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  • 161Inglenook Community High School — is an alternative school which offers only senior (grade 11 and 12) courses, and is housed in a historical building in Corktown, in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is a very small, community like school in that it has an average of 100… …

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  • 162List of atheists (politics and law) — Politics and law* Guy Aldred (1886 ndash;1963): English anarchist communist and a prominent member of the Anti Parliamentary Communist Federation. [ The defendant, in the witness box, declared that the meeting was quite orderly, and there were… …

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  • 163Think Pink (clothing) — Infobox Company company name = THINK PINK company company type = subsidiary of Tecnica Group company slogan = free thinking from Italy foundation = 1979 location = Treviso, Italy key people = num employees = parent = Tecnica Group industry =… …

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  • 164Merchise — was a Computer Software group created circa 1991 at University Marta Abreu of Las Villas, in Santa Clara city, Cuba. It was founded by Ing. Medardo Rodriguez who desired to create a Computer Programming Research Team with headquarters in Las… …

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  • 165Dutch Block — Nederlands Blok Chairman Wim Vreeswijk Founded 1992 …

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  • 166Alembert, Jean Le Rond d' — born , Nov. 17, 1717, Paris, France died Oct. 29, 1783, Paris French mathematician, scientist, philosopher, and writer. In 1743 he published a treatise on dynamics containing d Alembert s principle, relating to Isaac Newton s laws of motion. He… …

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  • 167Reductions of Paraguay — • Jesuit campaign to convert the natives of Paraguay Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Reductions of Paraguay     Reductions of Paraguay      …

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  • 168Biblical Criticism (Higher) —     Biblical Criticism (Higher)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Biblical Criticism (Higher)     Biblical criticism in its fullest comprehension is the examination of the literary origins and historical values of the books composing the Bible, with… …

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  • 169Friedrich Karl Joseph, Freiherr von Erthal —     Friedrich Karl Joseph, Freiherr von Erthal     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Friedrich Karl Joseph, Freiherr von Erthal     Last Elector and Archbishop of Mainz, b. 3 Jan., 1719, at Mainz; d. 25 July, 1802, at Aschaffenburg. He was an unworthy… …

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  • 170Osho (Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh) — This article is about Indian mystic Osho. For other uses, see Osho (disambiguation). Rajneesh redirects here. For the American city, see Rajneesh, Oregon. Osho Born 11 December 1931 (1931 12 11) …

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  • 171New National Party (Netherlands) — New National Party Nieuwe Nationale Partij Chairman Egbert Perée Henk Ruitenberg Florens van der Kooi Founded 1998 Dissolved …

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  • 172liberal — I (broad minded) adjective adaptable to change, advanced, emancipated, fair minded, flexible, free thinking, impartial, liberalis, liberated, neutral, nonpartisan, not narrow minded, objective, open, open minded, progressive, receptive, tolerant …

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  • 173Biology (Philosophy of) in the nineteenth century — Philosophy of biology in the nineteenth century Jagdish Hattiangadi THE PHILOSOPHY OF BIOLOGY The emergence of biology as a unified subject Students of history and of biology share a common delight: as they study the details of any subject, they… …

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  • 174liberal — [[t]lɪ̱bərəl[/t]] ♦♦ liberals 1) ADJ GRADED: usu ADJ n Someone who has liberal views believes people should have a lot of freedom in deciding how to behave and think. She is known to have liberal views on divorce and contraception. N COUNT… …

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  • 175liberal — adj 1. progressive, forward looking, pro gressivist, reformist; radical, left wing, leftist; libertarian, latitudinarian, libertine, free thinking, liberal minded, independent; humanistic, enlightened, up to date, modern. 2. tolerant, indulgent,… …

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  • 176Nathuram Godse — नथूराम गोडसे Born Baramati, Pune District, British India Died Ambala Prison, Haryana, Union of India …

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  • 177Underground culture — Underground culture, or just underground, is a term to describe various alternative cultures which either consider themselves different from the mainstream of society and culture, or are considered so by others. The word underground is used… …

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  • 178Henry Watkin — (March 6, 1824 November 21, 1910), was an expatriate English printer and cooperative socialist in Cincinnati, Ohio during the mid to late 19th century.While a young printer in London, Watkin became interested in the utopian socialist writings of… …

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  • 179Cognitive restructuring — Cognitive restructuring, sometimes used synonymously with Debating[1], is the process of learning to identify irrational or maladaptive thoughts and challenge their veracity using strategies such as logical disputation[2]. Another more simple… …

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