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  • 101NASCAR Realignment — refers to changes in the schedule of NASCAR s Sprint Cup Series. In a January 2003 press conference, NASCAR s Chairman of the Board, Bill France, Jr., caused a stir when he interrupted the conference to announce big changes for 2004. France said… …

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  • 102Cabin pressurization — is the active pumping of compressed air into an aircraft cabin when flying at altitude to maintain a safe and comfortable environment for crew and passengers in the low outside atmospheric pressure.Pressurization is essential over 3,000 m (10,000 …

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  • 103High Rock Lake — Infobox lake lake name = High Rock Lake image lake = Abbottscreek.jpg caption lake = Abbotts Creek section (Spring 2007) image bathymetry = caption bathymetry = location = North Carolina coords = coord|35|37|44|N|80|15|4|W|type:waterbody… …

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  • 104Andrew Jackson: Farewell Address — ▪ Primary Source              In his Farewell Address, written with the help of Chief Justice Roger B. Taney and delivered March 4, 1837, Andrew Jackson reviewed the accomplishments of his administration and explained the motivation of some of… …

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  • 105Boniface VIII —     Pope Boniface VIII     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Boniface VIII     (BENEDETTO GAETANO)     Born at Anagni about 1235; died at Rome, 11 October, 1303. He was the son of Loffred, a descendant of a noble family originally Spanish, but long… …

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  • 106Pope Boniface VIII —     Pope Boniface VIII     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Boniface VIII     (BENEDETTO GAETANO)     Born at Anagni about 1235; died at Rome, 11 October, 1303. He was the son of Loffred, a descendant of a noble family originally Spanish, but long… …

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  • 107The Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist —     The Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist     In this article we shall consider:     ♦ the fact of the Real Presence, which is, indeed, the central dogma;     ♦ the …

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  • 108Dartmouth College — Latin: Collegium Dartmuthensis Motto Vox clamantis in deserto Motto in English The voice of one cryi …

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  • 109Thirty Years' War — For other uses, see Thirty Years War (disambiguation). 30 Years War Les Grandes Misères de …

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  • 110Sonata — (From Latin and Italian sonare , to sound ), in music, literally means a piece played as opposed to a cantata (Latin and Italian cantare , to sing ), a piece sung . The term, being vague, naturally evolved through the history of music,… …

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  • 111San Jose, California — This article is about the city in California. For other meanings of San Jose , see San José. San Jose   City   El Pueblo de San José de Guadalupe …

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  • 112Raleigh, North Carolina — For other uses of this name, see Raleigh. Raleigh   State Capital   City of Raleigh …

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  • 113Olympia, Washington — Olympia   City   City of Olympia Motto: SPIR …

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  • 114Santa Rosa, California — This article is about the city in Sonoma County. For the unincorporated area in Ventura County, northwest of Thousand Oaks, see Camarillo, California#Camrosa or Santa Rosa area. For the Channel Island off the coast of Santa Barbara County, see… …

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  • 115Edina, Minnesota —   City   …

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  • 116Crestwood, Missouri —   City   Location …

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  • 117History of the United States (1776–1789) — Between 1776 and 1789, the United States became an independent country, creating and ratifying its new constitution, and establishing of the federal government. In an attempt to gain autonomous status within the British Empire, American… …

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  • 118Schmalkaldic League — The Schmalkaldic League ( de. Schmalkaldischer Bund) was a defensive alliance of Lutheran princes within the Holy Roman Empire during the mid 16th century. Although originally started for religious motives soon after the start of the Protestant… …

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  • 119Winchester, Massachusetts —   Town   Winchester Town Hall …

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  • 120Philip I, Landgrave of Hesse — Philip I of Hesse, (13 November 1504 31 March 1567), nicknamed der Großmütige (the magnanimous ) was a leading champion of the Reformation and one of the most important German rulers of the Renaissance. Early Life and Embracing of ProtestantismHe …

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