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  • 21 Alexander Cruden — (June 8 1699 ndash; 1 November 1770), was the author of an early concordance to the Bible, and also served as Alexander the Corrector, a self styled national corrector of signs, books and morals. Early life Alexander Cruden was born in Aberdeen… …

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  • 22 Palakkad district — Infobox Indian Jurisdiction native name=Palakkad type= district hq=Palakkad latd = 10.775 longd= 76.651 state name=Kerala abbreviation=IN KL PKD collector=K. AjayaKumar area=4,480 area magnitude=9 |population total = 2617482 population year= 2004 …

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  • 23 Lavender Line — The Lavender Line is a heritage railway currently based at Isfield Station, near Uckfield in East Sussex. History The Lavender Line formed part of the Lewes to Uckfield Railway when it was opened on the 18 October 1858. Within 12 months of its… …

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  • 24 History of metallurgy in the Indian subcontinent — began during the 2nd millennium BCE and continued well into the British Raj. [See Tewari 2003 and Arnold, pages 100 101 ] The Indian cultural and commercial contacts with the Near East and the Greco Roman world enabled an exchange of metallurgic… …

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  • 25 Leicester Central railway station — Infobox UK disused station name = Leicester Central gridref = SK580050 caption = Leicester Central frontage in 2002 manager = Great Central Railway owner = London and North Eastern Railway London Midland Region of British Railways locale = Frog… …

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  • 26 Nottingham Corporation Tramways — This article is about trams between 1898–1938. For trams between 1875 1897, see Nottingham and District Tramways Company Limited. For trams from 2004 onwards, see Nottingham Express Transit. Tram passing Nottingham Victoria Railway Station… …

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  • 27 The Technology Life Cycle — (TLC) is an important tool The diagram below illustrates the typical life cycle of a manufacturing process or production system from the stages of its initial conception to its culmination as either a technique or procedure of common practice or… …

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  • 28 Joseph Francis Olliffe — Sir Joseph Francis Olliffe (1808–1869), physician.Olliffe, son of Joseph Olliffe, merchant, of Cork, by Elizabeth, daughter of Charles McCarthy of Sunville, co. Limerick, was born at Cork in 1808. He was educated in Paris, and graduated M.A. at… …

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  • 29 Kalelkar Commission — First Backward Classes Commission, 1955 or the Kaka Kalelkar CommissionAdhering to Article 340, the First Backward Classes Commission was set up by a presidential order on January 29, 1953 under the chairmanship of Kaka KalelkarReferenceIts terms …

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  • 30 Economy of the People's Republic of China — Economies of Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macau are administered separately from the rest of People s Republic of China. Therefore, the information below pertains only to mainland China unless specified otherwise. For the… …

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  • 31 Byzantine Empire — the Eastern Roman Empire after the fall of the Western Empire in A.D. 476. Cap.: Constantinople. * * * Empire, southeastern and southern Europe and western Asia. It began as the city of Byzantium, which had grown from an ancient Greek colony… …

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  • 32 novel — novel1 novellike, adj. /nov euhl/, n. 1. a fictitious prose narrative of considerable length and complexity, portraying characters and usually presenting a sequential organization of action and scenes. 2. (formerly) novella (def. 1). [1560 70; <… …

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  • 33 Marlborough, Sarah Jennings, duchess of — born May 29, 1660, Sandridge, Hertfordshire, Eng. died Oct. 18, 1744, London Wife of John Churchill, duke of Marlborough. A childhood friend of Princess (later Queen) Anne, she entered the household of Anne s father, the duke of York. She married …

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  • 34 Freiburg — • City, archdiocese, and university in the Archduchy of Baden, Germany Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Freiburg     Freiburg     † …

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  • 35 Moral Aspects of Monopoly —     Moral Aspects of Monopoly     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Moral Aspects of Monopoly     According to its etymology, monopoly (monopolia) signifies exclusive sale, or exclusive privilege of selling. Present usage, however, extends the term to… …

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  • 36 Mellis and Eye Railway — [Legend …

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  • 37 unproductive — I adjective abortive, arid, barren, doomed, dry, effete, exhausted, fallow, fruitless, futile, impotent, ineffectual, inefficacious, inefficient, infecund, infecundus, infertile, inoperative, issueless, jejune, nugatory, otiose, profitless,… …

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  • 38 abortive — Synonyms and related words: barren, bootless, failed, failing, fruitless, futile, gainless, immature, ineffective, ineffectual, inefficacious, lame, manque, miscarried, miscarrying, nonremunerative, of no effect, otiose, profitless, rewardless,… …

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  • 39 barren — Synonyms and related words: abortive, acarpous, arid, bare, blah, bland, blank, bleached, bleak, bloodless, bootless, celibate, characterless, childless, clear, cold, colorless, counterproductive, dead, depleted, desert, desolate, devoid, dismal …

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  • 40 bootless — Synonyms and related words: abortive, barren, counterproductive, effete, empty, etiolated, failed, failing, fatuitous, fatuous, feckless, fruitless, frustrating, futile, gainless, inadequate, inane, ineffective, ineffectual, inefficacious,… …

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