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  • 81 Spattered — Spatter Spat ter, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Spattered}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Spattering}.] [From the root of spit salvia.] 1. To sprinkle with a liquid or with any wet substance, as water, mud, or the like; to make wet of foul spots upon by sprinkling; as …

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  • 82 Spattering — Spatter Spat ter, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Spattered}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Spattering}.] [From the root of spit salvia.] 1. To sprinkle with a liquid or with any wet substance, as water, mud, or the like; to make wet of foul spots upon by sprinkling; as …

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  • 83 Sprinkle — Sprin kle, n. 1. A small quantity scattered, or sparsely distributed; a sprinkling. [1913 Webster] 2. A utensil for sprinkling; a sprinkler. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] …

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  • 84 Hogmanay — (pronounced IPA| [ˌhɔgməˈneː] mdash; with the main stress on the last syllable) is the Scots word for the last day of the year and is synonymous with the celebration of the New Year (Gregorian calendar) in the Scottish manner. Its official date… …

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  • 85 Vampire — For other uses, see Vampire (disambiguation). The Vampire, by Philip Burne Jones, 1897 Vampires …

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  • 86 Espresso — This article is about the coffee preparation method and the resulting beverage. For other uses, see Espresso (disambiguation). Petit noir redirects here. For French wine grapes also known as Petit noir, see Jurançon (grape) and Négrette. Espresso …

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  • 87 Altar — For other uses, see Altar (disambiguation). Detail from Religion, Charles Sprague Pearce (1896). Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C …

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  • 88 Tridentine Mass — For the forms of the Mass liturgy prior to 1570, see Pre Tridentine Mass. Tridentine Mass in a chapel of the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, Boston The Tridentine Mass is the form of the Roman Rite Mass contained in the typical editions …

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  • 89 613 Mitzvot — Part of a series of articles on Jews and Judaism …

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  • 90 Old Believers — Surikov, Vasily, Boyarynya Morozova …

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  • 91 Easter Monday — Two boys enjoy treats during the annual Easter egg roll at the White House lawn on Easter Monday, 1911 …

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  • 92 Charles Chauncy — President of Harvard College Term 1654 – 1672 …

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  • 93 Korban — Not to be confused with Eid al Adha, an Islamic festival which is known as Korban in some Asian cultures. Not to be confused with Karbon. Part of a series on …

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  • 94 Epiphany (holiday) — This article is about the feast day. For the feeling, see Epiphany (feeling). Epiphany, (Koine Greek: ἐπιφάνεια, epiphaneia, manifestation , striking appearance ,[1]) or Theophany, (Ancient Greek (ἡ) Θεοφάνεια, Τheophaneia,[2]) meaning vision of… …

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  • 95 Harae — or harai (祓?) is the general term for rituals of purification in Shinto. Harae is one of four essential elements involved in a Shinto ceremony [1]. The purpose is the purification of pollution or sins (tsumi) and uncleanness (kegare) [2]. These… …

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  • 96 Love & Hate (Section 25 album) — Infobox Album | Name = Love Hate Type = Album Artist = Section 25 Released = 1988 Recorded = 1986 Genre = Alternative, Electronic, Techno Length = 40:36 Label = Factory Producer = Larry Cassidy Reviews = *Allmusic (2.5/5)… …

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  • 97 Thingyan — A pickup truck full of revelers is doused with water on the streets of Taunggyi, Shan State. Official name Thingyan ( …

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  • 98 Carborundum printmaking — is a collograph printmaking technique in which the image is created by adding light passages to a dark field. Normally, cardboard or wood plates are coated in a layer of carborundum or screen, and the lights are created by filling in the texture… …

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  • 99 List of Japanese tea ceremony equipment — Some implements for tea ceremony. From bottom left: chashaku (tea scoop), sensu (fan), chasen kusenaoshi (whisk shaper), chasen (bamboo whisk) and fukusa (purple silk cloth) This is a list of articles used in Japanese tea ceremony. Please add… …

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  • 100 Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults — RCIA redirects here. For the company with this stock ticker symbol, see Rogers Communications. The Seven Sacraments by Rogier van der Weyden, ca. 1448. The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (often abbreviated RCIA) is the process through… …

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