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  • 181Domodedovo International Airport bombing — 2011 Domodedovo Airport bombing Domodedovo Airport s passenger terminal (2007) Location Domodedovo Airport Domodedovsky District, Moscow Oblast, Russia …

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  • 1822010 Badakhshan massacre — Badakhshan Province, Afghanistan Location Badakhshan Province, Afghanistan …

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  • 183Schism of the Three Chapters — The Schism of the Three Chapters was a schism that affected the Roman Catholic Church in North Italy lasting from 553 to 698 AD, although the area out of communion with Rome contracted throughout that time. It was part of a larger Three Chapter… …

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  • 1842009 Malagasy political crisis — Protesters in Antananarivo on 26 January 2009 Date Janua …

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  • 1852010 Stockholm bombings — Police closed off Drottninggatan after the bombing at the corner with Bryggargatan (the lane to the left). Location …

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  • 186Occupy Wall Street — This article is about the protests in New York City. For the wider movement, see Occupy movement. Occupy Wall Street Part of the Occupy movement …

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  • 187Organisation of Islamic Cooperation — OIC redirects here. For other uses, see OIC (disambiguation). Organisation of Islamic Cooperation           …

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  • 188Occupy Cal — Occupy Cal, November 15, 2011 Occupy Cal is an ongoing series of demonstrations that began on November 9, 2011, on the University of California, Berkeley campus in Berkeley, California. It is allied with the Occupy Wall Street movement in New… …

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  • 189October 2007 clashes in Hakkâri — October 2007 clashes in Hakkari Part of the Turkey – Kurdistan Workers Party conflict Districts of Hakkâri Province (Turkey) …

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  • 190reprobate — I adjective accusable, bad, base, blameworthy, corrupt, criminal, culpable, degenerate, depraved, disgusting, disreputable, dissolute, evil minded, facinorous, felonious, flagitious, flagrant, hardened, heinous, immoral, incorrigible, infamous,… …

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  • 191censure — cen·sure / sen chər/ n: an expression of official disapproval a House resolution approving a censure of the representative censure vt Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 192animadvert — index blame, comment, complain (criticize), condemn (blame), criticize (find fault with), deno …

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  • 193berate — index blame, castigate, censure, complain (criticize), condemn (blame), criticize (find fault with …

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  • 194call to account — index arraign, blame, castigate, cite (accuse), condemn (blame), convict, denounce ( …

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  • 195castigate — I verb admonish, be severe, berate, call to account, castigare, caution, censure bitterly, chasten, chastise, chide, criticize severely, deal retributive justice, discipline, excoriate, execrate, expostulate, objurgate, rebuke, remonstrate,… …

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  • 196cavil — I verb attack, belittle, calumniari, carp, carpere, censure frivolously, complain frivolously, condemn, criticize frivolously, decry, denigrate, denounce, deprecate, deride, disapprove, discredit, disparage frivolously, faultfind, find fault with …

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  • 197chide — index blame, browbeat, castigate, censure, complain (criticize), condemn (blame), criticize ( …

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  • 198declaim against — index censure, complain (charge), condemn (blame), decry, denounce (condemn), disapprove ( …

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  • 199denigrate — I verb abase, accuse, asperse, attack, attaint, belittle, besmear, besmirch, bespatter, blacken, blacken one s good name, blemish, brand, call names, calumniate, cast aspersions, charge, compromise, condemn, criticize, decry, defame, degrade,… …

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  • 200deprecate — I verb abominari, asperse, belittle, berate, cast aspersions, charge, decry, demean, denigrate, denounce, deplore, derogate, detract, disapprove, disclaim, discommend, discredit, disdain, disfavor, dislike, disparage, dispraise, disvalue.… …

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