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  • 141 The Hoobs — is a children s television programme created and produced by The Jim Henson Company. It stars five creatures called Hoobs (Iver, Groove, Tula, Hubba Hubba and Roma) from the fictional Hoobland, and their interactions with Earth and the human race …

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  • 142 The Sandman (short story) — The Sandman Author E.T.A. Hoffmann Original title Der Sandmann Language German Published in 1816 …

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  • 143 The Mageborn Traitor —   …

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  • 144 The Men They Couldn't Hang — Origin London, England Genres Roots rock, folk rock, folk punk Years active 1984–1991, 1996 current Labels Demon, Diablo …

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  • 145 The Napoleon Blownaparts — The Napoleon Blownaparts, also known as the Blownaparts are a punk rock/hard rock band formed in Hollywood, California during 1995. Led by frontman and forming member Ajax Garcia, the band continue to play currently, featuring Murderdolls member… …

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  • 146 The Bee-Hive (journal) — The Bee Hive was a trade unionist journal published weekly in the United Kingdom between 1861 and 1878. The Bee Hive was established in 1861 by George Potter, with professional journalist George Troup as editor and Robert Hartwell as the main… …

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  • 147 The Masked Marauders — is a record album released on the Warner Bros. Reprise/Deity label in the fall of 1969. The recording captured a purported super session of the era s leading rock and roll musicians, including Bob Dylan, Mick Jagger, John Lennon, Paul McCartney,… …

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  • 148 The Story of Zoulvisia — is an Armenian fairy tale collected by Frédéric Macler in Contes Arméniens . Andrew Lang included it in The Olive Fairy Book .ynopsisIn the middle of a wilderness, a beautiful mountain bore trees and waterfalls, but whoever left the road for it… …

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  • 149 The King Of Lochlin's Three Daughters — is a Scottish fairy tale collected by John Francis Campbell in his Popular Tales of the West Highlands , listing his informant as Neill Gillies, a fisherman near Inverary.ynopsisThree giants carried off the king s three daughters. The sheanachy… …

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  • 150 The Way (church) — The Way (道会, Michikai) is an indigenous Japanese church movement that was founded by Matsumura Kaiseki in 1907. Matsumura originally called his movement the One Heart Association, but in 1907 renamed it the Church of Japan and rented quarters to… …

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  • 151 The Mythe — is a house built on the top of a hill overlooking the town of Tewkesbury, England. There has been a house on the site for nearly a thousand years. The Mythe is the name of the house but it also the name of the surrounding area, about 4 square… …

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  • 152 The Open Design Community — The Open Design Community, or TODC, is a community of web designers, formed in December 2006. Community members release free web templates for public use, over the internet. The Open Design Community of designers, developers and programmers have… …

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  • 153 The Olongapo Caper — is an adventure story arc of the Philippine comic strip series Pugad Baboy , created by Pol Medina Jr. and originally published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer. This particular story arc lasts 49 strips long. In 1995, the story arc was reprinted …

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  • 154 The Krion Conquest — Front cover of The Krion Conquest package. Developer(s) Vic Tokai Publisher(s) Vic To …

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  • 155 The Committee on Credentials — Directed by George Marshall Produced by Bison Motion Pictures Written by Harvey Gates Peter B. Kyne …

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  • 156 The Game of Life (Book) — The Game of Life (and how to play it) teaches the philosophies of its author, Florence Scovell Shinn. The book holds that ignorance of, or carelessness with the application of various Laws of Metaphysics (see below) can bring about undesirable… …

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  • 157 The Machabees —     The Machabees     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Machabees     (Gr. Hoi Makkabaioi; Lat. Machabei; most probably from Aramaic maqqaba= hammer ).     A priestly family which under the leadership of Mathathias initiated the revolt against the… …

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  • 158 The Religion of Shakespeare (Was Shakespeare Catholic?) —     The Religion of Shakespeare     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Religion of Shakespeare     Of both Milton and Shakespeare it was stated after their deaths, upon Protestant (Protestantism) authority, that they had professed Catholicism. In… …

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  • 159 The Ford Meter Box Company — is a prominent manufacturer of products for the waterworks industry. Ford is headquartered in Wabash, Indiana, where it also operates a brass foundry. Products manufactured there include water meter setting materials, valves, couplings, meter… …

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  • 160 The Take (TV series) — The Take TheTakeSky1.jpg Format Drama Directed by David Drury Starring Tom Hardy, Brian Cox, Shaun Evans, Kierston Wareing, Charlotte Riley …

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