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  • 161Survival of the fittest — For other uses, see Survival of the fittest (disambiguation). Herbert Spencer coined the phrase, survival of the fittest. Survival of the fittest is a phrase which is commonly used in contexts other than intended by its first two proponents:… …

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  • 162Hannah Primrose, Countess of Rosebery — thumb|right|200px|Hannah, Countess of Rosebery, painted by LeightonHannah Primrose, Countess of Rosebery (27 July 1851 ndash; 19 November 1890) was the daughter of Mayer de Rothschild and his wife Juliana, née Cohen. Upon the death of her father… …

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  • 163Charles John Napier — Admiral Sir Charles (John) Napier KCB RN (6 March 1786 [Priscilla Napier (1995), who is not elsewhere free from error, gives the year as 1787 (p. 1, and book title), but provides no evidence. All other authorities agree on 1786.] – 6 November… …

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  • 164Parliament of Ireland — This article is about the legislature abolished in 1801. For the legislature of the Republic of Ireland, see Oireachtas. For other uses, see Irish parliament (disambiguation). Parliament of the Kingdom of Ireland …

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  • 165African Jews — Since Biblical times, the Jewish people have had close ties with Africa, beginning with Abraham s sojourns in Egypt, and later the Israelite captivity under the Pharaohs. Some Jewish communities in Africa are among the oldest in the world, dating …

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  • 166Gary Ablett — Infobox afl player NEW playername = Gary Ablett fullname = Gary Robert Ablett, Senior image size = 127 birthdate = birth date and age|1961|10|01|df=y birthplace = Drouin, VictoriaAblett, G, Gary Ablett Ironbark Legends , Ironbark Legends, Sydney …

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  • 167Prior restraint — is a legal term referring to a government s actions that prevent materials from being published. Censorship that requires a person to seek governmental permission in the form of a license or imprimatur before publishing anything constitutes prior …

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  • 168Gregory Thaumaturgus — Infobox Saint name= Saint Gregory of Neocaesarea birth date= 213 AD death date= 270 AD feast day= 17 November venerated in= Roman Catholic Church; Eastern Orthodox imagesize= 250px caption= Saint Gregory the Wonderworker 14th century icon birth… …

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  • 169Harbottle Grimston — Sir Harbottle Grimston, 2nd Baronet (27 January 1603 ndash; 2 January 1685) was an English politician, and son of Sir Harbottle Grimston, Bart. (d. 1648), born at Bradfield Hall, near Manningtree.Educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, he became …

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  • 170Vinicio Cerezo — aboard the USS Iowa (BB 61) in March 1986 28th President of Guatemala In office …

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  • 171Parliamentary privilege — (also absolute privilege) is a legal immunity enjoyed by members of certain legislatures, in which legislators are granted protection against civil or criminal liability for actions done or statements made related to one s duties as a legislator …

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  • 172Encyclopaedia Metropolitana — The Encyclopaedia Metropolitana was published in London, from 1817 to 1845, quarto, 30 vols., and was issued in 59 parts (22,426 pages, 565 plates).It professed to give sciences and systematic arts entire and in their natural sequence, as shown… …

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  • 173Brian Kerr (football manager) — Brian Kerr, (born in Dublin, 5 March, 1953) is an Irish football manager, most noted for managing the Republic of Ireland national side.Early daysKerr grew up in Drimnagh, a suburb in south west Dublin. He began playing football for noted… …

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  • 174Isma'il Pasha — Isma il Pasha, known as Ismail the Magnificent ( ar. إسماعيل باشا) (December 31, 1830 ndash;March 2, 1895), was Wāli and subsequently Khedive of Egypt and Sudan from 1863 until he was removed at the behest of the British in 1879. While in power… …

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  • 175Stechford — is an area of Birmingham, England, situated about five miles east of the city centre, bordering Ward End, Yardley, Hodge Hill and Kitts Green.HistoryStechford s history is unclear. Its oldest components are Station Road (known as Stoney Lane… …

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  • 176Twickenham Stadium — Infobox Stadium stadium name = Twickenham Stadium nickname = The Cabbage Patch Twickers Headquarters caption = View from West Stand fullname = location = Twickenham, England coordinates = coord|51|27|21.58|N|0|20|29.63|W|type:landmark|display=inli… …

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  • 177Succession to the British throne — is governed both by common law and statute. Under common law the crown is passed on by male preference primogeniture.Bogdanor, p. 42] In other words, an individual s male children are preferred over his or her female children, and an older child… …

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  • 178Graeme Souness — Infobox Football biography playername = Graeme Souness fullname = Graeme James Souness height = dateofbirth = birth date and age|1953|5|6 cityofbirth = Edinburgh countryofbirth = Scotland currentclub = position = Midfielder youthyears =… …

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  • 179Philip Fruytiers — (1627 1666), Flemish painter and engraver, was a pupil of the Jesuits college at Antwerp in 1627, and entered the Antwerp gild of painters without a fee in 1631.He is described in the register of that institution as illuminator, painter and… …

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  • 180High Elves (Warhammer) — In Games Workshop s Warhammer Fantasy setting, the High Elves, or the Asur as they name themselves, are a race of Elves who live on the Isle of Ulthuan, analogous to Atlantis. The High Elf army appears to bear resemblance to the Byzantine Empire… …

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