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  • 81Rugby Fives — is a handball game, similar to squash, played in an enclosed court. It has similarities with Eton Fives, another type of Fives.The game is played as singles or doubles, the aim being to hit the ball above a bar across the front wall in such a way …

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  • 82Charles J. Guiteau — Charles Guiteau redirects here. For the song, see Charles Guiteau (song). Charles Julius Guiteau Charles Julius Guiteau …

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  • 83Notorious (1946 film) — Not to be confused with Notorious (2009 film). Notorious Title Screen Directed by Alfred Hitchcock …

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  • 84Marnie (film) — Marnie Original film poster Directed by Alfred Hitchcock Produced by Alfred Hitchcock …

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  • 85The Birds (film) — The Birds Theatrical release poster Directed by Alfred Hitchcock Produced by …

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  • 86Rhett Butler — Infobox character colour = #DEDEE2 name = Rhett Butler | caption = Clark Gable as Rhett Butler in Gone with the Wind first = Gone with the Wind last = cause = nickname = alias = species = gender = Male age = 33 at the beginning of the novel, 45… …

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  • 87Priestley Riots — The Priestley Riots (also known as the Birmingham Riots of 1791) took place from 14 July to 17 July 1791 in Birmingham, England; the rioters main targets were religious Dissenters, most notably the politically and theologically controversial… …

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  • 88Music of Quebec — Timeline • Samples Genres Classical Folk Hip hop Jazz Pop Rock Specific forms Native American …

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  • 89Chasse-galerie — La Chasse galerie La Chasse galerie also known as The Bewitched Canoe or The Flying Canoe is a popular French Canadian tale of voyageurs who make a deal with the devil, a variant of the Wild Hunt. Its most famous version was written by Honoré… …

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  • 90Suicide Squad — For other uses, see Suicide squad. Suicide Squad Promotional art by Michael Bair. Group publication information Publisher …

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  • 91Booster Gold — This article is about the character. For the title he appears in, see Booster Gold (comic book). Booster Gold Michael Jon Carter as Booster Gold from Countdown to Infinite Crisis. Art by Ed Benes …

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  • 92The Devil's Dictionary —   The Cynic s Word Book …

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  • 93The Clancy Brothers — and Tommy Makem The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem in the 1960s. Background information Origin County Tipperary County Armagh, Ireland …

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  • 94The Mountain Eagle — For the Kentucky newspaper, see The Mountain Eagle (newspaper). The Mountain Eagle Original Movie Lobby card Directed by Alfred Hitchcock …

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  • 95Fender Precision Bass — Precision Bass Manufacturer Fender Period 1951 present Constructio …

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  • 96Lambing Flat riots — The Roll Up banner around which a mob of about 1,000 men rallied and attacked Chinese miners at Lambing Flat in June 1861. The banner is now on display in the museum at Young. The Lambing Flat riots were a series of violent anti Chinese… …

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  • 97List of prestige classes — This is a list of prestige classes in the 3rd edition of the Dungeons and Dragons role playing game. This list includes content for both the original 3rd edition and the 3.5 revision. Nearly every official supplement source book and most issues… …

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  • 98Captain Swing — was the name appended to some of the threatening letters during the rural English Swing Riots of 1830. Like the Luddites of 1812, the movement had an imaginary leader with a multiple use name. His name was no doubt chosen, in a form of black… …

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  • 99Unparliamentary language — In a Westminster system, unparliamentary language is words or phrases that are deemed to be inappropriate for use in the House whilst it is in session. This includes, but is not limited to the suggestion of dishonesty and foul language or… …

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  • 100Herodas — (Greek: polytonic|Ἡρώδας), or Herondas (the name is spelt differently in the few places where he is mentioned), was a Greek poet and the author of short humorous dramatic scenes in verse, written under the Alexandrian empire in the 3rd century BC …

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