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  • 41Politics Drawn from the Very Words of Holy Scripture — Politique tirée de l Écriture sainte (in English translation, Politics Drawn from the Very Words of Holy Scripture ) is a work of political theory prepared by Jacques Bénigne Bossuet as part of his duties as tutor for Louis XIV s heir apparent,… …

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  • 42the Wicked Witch of the West — UK / US noun humorous a very unpleasant or cruel woman • Etymology: From a character in The Wizard of Oz who is a very evil and ugly witch (=a woman who has magic powers) …

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  • 43vweg — very wicked evil grin …

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  • 44VWG — Very Wicked Grin …

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  • 45VWS — Very Wicked Smile …

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  • 46Murder of James Bulger — James Bulger Born James Patrick Bulger …

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  • 47The Farthest-Away Mountain — is a children s novel, first published in 1976citation|url=http://www.jacketflap.com/bookdetail.asp?bookid=0200724614|title=The Jacket Flap s Detailed Information of the Farthest Away Mountain] , by Lynne Reid Banks, a British author. Dakin is a… …

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  • 48Cock Lane ghost — A 19th century illustr …

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  • 49evil — [[t]i͟ːv(ə)l[/t]] ♦♦♦ evils 1) N UNCOUNT Evil is a powerful force that some people believe to exist, and which causes wicked and bad things to happen. We are still being attacked by the forces of evil... There s always a conflict between good and …

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  • 50Beautiful Stories from Shakespeare — infobox Book | name = Beautiful Stories from Shakespeare title orig = translator = image caption = author = Edith Nesbit cover artist = country = United Kingdom language = English genre = Children s novel publisher = T. Fisher Unwin release date …

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  • 51Franklin Graham — Infobox Celebrity image size = 150px name = Franklin Graham birth name = William Franklin Graham III caption = birth date = birth date and age|1952|7|14 birth place = Asheville, North Carolina, USA death date = death place = occupation =… …

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  • 52Apocatastasis — word meaning either reconstitution or restitution [ [http://www.eliyah.com/cgi bin/strongs.cgi?file=greeklexicon isindex=apokatastasis Strong s Greek Lexicon] retrieved September 22, 2006] or restoration to the original or primordial condition. [ …

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  • 53Buddhism — • The religious, monastic system, founded c. 500 B.C. on the basis of pantheistic Brahminism Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Buddhism     Buddhism      …

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  • 54Siraj ud-Daulah — Nawab of Bengal Reign April, 1756 – June, 1757 Full name Mîrzâ Mohammad Sirâjud Dawla Predecessor Ali Vardi Khan Successor …

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  • 55prof´li|gate|ness — prof|li|gate «PROF luh giht», adjective, noun. –adj. 1. very wicked; shamelessly bad: »a profligate wretch without any sense of principle, morality, or religion (Tobias Smollett). 2. recklessly extravagant. –n. a person who is very wicked or… …

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  • 56prof´li|gate|ly — prof|li|gate «PROF luh giht», adjective, noun. –adj. 1. very wicked; shamelessly bad: »a profligate wretch without any sense of principle, morality, or religion (Tobias Smollett). 2. recklessly extravagant. –n. a person who is very wicked or… …

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  • 57prof|li|gate — «PROF luh giht», adjective, noun. –adj. 1. very wicked; shamelessly bad: »a profligate wretch without any sense of principle, morality, or religion (Tobias Smollett). 2. recklessly extravagant. –n. a person who is very wicked or extravagant.… …

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  • 58rep´ro|ba´tion — rep|ro|bate «REHP ruh bayt», noun, adjective, verb, bat|ed, bat|ing. –n. a very wicked or unprincipled person; scoundrel: »a penniless, drunken reprobate (Theodore Watts Dunton). –adj. 1. very wicked; unprincipled …

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  • 59rep|ro|bate — «REHP ruh bayt», noun, adjective, verb, bat|ed, bat|ing. –n. a very wicked or unprincipled person; scoundrel: »a penniless, drunken reprobate (Theodore Watts Dunton). –adj. 1. very wicked; unprincipled …

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  • 60William Gilbert Puckey — (born 5 May 1805 in Penrhyn, Cornwall, England in died 27 March 1878 in Kaitaia) was a British born, New Zealand raised missionary who arrived in New Zealand at the age of 14. In his first years in New Zealand he picked up the Māori language… …

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