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  • 62Muhammad ibn Abd-al-Wahhab — Infobox Philosopher region = Islamic scholar era = Modern era color = #B0C4DE image caption =Saudi Arabia name = Muhammad ibn Abd al Wahab birth = 1703 death = 1792 school tradition = Sunni main interests = influences = Ibn Taymiyyah influenced …

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  • 63Mainz — This article is about the city in Germany. For the light cruiser, see SMS Mainz. For the Mainz sword, see Gladius. Mainz Mainz Old Town View from the citadel (2003) …

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  • 64Malleus Maleficarum — For the album, see Malleus Maleficarum (album). For the 2006 English action/horror film by James Eaves, see The Witches Hammer. For the 1969 Czech film by Otakar Vávra, see Witchhammer. For the Supernatural episode, see Malleus Maleficarum… …

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  • 65Nihilism — This article is about the philosophical doctrines. For other uses, see Nihilism (disambiguation). Certainty series Agnosticism Belief Certainty Doubt Determini …

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  • 68Nicolas Chauvin — is a legendary, possibly apocryphal French soldier and patriot who is supposed to have served in the First Army of the French Republic and subsequently in La Grande Armée of Napoleon. His name is the eponym of chauvinism, a term for excessive… …

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  • 69Otto von Bismarck — Not to be confused with Otto Christian Archibald von Bismarck. Otto von Bismarck Otto von Bismarck in August 1890 1st Chancellor of the German Empire …

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  • 70On Fairy-Stories — is an essay by J. R. R. Tolkien which discusses the fairy story as a literary form. It was initially written for presentation by Tolkien as the Andrew Lang lecture at the University of St Andrews, Scotland, in 1939. It first appeared in print,… …

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  • 71Postmodern music — is music which follows the postmodern ideology. As the name suggests, this movement formed partly in reaction to modern music. Because of this, Postmodern music is mostly defined in opposition to modern music, and a work can either be modern, or… …

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  • 72Pope Stephen VII — Infobox Pope English name=Stephen VII birth name=Stephanus term start=December, 928 term end=February, 931 predecessor=Leo VI successor=John XI birth date=??? birthplace=Rome, Italy dead=dead|death date=February, 931 deathplace=???… …

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  • 73Presbyterianism — Presbyterian Church redirects here. For other uses, see Presbyterian Church (disambiguation). John Calvin Presbyterianism refers to a number of Christian churches adhering to the Calvinist theological tradition within Protestantism, which are… …

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  • 74Rational choice theory — This article is about a theory of economics. For Rational Choice Theory as applied to criminology, see Rational choice theory (criminology). Economics …

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  • 75Renaissance — The Renaissance (from French Renaissance , meaning rebirth ; Italian: Rinascimento , from re again and nascere be born ) [ [http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=renaissance searchmode=none Renaissance, Online Etymology Dictionary] ] was a… …

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  • 76Robert Falcon Scott — Infobox person name = Robert Falcon Scott image size = 200px name = Robert Falcon Scott birth date = birth date|1868|6|6 death date = death date and age|1912|3|29|1868|6|6 birth place = Devon, England death place = Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica… …

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  • 77Robin Hood — is an archetypal figure in English folklore, whose story originates from medieval times but who remains significant in popular culture where he is painted as a man known for robbing the rich to give to the poor and fighting against injustice and… …

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  • 78Super Bowl XXXV — Infobox SuperBowl sb name = XXXV visitor = Baltimore Ravens home = New York Giants visitor abbr = BAL home abbr = NYG visitor conf = AFC home conf = NFC visitor total = 34 home total = 7 visitor qtr1 = 7 visitor qtr2 = 3 visitor qtr3 = 14 visitor …

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  • 79Scientific Revolution — The period which many historians of science call the Scientific Revolution can be roughly dated as having begun in 1543, the year in which Nicolaus Copernicus published his De revolutionibus orbium coelestium (On the Revolutions of the Heavenly… …

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  • 80The Lord of the Rings — This article is about the novel. For other uses, see The Lord of the Rings (disambiguation). The Lord of the Rings Tolkien s own cover designs for the three volumes Volumes: The Fellowship of the Ring …

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