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  • 101David I of Scotland — David I King of the Scots ... (more) Reign April or May 1124 – 24 May 1153 Coronation Scone, April or May 1124 …

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  • 102Edward Coke — This article is about the seventeenth century jurist. For other uses, see Edward Coke (disambiguation). Sir Edward Coke …

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  • 103Great Train Robbery (1963) — The Great Train Robbery is the name given to a £2.6 million train robbery committed on 8 August 1963 at Bridego Railway Bridge, Ledburn near Mentmore in Buckinghamshire, England.[1] The bulk of the stolen money was not recovered. It was probably… …

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  • 104Symeon of Durham — Symeon (or Simeon) of Durham (d. after 1129), English chronicler, embraced the monastic life before the year 1083 in the monastery of Jarrow; but only made his profession at a later date, after he had removed with the rest of his community to… …

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  • 105Richard Krajicek — Infobox Tennis player playername = Richard Krajicek nickname = country = NED residence = Muiderberg, Netherlands datebirth = birth date and age|mf=yes|1971|12|6 placebirth = Rotterdam, Netherlands height = height|m=1.95 weight = convert|89|kg|lb… …

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  • 106Christian Gottlob Heyne — (25 September 1729 – 14 July 1812) was a German classical scholar and archaeologist as well as long time director of the Göttingen State and University Library. Biography He was born in Chemnitz, Electorate of Saxony. His father was a …

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  • 107Battle of Bunker Hill — For a list of numerous places and things that are named after this battle, see Bunker Hill (disambiguation). Battle of Bunker Hill Part of the American Revolutionary War …

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  • 108John Rutledge — Infobox Chief Justice name = John Rutledge imagesize = 190 caption = office = 2nd Chief Justice of the United States termstart = July 1, 1795 termend = December 15, 1795 nominator = George Washington appointer = predecessor = John Jay successor …

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  • 109Constitution of the Irish Free State — The Constitution Committee meeting at the Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin. The Constitution of the Irish Free State was the first constitution of the independent Irish state. It was enacted with the adoption of the Constitution of the Irish Free State… …

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  • 110Uruk-hai — In J. R. R. Tolkien s fictional universe of Middle earth, the Uruk hai (Black Speech: Orc folk ), anglicized to Uruks, were an advanced breed of Orcs that appeared during the Third Age.LiteratureThe race of Uruk hai, described as very large black …

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  • 111Jeremy Taylor — (1613 13 August, 1667) was a clergyman in the Church of England who achieved fame as an author during The Protectorate of Oliver Cromwell. He is sometimes known as the Shakespeare of Divines for his poetic style of expression and was often… …

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  • 112Aran Islands — Not to be confused with Isle of Arran or Arranmore …

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  • 113Battle of Milne Bay — Part of World War II, Pacific War Australian troops at Milne Bay in 1942, sh …

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  • 114Pierre Waldeck-Rousseau — Infobox Prime Minister name=Pierre Waldeck Rousseau caption= Waldeck Rousseau, photographed by Nadar order=68th Prime Minister of France term start =22 June 1899 term end =7 June 1902 predecessor =Charles Dupuy successor =Émile Combes birth date …

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  • 115Charles Auguste Louis Joseph, duc de Morny — Charles Auguste Louis Joseph Demorny/de Morny, 1st Duc de Morny (September 15 16 1811 in Switzerland ndash; March 10 1865 in Paris) was a French statesman. He was the natural son of Hortense de Beauharnais (wife of Louis Bonaparte, and queen of… …

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  • 116William Kempe — See Will Kempe (actor) for the contemporary television actor William Kempe (died 1603?), also spelled Kemp, was an English actor and dancer best known for being one of the original actors in William Shakespeare s plays. Specialising in comic… …

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  • 117George Villiers, 2nd Duke of Buckingham — George Villiers, 2nd Duke of Buckingham, KG, PC, FRS (10 January 1628 – 16 April 1687), was an English statesman and poet. Upbringing and education George was the son of George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham, favourite of James I and Charles I …

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  • 118Samuel Rawson Gardiner — (4 March 1829 24 February 1902) was an English historian.The son of Rawson Boddam Gardiner, he was born near Alresford, Hampshire. He was educated at Winchester College and Christ Church, Oxford, where he obtained a first class in literae… …

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  • 119Fourteen Points — ) remained skeptical of the applicability of Wilsonian idealism. [Irwin Unger, These United States (2007) 561.] The speech was delivered over 10 months before the Armistice with Germany ended World War I, but the Fourteen Points became the basis… …

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  • 120The Five — For other uses, see 5 (disambiguation). The Five Mily Balakirev César Cui Modest Mussorgsky Nikolai Rimsky Korsakov Alexander Borodin …

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