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  • 101Charles, Prince of Wales — The Prince of Wales redirects here. For other people known as Prince of Wales, see Prince of Wales. Prince Charles redirects here. For other people known as Prince Charles, see Prince Charles (disambiguation). Prince Charles …

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  • 102Majestic plural — Royal we redirects here. For the song by Silversun Pickups, see The Royal We. The majestic plural (pluralis maiestatis/majestatis in Latin, literally, the plural of majesty, maiestatis being in the genitive case), is the use of a plural pronoun… …

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  • 103Stephen Breyer — Infobox Judge name = Stephen Gerald Breyer imagesize = caption = office = Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court termstart = August 3, 1994 termend = nominator = Bill Clinton appointer = predecessor = Harry A. Blackmun successor =… …

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  • 104Pierre Paul Royer-Collard — (21 June 1763 2 September 1845), was a French statesman and philosopher, leader of the Doctrinaires group during the Bourbon Restoration (1814 1830).BiographyHe was born at Sompuis, near Vitry le François (Marne), the son of Anthony Royer, a… …

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  • 105National Gallery of Australia — Established 1967 Location Parkes, Australian Capital Territory, Australia Director Ron Radford …

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  • 106We — (IPAEng|wiː) is the first person, plural personal pronoun (subject case) in Modern English. Etymology From Old English wé , which was pronounced something like way in modern English. It is related to West Frisian wy , Dutch wij , German wir ,… …

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  • 107Columbo (TV series) — Infobox Television show name = Columbo caption = Peter Falk as Lt. Columbo format = Television movie Mystery Police procedural camera = Single camera picture format = Film audio format = Monaural Stereophonic Sound runtime = 30 x 73 minutes 39 x… …

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  • 108Perturbation theory (quantum mechanics) — In quantum mechanics, perturbation theory is a set of approximation schemes directly related to mathematical perturbation for describing a complicated quantum system in terms of a simpler one. The idea is to start with a simple system for which a …

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  • 109Samuel Rowley — was a 17th century English dramatist and actor.Rowley first appears in the historical record as an associate of Philip Henslowe in the late 1590s. Initially he appears to have been an actor, perhaps a sharer, in the Admiral s Men, who performed… …

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  • 110Francia — or Frankia, later also called the Frankish Empire ( la. imperium Francorum), Frankish Kingdom (Latin: regnum Francorum , Kingdom of the Franks ), Frankish Realm or occasionally Frankland, was the territory inhabited and ruled by the Franks from… …

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  • 111Wings (TV series) — infobox television show name = Wings format = sitcom runtime = 30 minutes per episode (with commercials) caption = creator = David Angell Peter Casey David Lee starring = Timothy Daly Steven Weber Crystal Bernard David Schramm Rebecca Schull… …

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  • 112Jane Pauley — Margaret Jane Pauley (born October 31, 1950, in Indianapolis, Indiana) is an American television journalist, and has been involved in news reporting since 1975. She is most known for her 13 year tenure on NBC s Today program and later 12 years of …

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  • 113Josiah Bartlet — For the signatory of the Declaration of Independence, see Josiah Bartlett. Josiah Bartlet The West Wing character First appearance …

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  • 114Emperor Wen of Han — Infobox Chinese Royalty name = Han Wendi native name = 漢文帝 temple name = Taizong (太宗) caption = reign = 180 BC 157 BC predecessor = successor = Qi (劉啟), Crown Prince suc type = spouse = Empress Dou (竇皇后) issue = Qi (劉啟), Crown Prince Wu (劉武),… …

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  • 115Jacksonian democracy — refers to the political philosophy of United States President Andrew Jackson and his supporters. Jackson s policies followed in the footsteps of Thomas Jefferson. Jackson s Democratic Party was resisted by the rival Whig Party. More broadly, the… …

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  • 116Rights and responsibilities of marriages in the United States — According to the United States Government Accountability Office (GAO), there are over a thousand federal laws that treat married people differently from single people. It should be noted that these rights and responsibilities apply only to male… …

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  • 117Ali Khamenei — سید علی حسینی خامنه‌ای Əli Xameneyi Supreme Leader of Iran Incumbent …

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  • 118Worcester v. Georgia — SCOTUSCase Litigants=Worcester v. Georgia ArgueDate=February 20 ArgueYear=1832 DecideDate=March 3 DecideYear=1832 FullName=Samuel A. Worcester, Plaintiff in Error v. The State of Georgia USVol=31 USPage=515 Citation=8 L. Ed. 483 Prior=Plaintiff… …

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  • 119HSBC Main Building, Hong Kong — Infobox Skyscraper building name = HSBC Main Building 香港上海滙豐銀行新總行大廈 caption = HSBC Main Building in June 2008 year highest = year end = plural = location = Flagicon|Hong Kong Hong Kong coordinates = coord|22|16|48|N|114|9|34|E|region:HK… …

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  • 120New Statesman — For other uses, see New Statesmen (disambiguation). New Statesman Type Weekly Format Magazine Owner Mike Danson (Full stake) Editor Jason Cowley (from September 2008) Founded 1913 …

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