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  • 1 bourgeoning — 1. noun sprouting or blossoming 2. adjective That bourgeons …

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  • 2 bourgeoning — n. bud; sprout v. bloom, blossom; expand …

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  • 3 Montrose, Pennsylvania —   Borough   Downtown Montrose, Pennsylvania Nick …

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  • 4 Fall City, Washington — Infobox Settlement official name = Fall City, Washington settlement type = CDP nickname = motto = imagesize = image caption = image imagesize = image caption = image mapsize = 250x200px map caption = Location of Fall City, Washington mapsize1 =… …

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  • 5 Split Enz — Infobox musical artist 2 Name = Split Enz Img capt = Split Enz (1977) ...with costumes and hair...like nothing else, wild, colourful and inventive. Background = group or band Origin = Auckland, New Zealand Genre = Pop, New Wave, Rock Prog Rock,… …

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  • 6 Deep Ellum, Dallas, Texas — A skater along Main Street in Deep Ellum Deep Ellum (a corruption of deep Elm Street ) is an arts and entertainment district near downtown in east Dallas, Texas (USA). It lies directly east of the elevated I 45/US 75 (u …

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  • 7 Shikasta — For Persian calligraphical style see Shikasta Nasta liq. Infobox Book name = Shikasta title orig = translator = image caption = US first edition cover (Alfred A. Knopf) author = Doris Lessing illustrator = cover artist = country = United States… …

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  • 8 Bloggers.SG — is a bloggers conference held in Singapore. The first conference was held on 16 July 2005 at the DXO, a club near the Esplanade.Bloggers.SG was the brainchild of Tomorrow.sg, a metablog set up by a group of dedicated Singaporean bloggers.Bloggers …

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  • 9 Beverly Hills Film Festival — The Beverly Hills Film Festival is a film festival in the United States owned and operated by Nino Simone. The festival debuted in 2001,and has shown regular growth each year. Entering its seventh successful year, BHFF is an international… …

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  • 10 Barbara Karinska — Varvara Jmoudsky, better known as Barbara Karinska or simply Karinska (October 3, 1886 – October 18, 1983), was costumer of the New York City Ballet, and the first costume designer ever to win the Capezio Dance Award, for costumes of visual… …

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  • 11 DISCOP — Television Markets Industry Events, Television content markets Founded June 1991 Headquarters Paris, France …

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  • 12 Collier Heights — Historic District U.S. National Register of Historic Places U.S. Historic District …

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  • 13 Macrohon Institute, Inc. — Infobox Private School name = Macrohon Institute, Inc. established = 1948 motto = Truth, Unity, Resolution principal = Lilian J. Caracut town = Macrohon province = Southern Leyte country = Philippines address = Brgy. Sto. Rosario, Macrohon campus …

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  • 14 Eureka! Tent Company — Eureka! Tent Company=Eureka! brand products are sold to the outdoor recreation, rental, special events and military markets by Johnson Outdoors Inc, a leading global outdoor recreation company. The brand, part of Johnson Outdoors’ Outdoor… …

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  • 15 Donae'o — Birth name Ian Greenidge Genres UK Funky, Rave Occupations Rapper, MC, singer Instruments Vocals Years active 2002–present …

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  • 16 painting —    In 1990, the largest exhibition of Velázquez s paintings ever held was mounted by the Prado Museum in Madrid, and was visited by half a million people. Further exhibitions on Ribera in 1992 and in honour of the 250th anniversary of Goya s… …

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  • 17 growth — n. 1. Increase, expansion, development, growing, extension. 2. Vegetation, sprouting, germination, shooting, bourgeoning, pullulation, putting out. 3. Produce, product. 4. Advancement, advance, progress, improvement …

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  • 18 ART HISTORIANS AND ART CRITICS — The discipline of art history first made its appearance in Germany, in the middle of the 18th century, but it was more than a hundred years before the lowering of the barriers that had excluded Jews from academic careers enabled them to enter… …

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  • 19 REICHMANN — REICHMANN, family of international real estate developers, philanthropists. SAMUEL REICHMANN (1898–1975), a wealthy egg merchant from the small Hungarian town of Beled, and his wife, RENÉE (1898–1990), moved to Vienna in 1923. Deeply observant… …

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