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  • 141Sexton Blake — is a fictional detective who has appeared in many British comic strips and novels, described by Professor Jeffrey Richards on the BBC in The Radio Detectives in 2003 as the poor man s Sherlock Holmes . Sexton Blake adventures appeared in a wide… …

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  • 142Historiography of the French Revolution — The French Revolution stretches back over two hundred years prior to the event itself. Issues of causation became a contested issue in academic circles from the 1960s onwards in particular, and new research and interpretation continues to inform… …

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  • 143God the Father — In many religions, the supreme deity (God) is given the title and attributions of Father . In many forms of polytheism, the highest god has been conceived as a father of gods and of men . In the Israelite religion and modern Judaism, God is… …

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  • 144Major-General's Song — Henry Lytton as the Major General (1919). I Am the Very Model of a Modern Major General (often referred to as the Major General s Song or Modern Major General s Song) is a patter song from Gilbert and Sullivan s 1879 comic opera The Pirates of… …

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  • 145Coffin v. United States — Supreme Court of the United States Decided March 4, 1895 …

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  • 146Art theft — is the theft of art. This is usually done for the purpose of resale or ransom; occasionally thieves are also commissioned by dedicated private collectors. Stolen art is also often used between criminals in an underworld banking system as… …

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  • 147Red Book of Westmarch — The Red Book of Westmarch (sometimes Red Book of the Periannath , and The Downfall of the Lord of the Rings , also known as the Thain s Book after its principal version) is a fictional manuscript written by hobbits, a conceit of author J. R. R.… …

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  • 148Clyde F.C. — Clyde Full name Clyde Football Club Nickname(s) The Bully Wee Founded 1877 Ground …

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  • 149Crimean Gothic — Spoken in formerly Crimea Extinct by the 18th century(?) Language family Indo European Germanic …

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  • 150February 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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  • 151Eric Ambler — Eric Clifford Ambler OBE (28 June 1909 22 October 1998) was an influential English writer of spy novels who introduced a new realism to the genre. Ambler also used the pseudonym Eliot Reed for books co written with Charles Rodda. LifeAmbler was… …

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  • 152Dwain Chambers — Personal information Nationality English Born 5 April 1978 (1978 04 05) (age 33) Lo …

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  • 153Ulster Special Constabulary — The Ulster Special Constabulary (USC) (commonly called the B Specials ) was a reserve police force in Ireland. Formed during a period of great unrest following the Easter Rising and during the Irish War of Independence it was intended as a… …

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  • 154Apocalyptic literature — This entry only concerns the historical genre of apocalyptic literature. Justifications and interpretations within theological contexts are abundantly available at entries for individual books. For other uses, see Apocalypse (disambiguation) for… …

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  • 155Offshoring — Offshore may refer to oil and natural gas production at sea; see Oil platform. For the Philippine outsourcing company, see Offshoring Inc. Offshoring describes the relocation by a company of a business process from one country to another… …

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  • 156Opera in German — is the opera of the German speaking countries, most notably Germany (or the historic states which now form the Federal Republic of Germany) and Austria. This article focuses on opera in the German language, with brief mentions of German or… …

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  • 157Anthony Durnford — Lieutenant Colonel Anthony William Durnford (Ireland 24 May 1830 Isandlwana 22 January 1879) was a career British Army officer who served in the Anglo Zulu War. Breveted colonel, Durnford is mainly known for his presence at the defeat of the… …

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  • 158Minolta — Fate Merged Successor Konica Minolta Founded 1928 Osaka, Japan Defunct August 5, 2003 …

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  • 159Life peer — Peerage The peerage assemb …

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  • 160Ilinden–Preobrazhenie Uprising — A map of the uprising in the regions of Macedonia and Thrace. Present day borders are visible, together with Ottoman frontiers at the time. The Ilinden–Preobrazhenie Uprising or simply the Ilinden Uprising of August 1903 (Bulgarian: Илинденско… …

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