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  • 161cloakroom — cloak|room [ˈkləukrum, ru:m US ˈklouk ] n 1.) a small room where you can leave your coat American Equivalent: coatroom 2.) BrE a room in a public building where there are toilets used when you want to be polite American Equivalent: rest room ▪… …

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  • 162cloakroom — cloak|room [ klouk,rum ] noun count 1. ) a COATROOM in a restaurant, theater, etc. 2. ) BRITISH a REST ROOM …

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  • 163Elijah's mantle — cloak of Elijah, robe of Elijah …

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  • 164Cape et poignard — Cloak and Dagger    Film d espionnage de Fritz Lang, d après le roman de Corey Ford et Alistair McBain, avec Gary Cooper, Lilli Palmer, Robert Alda, Vladimir Sokoloff.   Pays: États Unis   Date de sortie: 1946   Technique: noir et blanc   Durée:… …

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  • 165cloakless — cloak·less …

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  • 166cloaklet — cloak·let …

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  • 167cloakroom — cloak•room [[t]ˈkloʊkˌrum, ˌrʊm[/t]] n. 1) a room in which outer garments, umbrellas, etc., may be left temporarily, as in a restaurant 2) brit. Brit. a baggage room, as at a railway station • Etymology: 1850–55 …

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  • 168Metamaterial cloaking — Electromagnetism Electricity · …

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  • 169Queen Zixi of Ix — Infobox Book name = Queen Zixi of Ix, or The Story of the Magic Cloak title orig = translator = image caption = cover of the 1971 Dover Publications edition author = L. Frank Baum illustrator = Frederick Richardson cover artist = country = United …

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  • 170Magical objects in Harry Potter — The following is a list of magical objects used in Harry Potter. These objects exist for the use of the characters in the series by J. K. Rowling. Contents 1 Communication 1.1 Enchanted coins 1.2 Howler …

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  • 171Invisibility — is the state of an object which cannot be seen. An object in this state is said to be invisible (literally, not visible ). The term is usually used as a fantasy/science fiction term, where objects are literally made unseeable by magical or… …

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  • 172Martin of Tours — Saint Martin of Tours Statue of Saint Martin cutting his cloak in two. Höchster Schloss, Höchst. Bishop and Confessor Born 316 AD Savaria …

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  • 173King's Quest (fan games) — There have been several King s Quest fangames both original and retellings of the original games that have been released by various developers. Contents 1 Background 1.1 Fan games 1.2 Fan Games Under development …

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  • 174Mister Jip — Publication information Publisher Marvel Comics Fi …

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  • 175Ahl al-Kisa — (Arabic: ar. اهل الكساء), meaning People of the Cloak , refers to the last Prophet of Islam, Muhammad, his daughter Fatimah, his cousin and son in law Ali, and his two grandsons Hasan and Husayn. Its origin is in the Hadith of the Event of the… …

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  • 176Crossroads (series) — Crossroads Spirit Gate, Shadow Gate, Traitor s Gate Author Kate Elliott Country United States Language English Genre …

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  • 177The Glass Princess — Doctorwhobox serial name=16 19 The Glass Princess writer=Tracy Mann Hill and Michael Charles Hill series= Series 1 length=4 episodes date=October 6 9, 1986 preceding=The Great Rainbow Caper following=Pony Puppy| The Glass Princess is the fourth… …

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  • 178Mayhem (comics) — For the Image comics mini series, see Mayhem! (comics). Mayhem Publication information Publisher Marvel Comics …

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  • 179Māori traditional textiles — An 1847 portrait of Hone Heke and his wife Hariata wearing cloaks made from Phormium tenax fibre Māori traditional textiles are the indigenous textiles of the Māori people of New Zealand. The organisation Te Roopu Raranga Whatu o Aotearoa, the… …

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  • 180Mahiole — Hawaiian feather helmet Man Wearing Feather Cloak and Helmit (sic) attributed to Rembrandt Peale.[1] …

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