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  • 181Saul — (שאול המלך) (or Sha ul) (Arabic: طالوت ,Tālūt) () and Michal was returned as wife to David. Ish bosheth reigned for two years and was killed by two of his own captains ( and bibleverse nb|1|Samuel|12:1 5|HE) Desiring to be like other nations,… …

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  • 182Shaka — For other uses, see Shaka (disambiguation). Shaka kaSenzangakhona The only known drawing of Shaka standing with the long throwing assegai and the heavy shield in 1824, four years before his death Born c. 1787 KwaZulu Natal …

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  • 183Shakespeare authorship question — …

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  • 184French Wars of Religion — Part of European wars of religion Depiction of the St. Bartholomew s Day massacre by François Duboi …

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  • 185History of East Timor — East Timor is a small country in Southeast Asia. It comprises the eastern half of the island of Timor, the nearby islands of Atauro and Jaco. The first people s are thought to be descendant of Australoid and Melanesian peoples. The Portuguese… …

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  • 186John Dudley, 1st Duke of Northumberland — For other people named John Dudley, see John Dudley (disambiguation). John Dudley Born 1504 London …

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  • 187Music of the United States — American music redirects here. For other uses, see American music (disambiguation). Music of United States of America Timeline General topics Education · History G …

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  • 188The Animatrix — DVD Cover Directed by Wachowski brothers Koji Morimoto Shinichiro Watanabe Mahiro Maeda Peter Chung Andy Jones Yoshiaki Kawaji …

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  • 189Bret Easton Ellis — Infobox Writer name = Bret Easton Ellis imagesize = 160px caption = Ellis at the 2006 book fair in Leipzig, Germany birthdate = birth date and age|1964|3|7 birthplace = Los Angeles, California deathdate = deathplace = occupation = novelist genre …

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  • 190Peter MacKay — Infobox CanadianMP honorific prefix = The Honourable name = Peter Gordon MacKay honorific suffix = PC, QC, MP cabinet = Minister of National Defence Minister for the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency riding = Central Nova parliament = Canadian …

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  • 191Arnulf of Chocques — Arnulf Malecorne of Chocques (or of Rohes) (died 1118) was a leader among the clergy during the First Crusade, and was Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem in 1099 and from 1112 to 1118.He was the son of a Flemish Priest, and studied under Lanfranc at… …

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  • 192Emperor Ping of Han — Han Pingdi (漢平帝) Family name: Liu (劉 liú) Given name: Kan (衎 py. kàn), né Jizi (箕子, py. Jīzǐ) (changed in 2) Posthumous name: (full) Xiaoping (孝平, xiào píng) filial and peaceful …

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  • 193Mahendra Chaudhry — 4th Prime Minister of Fiji In office 19 May 1999 – 27 May 2000 Preceded by Sitiveni Rabuka Succeeded by Ratu Tevita Momoedonu Personal det …

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  • 194United States presidential election, 2008 — 2004 ← November 4, 2008 → 2012 …

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  • 195And Now for Something Completely Different — DVD cover Directed by Ian MacNaughton Produced by …

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  • 196Cold War (1953–1962) — 1959 World map of alignments:   NATO member states …

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  • 197Indian Rebellion of 1857 — Sepoy Mutiny redirects here. For other uses, see Sepoy Mutiny (disambiguation). Indian Rebellion of 1857 A 1912 map of Northern India The Revolt of 1857–59 showing the centres of rebellion including the principal ones …

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  • 198Mission (Christian) — A Christian mission has been widely defined, since the Lausanne Congress of 1974, as that which is designed to form a viable indigenous church planting movement. This definition is motivated by a theologically imperative theme of the Bible to… …

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  • 199Breaker Morant — For the film of the same name, see Breaker Morant (film) Harry Breaker Harbord Morant (9 December1864 – 27 February 1902) was an Anglo Australian drover, horseman, poet, and soldier whose renowned skill with horses earned him the nickname The… …

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  • 200Views of Lyndon LaRouche — This article is about the views of Lyndon LaRouche. For an overview of his organization, see LaRouche movement, and for the man himself, see Lyndon LaRouche. The views of Lyndon LaRouche cover a wide variety of topics including history, economics …

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