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  • 161 Zeus — For other uses, see Zeus (disambiguation). Zeus …

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  • 162 Corporal punishment — This article is about punishment involving pain, not designed to cause injury. For other forms of physical punishment, see physical punishment. For the Blackadder episode, see Corporal Punishment (Blackadder). For the American professional… …

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  • 163 Tartarus — Persephone supervising Sisyphus in the Underworld, Attic black figure amphora, ca. 530 BC. This article is about the deity and the place in Greek mythology. For other uses, see Tartarus (disambiguation) …

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  • 164 Human rights in the Soviet Union — Soviet abuse of human rights in Budapest on 4 November 1956The Soviet Union was a single party state where the Communist Party ruled the country. [http://www.oefre.unibe.ch/law/icl/r100000 .html Constitution of the Soviet Union. Preamble] ] All… …

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  • 165 Qin Shi Huang — This article is about Qin Shi Huangdi, an ancient Chinese king and emperor. For other uses, see Qin Shi Huang (disambiguation). Qin Shi …

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  • 166 Senate of the Roman Republic — Ancient Rome This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Ancient Rome Periods …

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  • 167 Kobold — This article is about the sprite from Germanic folklore. For other uses, see Kobold (disambiguation). Kobold The kobold Heinzelmann Grouping Mythological creature Fairy Sprite Country German …

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  • 168 Fernando Alonso — Infobox F1 driver Name = Fernando Alonso Caption = Alonso at the 2008 Canadian Grand Prix Nationality = flagicon|ESP Spanish Car number = 5 birth date = birth date and age|1981|07|29 birth place = flagicon|ESPOviedo Spain Team = Renault Team for… …

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  • 169 Penal transportation — For other uses, see Transportation (disambiguation). Women in England mourning their lovers who are soon to be transported to Botany Bay, 1792 Transportation or penal transportation is the …

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  • 170 War children — This article is about children with a foreign military parent. For children used as soldiers, see Military use of children. For the mass evacuation of children from Finland during the Continuation War, see Finnish war children. For children of… …

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  • 171 Ex post facto law — An ex post facto law (from the Latin for after the fact ) or retroactive law, is a law that retroactively changes the legal consequences of acts committed or the legal status of facts and relationships that existed prior to the enactment of the… …

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  • 172 Cham Albanians — This article is about the dialectological group of ethnic Albanians of Northwestern Greece. For an overview of different communities of Albanian origin in Greece, see Albanian communities in Greece. For other uses of the word Cham, see Cham… …

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  • 173 One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich — For the film adaptation, see One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich (film). One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich   …

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  • 174 History of the Jews in Poland — The history of the Jews in Poland dates back over a millennium. [ [http://polishjews.org/ polishjews.org] ] Poland was home to the largest Jewish population in Europe and served as the center for Jewish culture, ranging from a long period of… …

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  • 175 Poetic justice — is a literary device in which virtue is ultimately rewarded or vice punished, often in modern literature by an ironic twist of fate intimately related to the character s own conduct. The structure of poetry, prose, and drama to have justice… …

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  • 176 Annihilationism — is the minority Christian doctrine that sinners are destroyed rather than tormented forever in hell or the lake of fire. It is directly related to the doctrine of conditional immortality, the idea that a human soul is not immortal unless it is… …

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  • 177 Lugdunum — This article is about the city in Gaul; for other uses of Lugdunum, see Lugdunum (disambiguation) Colonia Copia Claudia Augusta Lugdunum (modern: Lyon, France) was an important Roman city in Gaul. The city was founded in 43 BC by Lucius Munatius… …

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  • 178 Theory of criminal justice — The theory of criminal justice is the branch of philosophy of law that deals with criminal justice and in particular punishment. The theory of criminal justice has deep connections to other areas of philosophy, such as political philosophy and… …

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  • 179 Basava — (also known as Basaveshwara ( kn. ಬಸವೇಶ್ವರ) or Basavanna(ಬಸವಣ್ಣ) 1134 ndash;1196) was a philosopher and a radical social reformer. He for the first time, in the Hindu society, created an awareness on discriminatory and exploitative nature of the… …

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  • 180 Möngke Khan — Khagan of the Mongol Empire (Supreme Khan of the Mongols) King of Kings Emperor of China …

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