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  • 181Emunoth ve-Deoth — ( he. אמונות ודעות; Hebrew: Beliefs and Opinions ) written by Rabbi Saadia Gaon originally Kitab al Amanat wal l tikadat ( Book of the Articles of Faith and Doctrines of Dogma ) was the first systematic presentation and philosophic foundation of… …

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  • 182Jurassic Coast — Coordinates: 50°42′20″N 2°59′23.6″W / 50.70556°N 2.989889°W / 50.70556; 2.989889 …

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  • 183Headlands and bays — Main articles: Bay and Headland Headlands and bays are two related features of the coastal environment. Contents 1 Geology and geography 2 Beach stability 3 Notes …

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  • 184Islamic architecture — The Shah Mosque, constructed in 1629, in Isfahan, Iran. Si y …

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  • 185Campanology — and sounded as well as the various methods devised to perform bell ringing. In particular, it is common to collect together a set of tuned bells and treat the whole as one musical instrument. Such collections such as a Flemish carillon, a Russian …

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  • 186Lulworth Cove — is a cove near the village of West Lulworth, on the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site in Dorset, south England. The cove is one of the finest examples of such a landform in the world, and is a popular tourist location, with over 1 million… …

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  • 187Shoal — Bar (landform) redirects here. For other uses, see Bar (disambiguation)#Landforms. Sandbank redirects here. For other uses, see Sandbank (disambiguation). For other uses, see Shoal (disambiguation). Sandbar between St. Agnes and Gugh on the Isles …

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  • 188Spit (landform) — For other uses of the term, see Spit (disambiguation). Diagram showing a spit A spit or sandspit is a deposition landform found off coasts. At one end, spits connect to land, and extend into the sea.[1] A spit is a type of bar or beach that …

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  • 189Rip current — Riptide redirects here. For other uses, see Riptide (disambiguation). Rip current, as seen from above. The beach is visible at the right top …

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  • 190New Monarchs — The New Monarchs was a concept developed by European historians during the first half of the 20th century to characterize 15th century European rulers who unified their respective nations, creating stable and centralized governments.[1] This… …

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  • 191Anthropometry — Illustration from The Speaking Portrait (Pearson s Magazine, Vol XI, January to June 1901) demonstrating the principles of Bertillon s anthropometry. Anthropometry (Greek anthropos (άνθρωπος man ) and metron (μέτρον measure ) therefore… …

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  • 192Problem of Hell — The problem of hell is an argument against the existence of God. It is a variant of the problem of evil, applying specifically to religions which hold both that:# An omnipotent (all powerful), omniscient (all knowing), and omnibenevolent (all… …

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  • 193Isle of Purbeck — The Isle of Purbeck, not a true island but a peninsula, is in the county of Dorset, England. It is bordered by the English Channel to the south and east, where steep cliffs fall to the sea; and by the marshy lands of the River Frome and Poole… …

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  • 194Wave-cut platform — Wave cut platform. In this case, alternating hard and soft layers have been folded up vertically and eroded by the tides, resulting in a regular ripple pattern at the surface. A wave cut platform, or shore platform is the narrow flat area often… …

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  • 195Gifford Lectures — The Gifford Lectures were established by the will of Adam Lord Gifford (died 1887). They were established to promote and diffuse the study of Natural Theology in the widest sense of the term mdash; in other words, the knowledge of God. The term… …

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  • 196Ivo of Chartres — Ivo (Yves) of Chartres (c. 1040 23 December 1115) was the Bishop of Chartres during the late 12th century through to the early 13th century, and was an important contributor to the understanding of Canon Law during the time of the Investiture… …

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  • 197Durdle Door — Durdle Door, Dorset. Durdle Door is a natural limestone arch on the Jurassic Coast near Lulworth in Dorset, England.[1] It is privately owned by the Welds, a family who ow …

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  • 198Continental shelf — Marine habitats Anatomy of a continental shelf off the south eastern coast of the United States Littoral zone Intertidal zone …

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  • 199Rosy Cross — The rosy cross (also called rose cross and rose croix ) is a symbol largely associated with the semi mythical Christian Rosencreutz (1378 1484), alchemist and founder of the Rosicrucian Order. It has several meanings, depending on the source.… …

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  • 200God's Word (Bible translation) — GOD S WORD is an English translation of the Bible translated by the God s Word to the Nations Society. HistoryThe God s Word Translation (GWT) of the bible was produced by the God s Word to the Nations Bible Society in Cleveland, Ohio, by members …

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