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  • 81Augustine of Hippo — This article is about the theologian and philosopher, Augustine of Hippo. For his theodicy regarding the problem of evil, see Augustinian theodicy. Augustine , Saint Augustine , and Augustinus redirect here. For other uses, see Augustine… …

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  • 82Dactylic hexameter — (also known as heroic hexameter ) is a form of meter in poetry or a rhythmic scheme. It is traditionally associated with the quantitative meter of classical epic poetry in both Greek and Latin, and was consequently considered to be the Grand… …

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  • 83Emma Goldman — Goldman circa 1911 Full name Emma Goldman Born June 27, 1869(1869 06 27) Kovno, Russian Empire Died May 14 …

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  • 84Francis Crick — Infobox Scientist name = Francis Harry Compton Crick |225px image width = 225px caption = Francis Harry Compton Crick birth date = 8 June 1916 birth place = Weston Favell, Northamptonshire, England residence = UK, U.S. nationality = British death …

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  • 85History of Lebanon — The history of Lebanon is almost as old as the earliest evidence of humankind. Its geographic position as a crossroads linking the Mediterranean Basin with the great Asian hinterland has conferred on it a cosmopolitan character and a… …

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  • 86Marcus Aurelius — Not to be confused with Aurelian. Marcus Aurelius 16th Emperor of the Roman Empire Bust of Marcus Aurelius in the Glyptothek, Munich …

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  • 87Pope Pius II — Infobox pope English name=Pius II birth name=Enea Silvio Piccolomini term start=August 19, 1458 term end=August 14, 1464 predecessor=Callixtus III successor=Paul II birth date=birth date|1405|10|18|mf=y birthplace=Corsignano, Italy… …

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  • 88William Ames — William Ames, (Latin: Guilielmus Amesius ) (1576 ndash; November 14, 1633) was an English Protestant divine, philosopher, and controversialist. He spent much time in the Netherlands, and is noted for his involvement in the controversy between the …

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  • 89The Merchant of Venice — This article is about Shakespeare s play. For other uses, see The Merchant of Venice (disambiguation). The Merchant of Venice Title page of the first quarto of Merchant of Venice (1600) …

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  • 90Protestant Reformation — The Protestant Reformation was a reform movement in Europe that began in 1517, though its roots lie further back in time. It began with Martin Luther and may be considered to have ended with the Peace of Westphalia in 1648.cite book |first=Edith… …

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  • 91Samuel Johnson — For other people named Samuel Johnson, see Samuel Johnson (disambiguation). Samuel Johnson LLD MA Samuel Johnson c. 1772, painted by Sir Joshua Reynolds Born …

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  • 92Rowan Williams — For the English boxer, see Rowan Anthony Williams. The Most Revd and Rt Hon[1]  Rowan Williams  FRSL FBA FLSW Archbishop of Canterbury …

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  • 93Cynic — The Cynics ( el. Κυνικοί, la. Cynici) were an influential group of philosophers from the ancient school of Cynicism. Their philosophy was that the purpose of life was to live a life of Virtue in agreement with Nature. This meant rejecting all… …

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  • 94William H. Seward — This article is about the Governor of New York. For his son, the Civil War Brigadier General, see William H. Seward, Jr.. The Honorable William Henry Seward 24th United States Secretary of State …

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  • 95Gormenghast series — The Gormenghast series is a series of books written by Mervyn Peake centered around Castle Gormenghast and the character Titus Groan.Works in the seriesThe cycle consists of three novels, Titus Groan (1946), Gormenghast (1950) and Titus Alone… …

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  • 96Robert Hall — The Rev. Robert Hall (2 May, 1764 21 February, 1831) was an English Baptist minister.He was born at Arnesby near Leicester, where his father, Robert Hall was pastor of a Baptist congregation. Robert was the youngest of a family of fourteen. While …

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  • 97Vivian Stanshall — (born Victor Anthony Stanshall, 21 March 1943 ndash; 5 March 1995) was an English musician, painter, singer, broadcaster, songwriter, poet, writer, wit, and raconteur, best known for his work with the Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band, for his surreal… …

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  • 98William Hazlitt — (10 April 1778 ndash; 18 September 1830) was an English writer remembered for his humanistic essays and literary criticism. Hazlitt was a prominent English literary critic, grammarian and philosopher. He is considered one of the greatest critics… …

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  • 99Criminal justice — For the BBC TV Series, see Criminal Justice (TV series). United States criminal justice system flowchart. Criminal Justice is the system of practices and institutions of governments directed at upholding social control, deterring and mitigating… …

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  • 100François Guizot — Infobox Prime Minister name=François Guizot order=22nd Prime Minister of France term start =19 September 1847 term end =23 February 1848 predecessor =Duc de Dalmatie successor =Louis, comte Molé birth date =4 October 1787 death date =death date… …

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