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  • 81Law of value — The law of value is a concept in Karl Marx s critique of political economy. Most generally, it refers to a regulative principle of the economic exchange of the products of human work: the relative exchange values of those products in trade,… …

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  • 82Continental (currency) — Continental currency was a paper currency issued by the Continental Congress, after the Revolutionary War began in 1775. Eric P. Newman, a leading authority on the early paper money of America, distinguishes between Continental Currency, issued… …

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  • 83Gold coin — [ thumb|right|A Krugerrand gold coin from South Africa] A gold coin is a flat, disc shaped piece of gold that has been minted and issued by a government or private organization. The first gold coins in history were coined by Egyptian Pharaohs… …

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  • 84Chloé — This article is about the fashion design company. For the human given name, see Chloé (given name). For other uses, see Chloe (disambiguation). Chloé Type Subsidiary of Richemont Industry Fashion Fo …

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  • 85E. M. Washington — Earl Marshawn Washington (born 1962) is an American entrepreneur, printmaker, engraver, and counterfeiter.ActivitiesBeginning in 1998, woodcut prints from Washington began appearing on eBay and elsewhere; Washington claiming variously that the… …

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  • 86USA PATRIOT Act, Title III — The USA PATRIOT Act was passed by the United States Congress in 2001 as a response to the September 11, 2001 attacks. It has ten titles, each containing numerous sections. Title III: International Money Laundering Abatement and Financial Anti… …

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  • 87Citationality — Citationality, in literary criticism, is an author s citation (quoting) of other author s works. Some works are highly citational (making frequent use of numerous allusion to and quotations from other works), while others seem to exist in a… …

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  • 88Legal Tender Modernization Act — The Legal Tender Modernization Act (USBill|107|HR|2528) was a bill proposed by United States Representative Jim Kolbe of Arizona in 2002. Its main goal was to stop the continual production of pennies. The bill also mentions other provisions… …

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  • 89Australian 2 dollar coin — Infobox Coin Country = Australia Denomination = 2 dollar piece Value = 2.00 Unit = AUD Mass = 6.60 Diameter = 20.50 Thickness = 3.20 Edge = interrupted milled Composition = Aluminium bronze (92% Copper, 6% Aluminium, 2% Nickel) Years of Minting …

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  • 90Glue logic — In electronics, glue logic is the custom electronic circuitry needed to achieve compatible interfaces between two (or more) different off the shelf integrated circuits. This is often achieved with a few cheap 7400 or 4000 components, or, in more… …

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  • 91County surveyor — Table of Surveying, from the 1728 Cyclopaedia, Volume 2 …

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  • 92HP Memory spot chip — The Memory Spot chip is an integrated circuit currently in development by Hewlett Packard. The chip incorporates a central processing unit, random access memory and a wireless receiver, all bundled together in a device 1.4 or 2 mm².[1] The… …

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  • 93Georgian wine — Georgia is the oldest wine producing region of Europe, if not the world.Fact|date=July 2008 Because of this, it is often referred to as The birth place of wine or The cradle of wine making .Fact|date=July 2008 The fertile valleys of the South… …

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  • 94Banknotes of the Swiss franc — The first banknotes in Switzerland were issued in 1825 by the Caisse de Dépôt of the city of Berne [ [http://www.hls dhs dss.ch/textes/f/F13750.php?PHPSESSID=d9256e4f53ecad848edcc0214a1ad16f Billets de banque] in Historical Dictionary of… …

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  • 95Parker Sonnet — fountain pens and Parker Sonnet rollerball pens are ranges of pens made by the Parker Pen Company. Sonnet Mk 1 fountain pens were first sold in 1993, but its manufacture has been superseded by the Sonnet Mk 2, which has a wider cap band. Both the …

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  • 96Mandats territoriaux — were a paper bank notes issued as currency by the French Directory in 1796 to replace the assignats which had become virtually worthless. They were land warrants supposedly redeemable in the lands confiscated from royalty, the clergy and the… …

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  • 971988 Topps — This a list with brief descriptions of Topps sports card products for 1988.BaseballBase SetThe 1988 Topps set totals 792 cards and was issued in wax, rack (42 cards plus 1 All Star Game Commemorative card), jumbo packs, vending boxes or factory… …

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  • 98Life of Joseph Smith, Jr. from 1842 to 1844 — The life of Joseph Smith, Jr. from 1842 to 1844 covers the last two years of his life, a prolific and highly controversial period of the Latter Day Saint movementControversy in the City BeautifulOn the evening of May 6, 1842, a gunman shot… …

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  • 99James Copeland — (born January 18, 1823) was an American outlaw during the early mid 1800s. His crimes mostly took place in Mississippi. He was born in Jackson County, Mississippi. James Copeland killed, robbed, and beat many people in his time. He was the co… …

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  • 100Moke (slang) — Moke is a term used by residents of the Hawaiian Islands to describe segments of the local Polynesian population. In practice, the word moke is similar to redneck , as it is only used to describe a certain personality type, instead of an entire… …

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