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  • 101Juan de Prado Mayera Portocarrero y Luna — (León, Spain, 1716 Vitigudino +/ 1770) was colonial governor of Cuba between 1761 and 1762, when he lost Havana in the British expedition against Cuba. He was the second son of the Marquis of Acapulco, and had a career in the Army, where he… …

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  • 102Cooper v. Oklahoma — Supreme Court of the United States Argued January 17, 1996 Decided April 16, 1996 …

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  • 103John J. McGilvra — (July 11, 1827 1903) was a prominent lawyer and judge in late 19th century Seattle, Washington. Rev. H.K. Hines, D.D. in An Illustrated History of the State of Washington (1893) described him as the oldest member of the legal profession in… …

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  • 104James McKay (industrialist) — Infobox Person name = James McKay image size = caption = birth name = birth date = 15 December 1830 birth place = Ireland death date = 29 April 1906 death place = Pittsburgh, PA death cause = resting place = resting place coordinates = residence …

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  • 105Brown v. United States — SCOTUSCase Litigants=Brown v. United States ArgueDate=January 13 ArgueYear=1885 DecideDate=March 2 DecideYear=1885 FullName=Brown v. United States USVol=113 USPage=568 Citation= Prior= Subsequent= Holding= SCOTUS=1882 1887 Majority= JoinMajority …

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  • 106Gwen Lee — en 1927 Nombre real Gwendolyn Lepinski Nacimiento 12 de noviembre de 1904 …

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  • 107Argentina — /ahr jeuhn tee neuh/; Sp. /ahrdd hen tee nah/, n. a republic in S South America. 35,797,536; 1,084,120 sq. mi. (2,807,870 sq. km). Cap.: Buenos Aires. Also called the Argentine. Official name, Argentine Republic. * * * Argentina Introduction… …

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  • 108bureaucracy — /byoo rok reuh see/, n., pl. bureaucracies. 1. government by many bureaus, administrators, and petty officials. 2. the body of officials and administrators, esp. of a government or government department. 3. excessive multiplication of, and… …

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  • 109evidence — /ev i deuhns/, n., v., evidenced, evidencing. n. 1. that which tends to prove or disprove something; ground for belief; proof. 2. something that makes plain or clear; an indication or sign: His flushed look was visible evidence of his fever. 3.… …

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  • 110infamy — /in feuh mee/, n., pl. infamies for 3. 1. extremely bad reputation, public reproach, or strong condemnation as the result of a shameful, criminal, or outrageous act: a time that will live in infamy. 2. infamous character or conduct. 3. an… …

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  • 111Utah — Utahan, Utahn /yooh tawn, tahn/, adj., n. /yooh taw, tah/, n. 1. a state in the W United States. 1,461,037; 84,916 sq. mi. (219,930 sq. km). Cap.: Salt Lake City. Abbr.: UT (for use with zip code), Ut. 2. Mil. the World War II Allies code name… …

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  • 112Mitchell, William — ▪ United States Army general byname  Billy Mitchell   born Dec. 29, 1879, Nice, France died Feb. 19, 1936, New York, N.Y., U.S.  U.S. Army officer who early advocated a separate U.S. air force and greater preparedness in military aviation. He was …

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  • 113Grover Cleveland: First Inaugural Address — ▪ Primary Source       Wednesday, March 4, 1885       In the presence of this vast assemblage of my countrymen I am about to supplement and seal by the oath which I shall take the manifestation of the will of a great and free people. In the… …

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  • 114Benjamin Harrison: Inaugural Address — ▪ Primary Source       Monday, March 4, 1889       There is no constitutional or legal requirement that the President shall take the oath of office in the presence of the people, but there is so manifest an appropriateness in the public induction …

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  • 115Ghent — • Comprises the whole territory of East Flanders, one of the nine provinces of Belgium Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Ghent     Ghent      …

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  • 116Italy — • In ancient times Italy had several other names: it was called Saturnia, in honour of Saturn; Enotria, wine producing land; Ausonia, land of the Ausonians; Hesperia, land to the west (of Greece); Tyrrhenia, etc. The name Italy, which seems to… …

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  • 117Virginia — • One of the thirteen original states Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Virginia     Virginia     † …

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  • 118Wyoming — • Forty fourth state, derives its name from the Delaware Indian word Maughwauwama , signifying mountains with large plains between Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Wyoming     Wyoming …

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  • 119Desiderius Erasmus —     Desiderius Erasmus     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Desiderius Erasmus     The most brilliant and most important leader of German humanism, b. at Rotterdam, Holland, 28 October, probably in 1466; d. at Basle, Switzerland, 12 July, 1536. He was… …

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  • 120Edward Maginn —     Edward Maginn     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Edward Maginn     Coadjutor Bishop of Derry, b. at Fintona, Ireland, 16 Dec., 1802; d. at Derry, 17 January, 1849, the son of Patrick Maginn, a farmer, and his wife, Mary Slevin, whose families gave …

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