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  • 181Maianbar, New South Wales — Maianbar Sydney, New South Wales Aerial image of Maianbar looking to the North. Postcode: 223 …

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  • 183Charlos Gary — (born September 14, 1968) is an African American cartoonist and comic strip author, best known for creating a series entitled Working It Out, a strip that deals with office politics in a format similar to Dilbert. Contents 1 Biography 2 Creative… …

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  • 184Rakwool — was an Australian Thoroughbred gelding racehorse who carried 73kg (11st 7lbs) to win the Grand National Steeplechase at Flemington by 20 lengths in 1931. He cleared the fences beautifully that day, to the relief and surprise of his backers,… …

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  • 185Udumbara (Buddhism) — In Buddhism, the flower and fruit of the Ficus racemosa tree are referred to as the udumbara (Sanskrit: उडुम्बर).cite book last = McCullough first = Helen Craig authorlink = coauthors = Murasaki Shikibu title = Genji and Heike: Selections from… …

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  • 186Beulah — ist in amerikanischen Bibelausgaben der Name für das gelobte Land Israel: „No longer will they call you Deserted, or name your land Desolate. But you will be called Hephzibah, and your land Beulah; for the Lord will take delight in you, and your… …

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  • 187BreakFree Peninsula Resort Gold Coast (Gold Coast) — BreakFree Peninsula Resort Gold Coast country: Australia, city: Gold Coast (Surfers Paradise) BreakFree Peninsula Resort Gold Coast The BreakFree Peninsula Resort is an ideal place to stay when you are in Gold Coast.Location BreakFree Peninsula… …

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  • 188rejoice — rejoiceful, adj. rejoicer, n. /ri joys /, v., rejoiced, rejoicing. v.i. 1. to be glad; take delight (often fol. by in): to rejoice in another s happiness. v.t. 2. to make joyful; gladden: a song to rejoice the heart. [1275 1325; ME rejoicen < OF&#8230; …

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  • 189Dawson, Les — ▪ 1994       British comedian (b. Feb. 2, 1934, Collyhurst, near Manchester, England d. June 10, 1993, Manchester), was a stand up comic and television personality whose dour, misanthropic humour was reminiscent of W.C. Fields but reflected his&#8230; …

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  • 190Cornelius P. Rhoads — on the cover of TIME Magazine, June 27, 1949 Cornelius P. Rhoads (1898 – 1959) was an American doctor and pathologist who became infamous for allegedly performing deadly experiments on human beings.[1 …

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  • 191Каддафи, Айша — Аиша Каддафи араб. عائشة القذافي‎‎ Дата рождения 1976&#160;год(1976) Место&#160;рождения Триполи, Ливийская Арабская Республика Принадлежн …

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  • 192Book of the City of Ladies, The — (Le Livre de Cité des dames)    by Christine de Pizan (1405)    In one of her most famous treatises, The Book of the City of Ladies, the French “feminist” writer Christine de Pizan (1364–1429 or 1430) powerfully responded to the vitriolic mockery …

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  • 193like — I. , adj. [i liche]. O. and N. 1458; [ilek]. Pilate, 111 II. , v. a. == approve of. RG. 92 III. , v. n. == take delight in. Ps. xxxvi. 4; please, be pleasing. O. and N. 342; impers. ‘hym likede.’ RG. 21 …

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  • 194diligent — adjective careful and conscientious in one s work or duties. Derivatives diligently adverb Origin ME: via OFr. from L. diligens, diligent assiduous , from diligere love, take delight in …

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  • 195lip — n 1.Usu. lips labia, mouth. 2.Slang. impudence, insolence, sauciness, Inf. sauce, Inf. sassiness, Inf. back talk, Dial. sass, Inf. cheek, Sl. mouth, Sl. mouthing off, Sl. smarting off; discourtesy, rudeness, incivility, impertinence, flippancy,&#8230; …

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  • 196rejoice — re•joice [[t]rɪˈdʒɔɪs[/t]] v. joiced, joic•ing 1) to feel joy or gladness; take delight (often fol. by in or at) 2) to make joyful; gladden • Etymology: 1275–1325; ME &LT; OF rejouiss , long s. of rejouir=re re +jouir to rejoice &LT; VL*gaudīre,&#8230; …

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  • 197rejoice — [c]/rəˈdʒɔɪs / (say ruh joys) verb (rejoiced, rejoicing) –verb (i) 1. to be glad; take delight (in). –verb (t) 2. to make joyful; gladden. {Middle English, from Old French rejoiss , stem of rejoir, from re re + joir joy} –rejoicer …

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  • 198exult — [v1] be joyful be delighted, be elated, be happy, be in high spirits*, be jubilant, be overjoyed, celebrate, cheer, jubilate, jump for joy*, make merry*, rejoice; concepts 32,266 Ant. be sad, grieve, mourn exult [v2] boast bluster, brag, bully,&#8230; …

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  • 199glory — [n1] fame, importance celebrity, dignity, distinction, eminence, exaltation, grandeur, greatness, honor, illustriousness, immortality, kudos, magnificence, majesty, nobility, praise, prestige, renown, reputation, splendor, sublimity, triumph;&#8230; …

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  • 200diligent — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ careful and conscientious in a task or duties. DERIVATIVES diligently adverb. ORIGIN from Latin diligere love, take delight in …

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