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  • 141 81P/Wild — Comet Wild 2 (81P/Wild) nucleus in 2004 Discovery Discovered by: Paul Wild Discovery date: 1978 Alternate designations: 1978 XI; 1984 XIV; 1990 XXVIII …

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  • 142 Leviathan (book) — For other uses, see Leviathan (disambiguation). Frontispiece of Leviathan, by Abraham Bosse, with input from Hobbes Leviathan or The Matter, Forme and Power of a Common Wealth Ecclesiasticall and Civil commonly called simply Leviathan is a book… …

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  • 143 Altamaha River — Geobox River name = Altamaha River native name = other name = other name1 = image size = image caption = country = United States country1 = state = Georgia state1 = region = region1 = district = district1 = city = city1 = length imperial = 137… …

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  • 144 Usman dan Fodio — Uthman dan Fodio Sultan of Sokoto, Amir al Muminin Reign 1804 1815 Born 1754 Birthplace Gobir Died 1817 …

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  • 145 Chinglish — [clarification needed] Chinglish refers to spoken or written English language that is influenced by the Chinese language.[1] …

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  • 146 Mosul — For other uses, see Mosul (disambiguation). Coordinates: 36°20′N 43°08′E / 36.34°N 43.13°E / 36.34; 43.13 …

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  • 147 Stereoscopy — Stereoscopy, stereoscopic imaging or 3 D (three dimensional) imaging is any technique capable of recording three dimensional visual information or creating the illusion of depth in an image. The illusion of depth in a photograph, movie, or other… …

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  • 148 The Deptford Trilogy — is a novel trilogy by Canadian novelist Robertson Davies. Contents 1 Overview 2 Fifth Business 3 The Manticore 4 World of Won …

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  • 149 Quatuor pour la fin du temps — also known by its English title Quartet for the End of Time , is a piece of chamber music by the French composer Olivier Messiaen. It was premiered in 1941. The piece is scored for clarinet (in B flat), violin, cello, and piano; and a typical pe …

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  • 150 William Wycherley — ( c. 1640 – 31 December 1715) was an English dramatist of the Restoration period.BiographyHe was born at Clive, Shropshire near Shrewsbury, where his family was settled on a moderate estate of about £600 a year (the equivalent of £77,786.87 in… …

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  • 151 House of Bëor — In J. R. R. Tolkien s Middle earth legendarium, the House of Bëor (pronounced [ˈbɛɔr]) were the family of Men who ruled over the eldest of the Three Houses of the Edain that had allied with the Elves in the First Age. Contents 1 The Folk of Bëor… …

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  • 152 List of anarchist communities — This is a list of anarchist communities, past and present.Throughout history, anarchists have been involved in a wide variety of communities. While there are only a few instances of large scale anarchies that have come about from explicitly… …

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  • 153 Zelig — Infobox Film name = Zelig image size = caption = Original poster director = Woody Allen producer = writer = Woody Allen narrator = starring = Woody Allen Mia Farrow music = Dick Hyman cinematography = Gordon Willis editing = Susan E. Morse… …

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  • 154 Siege of Vicksburg — As the Union forces approached Vicksburg, Pemberton could put only 18,500 troops in his lines. Grant had over 35,000, with more on the way. However, Pemberton had the advantage of terrain and fortifications that made his defense nearly… …

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  • 155 Spencer Walpole — Sir Spencer Walpole (February 6, 1830 ndash; July 7, 1907) was an English historian and civil servant.He came of the younger branch of the family of the famous Whig prime minister, Robert Walpole, being descended from his brother, the 1st Lord… …

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  • 156 Witness Lee — Born September 3, 1905 (1905 09 03) Yantai, Shandong, Qing Dynasty Died June 09, 1997 (1997 06 10) Anaheim, CA, USA His remains w …

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  • 157 Matthias Corvinus of Hungary — Matthias Corvinus [In English, his first name is occasionally given as Matthew , while Corvinus may be rendered as Corwin or Corvin . Hungarian: Hunyadi Mátyás or Corvin Mátyás ; Romanian: Matei (or, seldom, Mateiaş ) Corvin ; Slovak: Matej… …

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  • 158 John of Cappadocia — John or Joannes II, surnamed Cappadox or Cappadocia, less commonly known as John the Cappadocian, Patriarch of Constantinople, (518 520), was appointed by Anastasius after an enforced condemnation of the Council of Chalcedon. His short… …

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  • 159 Colonial history of the United States — Colonial America redirects here. For other uses, see Colonial America (disambiguation). History of the United States This article is part of a series …

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  • 160 Brownie (folklore) — Infobox Paranormalcreatures Creature Name = Brownie Image Caption = Grouping = Mythological creature Fairy Possibilities = AKA = Country = Scotland and England (north) Habitat = First Reported = In folklore Last Sighted = Status = UnconfirmedA… …

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