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  • 81Jerusalem School of Synoptic Research — The Jerusalem School of Synoptic Research is a consortium of Jewish and Christian scholars that study the Synoptic Gospels in light of the historic, linguistic and cultural milieu of Jesus.[1] The beginnings of the collegial relationships that… …

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  • 82Baby Blues (US TV series) — Baby Blues was a cartoon on The WB and, later, Adult Swim, based on the Baby Blues strips of comics. It aired from July 28, 2000 March 10, 2002.In 2000, Baby Blues was adapted into an animated cartoon, which aired on The WB Television Network,… …

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  • 83The Frontiers of Criticism — is a lecture given by T. S. Eliot at the University of Minnesota in 1956. It was reprinted in On Poetry and Poets , a collection of Eliot s critical essays, in 1957. The essay is an attempt by Eliot to define the boundaries of literary criticism …

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  • 84FC Gossau — Football club infobox clubname = FC Gossau fullname = Fussballclub Gossau founded = 1906 ground = Gemeindesportplatz Gossau SG capacity = 4,700 chairman = Alex Bühler manager = Vlado Nogic league = Swiss Challenge League pattern la1=… …

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  • 85The Golden Arrow — [ [http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/title.jsp?stid=413943 atid=3945 category=overview The Golden Arrow at Turner Classic Movies] ] .Partially filmed on location in Florida, the Warner Bros. release centers on Johnny Jones, a penniless newspaper… …

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  • 86Thomas Rawson Birks — Infobox Person name = Thomas Rawson Birks image size = caption = Watton at Stone church where Rawson worked with Edward Bickersteth birth date = 1810 birth place = Staveley in Derbyshire death date = 19 July 1883 death place = Cambridge education …

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  • 87Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad Company — Furnace of the Tennessee Coal, Iron, and Railroad Company, Ensley, Alabama, 1906. Former type Public company Industry Steel milling Coal and Iron Min …

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  • 88John FitzRobert — is listed as one of the Surety Barons in Magna Carta (1215) where he is described as Lord of Warkworth Castle.However the Warkworth Castle entry in Wikipedia suggests the castle, in Northumberland, was given to Roger FitzRichard around 1157,… …

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  • 89No Way Out (2009) — Promotional poster featuring Vladimir Kozlov Theme song(s) Hunt You Down by Saliva[1] …

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  • 90Augustus (honorific) — Augustus (plural augusti ), Latin for majestic, the increaser, or venerable , was an Ancient Roman title, which was first held by Caesar Augustus and subsequently came to be considered one of the titles of what we now call the Roman Emperors. The …

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  • 91Joan Robinson — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Robinson. Joan Violet Robinson (1903 1983) est une économiste britannique. Elle est l une des figures importantes de l École de Cambridge et du keynésianisme. Sommaire 1 Biographie …

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  • 92Alexander Woollcott — fotografiado por Carl Van Vechten, 1939 Nombre real Alexander Humphreys Woollcott Nacimiento 19 de enero de 1887 …

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  • 93Judy Garland — en 1943. Nombre real Frances Ethel Gumm. Nacimiento 10 de junio de 1922 …

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  • 94arctic — arctically, adv. /ahrk tik/ or, esp. for 7, /ahr tik/, adj. 1. (often cap.) of, pertaining to, or located at or near the North Pole: the arctic region. 2. coming from the North Pole or the arctic region: an arctic wind. 3. characteristic of the… …

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  • 95indifference — /in dif euhr euhns, dif reuhns/, n. 1. lack of interest or concern: We were shocked by their indifference toward poverty. 2. unimportance; little or no concern: Whether or not to attend the party is a matter of indifference to him. 3. the quality …

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  • 96Art and Art Exhibitions — ▪ 2009 Introduction Art       The art market enjoyed an astonishing run of record breaking sales through the first nine months of a volatile 2008. In May Lucian Freud s Benefits Supervisor Sleeping (1995), a candid portrayal of a corpulent female …

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  • 97Bracton, Henry de — ▪ British jurist Bracton also spelled  Bratton or Bretton  born , Devon?, England died 1268, Exeter, Devon?       leading medieval English jurist and author of De legibus et consuetudinibus Angliae (c. 1235; “On the Laws and Customs of England”) …

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  • 98dramatic literature — Introduction       the texts of plays that can be read, as distinct from being seen and heard in performance.       The term dramatic literature implies a contradiction in that literature originally meant something written and drama meant… …

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  • 99Klin — ▪ Russia       city, Moscow oblast (region), western Russia. First documented in 1234, it was for long a fort between the principalities of Moscow and Tver. In the 18th century, after a period of unimportance, Klin became a transport centre on… …

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  • 100purification rite — ▪ anthropology Introduction       any of the ceremonial acts or customs employed in an attempt to reestablish lost purity or to create a higher degree of purity in relation to the sacred (the transcendental realm) or the social and cultural realm …

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