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  • 1barren — a. 1. Unprolific, sterile, childless, infecund, incapable of bearing offspring. 2. Destitute of fruit, sterile, acarpous. 3. Unfertile, unproductive, sterile, poor, bare. 4. Ineffectual, uninstructive, unsuggestive, infecund, leading to nothing,… …

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  • 2Orphans and Orphanages — • The death of one or both parents makes the child of the very poor a ward of the community. . . Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Orphans and Orphanages     Orphans and Orphanages …

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  • 3Medieval cuisine — A group of travelers sharing a simple meal of bread and drink; Livre du roi Modus et de la reine Ratio, 14th century. Medieval cuisine includes the foods, eating habits, and cooking methods of various European cultures during the Middle Ages, a… …

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  • 4TITHE — General The rendering of tithes of property for sacral purposes was common all over the ancient Near East, though well documented and first hand evidence concerning tithes comes mainly from Mesopotamia (ešrû/eširtu; cf. Dandamaev, in bibl.).… …

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  • 5Kentucky coffeetree — Taxobox name = Kentucky coffeetree image width = 270px image caption = A Kentucky coffeetree in the winter at Tyler Arboretum in Media, PA. status = secure regnum = Plantae divisio = Magnoliophyta classis = Magnoliopsida ordo = Fabales familia =… …

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  • 6HISTORICAL SURVEY: THE STATE AND ITS ANTECEDENTS (1880–2006) — Introduction It took the new Jewish nation about 70 years to emerge as the State of Israel. The immediate stimulus that initiated the modern return to Zion was the disappointment, in the last quarter of the 19th century, of the expectation that… …

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  • 7Agriculture and Food Supplies — ▪ 2007 Introduction Bird flu reached Europe and Africa, and concerns over BSE continued to disrupt trade in beef. An international vault for seeds was under construction on an Arctic island. Stocks of important food fish species were reported… …

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  • 8Care of the Poor by the Church —     Care of the Poor by the Church     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Care of the Poor by the Church     I. OBJECTS, HISTORY, AND ORGANIZATION     A. The care of the poor is a branch of charity. In the narrow sense charity means any exercise of mercy… …

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  • 9Liquidambar styraciflua — Conservation status …

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  • 10Italy — /it l ee/, n. a republic in S Europe, comprising a peninsula S of the Alps, and Sicily, Sardinia, Elba, and other smaller islands: a kingdom 1870 1946. 57,534,088; 116,294 sq. mi. (301,200 sq. km). Cap.: Rome. Italian, Italia. * * * Italy… …

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  • 11List of Emily Dickinson poems — This is a list of Emily Dickinson poems. There are 1,775 known poems that have been written by Dickinson. The poems are alphabetized by their first line. Punctuation, capitalization and even in some cases wording of the first lines may vary… …

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  • 12CANADA — CANADA, country in northern half of North America and a member of the British Commonwealth. At the beginning of the 21st century, its population of approximately 370,000 Jews made it the world s fourth largest Jewish community after the United… …

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  • 13blank tooling — Blind Blind, a. [AS.; akin to D., G., OS., Sw., & Dan. blind, Icel. blindr, Goth. blinds; of uncertain origin.] 1. Destitute of the sense of seeing, either by natural defect or by deprivation; without sight. [1913 Webster] He that is strucken… …

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  • 14Blind — Blind, a. [AS.; akin to D., G., OS., Sw., & Dan. blind, Icel. blindr, Goth. blinds; of uncertain origin.] 1. Destitute of the sense of seeing, either by natural defect or by deprivation; without sight. [1913 Webster] He that is strucken blind can …

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  • 15Blind alley — Blind Blind, a. [AS.; akin to D., G., OS., Sw., & Dan. blind, Icel. blindr, Goth. blinds; of uncertain origin.] 1. Destitute of the sense of seeing, either by natural defect or by deprivation; without sight. [1913 Webster] He that is strucken… …

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  • 16Blind axle — Blind Blind, a. [AS.; akin to D., G., OS., Sw., & Dan. blind, Icel. blindr, Goth. blinds; of uncertain origin.] 1. Destitute of the sense of seeing, either by natural defect or by deprivation; without sight. [1913 Webster] He that is strucken… …

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  • 17Blind beetle — Blind Blind, a. [AS.; akin to D., G., OS., Sw., & Dan. blind, Icel. blindr, Goth. blinds; of uncertain origin.] 1. Destitute of the sense of seeing, either by natural defect or by deprivation; without sight. [1913 Webster] He that is strucken… …

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  • 18blind blocking — Blind Blind, a. [AS.; akin to D., G., OS., Sw., & Dan. blind, Icel. blindr, Goth. blinds; of uncertain origin.] 1. Destitute of the sense of seeing, either by natural defect or by deprivation; without sight. [1913 Webster] He that is strucken… …

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  • 19Blind cat — Blind Blind, a. [AS.; akin to D., G., OS., Sw., & Dan. blind, Icel. blindr, Goth. blinds; of uncertain origin.] 1. Destitute of the sense of seeing, either by natural defect or by deprivation; without sight. [1913 Webster] He that is strucken… …

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  • 20Blind coal — Blind Blind, a. [AS.; akin to D., G., OS., Sw., & Dan. blind, Icel. blindr, Goth. blinds; of uncertain origin.] 1. Destitute of the sense of seeing, either by natural defect or by deprivation; without sight. [1913 Webster] He that is strucken… …

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