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  • 1Church triumphant — Triumphant Tri*um phant, a. [L. triumphans, p. pr. of triumphare: cf. F. triomphant. See {Triumph}, v. i.] [1913 Webster] 1. Rejoicing for victory; triumphing; exultant. [1913 Webster] Successful beyond hope to lead ye forth Triumphant out of… …

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  • 2Triumphant — Tri*um phant, a. [L. triumphans, p. pr. of triumphare: cf. F. triomphant. See {Triumph}, v. i.] [1913 Webster] 1. Rejoicing for victory; triumphing; exultant. [1913 Webster] Successful beyond hope to lead ye forth Triumphant out of this infernal… …

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  • 3triumphant — a. 1. Triumphing, rejoicing for victory, exultant, elated, jubilant. 2. Exultant, jubilant, exulting. 3. Victorious, successful, crowned with success, graced with conquest …

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  • 4biblical literature — Introduction       four bodies of written works: the Old Testament writings according to the Hebrew canon; intertestamental works, including the Old Testament Apocrypha; the New Testament writings; and the New Testament Apocrypha.       The Old… …

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  • 5Pharaoh (novel) — TOCleft Pharaoh ( pl. Faraon) is the fourth and last major novel by the Polish writer Bolesław Prus. Composed over a year s time in 1894 ndash;1895, it was the sole historical novel by an author who had previously disapproved of historical novels …

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  • 6Lisbon — /liz beuhn/, n. a seaport in and the capital of Portugal, in the SW part, on the Tagus estuary. 760,150. Portuguese, Lisboa /leezh baw euh/. * * * Portuguese Lisboa City (pop., 2001: 556,797), capital of Portugal. The country s chief seaport and… …

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  • 7Galle fort — was built first by the Portuguese, then modified by the Dutch during the 17th century. During the Dutch period in Ceylon, the Dutch brought labourers from Indonesia and Mozambique to build this massive fort. Even today, after 400 years of… …

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  • 8Southampton — For other uses, see Southampton (disambiguation). Southampton   Unitary City   Montage of Southampton …

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  • 9Mikhail Semyonovich Vorontsov — His portrait by George Dawe, from the Military Gallery of the Winter Palace (1825) Prince Mikhail Semyonovich Vorontsov (Михаил Семёнович Воронцов) (30 May 1782–18 Nov 1856), was a Russian prince and field marshal, renowned for his success in the …

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  • 10Cairene rug — ▪ Egyptian carpet  Egyptian floor covering believed to have been made in or near Cairo from at least as early as the 15th century to the 18th. The early production, under the Mamlūk dynasty, is characterized by geometric, centralized schemes… …

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  • 11Spain — /spayn/, n. a kingdom in SW Europe. Including the Balearic and Canary islands, 39,244,195; 194,988 sq. mi. (505,019 sq. km). Cap.: Madrid. Spanish, España. * * * Spain Introduction Spain Background: Spain s powerful world empire of the 16th and… …

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  • 12History of the Eastern Orthodox Church — The Eastern Orthodox Churches trace their roots back to the Apostles and Jesus Christ. Eastern Orthodoxy reached its golden age during the high point of the Byzantine Empire, and then continued to flourish in Russia after the Fall of… …

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  • 13literature — /lit euhr euh cheuhr, choor , li treuh /, n. 1. writings in which expression and form, in connection with ideas of permanent and universal interest, are characteristic or essential features, as poetry, novels, history, biography, and essays. 2.… …

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  • 14Byzantine Empire — This article is about the medieval Roman empire. For other uses, see Byzantine (disambiguation). Roman Empire Βασιλεία Ῥωμαίων, Ῥωμανία Basileia Rhōmaiōn, Rhōmanía Imperium Romanum, Romania …

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  • 15Anthropology and Archaeology — ▪ 2009 Introduction Anthropology       Among the key developments in 2008 in the field of physical anthropology was the discovery by a large interdisciplinary team of Spanish and American scientists in northern Spain of a partial mandible (lower… …

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  • 16Hinduism — /hin dooh iz euhm/, n. the common religion of India, based upon the religion of the original Aryan settlers as expounded and evolved in the Vedas, the Upanishads, the Bhagavad Gita, etc., having an extremely diversified character with many… …

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  • 17Asia Minor — • The peninsular mass that the Asiatic continent projects westward of an imaginary line running from the Gulf of Alexandretta (Issus) on the Mediterranean to the vicinity of Trebizond (Trapezus) on the Black Sea Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin… …

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  • 18History of the Jews —     History of the Jews     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► History of the Jews     (Yehúd m; Ioudaismos).     Of the two terms, Jews and Judaism, the former denotes usually the Israelites or descendants of Jacob (Israel) in contrast to Gentile races;… …

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  • 19Wikipedia:Featured article candidates — Here, we determine which articles are to be featured articles (FAs). FAs exemplify Wikipedia s very best work and satisfy the FA criteria. All editors are welcome to review nominations; please see the review FAQ. Before nominating an article,… …

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  • 20Argentina — For alternative meanings, see Argentina (disambiguation) and Argentine (disambiguation). Argentine Republic[1] …

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