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  • 141General Santander National Police Academy — (or Escuela General Santander de la Policia Nacional in Spanish) is the main educational center for the Colombian National Police. the academy functions as a university for the formation of its force. HistoryThe institution was created by the… …

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  • 142Vincent-Marie Viénot, Count of Vaublanc — The Count of Vaublanc 31st Minister of the Interior (France) In office 26 Septe …

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  • 143Smbat Shahaziz — (1840, Ashtarak, Armenia January 5, 1908, Moscow, Russia) was an Armenian educator, poet and publicist. BiographyBorn in a family of a priest, he was the youngest of six brothers. He was home schooled until the age 10, and then sent to Lazarian… …

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  • 144New Departure (Ireland) — The term New Departure has been used to describe several initiatives in the late 19th century where Irish republicans, who were committed to independence from Britain through use of physical force, attempted to find a common ground for… …

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  • 145Kalamandalam Krishnan Nair — (1914 1990) was one of the most renowned Kathakali artistes of any time, and arguably the greatest in the history of the four century old classical dance drama from Kerala in southern India. He had fleshy, flexible and clean cut facial features… …

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  • 146House slave — A House slave was a slave who worked and often lived in the house of the slave owner. House slaves had many duties such as cooking, cleaning, serving meals and caring for children. Contents 1 House slaves in antiquity 1.1 House slaves in Greece 1 …

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  • 147Sassoon Eskell — Sir Sassoon Eskell , KBE (17 March 1860 – 31 August 1932) was an Iraqi statesman and financiercite web url = http://dangoor.com/TheScribe20.pdf| title = The Scribe – Journal of Babylonian Jewry, October 1986, Issue 20, p.7] . Also known as… …

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  • 148Swadhyay Movement — is a Hindu reform movement, first started in 1950s by Swadhyay Parivar, a socio religious organization set up by noted Indian philosopher and orator, Pandurang Shastri Athavale, also known as Dadaji, who was later awarded the Templeton Prize in… …

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  • 149Spanish Renaissance literature — is the literature written in Spain during the Renaissance.IntroductionThe political, religious, literary, and war relations between Italy and Spain since the second half of the 15th century caused a remarkable cultural interchange between these… …

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  • 150Prelude (short story) — Prelude is a 1918 short story by Katherine Mansfield. It was first published by the Hogarth Press in July 1918, and later reprinted in Bliss and Other Stories . [Katherine Mansfield, Selected Stories , Oxford World s Classics, explanatory notes]… …

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  • 151Haldane Burgess — James John (J.J.) Haldane Burgess (1862 1927) is a great figure in Shetland s cultural history, being a fine poet, novelist, musician, and linguist, as well as a pioneer socialist. His published works include Rasmie s Büddie, Some Shetland Folk,… …

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  • 152Lorenzo Domínguez — (1901 1963)Lorenzo Domínguez (Santiago de Chile 1901 Mendoza, Argentina 1963) was a prolific Latin American sculptor whose art is a deliberate and personal synthesis of pre Columbian and Rapa Nui (Easter Island) aesthetics with a European… …

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  • 153Methodist diaconal order — Contents 1 Ecclesiology 2 General character 3 History of the Order 4 Form of address 5 Habit …

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  • 154Frederic M. Scherer — Frederic Michael Scherer (b. 1932, Ottawa, IL, USA) is an American economist. Since 2006 he is Emeritus Professor of Public Policy and Corporate Management in the Aetna Chair, in the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. From… …

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  • 155Gregorio Perfecto — Infobox Philippine Supreme Court Associate Justice|small name=Gregorio Perfecto order= term start= June 6, 1945 term end= August 17, 1949 predecessor= none Supreme Court was reorganized after Liberation in 1945] successor= Felix Angelo Bautista… …

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  • 156Andrew Mercer Reformatory for Women — Infobox Prison prison name = Andrew Mercer Reformatory for Women location = Toronto, Ontario coordinates = 43.6388°N 79.4231°W status = Closed classification = capacity = opened = 1872 closed = 1969 managed by = director = The Andrew Mercer… …

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  • 157Hiram Hunter — (1874 1966) was a New Zealand politician and trade unionist. Political careerBorn in Christchurch, Hunter was a farmer, storekeeper, carter, and trade unionist. Hunter stood for the Christchurch East electorate in the New Zealand House of… …

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  • 158Danvers Statement — The Danvers Statement is an official statement of the complementarian Christian view of gender roles. It is not the product of any particular Christian denomination, but has been endorsed or cited by many Christian groups. It was first published… …

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  • 159List of pangrams — This is a list of pangrams which are sentences using every letter of the alphabet at least once.= Perfect pangrams in English (26 letters) = Without proper nouns or initialisms * Cwm fjord bank glyphs vext quiz. ( Carved symbols in a mountain… …

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  • 160Alexander A. Vandegrift — General Alexander A. Vandegrift Alexander Archer Vandegrift (* 13. März 1887 in Charlottesville, Virginia; † 8. Mai 1973 in Bethesda, Maryland) war ein General des United States Marine Corps. Während des Pazifikkrieges kommand …

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