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  • 21 ill-founded — adjective not based on fact or reliable evidence …

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  • 22 well-founded — well′ found′ed adj. having a foundation in fact; based on good reasons, information, etc • Etymology: 1325–75 …

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  • 23 HUNGARY — HUNGARY, state in S.E. Central Europe. Middle Ages to the Ottoman Conquest Archaeological evidence indicates the existence of Jews in Pannonia and Dacia, who came there in the wake of the Roman legions. Jewish historical tradition, however, only… …

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  • 24 Schools of Ninjutsu — Several Schools of Ninjutsu purportedly exist, some of which claim to be traced back to ancient Japanese origins though this is controversial.cite web last = Skoss first = Diane (ed.) coauthors = Beaubien, Ron; Friday, Karl title = Ninjutsu: is… …

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  • 25 Civil Allegiance — • The duty of loyalty and obedience which a person owes to the State of which he is a citizen Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Civil Allegiance     Civil Allegiance      …

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  • 26 Civil allegiance — is the theory of duty of loyalty and obedience which a person owes to the State of which he is a citizen, as defined by Roman Catholicism. [CathEncy|url=http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/03794b.htm|title=Civil Allegiance] The word allegiance is a… …

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  • 27 Celtic Rite — The term Celtic Rite is generally, but rather indefinitely, applied to the various rites used in Great Britain, Ireland, perhaps in Brittany, and sporadically in Northern Iberia, and in the monasteries which resulted from the Irish missions of St …

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  • 28 The Celtic Rite —     The Celtic Rite     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Celtic Rite     This subject will be treated under the following seven heads:     I. History and Origin; II. Manuscript Sources; III. The Divine Office; IV. The Mass; V. the Baptismal Service; …

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  • 29 Immortale Dei — is an 1885 encyclical of Pope Leo XIII on Church State relations, and specifically on the topic of civil allegiance, which is defined as a duty of loyalty and obedience which a person owes to the State of which he is a citizen.[1] The word… …

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  • 30 Alcoa — Infobox Company name = Alcoa, Inc. type = Public (nyse|AA) foundation = Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S. (1888) founder = Charles Martin Hall location = flagicon|U.S. New York, New York flagicon|U.S. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania key people = Alain J. P …

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  • 31 St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church, Liverpool — St. Peter s Roman Catholic Church is a former church in Seel Street, Liverpool, England now transformed into a restaurant and bar called Alma de Cuba the soul of Cuba .St. Peter s was built in 1788 by Rev A.B. MacDonald of the Order of St… …

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  • 32 Proof — • The establishment of a disputed or controverted matter by lawful means or arguments. Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Proof     Proof      …

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  • 33 History of Hawaii — The history of Hawaiokinai includes phases of early Polynesian settlement, British discovery, Euro American and Asian immigration, the overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy, a brief period of existing as a Republic, and admission to the United… …

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  • 34 true — I (authentic) adjective according to the facts, accurate, actual, as represented, authenticated, certain, correct, creditable, dependable, exact, factual, fidelis, fidus, founded on fact, genuine, honest, legitimate, literal, not false, not… …

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  • 35 Sweeney Todd — is a semi fictional character who first appeared as one of the protagonists of a penny dreadful serial entitled The String of Pearls (1846 1847). In this and later versions of the tale he is a barber who murders wealthy customers by pulling a… …

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  • 36 Henri Murger — (March 27 1822 Paris, January 28, 1861) was a French novelist and poet, born at Paris.He is chiefly distinguished as the author of Scènes de la Vie de Bohème, from his own experiences as a desperately poor writer living in a Parisian attic,… …

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  • 37 Fir Bolg — In Irish mythology the Fir Bolg (Fir Bholg, Firbolg) were one of the races that inhabited the island of Ireland prior to the arrival of the Tuatha Dé Danann. MythologyIn far antiquity the Fir Bolg were the rulers of Ireland (at the time called… …

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  • 38 Anthony Ellmaker Roberts — (October 29, 1803 mdash;January 23, 1885), was an American politician, member of the United States House of Representatives from 1855 to 1859, an abolitionist and close associate of Thaddeus Stevens.Early lifeAnthony Ellmaker Roberts was born… …

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  • 39 Beta Omega Phi — Infobox Fraternity letters=ΒΩΦ name=Beta Omega Phi colors=Black and Baby Blue motto= Prae Omnia Frateratis Brotherhood Above All crest= founded=1965 Fact|date=December 2007 birthplace=California State University, Los Angeles type=Social… …

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  • 40 Waldenses — • An heretical sect which appeared in the second half of the twelfth century Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Waldenses     Waldenses      …

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