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  • 21Coronation of George IV — George IV s train was borne by eight eldest sons of peers and by the Master of the Robes. From left to right: The King, Earl of Surrey, Marquess of Douro, Viscount Cranborne, Earl of Brecknock, Earl of Uxbridge, Earl of Rocksavage, Earl of Rawdon …

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  • 22Heraclitus — Infobox Philosopher region = Western Philosophy era = Ancient philosophy color = #B0C4DE image caption = Heraclitus by Johannes Moreelse. The image depicts him as the weeping philosopher wringing his hands over the world and the obscure dressed… …

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  • 23Scythians — Infobox Ethnic group group=Scythians poptime=Unknown popplace=Eastern Europe Central Asia West Asia Northern India langs=Scythian language rels=Animism related= *Sarmatians *Dahae *Sakas *Indo Scythians *Massagetes *Jatts *NairsThe Scythians or… …

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  • 24Diggers — For other meanings, see Diggers (disambiguation). Woodcut from a Diggers document by William Everard. The Diggers were an English group of Protestant agrarian communists,[1] …

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  • 25Ottonian Renaissance — The Ottonian Renaissance was a limited renaissance of economy and art in central and southern Europe that accompanied the reigns of the first three emperors of the Saxon Dynasty, all named Otto: Otto I (936–973), Otto II (973–983), and Otto III… …

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  • 26The War of Genesis III — War of Genesis III, (Korean: 창세기전 3 (Changsegijeon three)) is a console and computer role playing game released by Softmax in 1999. Additionally, this title is unofficially known as War of Genesis III: Part 1 to distinguish the sequel, . Part 1… …

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  • 27Richard Connolly — Infobox Musical artist Name = Richard Connolly Img capt = Richard Connolly, March 2003 Img size = Landscape = Background = non vocal instrumentalist Birth name = Alias = Born = Start date|1927 Died = Origin = Instrument = Voice type = Genre =… …

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  • 28regia dignitas est indivisibilis, et quaelibet alia derivative dignitas est similiter indivisibilis — /riyj(iy)a dignatass est indavazibalas et kwiylabat eyl(i)ya darivatayva dignataes est samilatar indavazibalas/ The kingly power is indivisible, and every other derivative power is similarly indivisible …

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  • 29orb — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French orbe, from Latin orbis circle, disk, orb Date: 15th century 1. any of the concentric spheres in old astronomy surrounding the earth and carrying the celestial bodies in their revolutions 2.… …

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  • 30Valerius — originally was a Roman nomen of the gens Valeria, one of the oldest patrician families of the city. The name was in use throughout Roman history. Later it became also a given name.Possible Latin forms include, in the nominative: * Valerius , male …

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  • 31Marcus Manlius — Capitolinus (died 384 BC) was consul of the Roman Republic in 392 BC.[1] He was the brother of Aulus Manlius Capitolinus. The Manlii were a patrician gens. During the Gallic siege of Rome in 390 (or 387) BC, the account of which became partly… …

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  • 32Warkworth, Northumberland — Warkworth is a village in Northumberland, England. It is probably best known for its well preserved medieval castle, church and hermitage. At the time of the 2001 census, the population of Warkworth was 1,600. GeographyWarkworth is situated in a… …

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  • 33Eurypon — Eurypon, otherwise called Eurytion (Ευρυπών, Ευρυτίων), grandson of Procles, was the third king of that house at Sparta, and thenceforward gave it the name of Eurypontidae.Plutarch talks of his having relaxed the kingly power, and played the… …

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  • 34Sphaerus — ( el. Σφαῖρος), of BorysthenesPlutarch, [http://classics.mit.edu/Plutarch/cleomene.html Cleomenes ] .] or the Bosphorus,Diogenes Laërtius, [http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/ancient/diogeneslaertius book7 stoics.html The Lives and Opinions of… …

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  • 35hat — hatless, adj. hatlessness, n. hatlike, adj. /hat/, n., v., hatted, hatting. n. 1. a shaped covering for the head, usually with a crown and brim, esp. for wear outdoors. 2. Rom. Cath. Ch. a. the distinctive head covering of a cardinal. b. the… …

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  • 36Kildare — /kil dair /, n. a county in Leinster, in the E Republic of Ireland. 104,097; 654 sq. mi. (1695 sq. km). Co. seat: Naas. * * * ▪ Ireland Irish  Cill Dara        market town, County Kildare, Ireland. The Protestant cathedral church (1229) is… …

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  • 37Deiphontes — was king of Argos. He was a son of Antimachus, and husband of Hyrnetho, the daughter of Temenus the Heracleide, by whom he became the father of Antimenes, Xanthippus, Argeius, and Orsobia. Deiphontes was descended from Ctesippus, the son of… …

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  • 38Najm-al-Din Razi — For other uses, see Razi (disambiguation). Sufi scholar Abū Bakr Abdollāh b. Moḥammad b. Šahāvar b. Anūšervān al Rāzī Title Najm Al Din Razi Born 573/1177 Died 654/1256 Ethnicity …

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  • 39cynescipe — m ( es/ as) royalty, majesty, kingly power …

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  • 40Burmans —    (Bamars)    Burma s largest ethnic group, after whom the country is named. During the British colonial period, it was common to use Burman and Burmese interchangeably; more recently, Burman has been used to refer to the ethnic group, while… …

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