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  • 1 unoccupied — Within fire policy exempting insurer from liability in case dwelling is unoccupied, means when it is not used as a residence, when it is no longer used for the accustomed and ordinary purposes of a dwelling or place of abode, or when it is not… …

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  • 2 Murder in Peyton Place — Written by Grace Metalious (original novel) Richard De Roy Directed by Bruce Kessler Starring Dorothy Malone Ed Nelson Tim O Connor Joyce Jillson Christopher Connelly …

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  • 3 The Tubes (place) — The Tubes is a term used by local residents to describe the western area in Glassport, a suburb of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. More specifically, The Tubes refers to several of the large concrete drainage tunnel pieces which lay about the fields.… …

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  • 4 vacancy — /vay keuhn see/, n., pl. vacancies. 1. the state of being vacant; emptiness. 2. a vacant, empty, or unoccupied place, as untenanted lodgings or offices: This building still has no vacancies. 3. a gap; opening; breach. 4. an unoccupied position or …

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  • 5 vacancy — va•can•cy [[t]ˈveɪ kən si[/t]] n. pl. cies 1) the state of being vacant; emptiness 2) a vacant or unoccupied place, esp. one for rent 3) an unoccupied position or office 4) a gap; opening; breach 5) lack of thought or intelligence; vacuity 6) (in …

    From formal English to slang

  • 6 room — n. 1. Space, extent, expanse, scope, compass, field, range, sweep, swing, play, latitude. 2. Place, stead. 3. Apartment, chamber. 4. Chance, opportunity, occasion. 5. Unoccupied space, unoccupied place …

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  • 7 Nanking Safety Zone — Nanking Massacrev · d · e Battle …

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  • 8 Squatting — Squatter redirects here. For other uses, see Squat (disambiguation). For the resting position, where the weight of the body is on the feet, see squatting position. Part of the Politics series on …

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  • 9 Vichy France — This article is about World War II France. For other uses, see Vichy (disambiguation). French State État français Axis collaborator state …

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  • 10 FRANCE — (Heb. פְרַאנְצִיָּה and צָרְפַת), country in Western Europe. This entry is arranged according to the following outline: from the first settlements unil the revolution the roman and merovingian periods from the carolingians until the eve of the… …

    Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • 11 Admiralty Islands campaign — Admiralty Islands Part of World War II, Pacific War …

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  • 12 Council Tax — Taxation An aspect of fiscal policy …

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  • 13 THE EVENTS — introduction European Jewry in the Early 1930s Germany in the Early 1930s the expansion of the reich …

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  • 14 Comparison of Axis & Allies Games — Axis Allies is a series of board wargames by Larry Harris, which was originally produced by Nova Game Designs in 1981 and later by Milton Bradley in 1984 and by Avalon Hill since 1999. Avalon Hill is owned by Wizards of the Coast. Since the… …

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  • 15 Mir — This article is about the Soviet/Russian space station. For other uses, see Mir (disambiguation). Mir …

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  • 16 Business rates in England and Wales — This article is about Business rates in England and Wales. For Scotland, see Business rates in Scotland. Taxation in the United Kingdom This article is part of the series: Politics and government of the United Kingdom Central gover …

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  • 17 Nazi relations with the Arab world — During the era of Nazi Germany (1933–1945), the relationship between the Nazi movement and leadership and the Arab world encompassed contempt, propaganda, collaboration and in some instances emulation. Contents 1 Nazi perspective towards the… …

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  • 18 Battle of Hat Dich — Part of the Vietnam War …

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  • 19 Rules of Go — This is an in depth discussion of the rules of go. There has been a certain amount of variation in the rules of go over time, and from place to place. This article discusses those sets of rules broadly similar to the ones currently in use in East …

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  • 20 History of Lithuanian culture — The culture of Lithuania has existed for thousands of years, dating back to 200 B.C., with the settlement of the Balts and has been independent of the presence of a sovereign Lithuanian state. [History Culture of Lithuania… …

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