers charged with conspiring to deliberately infect over 400 children with HIV in 1998, causing an epidemic at El… …

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  • 129Virgin Steele — Infobox musical artist Name = Virgin Steele Img capt = Img size = Landscape = Background = group or band Alias = Origin = USA Genre = Power metal Progressive metal Years active = 1981 present Label = Dockyard 1 Associated acts = URL = Current… …

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  • 130Caliban upon Setebos — is an 1864 poem written by the British poet Robert Browning. It deals with Caliban, a character from Shakespeare s The Tempest , and his reflections on Setebos, the brutal god he believes in. Some scholars see Browning as being of the belief that …

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  • 131Municipal Darwinism — is a fictional concept featured in Philip Reeve s Mortal Engines Quartet. It refers to the practice in the post apocalyptic world described in the series, in which large mobile metropolitan areas, known as Traction Cities, consume one another by… …

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  • 1321996 Manchester bombing — Manchester bombing Part of The Troubles Corporation Street after the bombing Location …

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  • 133Middle Ages in history — The Middle Ages in history is an overview of how previous periods have both romanticised and disparaged the Middle Ages. After the period came to an end with the Renaissance, subsequent cultural movements such as the Enlightenment and Romantics… …

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  • 134Rex Nemorensis — The rex Nemorensis , (Latin: the king of Nemi or the king of the grove ) was a sort of sacred king who served as priest of the goddess Diana at Aricia in Italy, by the shores of Lake Nemi. A priest who slew his predecessorSurviving lore… …

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  • 135Kambojas — The Kambojas were a Kshatriya tribe of Iron Age India, frequently mentioned in ( post Vedic ) Sanskrit and Pali literature, making their first appearance in the Mahabharata and contemporary Vedanga literature (roughly from the 7th century BCE).… …

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  • 136Ljubuški — Infobox Settlement official name = PAGENAME settlement type = subdivision type = Country subdivision name = BIH timezone=CET utc offset=+1 map caption =Location of PAGENAME within Bosnia and Herzegovina. timezone DST= leader name = Nevenko… …

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  • 137Iron Kingdoms — The Iron Kingdoms is a campaign setting for the d20 fantasy RPG system and set in the same fictional world as the WARMACHINE miniatures wargame. The Iron Kingdoms setting is created by Privateer Press.TechnologyOne of the key thematic… …

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  • 138Santa Reparata, Florence — Santa Reparata is the former cathedral of Florence, Italy. Its name refers to Saint Reparata, an early virgin martyr who is the co patron saint of Florence. History Ever since the barbaric ages there was an area in the north of Florence which was …

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  • 139Migration of Kambojas — References to Kambojas abound in ancient literature, and this may have been just the expansion of an Indo Iranian tribe with both Indic and Persian affinities from their homeland in the present day Afghanistan Pakistan region along the foothills… …

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  • 140Erwan Vallerie — (1944 ) is a Breton nationalist. He worked as an economist when he founded the monthly periodical Sav Breizh with Yann Choucq (Debout Bretagne, Stand Brittany) in 1969. In 1971 it became a bi monthly study review. It continued in this direction… …

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