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  • 1 put in a conspicuous place — index expose Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 French law on secularity and conspicuous religious symbols in schools — The French law on secularity and conspicuous religious symbols in schools bans wearing conspicuous religious symbols in French public (i.e. government operated) primary and secondary schools. The law is an amendment to the French Code of… …

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  • 3 expose — ex·pose vt ex·posed, ex·pos·ing 1: to subject to risk from a harmful action or condition: as a: to make (one) open to liability or financial loss b: to leave (a child) uncared for and lacking shelter from the elements 2: to cause to be visible or …

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  • 4 expose — v. a. 1. Uncover, bare, make bare. 2. Disclose, detect, descry, lay open, show up, bring to light. 3. Unmask, denounce, show up, strip of disguises or concealments, show in one s real light. 4. Subject, make liable. 5. Endanger, jeopardize, put… …

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  • 5 Calendar of 1995 — ▪ 1996 January January 1       Cardoso assumes office       Having won some 54% of the ballots cast in the October 1994 election, Fernando Cardoso took the oath of office as president of Brazil. As chief executive of South America s largest… …

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  • 6 Italian literature — is literature written in the Italian language, particularly within Italy. It may also refer to literature written by Italians or in Italy in other languages spoken in Italy, often languages that are closely related to modern Italian. Early… …

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  • 7 History of the Jews in Poland — The history of the Jews in Poland dates back over a millennium. [ [http://polishjews.org/ polishjews.org] ] Poland was home to the largest Jewish population in Europe and served as the center for Jewish culture, ranging from a long period of… …

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  • 8 Tabernacle — • Vessel holding the Blessed Sacrament • Old Testament precursor to the Temple Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Tabernacle     ♦ …

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  • 9 Hierarchy of the Early Church — • The word hierarchy is used here to denote the three grades of bishop, priest, and deacon (ministri) Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Hierarchy of the Early Church     Hierarchy of the Early Church …

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  • 10 Golden Rose — • A precious and sacred ornament made of pure gold by skilled artificers, which the popes have been accustomed for centuries to bless each year, and occasionally confer upon illustrious churches and sanctuaries as a token of special reverence and …

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  • 11 Saint Hugh of Lincoln —     St. Hugh of Lincoln     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Hugh of Lincoln     Born about the year 1135 at the castle of Avalon, near Pontcharra, in Burgundy; died at London, 16 Nov., 1200. His father, William, Lord of Avalon, was sprung from one… …

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  • 12 Origin of the Book of Mormon — Artist s impression of Joseph Smith Jr. receiving the Golden Plates from the angel Moroni …

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  • 13 Crucifixion —    A common mode of punishment among heathen nations in early times. It is not certain whether it was known among the ancient Jews; probably it was not. The modes of capital punishment according to the Mosaic law were, by the sword (Ex. 21),… …

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  • 14 Indulgences — • A remission of the temporal punishment due to sin, the guilt of which has been forgiven Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Indulgences     Indulgences      …

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  • 15 Origen del Libro de Mormón — Un cuadro de Joseph Smith recibiendo las planchas de oro del ángel Moroni. Hay varias teorías del origen del Libro de Mormón. La mayoría de los adherentes al Movimiento de los Santos de los Últimos Días ven este libro como un trabajo de escritura …

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  • 16 Passover — • Great Jewish holiday Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Passover     Pasch or Passover     † …

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  • 17 Rene Descartes —     René Descartes     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► René Descartes     (Renatus Cartesius), philosopher and scientist, born at La Haye France, 31 March, 1596; died at Stockholm, Sweden, 11 February 1650. He studied at the Jesuit college of La Flèche …

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  • 18 Louis Spohr — (April 5, 1784 ndash; October 22, 1859) was a German composer, violinist and conductor. Born Ludwig Spohr, he is usually known by the French form of his name outside Germany.LifeSpohr was born in Braunschweig in the Brunswick Wolfenbüttel to Karl …

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  • 19 Banderia Prutenorum — The Banderia Prutenorum is a manuscript of 48 parchment sheets, 18.6 by 29.3 cm (7.3 by 11.5 inches), composed by Jan Długosz and illuminated by Stanisław Durink, listing 56 vexillae , or banners, of the Order of the Teutonic Knights. The title… …

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  • 20 Swarley — Infobox Television episode Title = Swarley Series = How I Met Your Mother Caption = Marshall, Ted, and Swarley in the coffee shop Season = 2 Episode = 7 Airdate = November 6, 2006 Production = 2ALH07 Writer = Greg Malins Director = Pamela Fryman… …

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