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  • 141history, philosophy of — Branch of philosophy concerned with questions about the meaningfulness of history and the nature of historical explanation. Philosophy of history in the traditional sense is conceived to be a first order inquiry, its subject matter being the… …

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  • 142theatre, Western — ▪ art Introduction       history of the Western theatre from its origins in pre Classical antiquity to the present.       For a discussion of drama as a literary form, see dramatic literature and the articles on individual national literatures.… …

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  • 143Anglican Orders — • In the creed of the Catholic Church, Holy Order is one of the Seven Sacraments instituted by Our Lord Jesus Christ Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Anglican Orders     Anglican Orders …

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  • 144Byzantine Literature — • The four cultural elements included are the Greek, the Christian, the Roman, and the Oriental Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Byzantine Literature     Byzantine Literature …

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  • 145Prisons — • Discusses the history of prisons, as well as the influence of Christianity in their development and modern reform Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Prisons     Prisons      …

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  • 146trespass — tres·pass 1 / tres pəs, ˌpas/ n [Anglo French trespas violation of the law, actionable wrong, from Old French, crossing, passage, from trespasser to go across, from tres across + passer to pass]: wrongful conduct causing harm to another: as a: a… …

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  • 147juttingly — adverb In a jutting manner; so as to obtrude or stick out …

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  • 148Mangkunegara II — is the king in the Mangkunegaran who went on the throne of his predecessor Prince Sambernyawa. His reign lasted for approximately 40 years (1796–1835). Mangkunegara II is a direct descendant of Mangkunegara I because his father Prince Hario… …

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  • 149force — 1 n 1: a cause of motion, activity, or change intervening force: a force that acts after another s negligent act or omission has occurred and that causes injury to another: intervening cause at cause irresistible force: an unforeseeable event esp …

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  • 150infringe — in·fringe /in frinj/ vb in·fringed, in·fring·ing [Medieval Latin infringere, from Latin, to break, crush, from in in + frangere to break] vt: to encroach upon in a way that violates law or the rights of another the right of the people to keep and …

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  • 151break in — vi: to enter something (as a building or computer system) without privilege (as consent) or by force Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. break in …

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  • 152burst in — index obtrude Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 153butt in — index interrupt, obtrude Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 154compel — com·pel /kəm pel/ vt com·pelled, com·pel·ling: to cause to do or occur by overwhelming pressure and esp. by authority or law cannot compel the defendant to testify the result...is compelled by, the original understanding of the fourteenth… …

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  • 155impinge — I verb advance upon, aggress, attack, bang, barge in, break bounds, break in on, bump, butt against, collide, come into collision, contact, dash against, encroach, entrench on, fall against, foray, force oneself in, hit, impingi, impose, incidere …

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  • 156inculcare — index inculcate, obtrude Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 157ingerere — index obtrude Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 158insert — I verb affix, append, attach, book, embed, enter, file, graft, imbed, imbue, immerse, implant, infuse, inject, inlay, inscribe, inscroll, inset, instill, interject, interpolate, interpose, intersperse, intervene, intrude, obtrude, penetrate,… …

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  • 159interfere — in·ter·fere vi fered, fer·ing 1: to act in a way that impedes or obstructs others 2: to enter into the concerns of others Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 160interlope — index accroach, balk, encroach, impinge, impose (intrude), infringe, intrude, obtrude …

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