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  • 141Mikhail Bakhtin — (1920) …

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  • 142Pierre Plantard — Pierre Athanase Marie Plantard (March 18, 1920 ndash; February 3, 2000) was a French draughtsman, [Jean Luc Chaumeil, Les Archives du Prieuré de Sion ( Le Charivari , N°18, 1973)] best known for being the principal perpetrator of the Priory of… …

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  • 143Raja Yoga — Rāja Yoga ( royal yoga , royal union , also known as Classical Yoga or simply Yoga) is one of the six orthodox (astika) schools of Hindu philosophy, outlined by Patanjali in his Yoga Sutras. Raja yoga is concerned principally with the cultivation …

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  • 144Prior restraint — is a legal term referring to a government s actions that prevent materials from being published. Censorship that requires a person to seek governmental permission in the form of a license or imprimatur before publishing anything constitutes prior …

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  • 145Basava — (also known as Basaveshwara ( kn. ಬಸವೇಶ್ವರ) or Basavanna(ಬಸವಣ್ಣ) 1134 ndash;1196) was a philosopher and a radical social reformer. He for the first time, in the Hindu society, created an awareness on discriminatory and exploitative nature of the… …

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  • 146Lie (disambiguation) — A lie is a type of deception, an untruth.Lie may also refer to: *Lie (surname) *Lie algebra in mathematics * Lie (Dream Theater song) * Lie (song), a song by Black Light Burns *Lie group in mathematics * , an album by Charles Manson *Saint Lie… …

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  • 147Kendriya Vidyalaya — Infobox school name= Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan motto= vidhya sarvatra shobhate established= 1965 country= India schoolboard= Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) authority= Ministry of Human Resource homepage=… …

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  • 148Lock Up Your Daughters — is a musical based on an 18th century comedy, Rape Upon Rape , by Henry Fielding and adapted by Bernard Miles. The lyrics were written by Lionel Bart and the music by Laurie Johnson. It was first produced on the London stage in 1959. In 1969, it… …

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  • 149Dharmaraksita — Part of a series on Buddhism Outline · Portal History Timeline · Councils …

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  • 150Abrahamic mythology — is a term used in comparative mythology to refer to those aspects of religious belief and tradition common to the Abrahamic religions, as distinct from those of the Pagan religions from which most mainstream research in this field suggests they… …

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  • 151Pete McCloskey — Infobox Congressman name= Paul Norton Pete McCloskey state= California district= 11th party= Republican (1948 2007) Democratic (from 2007) term start = December 12, 1967 term end = January 3, 1983 preceded= Jesse A. Younger succeeded= Leo Ryan… …

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  • 152Oprah's Book Club — was a book discussion club segment of the American talk show The Oprah Winfrey Show, highlighting books chosen by host Oprah Winfrey. Winfrey started the book club in 1996, selecting a new novel for viewers to read and discuss each month.[1] The… …

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  • 153Yudhisthira — on the throne with Draupadi, surrounded by the other Pandavas In the great Hindu epic Mahabharata, Yudhisthira (Sanskrit: युधिष्ठिर, yudhiṣṭhira meaning steady in war , from yudh meaning war, and sthira m …

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  • 154Al-Sahifa al-Sajjadiyya — is said to be the oldest prayer manual in Islamic sources and one of the most seminal works of Islamic spirituality of the early period. It is also known as Sahifa e Kamila, Sister of the Qur an, Gospel of the Folk of the House, and Psalms of the …

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  • 155Bharat Ek Khoj — ( hi. भारत एक खोज ur. بھارت ایک کھوج en. Discovery of India) is a 53 episode television series based that dramatically unfolds the 5000 year history of India from its beginnings to the coming of independence in 1947. It is a series of… …

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  • 156The Philosophy of the Teachings of Islam — is an essay on Islam by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, founder of the Ahmadiyya religious movement. The original was written in Urdu with the title Islami Usool ki Falāsifi , in order to be read at a Conference of Great Religions held at Lahore on December… …

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  • 157Kirpan — The Kirpan (IPA2|kɪrˈpɑn) ( pa. ਕਿਰਪਾਨ IAST|kirpān ) is a ceremonial sword or dagger that must be worn by all baptised Sikhs (Khalsa), after a mandatory religious commandment given by Guru Gobind Singh (the tenth Guru of Sikhism) in 1699 AD.In… …

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  • 158Fib — may refer to: * Fib (poetry), a form of poetry similar to haiku * Fib , a Pictish kingdom, which went on to become Fife, in modern Scotland * Fibonacci number, for which Fib is a common abbreviation, used in computer programming. * A fib or… …

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  • 159Earth's Children — is a series of historical fiction novels written by Jean M. Auel. There are five novels in the series so far and a sixth is being written. Auel has mentioned in recent interviews that she now believes she will write a seventh novel, which will be …

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  • 160Pious fraud — A pious fraud a term used to describe people who perform fraud in religion (for example, a pious fraud fakes miracles or psychic surgery) because of a sincere belief that the end justifies the means in religious matters.The Oxford English… …

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