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  • 101Masonry (Freemasonry) —     Masonry (Freemasonry)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Masonry (Freemasonry)     The subject is treated under the following heads:     I. Name and Definition;     II. Origin and Early History;     III. Fundamental Principles and Spirit;     IV.… …

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  • 102RELIGIOUS LIFE AND COMMUNITIES — Jews UNDER OTTOMAN RULE The Jews of the pre Zionist old yishuv, both sephardim (from the Orient) and ashkenazim (of European origin), dedicated their lives to the fulfillment of religious precepts: the study of the torah and the meticulous… …

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  • 103Samurai — For other uses, see Samurai (disambiguation). Samurai in armor, 1860s. Hand coloured photograph by Felice Beato …

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  • 104Catherine de' Medici — Catherine de Medici, attributed to François Clouet, c. 1555 Queen consort of France Reign 31 March 1547 – 10 July 1559 …

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  • 105Captain Beefheart — Don Van Vliet At Convocation Hall, Toronto, in 1974 Background information Birth name Don Glen Vliet Also known as …

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  • 106George Dewey — Infobox Military Person name= George Dewey born= birth date|1838|12|26 died= death date and age|1917|1|16|1838|12|26 placeofbirth=Montpelier, Vermont placeofdeath=Washington, D.C. caption= nickname= allegiance=flagicon|USA United States of… …

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  • 107Apology (Plato) — For the article on Xenophon s work on the same subject, see Apology (Xenophon). For other uses, see Apology (disambiguation) Part of the series on: The Dialogues of Plato Early dialogues …

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  • 108History of democracy — Part of the Politics series Democracy History · …

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  • 109Edward Maria Wingfield — Captain Edward Maria Wingfield, sometimes hyphenated as Edward Maria Wingfield , (born 1550 in Stonely, Huntingdonshire (now Cambridgeshire), England; died in 1631) [Date of Birth Burial. Birth: 1550: E150/102, p.3 Exchequer Copy (English), Lists …

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  • 110Taboo food and drink — This article is about practices and beliefs in relation to various animals as food. For more discussion on religious views, see Unclean animals. Swine are considered treif (unfit or unclean) in Judaism and haraam (forbidden) in Islam. Taboo food… …

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  • 111Slavery in India — The history of slavery in India is complicated by the presence of factors which relate to the definition, ideological and religious perceptions, difficulties in obtaining and interpreting written sources, and perceptions of political impact of… …

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  • 112Conquest of Shu by Wei — Part of the Three Kingdoms period Date September – November 263 CE Location Sichuan and Shaanxi, China …

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  • 113Roman Senate — Ancient Rome This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Ancient Rome Periods …

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  • 114Cortes's Account of the City of Mexico — ▪ Primary Source       FROM HIS SECOND LETTER TO THE EMPEROR CHARLES V.       In order, most potent Sire, to convey to your Majesty a just conception of the great extent of this noble city of Temixtitan, and of the many rare and wonderful objects …

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  • 115Beatification and Canonization — • According to some writers the origin in the Catholic Church is to be traced back to the ancient pagan apotheosis Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Beatification and Canonization     Beatification and Canoni …

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  • 116Huguenots — • An extensive history of this French Protestant tradition Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Huguenots     Huguenots     † …

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  • 117The Calas Case —     The Calas Case     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Calas Case     Jean Calas was a French Calvinist, born 19 March, 1698, at La Caparède near Castres, in the department of Tarn; executed 10 March, 1762, at Toulouse. At the time of the events… …

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  • 118jurisdiction — ju·ris·dic·tion /ˌju̇r əs dik shən/ n [Latin jurisdictio, from juris, genitive of jus law + dictio act of saying, from dicere to say] 1: the power, right, or authority to interpret, apply, and declare the law (as by rendering a decision) to be… …

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  • 119The Disasters of War — Plate 3: Lo mismo (The same). A man about to cut off the head of a soldier with an axe.[1] …

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  • 120Aberdeen —    ABERDEEN, a city, and sea port town, the seat of a university, the capital of the county of Aberdeen, and the metropolis of the North of Scotland, 109 miles (N. N. E.) from Edinburgh, and 425 (N. by W.) from London; containing, with parts of… …

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