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  • 42 Tefillin — A set of tefillin includes the arm tefillin (left) and the head tefillin Halakhic texts relating to this article: Torah: Exodus 13:9 • …

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  • 45 XOR linked list — XOR linked lists are a data structure used in computer programming. They take advantage of the bitwise exclusive disjunction (XOR) operation, here denoted by ⊕, to decrease storage requirements for doubly linked lists. An ordinary doubly linked… …

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  • 46 Geography of Alberta — Country geography name = Alberta continent = America region = North America Western Canada coordinates = Coord|49|00|00|N|114|04|09|W|region:CA Coord|60|00|N|110|00|W|region:CA area|ranking = 6th among provinces km area = 661848 percent land = 97 …

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  • 47 February 1922 in the United Kingdom — See also: January 1922 in the United Kingdom, March 1922 in the United Kingdom, and the Timeline of British history. Outrages in IrelandOn 8 February a series of extraordinary raids was carried out on the border of Northern Ireland by members of… …

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  • 48 Raygun — A stereotypical raygun as shown in a 1955 patent application for a toy. This article is about weapons. For other meanings, see Raygun (disambiguat …

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  • 49 Judah Leon Abravanel — (or Abrabanel, otherwise known as: in Latin, Leo Hebraeus ; in Portuguese, Leão Hebreu ; in Spanish, León Hebreo ; in Italian, Leone Ebreo ; in English, Leo the Hebrew ; and in Hebrew, יהודה בן יצחק אברבנאל [ Yehuda ben Yitzhak Abravanel ] ) (c.… …

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  • 50 Charles G.D. Roberts — Sir Charles G. D. Roberts Source: Library and Archives Canada, C 006718 Born Charles George Douglas Roberts 1860 January 10 Douglas, New Brunswick Died 1943 November 26 …

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  • 52 Over-soul — “The Oversoul” is an essay by Ralph Waldo Emerson, first published in 1841. The broad subject of the essay, considered one of Emerson s best, is the human soul. Several general themes are treated: (1) the existence and nature of the human soul;… …

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  • 53 Hugh Pembroke Vowles — (born 1885 in Pembroke, Wales died 1951 in Oxlynch, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, England) was a British engineer, socialist and author. Early life and education Hugh Vowles was the son of Henry Hayes Vowles, a Wesleyan minister, author, and… …

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  • 54 Whitman National Debate Institute — The Whitman National Debate Institute is a one to three week camp for debate at Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington. It is designed specifically for high school coaches and students interested in Policy, Lincoln Douglas,and Public Forum… …

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  • 55 Long Healing Prayer — NOTOC Lawh i Anta l Kafi or the Long Healing Prayer is a prayer written in Arabic by Bahá u lláh, founder of the Bahá í Faith, in the Akká period. [http://www.h net.org/ bahai/rg/rg.leiden.html] The authorized English translation was done in 1980 …

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  • 56 Kitab al-Kafi — The Kitab al Kafi is a Twelver Shia hadith collection compiled by Mohammad Ya qub Kulainy. It is divided into three sections: Usul al Kafi , which is concerned with the principle of religion, Furu al Kafi , which is concerned with the details of… …

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  • 57 Chicago Annenberg Challenge — The Chicago Annenberg Challenge (CAC) was a Chicago public school reform project from 1995 to 2001 that worked with half of Chicago s public schools and was funded by a $49.2 million, 2 to 1 matching challenge grant over five years from the… …

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  • 58 ambassador — ambassadorial /am bas euh dawr ee euhl, dohr /, adj. ambassadorially, adv. ambassadorship, n. /am bas euh deuhr, dawr /, n. 1. a diplomatic official of the highest rank, sent by one sovereign or state to another as its resident representative… …

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  • 59 prohibitive — prohibitively, adv. prohibitiveness, n. /proh hib i tiv/, adj. 1. serving or tending to prohibit or forbid something. 2. sufficing to prevent the use, purchase, etc., of something: prohibitive prices. [1595 1605; < ML prohibitivus. See PROHIBIT,… …

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  • 60 sacrifice — sacrificeable, adj. sacrificer, n. /sak reuh fuys /, n., v., sacrificed, sacrificing. n. 1. the offering of animal, plant, or human life or of some material possession to a deity, as in propitiation or homage. 2. the person, animal, or thing so… …

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