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  • 161Daniel A. Helminiak — (1942 ) is an author, lecturer, Catholic priest and theologian, and professor in the department of humanistic and transpersonal psychology at the University of West Georgia, near Atlanta. Contents 1 Early life and ordination 2 Pastor 3 Professor …

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  • 162Customs and etiquette of Japan — Japan has a code of etiquette that governs the expectations of social behavior and is considered very important. Many books instruct readers on its minutiae.Some customs here may be very regional practices, and thus may not exist in all regions… …

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  • 163Basket Case (novel) — infobox Book | name = Basket Case title orig = translator = image caption = Cover to first edition author = Carl Hiaasen cover artist = country = United States language = English series = genre = Crime novel publisher = Alfred A. Knopf (USA)… …

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  • 164Memphis Mafia — Elvis Presley in 1970 The Memphis Mafia was the nickname for a group of friends, associates, employees and yes men whose main function was to be around Elvis Presley from 1954 until he died. Several filled practical roles in the singer s life.… …

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  • 165Evan Wolfson — Infobox Person name = Evan Wolfson image size = 250px caption = Evan Wolfson birth date = birth date and age|1957|02|04 birth place = Brooklyn, New York death date = death place = occupation = Attorney spouse = parents = children =Evan Wolfson… …

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  • 166Kelo v. City of New London — SCOTUSCase Litigants=Kelo v. New London ArgueDate=February 22 ArgueYear=2005 DecideDate=June 23 DecideYear=2005 FullName=Susette Kelo, et al. v. City of New London, Connecticut, et al. Citation=125 S. Ct. 2655; 162 L. Ed. 2d 439; 2005 U.S. LEXIS… …

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  • 167Interpersonal skills — refers to mental and communicative algorithms applied during social communications and interactions in order to reach certain effects or results. The term interpersonal skills is used often in business contexts to refer to the measure of a person …

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  • 168Humphrey Appleby — Infobox character name = Sir Humphrey Appleby GCB, KBE, MVO, MA (Oxon) other names =Humpy caption = Sir Humphrey Appleby portrayer = Sir Nigel Hawthorne first = Open Government last = The Tangled Web last cause = age = occupation = Permanent… …

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  • 169Seascape (play) — Infobox Play name = Seascape image size = caption = writer = Edward Albee characters = Nancy Leslie Charlie Sarah setting = premiere = January 26, 1975 place = Shubert Theatre New York City, New York orig lang = English subject = genre = Drama… …

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  • 170Namorita — Prentiss Namorita painting by Julie Bell Publication information Publisher Marvel Comics …

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  • 171Japanese values — are cultural assumptions and ideals particular to Japanese culture. Empathy and Human Relations In Japanese mythology, the gods display humanist emotions, such as love and anger. [cite book |first=B.H. |last=Chamberlain |authorlink=Basil Hall… …

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  • 172Media bias in the United States — Journalism News · Writing style Ethics · Objectivity Values · …

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  • 173Elisabeth Bumiller — (born May 15, 1956) is an American author and journalist who is currently a national affairs correspondent for the New York Times .PersonalShe has been married since 1983 to Steven R. Weisman, also a former White House correspondent, who reported …

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  • 174Gender differences in spoken Japanese — The Japanese language is unusual among major languages in the high degree to which the speech of women collectively differs from that of men. Differences in the ways that girls and boys use language have been detected in children as young as… …

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  • 175French name — This article describes the conventions for using people s names in France, including the norms of custom and practice, as well as the legal aspects. Contents 1 Styles and forms of address 1.1 Madame, Mademoiselle, Monsieur 1.2 Military …

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  • 176Disturbing the peace — is a crime generally defined as the unsettling of proper order in a public space through one s actions. This can include creating loud noise by fighting or challenging to fight, disturbing others by loud and unreasonable noise (including loud… …

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  • 177Standard of review — In law, the standard of review is the amount of deference given by one court (or some other appellate tribunal) in reviewing a decision of a lower court or tribunal. A low standard of review means that the decision under review will be varied or… …

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  • 178Levko Revutsky — Levko Mykolayevich Revutsky ( uk. Левко Миколайович Ревуцький) was born on February 20, 1889 and died March 30, 1977. He was a renowned 20th century Ukrainian composer who pioneered the piano sonata, a teacher, and a public figure. One of his… …

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  • 179Bernard Jean Bettelheim — (1811, Pressburg d. February 9 1870) was a Christian missionary to Okinawa, the first Protestant missionary to be active there.BiographyBettelheim was born into a noted Jewish family in Pressburg, Hungary, in 1811. He studied, from a very early… …

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  • 180The Normal Heart — Cover of the paperback edition released by Plume in October 1985 Written by Larry Kramer Date premiered Ap …

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