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  • 181Damages (Jewish law) — Part of a series on …

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  • 182archaeology — archaeologist, n. /ahr kee ol euh jee/, n. 1. the scientific study of historic or prehistoric peoples and their cultures by analysis of their artifacts, inscriptions, monuments, and other such remains, esp. those that have been excavated. 2. Rare …

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  • 183Chinese languages — or Sinitic languages Family of languages comprising one of the two branches of Sino Tibetan. They are spoken by about 95% of the inhabitants of China and by many communities of Chinese immigrants elsewhere. Linguists regard the major dialect… …

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  • 184Babylonia — • Includes geography, history, and biblical references Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Babylonia     Babylonia     † …

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  • 185Interpretation of Dreams —     Interpretation of Dreams     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Interpretation of Dreams     There is in sleep something mysterious which seems, from the earliest times, to have impressed man and aroused his curiosity. What philosophy of sleep sprang… …

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  • 186The Blessed Eucharist as a Sacrament —     The Blessed Eucharist as a Sacrament     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Blessed Eucharist as a Sacrament     Since Christ is present under the appearances of bread and wine in a sacramental way, the Blessed Eucharist is unquestionably a… …

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  • 187Demons (novel) — Demons (also known as The Devils or The Possessed) …

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  • 188History of Islam — This article is about the history of Islam as a culture and polity. For the history of the Islamic faith, see Spread of Islam. For Islamic civilization, see Islamic civilization (disambiguation). For military conquests, see Islamic conquests. For …

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  • 189ḤASIDEI ASHKENAZ — ḤASIDEI ASHKENAZ, a social and ideological circle, with a particular religious outlook, in medieval German Jewry. The first centers of the movement were Regensburg in southern Germany and the communities of Speyer, Worms, and Mainz on the Rhine;… …

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  • 190HELLENISM — HELLENISM, term generally used by historians to refer to the period from the death of Alexander the Great (323 B.C.E.) to the death of Cleopatra and the incorporation of Egypt in the Roman Empire in 30 B.C.E. Egypt was the last important survivor …

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  • 191LANDJUDENSCHAFT — (Heb. Kehal Medinah, Benei ha Medinah), self governing institutions set up in almost all territories of the Holy Roman Empire where, during the second half of the 16th and the first half of the 17th century, Jewish communities either still… …

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  • 192Perfume — For other uses, see Perfume (disambiguation). The Perfume Maker, by Rodolphe Ernst Perfume (English: /ˈpɝː.fjuːm/, French parfum pronounced: [paʁ.fœ̃]) is a mixture of fragrant …

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  • 193Energy shield — An energy shield is a form of technology commonly found in science fiction, but also in development for real life space travel [ [http://space.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=dn11623 feedId=online news rss20 Deflector shields could protect future… …

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  • 194Coastal management — This article is about coastal management aimed to prevent erosion and flooding. For broader management issues, see Integrated coastal zone management. Oosterscheldekering sea wall, the Netherlands. In some jurisdictions the terms sea defense and… …

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  • 195United States and the International Criminal Court — Positions in the United States concerning the International Criminal Court (ICC) vary widely. The current U.S. administration does not intend to join the ICC, which was established in 2002 as a permanent criminal court to investigate and… …

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  • 196mystery religion — Any of various secret cults of the Greco Roman world. Derived from primitive tribal ceremonies, mystery religions reached their peak of popularity in Greece in the first three centuries AD. Their members met secretly to share meals and take part… …

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  • 197Alaska — • The first knowledge of Alaska was acquired in 1741 through the expedition under Vitus Bering, a Dane in the Russian service, who sailed from Okhoysk Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Alaska     Alaska …

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  • 198Brussels — • Capital of the Kingdom of Belgium Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Brussels     Brussels     † …

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  • 199Malay folklore — refers to a series of knowledge, traditions and taboos that have been passed down through many generations in oral, written and symbolic forms among the indigenous populations residing within the Maritime Southeast Asia. They include among others …

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  • 200Mthwakazi — This word Mthwakazi is derived from the name of Queen Mu Thwa, the first ruler of the Mthwakazi territory who ruled around 7,000 years ago. She was the matriarch of the Aba Thwa, the San people who were derogatively called the Bushmen by… …

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