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  • 161ir|re|den|ta — «IHR ih DEHN tuh», noun. 1. any one of certain regions situated near Italy and having a considerable Italian population, whose union to Italy was advocated by an Italian political party that became important in 1878. 2. any region included… …

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  • 162ir|re|den|tist — «IHR ih DEHN tihst», noun, adjective. –n. a member of a party in any country advocating the taking over of some region in another country claimed as belonging to the former country by reason of racial, cultural, other ties. –adj. of irredentists; …

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  • 163BECK, KARL ISIDOR — (1817–1879), Hungarian born poet, writing in German, who gave voice to the Hungarian people s struggle for liberation against the Austrian Empire. His work was filled with despair and disillusion with the state of Jewry and the world. His first… …

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  • 164CHRISTIANITY — CHRISTIANITY, a general term denoting the historic community deriving from the original followers of Jesus of Nazareth; the institutions, social and cultural patterns, and the beliefs and doctrines evolved by this community; and – in the   widest …

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  • 165GOLEM — (Heb. גֹּלֶם), a creature, particularly a human being, made in an artificial way by virtue of a magic act, through the use of holy names. The idea that it is possible to create living beings in this manner is widespread in the magic of many… …

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  • 166JUDAH HALEVI — (before 1075–1141), Hebrew poet, philosopher, and physician. Halevi was one of the most distinguished and emblematic medieval intellectuals, perhaps the most mature and representative model of Jewish culture in al Andalus; he was deeply involved… …

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  • 167PADERBORN — PADERBORN, town in N.W. Germany. The earliest documentary source reflecting the presence of Jews in the city of Paderborn dates from 1342; the existence of a stone house belonging to them at this time attests to their wealth. In a dispute between …

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  • 168SCHELLING, FRIEDRICH WILHELM JOSEPH° — (1775–1854), German philosopher. Constantly moved by new insights beyond a position before having adequately stated it, Schelling is generally remembered only as a link between the philosophies of johann gottlieb fichte and georg wilhelm… …

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