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  • 161Vignette (road tax) — Vignette is a word used in several non English speaking European countries for toll stickers. It is ultimately of French origin, but was disseminated throughout Central Europe through German.These are small, colored stickers affixed to motor… …

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  • 162Leo Johnson — See also Leo Johnson (disambiguation)Leo Johnson is a character from the television series Twin Peaks , created by David Lynch and Mark Frost.Leo (played by Eric Da Re) is a trucker who also moonlights as Twin Peaks primary source of narcotics,… …

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  • 163Stretcher bar — A stretcher bar is used to construct a wooden stretcher frame used by artists to mount their canvases. They are traditionally a wooden framework support on which an artist fastens a piece of canvas. They are also used for small scale embroidery… …

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  • 164Tansu — is the word for chest, chest of drawers or cupboard in Japanese. It is often used in the West to refer to traditional Japanese chests, handcrafted and made of fine woods, such as Hinoki (Japanese cypress), Keyaki (Japanese elm), Kuri (Japanese… …

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  • 165Theodore Komnenos Doukas — or Theodore Comnenus Ducas (Greek: Θεόδωρος Κομνηνός Δούκας, Theodōros Komnēnos Doukas ), ruler of Epirus from 1215 to 1230 and of Thessalonica from 1224 to 1230, died c. 1253.LifeBorn about 1180/85, Theodore was a legitimate son of the… …

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  • 166Propeller (album) — Propeller is the fifth album by Dayton, Ohio indie rock group Guided by Voices, considered by many to be one of their greatest works.Infobox Album | Name = Propeller Type = Album Artist = Guided by Voices Caption = One of the original handmade… …

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  • 167Starfleet ship registry and classes in Star Trek — The Star Trek science fiction franchise included a large number of starships, some of which were regular settings while others made only brief appearances. Many Starfleet vessels follow various standard designs or ship classes. Starfleet… …

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  • 168Military of ancient Rome — This article is part of the series on: Military of ancient Rome (portal) 753 BC – AD 476 Structural history Roman army (unit types and ranks …

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  • 169Ventureño language — Infobox language name=Ventureño region=Southern Californian coastal areas familycolor=American extinct=mid 20th century fam1=Chumashan fam2=Southern fam3=Central iso2=nai|iso3=veoVentureño is one of the extinct Chumash languages, a group of… …

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  • 170OZM — Armed OZM 4 anti personnel mine in a minefield OZM 3/4 anti personnel mine schematic diagram …

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  • 171Philippine Postal Corporation — Infobox Company company name = Philippine Postal Corporation company company type = State owned (government monopoly) company slogan = Across the country. Across the world. key people = Franco L. Loyola, Chairman Hector RR. Villanueva, Postmaster …

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  • 172Brahmin Tamil — or Braahmik is the name for a number of closely related Tamil dialects used by the Tamil Brahmin communities (Iyers and Iyengars) of Tamil Nadu and in the neighbouring states. Dialects Braahmik is the proposed name for these dialects… …

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  • 173Deadwood bonsai techniques — A Dwarf Japanese Juniper (Juniperus procumbens Nana ) bonsai on display. Multiple deadwood styles have been used on this tree. Bonsai is a Japanese art using miniature trees grown in containers, similar in some ways to the Chinese art of penjing… …

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  • 174Company seal — A company seal (sometimes referred to as the corporate seal or common seal) is an official seal used by a company. Company seals were predominantly used by companies in common law jurisdictions, although in modern times, most countries have… …

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  • 175Organizational capital — is the ability of an organization to mobilize and sustain the process of change required to execute strategy.[1] Working practices such as Just In Time, accounts payable processes and Total Quality Management contribute to organizational capital …

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  • 176Label maker — A label maker is a device designed to produce small, self adhesive labels for affixing to objects. Traditionally, label makers worked by impacting a length of tape with a hammer in the shape of the letter to be typed, causing a letter shaped… …

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  • 177Kumbhabhishekham — Kumbhabhishekam is a Hindu temple ritual that is believed to homogenize, synergize and unite the mystic powers of the deity. Kumbha means the Head and denotes the Shikhara or Crown of the Temple (usually in the Gopuram ) and Abhisekham is ritual… …

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  • 178Muthiri kinaru — Part of the series on Ayyavazhi Theology …

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  • 180Toy safety — Magnetix, a popular construction toy selling over 3.8 million units, was recalled after injuries and a fatality when magnets came loose. Toy safety is the practice of ensuring that toys, especially those made for children, are safe, usually… …

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