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  • 21Douglas Haig, 1st Earl Haig — Douglas Haig redirects here. See also Douglas Haig (disambiguation). The Earl Haig Earl Haig Nickname …

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  • 22Narcissistic personality disorder — See also: Narcissism and Malignant narcissism Narcissistic personality disorder Classification and external resources Narcissus by Caravaggio. Narcissus gazing at his own ref …

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  • 23Emily Murphy — (March 14 1868 October 17 1933) was a Canadian women s rights activist. In 1916, she became the first woman magistrate in Canada, and in the British Empire. She is best known for her contributions to Canadian feminism, specifically to the… …

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  • 24History of astrology — The history of Astrology encompasses a great span of human history and many cultures. The belief in a connection between the cosmos and terrestrial matters has also played an important part in human history. See also the main article on astrology …

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  • 25English modal auxiliary verb — In the English language, a modal auxiliary verb is an auxiliary verb (or helping verb ) that can modify the grammatical mood (or mode ) of a verb. The key way to identify a modal auxiliary is by its defectiveness; the modal auxiliaries do not… …

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  • 26Awrah — or Awrat (Arabic: عورة‎) is a term used within Islam which denotes the intimate parts of the body, for both men and women, which must be covered with clothing. Exposing the awrah is unlawful in Islam and is regarded as sin. The exact definition… …

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  • 27Charles Davenport — Charles B. Davenport at a 1921 eugenics conference Born June 1, 1866 …

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  • 28Duress in English law — For United States law on the criminal defense, as well as for duress in contract law, see duress. Duress in English law is a complete common law defence, operating in favour of those who commit crimes because they are forced or compelled to do so …

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  • 29Babylonian astrology — In Babylonia as well as in Assyria as a direct offshoot of Babylonian culture (or as we might also term it Euphratean culture), astrology takes its place in theofficial cult as one of the two chief means at the disposal of the priests (who were… …

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  • 30Epistemic Merit Model — The epistemic merit model is a method for understanding propaganda conceived by Sheryl Tuttle Ross and detailed in her 2002 article for the Journal of Aesthetic Education entitled Understanding Propaganda: The Epistemic Merit Model and Its… …

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  • 31Lettice and Lovage — is a comedic play by Peter Schaffer, author of Equus and Amadeus . The play was written specifically for Dame Maggie Smith, who originated the title role of Lettice Douffet in both the English and American runs of the production.Originally… …

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  • 32Dorian Shainin — Born September 26, 1914(1914 09 26) San Francisco, California …

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  • 33Roy Sorensen — is a professor of philosophy at Dartmouth College in Hannover, NH.An Argument for the Vagueness of Vague (1985)In his article An Argument for the Vagueness of Vague [Analysis, Vol. 45, No. 3 (Jun., 1985), pp. 134 137 Published by: Blackwell… …

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  • 34Schematherapie — Die Schematherapie ist eine Form der Psychotherapie. Sie zählt zur sogenannten dritten Welle der kognitiv verhaltenstherapeutischen Therapien, und erweitert die Methoden der kognitiven Therapie um Elemente psychodynamischer Konzepte und anderer… …

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  • 35crime — crimeless, adj. crimelessness, n. /kruym/, n. 1. an action or an instance of negligence that is deemed injurious to the public welfare or morals or to the interests of the state and that is legally prohibited. 2. criminal activity and those… …

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  • 36defective — defectively, adv. defectiveness, n. /di fek tiv/, adj. 1. having a defect or flaw; faulty; imperfect: a defective machine. 2. Psychol. characterized by subnormal intelligence or behavior. 3. Gram. (of an inflected word or its inflection) lacking… …

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  • 37economic development — Process whereby simple, low income national economies are transformed into modern industrial economies. Theories of economic development the evolution of poor countries dependent on agriculture or resource extraction into prosperous countries… …

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  • 38eye, human — ▪ anatomy Introduction  specialized sense organ capable of receiving visual images, which are then carried to the brain. Anatomy of the visual apparatus Structures auxiliary to the eye The orbit       The eye is protected from mechanical injury… …

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  • 39Homes — • This term, when used in an eleemosynary sense, covers all institutions that afford the general comforts of domestic life to persons who are defective and dependent Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Homes     Homes …

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  • 40transduction — 1. Transfer of genetic material (and its phenotypic expression) from one cell to another by viral infection. 2. A form of genetic recombination in bacteria …

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