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  • 181Maoism — Part of the Politics series on Maoism …

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  • 182Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood — The Pre Raphaelite Brotherhood (also known as the Pre Raphaelites) was a group of English painters, poets, and critics, founded in 1848 by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, William Michael Rossetti, James Collinson, John Everett Millais, Frederic George… …

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  • 183Spiritism — is a Christian [ [http://www.ecrealty.net/kar/tview02.htm Spiritist Center of Orlando] ] philosophical doctrine, established in France in the mid nineteenth century.Spiritism, or French spiritualism, is based on books written by French educator… …

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  • 184Eastern Catholic Churches — This article refers to Eastern churches in full communion with the Church of Rome. For other eastern churches, see Church of the East (disambiguation) Part of a series on Eastern Christianity …

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  • 185Thomas Chatterton — Chatterton redirects here. For other uses, see Chatterton (disambiguation). Thomas Chatterton Born 20 November 1752 Bristol, England Died 24 August 1770( …

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  • 186Number 96 (TV series) — Number 96 Title card from a 1975 episode of Number 96. Where the cliff hanger resolution that followed this shot at the start of the episode took place in one of the building s flats, the shot of the building would zoom in on that flat as the… …

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  • 187King's Quest — is an adventure game series made by the American computer game company Sierra Entertainment. It is widely considered a classic title of the golden era of adventure games and was the series that primarily built the reputation of the company… …

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  • 188Radical center (politics) — The terms radical center or radical middle describe a third way philosophy as well as an associated political movement. Followers of this philosophy claim to improve understanding by simultaneously affirming both sides, whether that be… …

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  • 189Old German Baptist Brethren — Part of a series on the Schwarzenau Brethren (the German Baptists or Dunkers) …

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  • 190Baptist General Conference — The Baptist General Conference (BGC) is a national evangelical Baptist body with roots in Pietism in Sweden and inroads among evangelical Scandinavian Americans, particularly persons located in the American Upper Midwest. From its small beginning …

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  • 191Holiness Baptist Association — The Holiness Baptist Association is a holiness body of Christians with Baptist historical roots.Holiness movementIn 19th century America, the Holiness movement developed out the new measures and teachings of revivalist Charles Grandison Finney,… …

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  • 192Edward Drinker Cope — Edward Drinker Cope …

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  • 193E. B. Ford — Infobox Scientist name = Edmund Brisco Henry Ford box width = image width =150px caption = Edmund Brisco Henry Ford birth date = 23rd April 1901 birth place = Papcastle, Cumbria death date = 2nd January 1988 death place = residence = citizenship …

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  • 194History of Greece — This article covers the Greek civilization. For the Greek language as a whole, see Greek language. For the Classical Greek language, see Ancient Greek. For the history of the modern republic, see History of modern Greece. History of Greece …

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  • 195Middle-earth canon — The term Middle earth canon, also called Tolkien s canon, is used to loosely define the published writings of J. R. R. Tolkien regarding Middle earth as a whole. The term is also used in Tolkien fandom to promote, discuss and debate the idea of a …

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  • 196Foreign policy of the George W. Bush administration — Articleissues|article=y intro length = October 2007 citationstyle = January 2008 update = January 2008 refimprove = January 2008During his campaign for election as President of the United States, George W. Bush s foreign policy platform included… …

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  • 197Surplus product — Part of a series on Marxism …

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  • 198Clipper Magazine Stadium — The Clipper Location 650 North Prince Street Lancaster, PA 17603 …

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  • 199The Bridge World — (TBW), the oldest continuously published magazine about contract bridge, was founded in 1929 by Ely Culbertson. It has since been regarded as the game s principal journal, publicizing technical advances in bidding and the play of the cards,… …

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  • 200Jerome Clark — (born 1946) is an American researcher and writer, specializing in unidentified flying objects and other anomalous phenomena; he is also a songwriter of some note.Clark is one of the most prominent UFO historians and researchers active today.… …

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