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  • 101Tasmanian devil — Devil Dev il, n. [AS. de[ o]fol, de[ o]ful; akin to G. ?eufel, Goth. diaba[ u]lus; all fr. L. diabolus the devil, Gr. ? the devil, the slanderer, fr. ? to slander, calumniate, orig., to throw across; ? across + ? to throw, let fall, fall; cf. Skr …

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  • 102The Devil's tattoo — Devil Dev il, n. [AS. de[ o]fol, de[ o]ful; akin to G. ?eufel, Goth. diaba[ u]lus; all fr. L. diabolus the devil, Gr. ? the devil, the slanderer, fr. ? to slander, calumniate, orig., to throw across; ? across + ? to throw, let fall, fall; cf. Skr …

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  • 103To play devil with — Devil Dev il, n. [AS. de[ o]fol, de[ o]ful; akin to G. ?eufel, Goth. diaba[ u]lus; all fr. L. diabolus the devil, Gr. ? the devil, the slanderer, fr. ? to slander, calumniate, orig., to throw across; ? across + ? to throw, let fall, fall; cf. Skr …

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  • 104Political corruption — World map of the 2010 Corruption Perceptions Index by Transparency International, which measures the degree to which corruption is perceived to exist among public officials and politicians . High numbers (blue) indicate less perception of… …

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  • 105Robert Conquest — George Robert Ackworth Conquest CMG (born 15 July 1917) is a British historian who became a well known writer and researcher on the Soviet Union with the publication in 1968 of The Great Terror, an account of Stalin s purges of the 1930s. He is… …

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  • 106The Great Terror — is a book by British writer Robert Conquest, published in 1968. It gave rise to an alternate title of the period in Soviet history known as the Great Purge. The complete title of the book is The Great Terror: Stalin s Purge of the Thirties . A… …

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  • 107The Canterville Ghost — is a popular 1887 novella by Oscar Wilde, widely adapted for the screen and stage.Overview“The Canterville Ghost” is a parody featuring a dramatic spirit named Sir Simon and the United States minister (ambassador) to the Court of St. James s,… …

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  • 108Trinitarian Universalism — The highest heaven from Gustave Doré s illustrations to the Divine Comedy …

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  • 109devil — noun 1》 (usu. the Devil) (in Christian and Jewish belief) the supreme spirit of evil; Satan.     ↘an evil spirit; a demon. 2》 a very wicked or cruel person.     ↘a mischievously clever or self willed person. 3》 (the devil) fighting spirit;… …

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  • 110enormous — a. 1. (Rare.) Inordinate, irregular, abnormal, exceptional. 2. Huge, monstrous, immense, vast, gigantic, colossal, prodigious, Cyclopean, Herculean, elephantine, very large. 3. Flagitious, atrocious, heinous, nefarious, outrageous, depraved, very …

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  • 111profligate — I. a. Depraved, corrupt, immoral, vitiated, dissolute, corrupted, very wicked, graceless, very vicious, shameless, abandoned, lost to virtue. II. n. Debauchee, rake, libertine, man of pleasure, reprobate, roué …

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  • 112devil — ► NOUN 1) (the Devil) (in Christian and Jewish belief) the supreme spirit of evil. 2) an evil spirit; a demon. 3) a very wicked or cruel person. 4) a mischievously clever or self willed person. 5) informal a person with specified characteristics …

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  • 113dis´so|lute´ness — dis|so|lute «DIHS uhoot», adjective. 1. living an immoral life; very wicked; immoral: »The dissolute young man had a very bad reputation. The nobles were lawless and dissolute (John R. Green). SYNONYM(S): dissipated, licentious, profligate, lewd …

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  • 114dis´so|lute´ly — dis|so|lute «DIHS uhoot», adjective. 1. living an immoral life; very wicked; immoral: »The dissolute young man had a very bad reputation. The nobles were lawless and dissolute (John R. Green). SYNONYM(S): dissipated, licentious, profligate, lewd …

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  • 115dis|so|lute — «DIHS uhoot», adjective. 1. living an immoral life; very wicked; immoral: »The dissolute young man had a very bad reputation. The nobles were lawless and dissolute (John R. Green). SYNONYM(S): dissipated, licentious, profligate, lewd. 2. Obsolete …

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  • 116in´fa|mous|ness — in|fa|mous «IHN fuh muhs», adjective. 1. so bad as to deserve public disgrace; shamefully bad; very wicked: »Benedict Arnold s treason was an infamous betrayal of his country. SYNONYM(S): disgraceful, scandalous, odious. 2. having a very bad… …

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  • 117in´fa|mous|ly — in|fa|mous «IHN fuh muhs», adjective. 1. so bad as to deserve public disgrace; shamefully bad; very wicked: »Benedict Arnold s treason was an infamous betrayal of his country. SYNONYM(S): disgraceful, scandalous, odious. 2. having a very bad… …

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  • 118in|fa|mous — «IHN fuh muhs», adjective. 1. so bad as to deserve public disgrace; shamefully bad; very wicked: »Benedict Arnold s treason was an infamous betrayal of his country. SYNONYM(S): disgraceful, scandalous, odious. 2. having a very bad reputation; in… …

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  • 119Actual sin — Sin Sin, n. [OE. sinne, AS. synn, syn; akin to D. zonde, OS. sundia, OHG. sunta, G. s[ u]nde, Icel., Dan. & Sw. synd, L. sons, sontis, guilty, perhaps originally from the p. pr. of the verb signifying, to be, and meaning, the one who it is. Cf.… …

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  • 120Canonical sins — Sin Sin, n. [OE. sinne, AS. synn, syn; akin to D. zonde, OS. sundia, OHG. sunta, G. s[ u]nde, Icel., Dan. & Sw. synd, L. sons, sontis, guilty, perhaps originally from the p. pr. of the verb signifying, to be, and meaning, the one who it is. Cf.… …

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