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  • 101Ernest of Bavaria — (December 17 1554 February 17 1612) was Prince elector archbishop of the Archbishopric of Cologne (Germany) from 1583 to 1612 as successor of the expelled Gebhard Truchsess von Waldburg. He was also bishop of Münster, Hildesheim, Freising and… …

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  • 102Ruhani Satsang — The origin of Ruhani Satsang of came about at the request of disciples of Master Baba Sawan Singh (1858 1948). The western disciples had requested Master Baba Sawan Singh to come and visit the west. Master Baba Sawan Singh said this visit could… …

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  • 103Michał Seweryński — Professor Michał Seweryński Minister of Science and Higher Education In office 5 May 2006 – 16 November 2007 Personal details …

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  • 104Hisbah — (Arabic: حسبة hisba, ḥisba, verification ) is an Islamic doctrine of keeping everything in order within the laws of Allah. This doctrine is based on the Qur anic expression Enjoin what is good and forbid what is wrong. This doctrine has the… …

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  • 105Satyrus of Milan — Infobox Saint name= Saint Satyrus of Milan birth date= death date=376 feast day= September 17 venerated in= Roman Catholic Church imagesize= 250px caption= Right side nave of Sant Ambrogio basilica in Milan, Italy. Saint Bartholomew and Saint… …

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  • 106Robert Anderton — (c. 1560 April 25, 1586) was an English Roman Catholic priest and martyr. He has been declared a blessed person by the Roman Catholic Church. His feast day is April 25.He was born in either Lancashire or the Isle of Wight about 1560. He graduated …

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  • 107Jat people in Islamic History — The Jat people and Meds have been the oldest occupants of Sind. The first Persian account of the 11th century Mujmat ut Tawarikh (1026), originally an ancient work in Sanskrit, mentions Jats and Meds as the ancient tribe of Sind and calls them… …

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  • 108Theodefrid — ( la. Theodefridus) was the Frankish duke of the Alemanni in the Diocese of Avenches until 573, when Marius became bishop and took over the secular affairs of the diocese. Marius in his Chronicon mentioned five dukes that ruled Avenches between… …

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  • 109Catholic World News — is an online news service founded in 1996 by Philip F. Lawler, a former editor of the conservative Catholic magazine Crisis and employee of the Heritage Foundation. It is an independent news service, staffed by lay Catholic journalists, providing …

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  • 110Flavius Petrus Iustinianus — Justinian I., Mosaikdetail aus der Kirche San Vitale in Ravenna Münzen ( …

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  • 111Flavius Petrus Sabbatius Iustinianus — Justinian I., Mosaikdetail aus der Kirche San Vitale in Ravenna Münzen ( …

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  • 112Iustinian I. — Justinian I., Mosaikdetail aus der Kirche San Vitale in Ravenna Münzen ( …

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  • 113Justinian I. — Justinian I., Mosaikdetail aus der Kirche San Vitale in Ravenna …

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  • 114Harry Turtledove — en août 2005 Nom de naissance Harry Norman Turtledove Autres noms …

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  • 115Раджарам, Наваратна Шриниваса — Наваратна Шриниваса Раджарам Navaratna Srinivasa Rajaram Род деятельности: индийский математик, историк, лингвист и писатель, автор книг по истории Древней Индии Дата рождения …

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  • 116Наваратна Раджарам — Наваратна Шриниваса Раджарам Navaratna Srinivasa Rajaram Род деятельности: индийский математик, историк, лингвист и писатель, автор книг по истори …

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  • 117Наваратна Шриниваса Раджарам — Navaratna Srinivasa Rajaram Род деятельности: индийский математик, историк, лингвист и писатель, автор книг по истори …

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  • 118Раджарам — Раджарам, Наваратна Шриниваса Наваратна Шриниваса Раджарам Navaratna Srinivasa Rajaram Род деятельности: индийский …

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  • 119Donationof Constantine — Do·na·tion of Constantine (dō nāʹshən) n. A document fabricated probably during the 8th century, in which the emperor Constantine I purportedly grants to the Papacy temporal dominion over Italy and other western regions. Used throughout much of… …

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  • 120Brahman — Brahmanic /brah man ik/, Brahmanical, adj. /brah meuhn/, n., pl. Brahmans. Hinduism. 1. Also, Brahmin. a member of the highest, or priestly, class among the Hindus. Cf. Kshatriya, Shudra, Vaisya …

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