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  • 1811922 in France — See also: 1921 in France, other events of 1922, 1923 in France. Events from the year 1922 in France.EventsThe year 1922 was signalized at its opening by the conference of Cannes, between France, the United Kingdom, and Belgium, which met to… …

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  • 182Thomas Watson (bishop) — Thomas Watson (1515 1584), was a Catholic Bishop, notable among Catholics for his descriptions of the Protestant Reformation.Early lifeWatson was born near Durham in 1515 at a time when England was arguably the most Catholic country in… …

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  • 183Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment) — Infobox Military Unit unit name=Royal East Kent Regiment ( The Buffs ); 3rd Regiment of Foot) caption= dates= 1572 to 1961. country=United Kingdom branch=Army type=Line Infantry role=Light Infantry size=One battalion garrison=Canterbury (1873)… …

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  • 184Operation Nifty Package — Part of the United States invasion of Panama …

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  • 185Diwu Qi — (第五琦) (712[1] or 713[2] – September 19, 782[3][4][5]), courtesy name Yugui (禹珪), formally the Duke of Fufeng (扶風公), was an official of the Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty who served briefly as chancellor during the reign of …

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  • 186Elisha — Infobox Saint name=Saint Eliseus birth date= death date= feast day=June 14 venerated in=Roman Catholic Church Eastern Catholic Churches Eastern Orthodox Church Lutheranism imagesize= caption=Russian icon of St. Eliseus, 18th century (Iconostasis… …

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  • 187What the Rose did to the Cypress — is a Persian fairy tale. Andrew Lang included it in The Brown Fairy Book , with the note Translated from two Persian MSS. in the possession of the British Museum and the India Office, and adapted, with some reservations, by Annette S. Beveridge.… …

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  • 188John de Brito — Infobox Saint name=Saint John de Brito birth date=March 1 1647 death date=February 11 1693 feast day=February 4 venerated in=Roman Catholic Church imagesize= caption= birth place=Lisbon, Portugal death place=Oriyur, Tamil Nadu, India… …

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  • 189The First Team (novel) — The First Team is a 1971 thriller by John Ball. The book is set in a future history of a United States living under a brutal Soviet occupation, at a date which is not specified but seems to be the late 1970 s, and can retroactively be considered… …

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  • 190Hussites — • The followers of Jan Hus did not of themselves assume the name of Hussites. Like Hus, they believed their creed to be truly Catholic; in papal and conciliar documents they appear as Wycliffites, although Hus and even Jerome of Prague are also… …

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  • 191Thomas Watson (bishop of Lincoln) — Thomas Watson (1515–1584) was a Catholic Bishop, notable among Catholics for his descriptions of the Protestant Reformation. Contents 1 Early life 2 Absalom 3 Academic career and the purging of undercover Papists …

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  • 192Ben-Gurion (Green), David — (1886–1973)    First prime minister of Israel. In October 1906 a short, stocky young man, with a jutting jaw, set sail on a small boat through the Black Sea. David Green was twenty years old and fired with zeal to redeem the soil of the Jewish… …

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  • 193COUNCILS OF THE LANDS — COUNCILS OF THE LANDS, the central institutions of Jewish self government in Poland and Lithuania from the middle of the 16th century until 1764. The bodies in question were the Council of the Four Lands (Heb. וַעַד אַרְבַּע אֲךָצוֹת) or  … …

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  • 194Historical process of beatification and canonization — The process of beatification and canonization has undergone various changes in the history of the Catholic Church. (For current practice, as well as a discussion of other churches, see the article on canonization.) This article describes the… …

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  • 195Third Anglo-Burmese War — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Third Burmese War caption= date=1885 place=Burma–India result=British victory, Burma annexed into British India casus=Burmese expansion drift combatant1=flagicon|United Kingdom United Kingdom combatant2=Burma… …

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  • 196Peter II of Cyprus — or Pierre II le Gros de Lusignan (ca 1357 or 1354/1357 ndash; October 13 1382), called The Fat , was king of Cyprus from January 17 1369 until his death. He was the son of Peter I of Cyprus and his second wife Eleanor of Aragon. He ascended the… …

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  • 197Choekyi Gyaltsen — Réincarnation du panchen lama Choekyi Gyaltsen Nom de naissance …

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  • 198Stilicho, Flavius — ▪ Roman general born AD 365 died Aug. 22, 408  regent (394–408) for the Roman emperor Honorius and one of the last great Roman military commanders in the West. He fought in several campaigns against the barbarians, opposing the invading Visigoths …

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  • 199Cochinchina Campaign — Capture of Saigon by the French and Spanish expeditionary forces, by Antoine Léon Morel Fatio …

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  • 200Alexander III — ( the Great ) (356 b.c. 323 b.c.)    A Macedonian Greek king who, in the extraordinarily brief period of a decade, conquered all of Mesopotamia, along with Anatolia (or Asia Minor), Egypt, and what is now Afghanistan. Though Alexander s empire… …

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