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  • 21Islamic view of Moses — Musa redirects here. For other uses, see Musa (disambiguation). Musa with a cane in his hand, 15th century Persian miniature, Czartoryski Museum Lineage of six prominent prophets according to Islamic tradition …

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  • 22guerrilla warfare — the use of hit and run tactics by small, mobile groups of irregular forces operating in territory controlled by a hostile, regular force. [1835 45] * * * ▪ military tactics Introduction also spelled  guerilla warfare        type of warfare fought …

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  • 23aggrieve — verb 1. infringe on the rights of • Topics: ↑law, ↑jurisprudence • Hypernyms: ↑wrong • Verb Frames: Somebody s somebody 2. cause to feel sorrow …

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  • 24John of Shanghai and San Francisco — Infobox Saint name = John of Shanghai and San Francisco imagesize=150px caption= St. John on his arrival in Shanghai titles= Hierarch, Wonderworker venerated in= Eastern Orthodoxy birth date= birth date|1896|6|4|df=y birth place= Adamovka,… …

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  • 25grief — n. 1. Sorrow, regret, affliction, distress, tribulation, woe, dole, sadness, bitterness, anguish, misery, agony, heartache, heartbreak, heavy heart, bleeding heart, broken heart, pain of mind, mental suffering. 2. Trial, grievance, cause of… …

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  • 26Viet Cong and PAVN battle tactics — Soldier of a NLF/Viet Cong Main Force Unit. They shared common arms, procedures, tactics, organization and personnel with PAVN. Viet Cong and PAVN battle tactics comprised a flexible mix of guerrilla and conventional warfare battle tactics used… …

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  • 27Ann Putnam — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Putnam. Ann Putnam Junior, tout comme Betty Parris et Abigail Williams, fut un témoin important du procès des sorcières de Salem. Née le 18 octobre 1679, Ann était l aînée des enfants de Thomas et Ann… …

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  • 28grievance — n. 1. Hardship, wrong, injury, burden, oppression. 2. Grief, trial, cause of sorrow, sorrow, affliction, distress, woe …

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  • 29woe — [wō] n. [ME wo < OE wa, woe < IE interj. * wai > ON væ, Goth wai, Welsh gwae, L vae] 1. great sorrow; grief; misery 2. a cause of sorrow; affliction; trouble interj. alas …

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  • 30Ann Putnam, Jr. — Ann Putnam, Jr. (October 18, 1679 ndash; 1716). Along with Elizabeth Betty Parris, Mary Walcott and Abigail Williams, Ann Putnam Jr. was an important witness at the Salem Witch Trials of Massachusetts during the later portion of 17th century… …

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  • 31del-3 (dol-), delǝ- —     del 3 (dol ), delǝ     English meaning: to split, divide     Deutsche Übersetzung: ‘spalten, schnitzen, kunstvoll behauen”     Material: O.Ind. dü̆ la yati ‘splits, makes break, crack”, dálati “cracks” (meaning influenced by phálati “ broken …

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  • 32Sophiatown, Gauteng — Sophiatown (pronounced with a long, stressed i ) (also known as Sof town or Kofifi ) is a suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa. It is located in Region 4 [http://www.joburg.org.za/regions/region4 about.stm] . Originally called Sophiatown, it was… …

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  • 33Eloise (psychiatric hospital) — Eloise was a psychiatric hospital located in southeastern Michigan.It operated from 1839 to the early 1980s, and housed not only the mentally ill, but poor and sick people as well. At its prime, Eloise consisted of 78 buildings and 902 acres (3.7 …

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  • 34St. Basil the Great —     St. Basil the Great     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Basil the Great     Bishop of Caesarea, and one of the most distinguished Doctors of the Church. Born probably 329; died 1 January, 379. He ranks after Athanasius as a defender of the… …

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  • 35grievance — griev·ance / grē vəns/ n 1: a cause of distress (as an unsatisfactory working condition or unfair labor practice) felt to afford a reason for complaint or dispute; esp: a violation of a collective bargaining agreement usu. by the employer 2: the… …

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  • 36Eleni of Ethiopia — Eleni or Helena (died April, 1522) was the wife of Zara Yaqob, and Empress of Ethiopia. She played a significant role in the government of Ethiopia during her lifetime, acting as regent or advisor to a number of Emperors; one testimony of this is …

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  • 37Sonya Rostova — is a character in Leo Tolstoy s 1869 novel War and Peace, and in the Sergey Prokofiev s 1955 opera War and Peace based on it. Sonya is introduced towards the start of the novel as the orphaned niece of the count and countess, Ilya and Natalia… …

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  • 38Maurice le Sage d'Hauteroche d'Hulst —     Maurice Le Sage d Hauteroche d Hulst     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Maurice Le Sage d Hauteroche d Hulst     A prelate, writer, orator; born at Paris, 10 Oct., 1841; died there, 6 Nov., 1896. After a distinguished course in the Collège… …

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  • 39black sheep —     We speak figuratively of the one black sheep that is the cause of sorrow in a family; but in its reality it is regarded by the Sussex shepherd as an omen of good luck to his flock (Folk Lore Record 1 (1878), 8). A number of other nineteenth… …

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  • 40lam|en|ta|ble — «LAM uhn tuh buhl, luh MEHN », adjective. 1. giving cause for sorrow; to be regretted or pitied: »a lamentable accident. It was a lamentable day when our dog was run over. SYNONYM(S): pitiable, deplorable. 2. not so good; inferior; pitiful: »a… …

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