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  • 181The Lovers' Progress — The Lovers Progress, also known as The Wandering Lovers, or Cleander, or Lisander and Calista, is an early seventeenth century stage play, a tragicomedy written by John Fletcher and Philip Massinger. As its multiple titles indicate, the play has… …

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  • 182The Greater Cleburne Carnegie Players — The Greater Cleburne Carnegie Players, named for Andrew Carnegie, is a non profit thespian group that has been bringing live theatre to Cleburne, Texas and the surrounding areas since 1980.Starting with the first season, which included two shows …

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  • 183The Zodiac Killer in popular culture — The Zodiac Killer was a serial killer who operated in Northern California in the 1960s 1970s. His identity remains unknown. His crimes, letters, and cryptograms to police and newspapers inspired many movies, novels, television, and more.Movies*… …

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  • 184The Final Circle of Paradise — is a science fiction novel by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky (also spelled Strugatski or Strugatskii) set in the first half of the twenty first century. It was first published in the USSR in 1965 and the first English edition, translated by Leonid… …

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  • 185The Realms of Being — (1942) is the last major work by Spanish American philosopher George Santayana. Along with Skepticism and Animal Faith and The Life of Reason , it is his most notable work; the first two works concentrate primarily on epistemology and ethics… …

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  • 186The Peculiar Institution — is a euphemism for slavery in the United States. It is also the title of a renowned book about slavery published in 1956 by academic Kenneth M. Stampp of the University of California, Berkeley and other universities. The Peculiar Institution:… …

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  • 187The Second Coming (novel) — The Second Coming is a novel by Walker Percy. It is a sequel to The Last Gentleman . It tells the story of middle aged Will Barrett and his relationship with Allison, a young woman who has escaped from a mental hospital.The novel spends much of… …

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  • 188The Devil and Daniel Johnston — A promotional poster for the film. Directed by Jeff Feuerzeig Produced by …

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  • 189The Fens — The Fens, also known as the Fenland, is a geographic area in eastern England, in the United Kingdom. The Fenland primarily lies around the coast of the Wash; it reaches into two Government regions (East Anglia and the East Midlands), four modern… …

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  • 190The ClueFinders — is a series of edutainment software aimed at children aged eight to twelve. The series is produced by The Learning Company as a counterpart to their Reader Rabbit series for older elementary aged students. The ClueFinders include Joni Savage,… …

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  • 191The Gateless Gate — (無門關, Mandarin. Wúménguān, Japanese. 無門関, Mumonkan) is a collection of 48 Chan (Zen) koans compiled in the early 13th century by the Chinese Zen master Wumen Hui k ai (無門慧開)(1183–1260) (Japanese: Mumon Ekai). Wumen s preface indicates that the… …

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  • 192The Theory and Practice of Oligarchical Collectivism — The Theory and Practice of Oligarchical Collectivism, by Emmanuel Goldstein, is the fictional book that is a thematic and plot element integral to the dystopian novel Nineteen Eighty Four (1949), by George Orwell. In the totalitarian society of… …

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  • 193The Feast of the Hunters' Moon — The Feast of the Hunters’ Moon is an annual celebration re creating the fall festival started by French settlers and Native Americans. It takes place at the present day site of Fort Ouiatenon, a replica 18th century French military and trading… …

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  • 194The Dreamers (novel series) — The Dreamers is the title of a fantasy series by David Eddings and his wife Leigh Eddings. The story revolves around four beings known as The Elder Gods residing in the land of Dhrall: Dahlaine of the North, Veltan of the South, Zelana of the… …

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  • 195The Needles Battery — The view over the battery. The Needles Battery was a military Battery built on the cliff top above the Needles stacks in 1861–63 to guard the West end of the Solent. Its field of fire was from approximately West South West clockwise to Northeast… …

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  • 196The Century Magazine — was first published in the United States in 1881 by The Century Company of New York City as a successor to Scribner s Monthly Magazine. It ceased publication in 1930. Contents …

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  • 197The King's School, Worcester — (KSW) is an independent British school refounded by Henry VIII in 1541. It occupies a site by Worcester Cathedral and the River Severn. The King s School, WorcesterFounded:7 Dec, 1541Headmaster:Mr Tim KeyesPupils:c.1000 HistoryThe King s School,… …

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  • 198The Chorus (2004 film) — The Chorus redirects here. For the 1982 film of the same name, see The Chorus (1982 film). The Chorus Directed by Christophe Barratier …

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  • 199The Great Peacemaker — The Great Peacemaker, sometimes referred to as Deganawida or Dekanawida (although as a mark of respect some Iroquois avoid referring to him by this name except in special circumstances) was, along with Hiawatha, the traditional founder of the… …

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  • 200The Sword of the Prophet — The Sword of the Prophet: The politically incorrect guide to Islam: History, Theology, Impact on the World (2002, Regina Orthodox Press) is a book by Serge Trifkovic, a Serbian American historian, journalist, and political analyst. The book… …

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