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  • 181consignable — adjective see consign …

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  • 184The World Factbook —   …

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  • 185Excommunication — A depiction of Pope Gregory IX excommunicating. Excommunication is a religious censure used to deprive, suspend or limit membership in a religious …

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  • 186Flute — The flute is a musical instrument of the woodwind family. Unlike other woodwind instruments, a flute is a reedless wind instrument that produces its sound from the flow of air against an edge.A musician who plays the flute can be referred to as a …

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  • 187Pope Nicholas V — Nicholas V Papacy began March 6, 1447 Papacy ended March 24, 1455 Predecessor …

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  • 188John Singer Sargent — Infobox Artist bgcolour = #6495ED name = John Singer Sargent imagesize = 270px caption = Self Portrait , 1906, oil on canvas, 70 x 53 cm, Uffizi Gallery, Florence. birthname = birthdate = January 12, 1856 location = Florence, Italy deathdate =… …

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  • 189Paul Merton — Infobox Comedian name = Paul Merton imagesize = 240px caption = Merton at Ely Maltings, after giving a talk on his book Silent Comedy . pseudonym = birth name = Paul James Martin birth date = Birth date and age|1957|7|9|df=yes birth place =… …

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  • 190Charles II of Spain — Charles II King of Spain Reign 17 September 1665 – 1 November 1700 ( 1000000000000003500000035 years, 100000000000000450000 …

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  • 191Nikolai Kibalchich — Nikolai Ivanovich Kibalchich Born 1853 Korop, Chernigov Governorate, Russian Empire (today Ukraine) Died April 3, 1881(1881 04 03) Saint Petersburg …

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  • 192Dead letter office — This article is about the postal facility. For the album by R.E.M., see Dead Letter Office (album). Dead letter office, probably in Washington, D.C.; September 1922 The United States Postal Service started a dead letter office in 1825 to deal… …

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  • 193Andrea Mantegna — St. Sebastian, 1480; panel; Musée du Louvre Birth name Andrea Mantegna Born c. 1431 I …

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  • 194Hagar (Bible) — Hagar (Since the 1970s the custom has arisen of giving the name Hagar to newborn female babies. The giving of this name is often taken as a controversial political act, marking the parents as being left leaning and supporters of reconciliation… …

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  • 195Mokpo — 목포   Municipal City   Korean transcription(s)  – Hangul 목포시  – Hanja 木浦市  –  …

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  • 196Room 101 (TV series) — Infobox television show name = Room 101 country=United Kingdom caption = The titles of the Nick Hancock episodes of Room 101 . format = Comedy talk show picture format = runtime = 30 Minutes creator = starring = Nick Hancock (1994 1997) Paul… …

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  • 197Mark Viduka — Personal information Full name Mark Anthony Viduka Date of birth 9 October 1975 ( …

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  • 198Pete Hamill — Infobox Writer image size = name = Pete Hamill caption = nationality = American birth date = birth date and age|1935 birth place = Brooklyn, New York, USA occupation = writer known for = novelist website = http://www.petehamill.com/ footnotes… …

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  • 199Varna (Hinduism) — Varna ( sa. वर्ण IAST|varṇa ) is a Sanskrit term derived from the root IAST2| vṛ meaning to enclose . [ M. Mayrhofer, Etymological Dictionary II 518] In historical Indic traditions the varna and caste systems are not the same system, although… …

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  • 200Vincent of Saragossa — Infobox Saint name= Saint Vincent of Saragossa birth date= death date= 304 AD feast day= January 22 venerated in= Roman Catholic Church imagesize= 250px caption= 16th century painting of Vincent by an anonymous painter. birth place= Huesca, Spain …

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