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  • 121 Military career of George Washington — General of the Armies George Washington Portrait of George Washington in military uniform, painted by Rembrandt Peale …

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  • 122 Civil Pages — The Civil Pages is a computer system that acts as a private social media site for the UK Civil Service. It was set up by The National Archives on behalf of the Cabinet Office [1].It debuted shortly after an incident where the head of MI6 was… …

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  • 123 Dead Weather Machine Re:Heat — Studio album by SleepResearch Facility Released 2004 …

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  • 124 profile — n. public exposure 1) to keep a high; low profile side view 2) in profile * * * [ prəʊfaɪl] low profile [ public exposure ] to keep a high [ side view ] in profile …

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  • 125 Communist Party USA — Coordinates: 40°44′40.8″N 73°59′48.5″W / 40.744667°N 73.996806°W / 40.744667; 73.996806 …

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  • 126 Online Certificate Status Protocol — The Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) is an Internet protocol used for obtaining the revocation status of an X.509 digital certificate. It is described in RFC 2560 and is on the Internet standards track. It was created as an alternative… …

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  • 127 History of Laos since 1945 — Good luck charms of Prince Phetxarāt, who many Lao believe possessed magical powers, are widely sold in Laos today For Laotian history before 1945, see History of Laos to 1945. Note: this article follows the system for transliterating Lao names… …

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  • 128 Gordon Foxley — was head of defence procurement at the Ministry of Defence from 1981 to 1984. He was convicted on 12 counts of corruption in 1993 after he took bribes from arms manufacturers to set up defence contracts.[1] A 1995 MoD report Ministry of Defence:… …

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  • 129 J. D. Salinger — Photograph by Lotte Jacobi, 1950 Born Jerome David Salinger January 1, 1919(1919 01 01) New York City, New York, United States Died …

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  • 130 Clara Bow — in Rough House Rosie (1927) Born Clara Gordon Bow July 29, 1905(1905 07 29) Brooklyn, New York, U.S. Died …

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  • 131 Stalinist architecture — (also referred to as Stalin s Empire style, Stalinist Gothic, or Socialist Classicism) is a term given to architecture of the Soviet Union between 1933, when Boris Iofan s draft for Palace of Soviets was officially approved, and 1955, when Nikita …

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  • 132 Mark Storey — is a board member of the Naturist Action Committee and has testified at anti nudity legislation hearings all over the United States. As editor for Nude Natural, The Naturist Society s magazine, he has written interesting and informative… …

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  • 133 Independent Administrative Institution National Museum — Independent Administrative Institution (IAI) National Museum ( the National Museum ) was the official name of the corporate entity created by the Japanese government in 2001 by merging three formerly independent national museums the Tokyo… …

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  • 134 Margaret Sanger — Margaret Higgins Sanger Sanger in 1922 Born September 14, 1879(1879 09 14) Corning, New York, United States Died …

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  • 135 Chariot racing — A modern recreation of chariot racing in Puy du Fou. Chariot racing (Greek: ἁρματοδρομία/harmatodromia, Latin: ludi circenses) was one of the most popular ancient Greek, Roman and Byzantine sports. Chariot racing …

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  • 136 Rebecca Loos — Infobox Person name = Rebecca Loos image size = caption = Rebecca Loos at party hosted by Emma Basden, 2006 birth date = birth date and age|1977|6|19|df=y birth place = Madrid, Spain height = death date = birth name = Rebecca Loos other names =… …

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  • 137 Perverted-Justice — Front page of the Perverted Justice website, 2007, with new logo and log of successful convictions Founded 2002 …

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  • 138 Donatists — • The Donatist schism in Africa began in 311 and flourished just one hundred years, until the conference at Carthage in 411, after which its importance waned Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Donatists     Donatists …

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  • 139 Parapsychology — American psychologist and philosopher William James (1842–1910) was an early psychical researcher.[1] Part of a series of artic …

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  • 140 Military citadels under London — A number of military citadels are known to have been constructed underground in central London, dating mostly from the Second World War and the Cold War. Unlike traditional above ground citadels, these sites are primarily secure centres for… …

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