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  • 101Hunter-warrior (Battle Angel Alita) — Hunter warrior is a term used in the Battle Angel Alita manga and Battle Angel OVA for bounty hunters in the Scrapyard who are registered with the Factory. This makes them eligible to pursue wanted criminals and collect the bounties on them.… …

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  • 102Aztec cuisine — The most important staple of Aztec cuisine was maize (corn), a crop that was so important to Aztec society that it played a central part in their mythology. Just like wheat in Europe or rice in most of East Asia, it was the food without which a… …

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  • 103Linenfold — (or linen fold) is a simple style of relief carving used to decorate wood panelling with a design imitating window tracery , [Whiton, Augustus Sherrill. Interior Design and Decoration . Lippincott, 1974. ISBN 0397473028. Page 72.] imitating… …

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  • 104Bank of England note issues — The Bank of England, which is now the Central Bank of the United Kingdom, has issued banknotes since 1694. Since 1970, its new series of notes have featured portraits of British historical figures. Of the eight banks authorised to issue banknotes …

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  • 105Discrete transistor — Discrete transistors are transistors that are individually packaged.The two main categories of packaging are through hole (or leaded ), and surface mount , also known as surface mount device (SMD).Transistor packages are made of glass, metal,… …

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  • 106Black Spectre — is the name a fictional organization in the Marvel Universe which first appeared in Daredevil #108. It is also the name of a ficitional supervillain who first appeared in Moon Knight #25.Black Spectre (organization)Infobox comics organization… …

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  • 107Waterfowl decoy collecting — HistoryEver since Joel Barber, the first known decoy collector, started in 1918, decoys have become increasingly viewed as an important form of North American folk art. Barber s book Wild Fowl Decoys, was the first book on decoys as collectible… …

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  • 108William I of Baux — ( oc. Guilhèm dei Bauç , archaic Guillem or Guilhem dels Baus, fr. Guillaume des Baux or du Baus, la. Guillelmus de Balcio; c. 1155 ndash; June 1218) was the Prince of Orange from 1182 until his death. He was an important Provençal nobleman.… …

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  • 109Bucket shop (stock market) — Bucket shop is a brokerage firm that “books (i.e., takes the opposite side of) retail customer orders without actually having them executed on an exchange. [http://www.cftc.gov/opa/glossary/opaglossary b.htm Glossary, US Commodity Futures Trading …

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  • 110Consumer Protection Act 1987 — United Kingdom Parliament Long title An Act to make provision with respect to the liability of persons for damage caused by defective products; to consolidate with amendments the Consumer Safety Act 1978 and the Consumer Safety (Amendme …

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  • 111Credit card — Personal finance Credit and debt Pawnbroker Student loan Employment contract Salary Wage Empl …

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  • 112Currency of Venezuela — This article provides a historical summary of the currency used in Venezuela since the end of the 18th century. For the present currency of Venezuela, see Venezuelan bolívar. Contents 1 Pre independence currency 1.1 Coin 1.1.1 1787 lightweight… …

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  • 113Duncan Black MacDonald — (1863 1943) was an American Orientalist. He studied Semitic languages at Glasgow and then Berlin, before teaching at the Hartford Theological Seminary in the United States. His main scholarly interest was Muslim theology, which led him to the… …

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  • 114Currency of Colombia — Contents 1 Spanish colonial coinage 1.1 1622–1756 Cob coinage (macuquina) 1.2 1756–1822 Milled coinage 1.3 1813–1820 Necessity coinage …

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  • 115George Galloway — Infobox MP honorific prefix = name =George Galloway honorific suffix = MP caption = Galloway in 2007. birth date =birth date and age |df=yes|1954|8|16 birth place =Dundee, Scotland residence = death date = death place = salary = term start = 5… …

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  • 116United States dollar — USD redirects here. For other uses, see USD (disambiguation). United States dollar …

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  • 117cicero — /sis euh roh /, n., pl. ciceros. Print. a Continental unit of measurement for type, equal to 12 Didot points, or 0.178 in. (4.5 mm), roughly comparable to a pica. [named after the type cast for a 15th century edition of Cicero s De Oratore] * * * …

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  • 118Cicero — /sis euh roh /, n. 1. Marcus Tullius /tul ee euhs/, ( Tully ), 106 43 B.C., Roman statesman, orator, and writer. 2. a city in NE Illinois, near Chicago. 61,232. * * * ▪ German spy pseudonym of  Elyesa Bazna   born 1904, Albania? died Dec. 21,… …

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  • 119photoengraving — /foh toh en gray ving/, n. 1. a photographic process of preparing printing plates for letterpress printing. 2. a plate so produced. 3. a print made from it. [1870 75; PHOTO + ENGRAVING] * * * Any of several processes for producing printing plates …

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  • 120coin collecting — Systematic accumulation and study of coins, tokens, paper money, and objects of similar form and purpose. The long held view that coin collecting began with the Italian Renaissance has been challenged by growing evidence that the activity is far… …

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