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  • 101St. Francis of Assisi —     St. Francis of Assisi     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Francis of Assisi     Founder of the Franciscan Order, born at Assisi in Umbria, in 1181 or 1182 the exact year is uncertain; died there, 3 October, 1226.     His father, Pietro… …

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  • 102Gregory I —     Pope St. Gregory I ( the Great )     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope St. Gregory I ( the Great )     Doctor of the Church; born at Rome about 540; died 12 March 604. Gregory     is certainly one of the most notable figures in Ecclesiastical… …

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  • 103Pope St. Gregory I (the Great) —     Pope St. Gregory I ( the Great )     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope St. Gregory I ( the Great )     Doctor of the Church; born at Rome about 540; died 12 March 604. Gregory     is certainly one of the most notable figures in Ecclesiastical… …

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  • 104St. Gregory the Great —     Pope St. Gregory I ( the Great )     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope St. Gregory I ( the Great )     Doctor of the Church; born at Rome about 540; died 12 March 604. Gregory     is certainly one of the most notable figures in Ecclesiastical… …

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  • 105St. Joseph of Cupertino —     St. Joseph of Cupertino     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Joseph of Cupertino     Mystic, born 17 June, 1603; died at Osimo 18 September, 1663; feast, 18 September. Joseph received his surname from Cupertino, a small village in the Diocese of …

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  • 106The Irish (in Countries Other Than Ireland) —     The Irish (in countries other than Ireland)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Irish (in countries other than Ireland)     I. IN THE UNITED STATES     Who were the first Irish to land on the American continent and the time of their arrival are …

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  • 107inadmissible — in·ad·mis·si·ble /ˌin əd mi sə bəl/ adj: not admissible inadmissible evidence inadmissible testimony in·ad·mis·si·bil·i·ty / ˌmi sə bi lə tē/ n in·ad·mis·si·bly adv …

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  • 108incompetent — in·com·pe·tent 1 /in käm pə tənt/ adj 1: not legally qualified: as a: lacking legal capacity (as because of age or mental deficiency) b: incapable due to mental or physical condition compare competent c …

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  • 109unfit — 1. adjective /ʌnˈfɪt/ a) Not fit; not having the correct requirements. Jack cannot run, making him unfit for the track team. b) Not fit, not having a good physical demeanor. Ive become so unfit after stopping cycling to town. 2 …

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  • 110CLARKE, Marcus Andrew Hislop (1846-1881) — always known as Marcus Clarke novelist and miscellaneous writer was born at Kensington, London, on 24 April 1846. His father, William Hislop Clarke, was a barrister, his mother died before he was a year old. Clarke was educated at a private… …

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  • 111DAVEY, Thomas (c.1760-1823) — second governor of Tasmania. No details are known of his early life, but he was serving in the army or navy in 1777, and went to Australia as a lieutenant of marines in the first fleet 10 years later. He left Sydney at the end of 1792, at the… …

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  • 112KINGSLEY, Henry (1830-1876) — novelist was born at Barnack rectory, Northamptonshire, on 2 January 1830, the youngest brother of Charles Kingsley, novelist and poet. Their father, the Rev. Charles Kingsley the elder, who came of a long line of clergymen and soldiers, married… …

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  • 113NEILSON, John Shaw (1872-1942) — poet was born at Penola, South Australia, on 22 February 1872. He was of purely Scottish ancestry, his grandparents were John Neilson and Jessie MacFarlane of Cupar, Neil Mackinnon of Skye, and Margaret Stuart of Greenock. His mother, Margaret… …

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  • 114SMYTH, Robert Brough (1830-1889) — geologist, mineralogist and writer on aborigines son of Edward Smyth, mining engineer, was born at Carville, near Newcastle, England, in 1830. He was educated at a school at Whickam, afterwards studied geology, chemistry and natural science, and… …

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  • 115Characters of Shakespear's Plays —   …

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  • 116Super Touring — Super Touring, Class 2 or Class II was a motor racing Touring Cars category defined by the Fédération Internationale de l Automobile (FIA) for national touring car racing in 1993.[1] It was based on the 2 litre Touring Car Formula created… …

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  • 117Covered goods wagon — This article is about the European railway wagon. For US practice, see Boxcar. For the Wild West wagon, see Covered wagon. A covered goods wagon or van (US: boxcar) is a railway goods wagon which is designed for the transportation of moisture… …

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  • 118Manchester–Sheffield–Wath electric railway — [v · d · …

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  • 119Muumuu — Woman wearing brightly colored muʻumuʻu The muumuu or muʻumuʻu (English pronunciation: /ˈmuːmuː/) is a loose dress of Hawaiian origin[1] that hang …

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  • 120New York Free Circulating Library — 49 Bond Street (opened 1883) where the first branch of the NYFCL settled for most of its existence. Country United States …

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