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  • 181Sociology — For the journal, see Sociology (journal). Sociology …

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  • 182Islam — Islamic /is lam ik, lah mik, iz /, Islamitic /is leuh mit ik, iz /, adj. /is lahm , iz , is leuhm, iz /, n. 1. the religious faith of Muslims, based on the words and religious system founded by the prophet Muhammad and taught by the Koran, the… …

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  • 183Winston Churchill — For other uses, see Winston Churchill (disambiguation). Churchill redirects here. For other uses, see Churchill (disambiguation). The Right Honourable Sir Winston Churchill …

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  • 184Matchbox (toy) — Matchbox is a die cast toy brand currently owned by Mattel, Inc. Matchbox toys were so named because the original models were packed in boxes similar in size and style to boxes of matches. The series became so popular that the Matchbox name was… …

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  • 185Origin of the Romanians — History of Romania This article is part of a series Prehistory …

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  • 186John Marshall Harlan II — Infobox Judge name = John Marshall Harlan imagesize = caption = office = Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court termstart = March 28, 1955 termend = September 23, 1971 nominator = Dwight D. Eisenhower appointer = predecessor =… …

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  • 187Hungary — • History of the country Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Hungary     Hungary     † Cathol …

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  • 188Leo XIII —     Pope Leo XIII     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Leo XIII     Born 2 March, 1810, at Carpineto; elected pope 20 February, 1878; died 20 July, 1903, at Rome. Gioacchino Vincenzo Raffaele Luigi was the sixth of the seven sons of Count Lodovico… …

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  • 189Pope Leo XIII —     Pope Leo XIII     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Leo XIII     Born 2 March, 1810, at Carpineto; elected pope 20 February, 1878; died 20 July, 1903, at Rome. Gioacchino Vincenzo Raffaele Luigi was the sixth of the seven sons of Count Lodovico… …

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  • 190International child abduction in Japan — Main article: International child abduction Protesters of abduction of children to Japan at the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear In Washington D.C. International child abduction in Japan refers to the illegal international abduction or removal …

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  • 191Mithraic mysteries — Double faced Mithraic relief. Rome, 2nd to 3rd century AD. Louvre Museum The Mithraic Mysteries were a mystery religion practised in the Roman Empire from about the 1st to 4th centuries AD. The name of the Persian god Mithra, adapted into Greek… …

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  • 192Ontario v. Quon — Supreme Court of the United States Argued April 19, 2010 Decided June 17, 2010 …

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  • 193Matchbox (brand) — For other uses, see Matchbox (disambiguation). Matchbox Type Die cast toy Owner Mattel, Inc Country Origin Lesney, England Current U.S …

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  • 194HTML — For the use of HTML on Wikipedia, see Help:HTML in wikitext. HTML (HyperText Markup Language) Filename extension .html, .htm Internet media type text/html Type code TEXT …

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  • 195Anglo-German Naval Agreement — Infobox Treaty name = Anglo German Naval Agreement (A.G.N.A) long name = Exchange of Notes between His Majesty s Government in the United Kingdom and the German Government regrading the Limition of Naval Armaments type = Naval limitation… …

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  • 196History of the Portuguese Communist Party — The History of the Portuguese Communist Party (Portuguese: Partido Comunista Português , pron. IPA2|pɐɾ. ti.ðu ku.mu. niʃ.tɐ puɾ.tu. ɣeʃ or PCP), spans a period of more than 85 years, since its foundation in 1921 as the Portuguese section of the… …

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  • 197List of studies on Neuro-linguistic programming — (NLP) summarizes the many studies that have been performed relevant to NLP, since the early 1980s. These tend to be of three types: studies, metastudies, and research in related fields (notably cognitive science and neuroscience). A fourth kind… …

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  • 198comet — cometary /kom i ter ee/, cometic /keuh met ik/, cometical, adj. cometlike, adj. /kom it/, n. Astron. a celestial body moving about the sun, usually in a highly eccentric orbit, consisting of a central mass surrounded by an envelope of dust and… …

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  • 199sun — sunlike, adj. /sun/, n., v., sunned, sunning. n. 1. (often cap.) the star that is the central body of the solar system, around which the planets revolve and from which they receive light and heat: its mean distance from the earth is about 93… …

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  • 200Jean de Charlier de Gerson —     Jean de Charlier de Gerson     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Jean de Charlier de Gerson     The surname being the name of his native place; b. in the hamlet of Gerson 14 December, 1363; d. at Lyons, 12 July, 1429. The hamlet of Gerson has… …

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