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  • 181Donatus Magnus — Donatus Magnus, also known as Donatus of Casae Nigra, became leader of a schismatic Christian sect in North Africa. He is believed to have died in exile around 355. Contents 1 Life 2 The Schism 3 Donatism after Donatus …

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  • 182Standing Rules of the United States Senate — The Standing Rules of the Senate are the rules of order adopted by the United States Senate that govern its procedure. The rules are set by the Senate itself, as set down in of the United States Constitution. The stricter rules are waived by… …

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  • 183Giulio Ricordi — (december 19 1840 June 6 1912) was an Italian editor and musician.Ricordi was born in Milan, where he also died.With the nickname Jules Burgmein, Ricordi contributed a very great deal to the prestige of the Casa Ricordi, publishing company of his …

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  • 184Sir Robert Munro, 6th Baronet — For other people named Robert Munro, see Robert Munro (disambiguation). Robert Munro, 6th Baronet Born 1684 Died 1746 Falkirk Allegiance British …

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  • 185Keichū — (1640 April 3 1701) was a Buddhist priest and a scholar of Kokugaku in the mid Edo period. Keichū’s grandfather was a personal retainer of Kato Kiyomasa but his father was a rōnin from the Amagasaki fief. When he was 13, Keichū left home to… …

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  • 186Religion in Nazi Germany — For the attitude of the Nazi Party towards religion, and the significance of occultism and paganism, see the article religious aspects of Nazism. Part of a series on …

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  • 187Irving Kanarek — (born 1917) is a retired criminal defense attorney best known for representing Charles Manson and Onion Field killer Jimmy Lee Smith.EducationKanarek s first career was as an aerospace engineer working for North American Aviation, where he… …

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  • 188Committee of the Whole — A Committee of the Whole is a device in which a legislative body or other deliberative assembly is considered one large committee. All members of the legislative body are members of such a committee. This is usually done for the purposes of… …

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  • 189Cessor — In English law, a cessor was one dilatory, negligent, and delinquent in his duty or service, and who thereby incurred the danger of the law, and was liable to have the writ of cessavit brought against him. Where it was said the tenant cesseth ,… …

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  • 190Chokkanatha Nayak — Mannar Chokkanatha Nayakkar King of Madurai Kingdom Reign 1662– 1682C.E. Birthplace Madurai Died Circa 1682 Place of death …

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  • 1911975 Pulitzer Prize — The Pulitzer Prizes for 1975, the 59th annual prizes, were ratified by the Pulitzer Prize advisory board on April 11, 1975 and by the trustees of Columbia University on May 5. [http://www.nytimes.com/books/99/08/15/specials/albee pulitzer.html… …

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  • 192The Unband — Infobox musical artist Name = The Unband Img capt = Img size = Landscape = Background = group or band Alias = Origin = Newton, Massachusetts Genre = Rock, Punk, Metal Years active = 18± Label = Associated acts = URL = theunband.com;… …

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  • 193Mexican general election 2006 controversies — Mexico This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Mexico …

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  • 194Lazarus Stewart — Captain Lazarus Stewart (July 4 1734 – July 3 1778) was an 18th century Pennsylvanian frontiersman and leader of the Paxton Boys. He achieved notoriety by leading the massacre of the Susquehannocks in 1763, and was a prominent military commander… …

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  • 195Saber noise — or saber rattling (Spanish: ruido de sables ) refers to a historical incident in Chilean history that took place on September 3, 1924, when a group of young military officers protested against the political class and the postponement of social… …

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  • 196List of games on I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue — This is a list of games featured on BBC Radio 4 s long running antidote to panel games , I m Sorry I Haven t a Clue. Some are featured more frequently than others. Contents 1 The Bad Tempered Clavier 2 Blues 3 Board o …

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  • 197James Millar — (1762 1827) was a Scottish physician and natural scientist who edited the fourth and fifth editions of the Encyclopædia Britannica. Although a good writer on scientific topics, he was deemed a poor chief editor of the Britannica , being slow and… …

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  • 198Elijah Williams — (7 October 1809 – 8 September 1854) was an eminent British chess player of the mid 19th century. The first president of the Clifton Chess Club, he was famed for the slowness of his play. He was known to take an average of 2½ hours per move during …

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  • 199The Holocaust — Holocaust and Shoah redirect here. For other uses, see Holocaust (disambiguation) and Shoah (disambiguation). Selection on …

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  • 200Employment Relations Act 2000 — Infobox NZ Legislation short title=Employment Relations Act long title= No long title introduced by= date passed=2000 royal assent= commencement= October 2 2000 amendments= 2001, 2004 related legislation= Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration… …

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