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  • 61pilfer — verb /ˈpɪl.fə,ˈpɪl.fɚ/ To steal in small quantities, or articles of small value; to practise petty theft …

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  • 62Muammar Gaddafi — Gaddafi redirects here. For other people named Gaddafi, see Gaddafi (name). Muammar Gaddafi مُعَمَّر القَذَّافِي Gaddafi at an African Union summit in 2009. Brotherly Leader and Guide of …

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  • 63List of Acts of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, 1980–1999 — UK Legislation Acts of Parliament by states preceding the United Kingdom Of the Kingdom of England Before 1485 1485–1601 · 1603–1641 Interregnum (1642–1660) 1660–1699 · 1700–1706 …

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  • 64Memory for the future — refers to the ability to use memory to picture and plan future events. It is a subcategory of mental time travel which Suddendorf and Corballis described to be the process that allows people to imagine both past and potential future events.… …

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  • 65Paul Ngobeni — Paul Mpande Ngobeni was born in Lydenburg, Mpumalanga, South Africa on September 1, 1960. He went to the United States on a scholarship in 1982 [1] graduated with a BA (magna cum laude) from Hamilton College, New York and Doctor of Jurisprudence… …

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  • 66pilfer — /ˈpɪlfə / (say pilfuh) verb (t) 1. to steal (a small amount or object). –verb (i) 2. to practise petty theft. {apparently from Anglo French or Old French pelfrer pillage, rob. Compare pelf} –pilferer, noun –pilfering, noun …

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  • 67Oxford Dictionary of Proverbs, Thematic Index — absence absence makes the heart grow fonder he who is absent is always in the wrong the best of friends must part blue are the hills that are far away distance lends enchantment to the view out of sight, out of mind …

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