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  • 41Naseerullah Babar — Major General Naseerullah Khan Babar Naseerullah Baber (1928 2011) 29th Minister of Internal Security …

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  • 42Uitvoerend Bewind — The Uitvoerend Bewind (Dutch for Executive Authority ) was the name of the government of the Batavian Republic between 1798 and 1801. The president of the Uitvoerend Bewind was head of state of the Batavian Republic.Unitarian DemocratsThe… …

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  • 43Nate Silver — This article is about the author and statistician. For the American football player, see Nate Silver (quarterback). Nate Silver Born Nathaniel Read Silver January 13, 1978 (1978 01 13) (age 33) …

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  • 44Urbicide — is a term which literally translates as violence against the city. The term has beein coined by Marshall Berman, writing about the destruction of his native Bronx. The term has come into being in an age of rapid globalization and urbanization.… …

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  • 451993 in Afghanistan — NOTOC See also : 1992 in Afghanistan, other events of 1993, and 1994 in Afghanistan. Afghanistan remains a battleground, with rival factions fighting for power and pounding the capital with rockets. An estimated 10,000 people are killed, 750,000… …

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  • 461976 Argentine coup d'état — Tank in front of the Casa Rosada on 24 March, following consummation of the coup that initiated the National Reorganization Process. The 1976 Argentine coup was a right wing coup d état that overthrew Isabel Perón on 24 March 1976, in Argentina.… …

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  • 47Taika (era) — Tisingh, I. (1834). Annales des empereurs du Japon, p. 48.] Change of era*; 645: The new era name was created to mark the beginning of the reign of the emperor Kōtoku. The previous era ended and the new one commenced in the fourth year after the… …

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  • 48Kite applications — The kite is used to do certain things; one kite or many kites are applied to achieve certain purposes, objectives, or tasks, that is: applications. Humans have applied the kite to bring perceived benefits during peace and war alike. New… …

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  • 49Water resources management in Peru — Source : INRENAtorage capacity and infrastructureIn 1980, INRENA established an inventory of Peru s water storage capacity, including lakes and dams. Peru has 12,201 lakes, 3,896 of which are located in the Pacific basin, 7,441 in the Atlantic… …

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  • 50Francis Chateauraynaud — est un sociologue français né en février 1960 à Périgueux. Sommaire 1 Biographie 2 Bibliographie 3 Voir aussi 3.1 Articles connexes …

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  • 51Sally Engle Merry — est professeur d’anthropologie à l’Université de New York et directrice du Programme de Loi et Société[1]. Elle a enseigné auparavant au Collège de Wellesley. Merry fut professeur invitée dans de nombreuses institutions académiques des États Unis …

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  • 52Gestión de recursos hídricos en el Perú — Perú: Gestión de recursos hídricos Extracción por sector 2000/2001 Doméstico 12% Agricultura 80% Industria 6% Minería 2% Recursos hídricos renovables totales 1,913 kilómetros cúbicos (km³) Aguas superficiales producidas internamente …

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  • 53Afghanistan — /af gan euh stan /, n. a republic in central Asia, NW of India and E of Iran. 23,738,085; 250,000 sq. mi. (647,500 sq. km). Cap.: Kabul. * * * Afghanistan Introduction Afghanistan Background: Afghanistan s recent history is characterized by war… …

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  • 54Ferdinand I — /ferr dn and /; Ger. /ferdd di nahnt / 1. Spanish, Fernando I. ( Ferdinand the Great ) died 1065, king of Castile 1033 65, king of Navarre and Leon 1037 65; emperor of Spain 1056 65. 2. 1503 64, king of Bohemia and Hungary 1526 64; emperor of the …

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  • 55manageable — manageability, manageableness, n. manageably, adv. /man i jeuh beuhl/, adj. that can be managed; governable; tractable; contrivable. [1590 1600; MANAGE + ABLE] * * * …

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  • 56tractable — tractability, tractableness, n. tractably, adv. /trak teuh beuhl/, adj. 1. easily managed or controlled; docile; yielding: a tractable child; a tractable disposition. 2. easily worked, shaped, or otherwise handled; malleable. [1495 1505; < L&#8230; …

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  • 57ungovernable — ungovernability, ungovernableness, n. ungovernably, adv. /un guv euhr neuh beuhl/, adj. impossible to govern, rule, or restrain; uncontrollable. [1665 75; UN 1 + GOVERNABLE] * * * …

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  • 58unruly — unruliness, n. /un rooh lee/, adj., unrulier, unruliest. not submissive or conforming to rule; ungovernable; turbulent; intractable; refractory; lawless: an unruly class; an unruly wilderness. [1350 1400; ME unruely, equiv. to un UN 1 + ruly,&#8230; …

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  • 59Psyche knot — noun A Grecian knot. Even without theatrical shoes on, Erlys was taller than Luca Zombini, and kept her fair hair in a Psyche knot, out of which the less governable tresses continued, with the day, to escape …

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  • 60tractable — adjective /ˈtɹæk.tə.bəl/ a) Capable of being easily led, taught, or managed; docile; manageable; governable. I have always found horses, an animal I am attached to, very tractable when treated with humanity and steadiness. b) Capable of being&#8230; …

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