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  • 121God complex — A God complex is a psychological state of mind in which a person believes that they have supernatural powers or god like abilities. The person generally believes they are above the rules of society and should be given special consideration.… …

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  • 122Emma (manga) — Infobox animanga/Header name = Emma caption = Emma manga volume 1 ja name = エマ ja name trans = Ema genre = Drama, Historical, RomanceInfobox animanga/Manga title = author = Kaoru Mori publisher = flagicon|Japan Enterbrain publisher en =… …

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  • 123Slavery in antiquity — Part of a series on Slavery Contemporary slavery …

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  • 124Suzan Farmer — Infobox actor imagesize = 150px bgcolour = name = Suzan Farmer birthname = birthdate = birth date and age|1942|06|16|df=y location = Kent, England, UK flagicon|England flagicon|UK deathdate = deathplace = occupation = Actress spouse = Ian McShane …

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  • 125Yambo Ouologuem — Born August 22, 1940 (1940 08 22) (age 71) Bandiagara, Mali Pen name Utto Rodolph Occupation Teacher, Marabout Nationality …

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  • 126Der Untertan — Cover of an English translation. Der Untertan is the most famous novel by German author Heinrich Mann. It has been translated into English under the titles Man of Straw, The Patrioteer, and The Loyal Subject (translation by Helmut Peitsch). The… …

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  • 127Flavius Cresconius Corippus — was a late Roman epic poet of the 6th century, who flourished under East Roman Emperors Justinian I and Justin II. His major works are the epic poem Johannis and the panegyric In laudem Justini minoris . Corippus was probably the last important… …

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  • 128Life and Fate — infobox Book | name = Life and Fate title orig = translator = author = Vasily Grossman illustrator = cover artist = country = U.S.S.R. language = Russian series = genre = publisher = release date = media type = pages = isbn = preceded by =… …

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  • 129Józef Zajączek — This is an article about the 19th century general. For a 20th century one, see Józef Zając. Prince Józef Zajączek (Coat of arms of Świnka), (1 November, 1752, Kamieniec Podolski 28 August, 1826, Warsaw) was a controversial Polish general and… …

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  • 130Ministerialis — (plural ministeriales); a post classical Latin word, used in English, meaning originally servitor, agent, in a broad range of senses. In Germany, in the High Middle Ages, the word and its German translations, Ministeriale(n) and Dienstmann, came… …

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  • 131Antipornography Civil Rights Ordinance — The Antipornography Civil Rights Ordinance (also known as the Dworkin MacKinnon Antipornography Civil Rights Ordinance or Dworkin MacKinnon Ordinance) is a name for several proposed local ordinances, closely associated with the anti pornography… …

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  • 132Landulf I of Benevento — Landulf I (died 10 April 943), sometimes called Antipater, [Antipater seems to derive from his Greek title anthypatos .] was the prince of Capua (as Landulf III) and prince of Benevento from 12 January 901, when his father, Atenulf I, prince of… …

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  • 133Giri (Japanese) — Nihongo|Giri| is a Japanese value roughly corresponding to duty , obligation , or even burden of obligation in English, but one with a far more pervasive influence on the Japanese world view and culture than its English equivalent. It is defined… …

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  • 134New Negro — is a term popularized during the Harlem Renaissance implying a more outspoken advocacy of dignity and a refusal to submit quietly to the practices and laws of Jim Crow racial segregation. The term New Negro was made popular by Alain LeRoy Locke.… …

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  • 135Crisis of the Roman Republic — The Crisis of the Roman Republic refers to an extended period of political instability and social unrest that culminated in the demise of the Roman Republic and the advent of the Roman Empire, from about 134 BC to 44 BC. The exact dates of the… …

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  • 136Medical community of ancient Rome — Symbolic statue of Asclepius holding the Rod of Asclepius. In later times it was confused with the Caduceus, which has two snakes. The snake shown may have originated as a parasitic worm removed on a stick, but it played a role as a healing… …

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  • 137Maurice Yeatman — Dad s Army character name=Maurice Yeatman affiliation= occupation=Verger of St Aldhelm s Church start=First series (1968) as caretaker; verger from third series (1969) portrayer=Edward SinclairMr Maurice Yeatman [In one episode, War Dance , the… …

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  • 138Heads of Proposals — The Heads Of Proposals was a set of propositions intended to be a basis for a constitutional settlement after King Charles I was defeated in the first English Civil War [ [http://www.british civil wars.co.uk/glossary/heads of proposals.htm Heads… …

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  • 139George Downing — Sir George Downing, 1st Baronet (1623 ndash; July 1684) was an Anglo Irish soldier and diplomat, son of Emmanuel Downing, barrister, and of Lucy, sister of Massachusetts Bay Governor John Winthrop. He was born in Dublin, Ireland. Downing Street,… …

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  • 140Anna Politkovskaya assassination — The assassination of Anna Politkovskaya, the Russian journalist, writer and human rights activist, took place on Saturday, 7 October 2006. She was well known for her opposition to the Chechen conflict and criticism of Russian President Vladimir… …

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