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  • 141 Alfred von Waldersee — Waldersee redirects here. For the quarter of the German city of Dessau, see Waldersee (Dessau). Field Marshal von Waldersee Postcard of 1901 Alfred Ludwig Heinrich Karl Graf von Waldersee[1] (8 April 1832, Potsdam – 5 March 1 …

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  • 142 Roger Peyrefitte — (August 17, 1907 ndash; November 5, 2000) was a French diplomat, writer of bestseller novels and gossipy non fiction, and a defender of gay rights.Life and workBorn in Castres to a wealthy family, Peyrefitte went to Jesuit and Lazarist boarding… …

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  • 143 Notable American Women —   …

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  • 144 Sisu — is a Finnish term that could be roughly translated into English as strength of will, determination, perseverance, and acting rationally in the face of adversity. The equivalent in English is to have guts , and indeed, the word derives from sisus …

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  • 145 Com Defeito de Fabricação — Studio album by Tom Zé Genre MPB Length 36:35 Professional reviews …

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  • 146 Kenneth Slessor — Kenneth Adolf Slessor (March 27, 1901–June 30, 1971)cite web |title= MS 3020 Papers of Kenneth Adolf Slessor (1901 1971)|publisher= National Library of Australia|url= http://www.nla.gov.au/ms/findaids/3020.html#bio |accessdate=2008 08 29] was an… …

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  • 147 American Jews — Ethnic group group = American Jews Steven Spielberg • Barbra Streisand • Jon Stewart Norman Mailer • Michael Bloomberg • Albert Einstein Scarlett Johansson • Ruth Bader Ginsburg • Mel Brooks Louis Brandeis • Hank Greenberg • Milton Friedman pop …

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  • 148 Submission (film) — Infobox Film name = Submission caption = director = producer = Theo van Gogh writer = Ayaan Hirsi Ali starring = music = cinematography = editing = distributor = VPRO released = August 29, 2004 runtime = country = awards = language = budget =… …

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  • 149 Julius Pollux — (Ιούλιος Πολυδεύκης, Ioulios Poludeukes) (2nd century AD) was a Greek [Encyclopaedia Britannica [http://www.britannica.com/eb/article 9060658/Julius Pollux Greek scholar and rhetorician from Naukratis, Egypt. ] ] or Egyptian [George Sarton (1936) …

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  • 150 Warheads (comics) — Infobox comic book title title=Warheads imagesize= caption= schedule=Monthly ongoing =Y publisher=Marvel UK date=January 1992 May 1993 issues=14 multigenre=y SciFi=y Superhero=y main char team= writers=Nick Vince John Freeman Craig Huston artists …

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  • 151 Brian Close — This article is about the footballer and cricketer. For the footballer born 1982, see Brian Close (footballer). Brian Close Personal information Full name Dennis Brian Close Born 24 February 1931 (1931 02 24) (age 80) Rawdon, West Yorkshire …

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  • 152 Brass (TV series) — Brass was a British television sitcom, made by Granada Television for ITV.Set mostly in Utterley, a fictional Lancashire mining town in the 1930s, Brass was a comedy satirising not only all the it s grim oop North dramas of the 1970s (most… …

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  • 153 Mario Conti — redirects here; for the Brazilian journalist see Mario Sergio Conti. The Most Reverend  Mario Conti Archbishop of Glasgow Archdiocese Glasgow Enthroned …

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  • 154 Economic history of Portugal — This article covers the economic history of Portugal.Portugal was once one of the largest and most powerful political and economic powers in the world. Since the 16th century to the end of the Estado Novo regime in 1974, Portugal s dominions were …

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  • 155 Pederasty in ancient Greece — Pederastic courtship scene Athenian black figure amphora, 5th c. BC, Painter of Cambridge; Object currently in the collection of the Staatliche Antikensammlungen und Glyptothek, Munich, Germany. The bearded man is depicted in a traditional… …

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  • 156 Philosophy of Greek pederasty — The topic of pederasty, one that took pride of place over the love of women in the erotic lives of Greek aristocrats in general and 5th century BC Athenians in particular [ Plato considers love between people solely as a homosexual phenomenon,… …

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  • 157 Leontion — (or Leontium) ( el. Λεόντιον), was a Greek woman who achieved fame sometime around 300 BC. She was a follower of Epicurus and his philosophy. She was the life companion of Metrodorus of Lampsacus. The information we have about her is scant. She… …

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  • 158 The Sound of Music (film) — The Sound of Music Original poster by Howard Terpning Directed by Robert Wise Produced b …

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  • 159 Neznaika — ( ru. Незнайка, from не знаю , or I don t know ) is the famous anti hero created by the Soviet children s writer Nikolai Nosov. In English, Neznaika s name has been translated as Dunno and Know Nothing , in Arabic الجاهل and in ro.… …

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  • 160 Deathtrap (play) — Deathtrap Written by Ira Levin Characters Sidney Bruhl Myra Bruhl Clifford Anderson Helga ten Dorp Porter Milgrim Date premiered February 26, 1978 Original language …

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