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  • 61truism — noun Date: 1708 an undoubted or self evident truth; especially one too obvious for mention • truistic adjective …

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  • 62undoubtedly — adverb see undoubted …

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  • 63Alexander the Great — This article is about the ancient king of Macedon. For other uses, see Alexander the Great (disambiguation). Alexander the Great Basileus of Macedon …

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  • 64Anxiety — For other uses, see Anxiety (disambiguation). Anxiety A marble bust of the Roman Emperor Decius from the Capitoline Museum. This portrait conveys an impression of anxiety and weariness, as of a man shouldering heavy [state] responsibilities …

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  • 65Area 51 — This article is about the U.S. Air Force installation in Nevada. For other uses, see Area 51 (disambiguation). Area 51 …

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  • 66Aegean civilization — is a general term for the Bronze Age civilizations of Greece and the Aegean. There are in fact three distinct but communicating and interacting geographic regions covered by this term: Crete, the Cyclades and the Greek mainland. Crete is… …

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  • 67Canonization — For other uses, see Canonization (disambiguation). Icon of St. Cyprian of Carthage, who urged diligence in the process of canonization. Canonization (or canonisation) is the act by which a Christian church declares a deceased person to be a saint …

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  • 68Deism — For other uses, see Deism (disambiguation). Part of a series on God General c …

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  • 69Edward VI of England — Infobox British Royalty|majesty name = Edward VI title = King of England and Ireland caption = Edward as Prince of Wales, Flemish School [Once attributed to Hans Eworth, the portrait has more recently been associated with William Scrots, though… …

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  • 70Gun politics — A pyre of confiscated smuggled weapons about to be set ablaze in Nairobi, Kenya …

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  • 71Parliament of the United Kingdom — of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Type Type Bicameral …

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  • 72Joseph Conrad — Infobox Writer name = Joseph Conrad birthdate = birth date|1857|12|3|df=y birthplace = Berdychiv, Russian Empire (now Ukraine) deathdate = death date and age|1924|8|3|1857|12|3|df=y deathplace = Bishopsbourne, England occupation = Novelist… …

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  • 73Laurence Sterne — Infobox Writer name = Laurence Sterne imagesize = caption = pseudonym = birthname = Laurence Sterne birthdate = November 24, 1713 birthplace = deathdate = March 18, 1768 (tuberculosis) deathplace = occupation = novelist, clergyman nationality =… …

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  • 74Metallica (album) — Metallica Studio album by Metallica Released August 12, 1991 …

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  • 75Mount Baker — For other uses, see Mount Baker (disambiguation). Mount Baker Mount Baker as seen from the Southeast at Boulder Creek …

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  • 76Nuremberg Trials — For the 1947 Soviet film about the trials, see Nuremberg Trials (film). The Holocaust …

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  • 77Olney Hymns — The Olney Hymns (Olney is sometimes pronounced Oh knee, but more frequently all knee) were first published in February 1779, and are the combined work of curate John Newton (1725–1807) and his poet friend, William Cowper (1731–1800). The hymns… …

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  • 78Pythagorean theorem — See also: Pythagorean trigonometric identity The Pythagorean theorem: The sum of the areas of the two squares on the legs (a and b) equals the area of the square on the hypotenuse (c) …

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  • 79Pompey — For other uses, see Pompey (disambiguation). Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus Roman statue of Pompey, at the Villa Arconati a Castellazzo di Bollate (Milan, Italy). It was brought there from Rome in 1627 by Galeazzo Arconati. Born September 29, 106 BC …

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  • 80Potsdamer Platz — Major buildings at Potsdamer Platz from the air in 2004 …

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