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  • 181lodge´a|ble — lodge «loj», verb, lodged, lodg|ing, noun. –v.i. 1. to live in a place for a time: »We lodged in motels on our trip. SYNONYM(S): dwell, reside. 2. to live in a rented room in another s house: »We are merely lodging at present …

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  • 182Pete Best — Infobox musical artist Name = Pete Best Img capt = An Astrid Kirchherr photo of Best in Hamburg, 1961. Img size = 100px Landscape = Background = non vocal instrumentalist Birth name = Randolph Peter Best Alias = Pete Best Born = Birth date and… …

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  • 183Dharamsala — Dharamshala redirects here. For other uses, see Dharamshala (disambiguation). Dharamshala   city   …

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  • 184North Posey High School — Location Poseyville, Indiana, USA Information Type Public high school Established 1959 Principal Scott Strieter …

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  • 185lodge — I. verb (lodged; lodging) Date: 13th century transitive verb 1. a. (1) to provide temporary quarters for (2) to rent lodgings to b. to establish or settle in a place 2. to serve as a receptacle for ; …

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  • 186Canadian National Railway — Canadian National system map …

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  • 187Flophouse — Bunks in a Seven Cent Lodging House, c. 1890 A flophouse (US English), doss house or dosshouse (British English) is a place that offers very cheap lodging, generally by providing only minimal services.[1] …

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  • 188The Twelve Tasks of Asterix — Infobox Film name = Les Douze travaux d Astérix director = René Goscinny Albert Uderzo Pierre Watrin released = 1976 runtime = 82 min. writer = Pierre Tchernia René Goscinny Albert Uderzo producer = Georges Dargaud music = Gérard Calvi language …

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  • 189Beauford Delaney — Infobox Artist bgcolour = #6495ED name = Beauford Delaney imagesize = caption = birthname = birthdate = birth date |1901|12|30| location = Knoxville, Tennessee deathdate = death date and age |1979|3|25|1901|12|30| deathplace = nationality =… …

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  • 190Alternate versions of Robin — Robin is a fictional character, a superhero in publications from DC Comics. Robin has long been a fixture in the Batman comic books as Batman s sidekick. Since 1940, several different youths have appeared as Robin. In each incarnation, Robin s… …

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  • 191Mecca Metro — Not to be confused with Haramain High Speed Rail Project. Al Mashaaer Al Muqaddassah Metro The Mecca Metro will follow the route of Hajj pilgrims Overview Type Elevated rail …

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  • 192Listel Vancouver Hotel — (Ванкувер,Канада) Категория отеля: 5 звездочный отель Адрес: 1300 Robson Street, Уэст Энд, V6E1C5 …

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  • 193Doss — (d[o^]s), n. [Etym. uncertain.] A place to sleep in; a bed; hence, sleep. [Slang] [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …

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  • 194Southbroom House — is currently the main building of Devizes School, Wiltshire, England (UK), and owned by Wiltshire County Council.HistoryThe History of Southbroom House 1501 1980 [cite journal last = Downes first = Jason authorlink = coauthors = title = The… …

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  • 195Seaton House — is the largest homeless shelter in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. [http://www.health.gov.on.ca/transformation/fht/fht bul/fht bul 5 050506.pdf Unique and Flexible: One Family Health Team Serves its Population Health Needs , Family Health Team e news …

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  • 196Blue Dragon Children's Foundation — (Blue Dragon) is a charitably funded non governmental organization based in Hanoi, Vietnam. Its mission is to help children escape from the poverty cycle by offering them chances at education and improved living conditions. It also helps children …

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  • 197John Andrew Jackson — John Andrew JacksonThe Experience of a Slave from South Carolina Youth John Andrew Jackson was born in South Carolina. His grandfather was a stolen slave from Africa. John Andrew was born on the plantation to his mother Betty and father, known as …

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  • 198pets — Over half of all British and US families keep an animal as a pet. Families with children are most likely to have pets, but other people, especially old people, often keep a pet for company. Some animals belong to a group of people: for example,… …

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  • 199crash — crash1 crasher, n. /krash/, v.i. 1. to make a loud, clattering noise, as of something dashed to pieces. 2. to break or fall to pieces with noise. 3. (of moving vehicles, objects, etc.) to collide, esp. violently and noisily. 4. to move or go with …

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  • 200flop — flopper, n. /flop/, v., flopped, flopping, n. v.i. 1. to fall or plump down suddenly, esp. with noise; drop or turn with a sudden bump or thud (sometimes fol. by down): The puppy flopped down on the couch. 2. to change suddenly, as from one side… …

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