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  • 121Earl Warren — For the swing saxophonist and occasional singer, see Earle Warren. Earl Warren 14th Chief Justice of the United States In office October 2, 1953 …

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  • 122Connacht — Connachta / Cúige Chonnacht Flag …

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  • 123Lord of Misrule — For other uses, see Lord of Misrule (disambiguation). Not to be confused with Lords of Misrule (disambiguation). In England, the Lord of Misrule known in Scotland as the Abbot of Unreason and in France as the Prince des Sots was an officer… …

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  • 124Hefei — Infobox Settlement name =Hefei official name = other name =Ho fei, Luzhou, Luchow native name =合肥 nickname = settlement type =Prefecture level city motto = imagesize = 250px image caption = Downtown Hefei s Sipailou business district flag size =… …

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  • 125Orisha — This article is about a type of spirit. For other uses of Orisha / Orixa, see Orisha (disambiguation). An Orisha (also spelled Orisa or Orixa) is a spirit or deity that reflects one of the manifestations of Olodumare (God) in the Yoruba spiritual …

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  • 126Joe Palooka — was an American comic strip about a heavyweight boxing champion, created by cartoonist Ham Fisher. With various assistants and successors, the strip lasted for over half a century with spin offs to radio, movies, television and merchandising. In… …

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  • 127Shahnameh — Shāhnāmé, or Shāhnāma (PerB|شاهنامه )(alternative spellings are Shahnama, Shahnameh, Shahname, Shah Nama , etc.), The Book of Kings , is an enormous poetic opus written by the Iranian poet Ferdowsi around 1000 CE and is the national epic of the… …

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  • 128John Fortescue — Sir John Fortescue (c. 1394 c. 1476) was an English lawyer, the second son of Sir John Fortescue, of an ancient Devon family. He was born at Norris, near South Brent, in Somerset.He was educated at Exeter College, Oxford. During the reign of… …

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  • 129Liu Bei — Three Kingdoms infobox Name=Liu Bei Title=Founding emperor Kingdom=Shu Han Born=161 Birth place=Zhuozhou, Hebei, China Died=June 21 223 Death place=Baidicheng, Chongqing, China Reign=221–223 Successor=Liu Shan Simp=刘备 Trad=劉備 Pinyin=Liú Bèi… …

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  • 130Fenghuang — For other uses, see Fenghuang (disambiguation). Fenghuang Fenghuang sculpture, Nanning city, Guangxi, China Chinese name …

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  • 131Kharijites — (Arabic unicode|Khawārij خوارج, literally Those who Went Out [ [http://www.irfi.org/articles/articles 201 250/schisms and heterodoxy among mus.htm Schisms and Heterodoxy among the Muslims , hosted on irfi.org] ] ) is a general term embracing… …

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  • 132Henry Chettle — (c. 1564 – c. 1607) was an English dramatist and miscellaneous writer of the Elizabethan era. The son of Robert Chettle, a London dyer, he was apprenticed in 1577 and became a member of the Stationer s Company in 1584, traveling to Cambridge on… …

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  • 133Cato the Younger — A statue of Cato the Younger. The Louvre Museum. He is about to kill himself while reading the Phaedo, a dialogue of Plato which details the death of Socrates. The statue was begun by Jean Baptiste Roman (Paris, 1792 1835) using white Carrara… …

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  • 134John Erskine of Dun — (1509 ndash; 1591) was a Scottish religious reformer.The son of Sir John Erskine, Laird of Dun, he was educated at King s College, University of Aberdeen. At the age of twenty one Erskine was the cause probably by accident of a priest s death,… …

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  • 135American Secular Union — The American Secular Union was a social movement from the 1800s in the United States.After the implosion of the National Liberal League, the Liberals reorganized as a nonpolitical American Secular Union. Colonel Robert Green Ingersoll served as… …

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  • 136Strength — is the amount of force that a muscle or group of muscles can exert.Strength may refer to:Physical ability: *Physical strength, as in people or animals *Superhuman strength, as in fictional characters *a character attribute (role playing… …

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  • 137Book of Enoch — For other writings attributed to Enoch, see Book of Enoch (disambiguation). Part of a series on …

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  • 138Karl Kraus — Plaque of Karl Kraus on the house where he was born in Jičín For the theologian, see Karl Christian Friedrich Krause. Karl Kraus (April 28, 1874 – June 12, 1936) was an Austrian writer and journalist, known as a satirist, essayist, aphorist,… …

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  • 139Lord of the Isles — The designation Lord of the Isles ( gd. Triath nan Eilean or Rí Innse Gall), now a Scottish title of nobility, emerged from a series of hybrid Viking/Gaelic rulers of the west coast and islands of Scotland in the Middle Ages, who wielded sea… …

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  • 140Muhammadu Buhari — Major General Muhammadu Buhari 7th Head of State of Nigeria In office December 31, 1983 – August 27, 1985 Preceded by Shehu Shagari Succeeded by Ibrahim Babangida …

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