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  • 101triple bond — Bond Bond (b[o^]nd), n. [The same word as band. Cf. {Band}, {Bend}.] 1. That which binds, ties, fastens, or confines, or by which anything is fastened or bound, as a cord, chain, etc.; a band; a ligament; a shackle or a manacle. [1913 Webster]… …

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  • 102Unmanacle — Un*man a*cle, v. t. [1st pref. un + manacle.] To free from manacles. Tennyson. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 103handcuff — I. noun Date: 1695 a metal fastening that can be locked around a wrist and is usually connected by a chain or bar with another such fastening usually used in plural II. transitive verb Date: 1691 1. to apply handcuffs to ; manacle 2. to hold in… …

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  • 104shackle — I. noun Etymology: Middle English schakel, from Old English sceacul; akin to Old Norse skǫkull pole of a cart Date: before 12th century 1. something (as a manacle or fetter) that confines the legs or arms 2. something that checks or prevents free …

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  • 105Phoenician alphabet — Infobox Writing system name=Phoenician alphabet type=Abjad languages=Phoenician time=Began 1050 BC, and gradually died out during the Hellenistic period as its evolved forms replaced it fam1=Egyptian hieroglyphs fam2=Proto Sinaitic fam3=Proto… …

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  • 106Flapper — The term flapper in the 1920s referred to a new breed of young women who wore short skirts, bobbed their hair, listened to the new Jazz music, and flaunted their disdain for what was then considered acceptable behavior. The flappers were seen as… …

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  • 107History of Cape Colony from 1806 to 1870 — The history of Cape Colony from 1806 to 1870 spans the period of the history of Cape Colony during the Cape Frontier Wars, also called the Kaffir Wars, which lasted from 1811 to 1858. The wars were fought between the European colonists and the… …

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  • 108Fetters — Fetters, shackles, footcuffs or leg irons are a kind of physical restraint used on the feet or ankles to allow walking but prevent running and kicking. The term fetter shares a root with the word foot .In humans, typically only prisoners or… …

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  • 109Debtors' prison — A mid Victorian depiction of the debtors prison at St Briavels Castle. A debtors prison is a prison for those who are unable to pay a debt. Prior to the mid 19th century debtors prisons were a common way to deal with unpaid debt.[1] …

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  • 110Saint Quentin — This article is about the saint. For places named after him, see Saint Quentin and San Quintin. Infobox Saint name=Saint Quentin birth date=unknown death date=c. 287 feast day=October 31 venerated in=Roman Catholic Church imagesize=200px… …

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  • 111Violinist of Hameln — Infobox animanga/Header name = Violinist of Hameln caption = 1 volume on the Violinist of Hameln ja kanji = ハーメルンのバイオリン弾き ja romji = Hamerun no Baiorin Hiki genre = Adventure, Fantasy, DramaInfobox animanga/Manga title = author = Watanabe… …

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  • 112Kimi no Kakera — Infobox animanga/Header name = Kimi no Kakera caption = Shiro (left) and Icoro (right) ja name = きみのカケラ ja name trans = genre = FantasyInfobox animanga/Manga title = author = Shin Takahashi publisher = flagicon|Japan Shogakukan, Inc. demographic …

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  • 113The Manacles — (Carn du and Moen Voes) looking south west towards Coverack The Manacles are a set of treacherous rocks off The Lizard peninsula in Cornwall close to Porthoustock, which is a popular spot for diving due to the shipwrecks around them. The name… …

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  • 114Chesapeake Bay Flotilla — For two years the United States had been fighting with Great Britain during War of 1812. The British fleet was marauding the Chesapeake Bay when Joshua Barney, a naval officer of the American Revolutionary War, assembled a motley collection of… …

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  • 115Ball and chain — A ball and chain is a physical restraint device historically used on prisoners.Ball and chain may also refer to: * a physical restraint consisting of a large, heavy metal ball with a chain attached to a prisoner s leg by a manacle. * a… …

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  • 116List of fantasy story collections — Some notable fantasy short story collections, in alphabetical order by title(some of these collections may also include some science fiction stories):CompactTOC External linksA* And Walk Now Gently Through the Fire by R. A. Lafferty et al. *… …

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  • 117List of Exalted sourcebooks — Below is a listing of all of the sourcebooks for the role playing game Exalted (first and second editions) by White Wolf Publishing. Check back for regular updates as new sourcebooks become available. For a listing of novels, see the List of… …

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  • 118Chinese coins — Ancient Chinese coins were produced continuously for around 2,500 years by casting in moulds, rather than being struck with dies as with most western coins.Collectors can obtain affordable yet old, beautiful, and interesting coins associated with …

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  • 119List of mutants in Marvel Comics — Human Mutants of 616 Universe= Confirmed mutants A * Aardwolf Chon Li * Absalom * Abyss Nils Styger * Aero Melody Guthrie * Agent Zero Christoph Nord (AKA David North, Maverick) * Airhead * Alchemist * Alchemy Thomas Jones * Alex * Amalgam *… …

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  • 120Lardner's Ring — Infobox Television episode Title = Lardner s Ring Series = Robin Hood Caption = Guy prepares to burn down Robin s tree Season = 2 Episode = 9 Airdate = December 01, 2007 Production = Writer = Dominic Minghella Director = TBAupdate… …

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