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  • 161Madeline and Marion Fairbanks — The Fairbanks Twins Madeline (Madeleine) (15 November 1900 15 January 1989) and her twin sister Marion Fairbanks (15 November 1900 20 September 1973) were stage and motion picture actresses active in the silent era. The two sisters were seemingly …

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  • 162Shao Kang — Si Shao Kang (姒少康) was the sixth ruler of the Xia Dynasty of China. He was the son of Si Xiang (姒相) and was Succeeded by King Zhu of Xia. His father Xiang was killed in a battle against Han Zhuo s (寒浞) two sons, Han Jiao (寒澆) and Han Yi (寒殪);… …

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  • 163Enaam Arnaout — is an American of Syrian descent, who pleaded guilty to using charitable donations to support fighters in Bosnia without apprising the donors of this [http://islam.about.com/library/weekly/aa021103a.htm Benevolence Int l Chief Pleads Guilty:… …

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  • 164Academic views on Falun Gong — Falun Gong has received a range of scholarly attention mdash; including ethnographic studies, analysis on the teleology of practice and also some studies focusing on its relationship to qigong and Buddhism. Attention from the Academic community… …

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  • 165USS Waukesha (AKA-84) — was a Tolland class attack cargo ship named after Waukesha County, Wisconsin. She was designed to carry military cargo and landing craft, and to use the latter to land weapons, supplies, and Marines on enemy shores during amphibious operations.… …

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  • 166Joseph ibn Tzaddik — Rabbi Joseph ben Jacob ibn Tzaddik (? 1149) was a Spanish rabbi, poet, and philosopher. A Talmudist of high repute, he was appointed in 1138 dayyan at Cordova, which office he held conjointly with Maimon, father of Maimonides, until his death.… …

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  • 167Theodora (6th century) — Theodora (Greek: Θεοδώρα) (c. 500 June 28 548), was empress of the Byzantine Empire and the wife of Emperor Justinian I. Like her husband, she is a saint in the Orthodox Church, commemorated on November 14. Theodora is perhaps the most… …

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  • 168Releasing life — is a direct translation of the Chinese term fang sheng , and specifically refers to the practice of saving beings facing imminent death. Although the Buddha did not directly teach the practice, it is a natural expression of the Buddhist tenets of …

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  • 169Alphabet of Akiba ben Joseph — Rabbinic Literature Talmudic literature Mishnah • Tosefta Jerusalem Talmud • Babylonian Talmud Minor tractates Halakhic Midrash Mekhilta de Rabbi Yishmael (Exodus) Mekhilta de Rabbi Shimon (Exodus) Sifra (Leviticus) Sifre (Numbers Deuteronomy)… …

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  • 170Mahābhārata and the Indian caste system — The Indian epic Mahabharata gives glimpses of caste system prevailed in ancient India. Apart from the four basic orders ( varnas or castes) Brahmana, Kshatriya, Vaisya and Sudra the epic mentions several other castes that sprang from their… …

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  • 171Saif al-Islam al-Masri — ( ar. Georgian] and American Special Forces, in early October 2002 [http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/4686228/ Al Qaida: Dead or captured] , MSNBC , last updated in 2005] [http://www.cdi.org/russia/johnson/6579.htm In the Caucasus, a Foreign Element… …

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  • 172Iain King — Infobox Philosopher region = Western Philosophy era = 21st Century Philosophers color = #B0C4DE name = Iain King birth = 1971 school tradition = analytic philosophy, rationalism, cognitivism, Ethics, Meta ethics, Quasi realism, Political… …

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  • 173Internal Bleeding (band) — Infobox musical artist | Name = Internal Bleeding Img capt = Img size = Landscape = Background = group or band Alias = Origin = Levittown, New York Genre = Death metal Years active = 1991–present Label = Pavement Music Olympic Recordings… …

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  • 174St. Stephen Lutheran Church (Urbandale, Iowa) — St. Stephen Lutheran Church is located in Urbandale, Iowa. Organized in 1954, it is dedicated to Saint Stephen, the first martyr of Christianity and venerated saint of the Church.HistoryIn 1954 the Iowa Synod of the United Lutheran Church in… …

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  • 175Elizabeth Keckly — Infobox biography name = Elizabeth Keckly caption = birth date = February 1818 birth place = Dinwiddie Courthouse, Virginia death date = May 1907 (Age 88) death place = Washington, DC occupation = Seamstress, Author children = GeorgeElizabeth… …

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  • 176Lý Thánh Tông — Infobox Monarch name =L‎ý Thánh Tông title =King of Vietnam caption = full name = L‎‎ý Nhật Tôn predecessor =L‎ý Thái Tông successor =L‎ý Nhân Tông dynasty =L‎ý Dynasty date of birth =1023 date of death =1072|L‎ý Thánh Tông (IPA: IPA|/li˦˥ tʰɐn˦˥ …

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  • 177Lord Mengchang of Qi — Lord Mengchang (simplified Chinese: 孟尝君; traditional Chinese: 孟嘗君; pinyin: Mèngcháng Jūn), born Tian Wen, was an aristocrat of the State of Qi during the Warring States Period of China. He was born as Tian Wen, son of Tian Ying and grandson of… …

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  • 178Xiushen — (修身) is made up of xiu meaning to correct or better and shen body, Xiushen is a term encompassing all of the correct value, the proper conducts for a Taoist adherent to adopt as a way of life and particularly to complement the practice of Xiuzhen …

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  • 179New Divinity — The New Divinity (or Hopkinsianism, after Samuel Hopkins) is a system of Christian theology that was very prominent in New England in the late 18th century. Its roots are embedded in the published and unpublished writings of Jonathan Edwards;… …

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  • 180Amae — (甘え, Amae?) est un mot japonais qui fait référence à un sentiment plaisant d attachement ou de dépendance. Ainsi, le verbe amaeru désigne généralement le comportement d un enfant vis à vis de ses parents et notamment de sa mère. Un tel sentiment… …

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