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  • 21 Casablanca (film) — Infobox Film name = Casablanca image size = 220px caption = theatrical poster director = Michael Curtiz producer = Hal B. Wallis writer = Play: Murray Burnett Joan Alison Screenplay: Julius J. Epstein Philip G. Epstein Howard Koch Casey Robinson… …

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  • 22 Edmund Curll — ( c. 1675 December 11, 1747) was an English bookseller and publisher. His name has become synonymous, through the attacks on him by Alexander Pope, with unscrupulous publication and publicity. Curll rose from poverty to wealth through his… …

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  • 23 Design for Living — This article is about the play. For the film of the same name, see Design for Living (film) Lunt, Coward and Fontanne in Design for Living Design for Living is a comedy play written by Noël Coward in 1932. It concerns a trio of artistic… …

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  • 24 List of London's gentlemen's clubs — See Gentlemen s club for an explanation of this particular sort of club. Current Gentlemen s Clubs*Alpine Club; established in 1857 [http://www.alpine club.org.uk/] *Royal Anglo Belgian Club; established in 1909, associated with the Royal Thames… …

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  • 25 Ryūsei Nakao — Born Tomoharu Takeo February 5, 1951 (1951 02 05) (age 60) Tōkyō Metropolis, Japan Other names Tomoharu Minamiya Tomo chan Occupation Actor, singer …

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  • 26 The Singles 1992–2003 — Infobox Album Name = The Singles 1992 2003 Type = greatest hits Artist = No Doubt Released = November 25, 2003 Recorded = 1991 2003 Genre = Ska punk Alternative rock Length = 59:44 Label = Interscope Format = CD Producer = Glen Ballard, Dito… …

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  • 27 Paddy Kingsland — is a composer of electronic music best known for his incidental music for science fiction series on BBC radio and television whilst working at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. He joined the BBC as a tape editor before moving on to become a studio… …

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  • 28 Gol Maal — Infobox Film name = Gol Maal image size = caption = A VCD Cover of the film director = Hrishikesh Mukherjee producer = N.C Sippy writer = Sachin Bhowmick narrator = starring = Amol Palekar Utpal Dutt music = R.D. Burman cinematography = Jaywant… …

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  • 29 Hirwaun — infobox UK place country = Wales static static image caption = Hirwaun War Memorial welsh name= constituency welsh assembly= official name= Hirwaun population= 4000 unitary wales= Rhondda Cynon Taff lieutenancy wales= Mid Glamorgan constituency… …

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  • 31 John Gother — (b. 16?? d. 1704), also known as John Goter, was an English Roman Catholic priest.Born at Southampton, England, Gother was educated a strict Presbyterian, but part at least of his mother s family were Catholics. Gother himself was converted to… …

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  • 32 Canon of the Mass — (Latin: Canon Missæ , Canon Actionis ) is the name given in the Roman Missal, from the first typical edition of Pope Pius V in 1570 to that of Pope John XXIII in 1962, to the part of the Mass of the Roman Rite that begins after the Sanctus with… …

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  • 33 Scottish cuisine — This article is part of a series on British cuisine …

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  • 34 Elizabeth Craig — Elizabeth Josephine Craig, MBE, FRSA (16 February 1883 ndash; 7 June 1980) was a British food writer, Journalist, Home Economist and one of the most renowned British Celebrity chefs of the 20th Century, whose career lasted over 50 years.Early… …

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  • 35 Hodge-Podge (soup) — Hodge Podge is a soup made of a mixture of various ingredients. According to the 1903 The Steward s Handbook and Guide to Party Catering [Jessup Whitehead, The Steward s Handbook and Guide to Party Catering The Steward s Handbook and Guide to… …

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  • 36 Gastronomía de Escocia — Un haggis sin cocinar, una de las especialidades típicas de la Cocina Escocesa La gastronomía de Escocia comparte algunos platos con la cocina inglesa pero tiene muchos atributos distintivos así como recetas propias, gracias algunas de ellas a… …

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  • 37 Elizabeth Craig (Köchin) — Elizabeth Josephine Craig, MBE, FRSA (* 16. Februar 1883; † 7. Juni 1980) war eine schottische Köchin und Journalistin. Schriften 19?? The Woman s Journal Cookery Book 19?? Elizabeth Craig s Menus for a Year 19?? Elizabeth Craig s Springtime… …

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  • 38 hochepot — (ho che po ; le t ne se lie pas) s. m. Terme de cuisine. Espèce de ragoût fait de boeuf haché et cuit sans eau dans un pot, avec des marrons, des navets et autres assaisonnements.    On fait aussi des hochepots avec des oies grasses et des… …

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  • 39 hodge-podge — [ˈhɔdʒ pɔdʒ US ˈha:dʒ pa:dʒ] n [singular] AmE informal a lot of things mixed up together in no order = ↑jumble British Equivalent: hotch potch …

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  • 40 farrago — [17] The notion of a farrago being a ‘heterogeneous mixture’ comes originally from the mixture of various grains for animal feed. Latin farrāgo was a derivative of far ‘corn’ (source of English farinaceous [17] and related to barley and barn),… …

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