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  • 121League of Nations — (English) Société des Nations (French) Sociedad de Naciones (Spanish) International organization …

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  • 122Negligence — For other uses, see Negligence (disambiguation). Tort law …

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  • 123Oklahoma City bombing — The Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building two days after the bombing Location …

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  • 124Puerto Rico — This article is about the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. For other uses, see Puerto Rico (disambiguation). Commonwealth of Puerto Rico Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico …

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  • 125Religion and homosexuality — See also: LGBT matters and religion Conservative Christian protesters at a 2006 gay pride event in San Francisco. The relationship between religion and homosexuality can vary greatly across time and place, within and between different religions… …

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  • 126Slobodan Milošević — Milošević redirects here. For other people named Milošević, see Milošević (surname). The title of this article contains the following characters: š and ć. Where they are unavailable or not desired, the name may be represented as Slobodan… …

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  • 127Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution — United States of America …

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  • 128Biology and sexual orientation — Sexual orientation Orientations Asexual · Bisexual · Heterosexual · Homosexual Gender based alternative concepts Androphilia and gynephilia · Human female sexuality  …

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  • 129Hosni Mubarak — Mubarak redirects here. For other uses, see Mubarak (disambiguation). Hosni Mubarak Mubarak in 2009 4th President of Egypt In office …

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  • 130De Beers — Type Private Industry Exploration, mining and trading of diamonds Founded 1888 Founder(s) …

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  • 131Drag queen — New York drag performers Bianca Del Rio and Logan Hardcore on Fire Island before a show. Transgender topics Identities Androgyne  …

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  • 132Kenneth Starr — Infobox US Cabinet official name=Kenneth Winston Starr order=38th title=United States Solicitor General term start=May, 1989 term end=January, 1993 president=George H. W. Bush predecessor=Charles Fried successor=Drew S. Days, III birth date=birth …

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  • 133Jews for Jesus — is a Christian [ * During my time with the mission, I found Jews for Jesus to be a Christian ministry (or Messianic, if you prefer) with a passion for the good news about Jesus... Pastor Lev Leigh. Hope Baptist Church. Richmond, CA (… …

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  • 134Political status of Taiwan — The controversy regarding the political status of Taiwan (or Taiwan Issue as referred to by the Communist Party of China) hinges on whether Taiwan, Penghu, Kinmen, and Matsu should remain effectively independent as territory of the Republic of… …

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  • 135Mark Thomas — This article is about the comedian and activist. For other uses, see Mark Thomas (disambiguation). Mark Thomas Born Mark Clifford Thomas 11 April 1963 (1963 04 11) (age 48) London, England, UK …

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  • 136Action T4 — This poster (from around 1938) reads: 60,000 Reichsmarks is what this person suffering from a hereditary defect costs the People s community during his lifetime. Fellow citizen, that is your money too. Read [A] New People , the monthly magazine… …

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  • 137Gilbert du Motier, marquis de Lafayette — Lafayette …

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  • 138AMBER Alert — Laura Bush and Rae Leigh Bradbury (formerly missing) on April 4, 2007, in Austin, Texas, after the 8 year old introduced Mrs. Bush during announcement of the future opening of the Texas Regional Office of the National Center for Missing and… …

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  • 139Pembroke, Pembrokeshire — infobox UK place |country = Wales welsh name=Penfro constituency welsh assembly= latitude= 51.67604 longitude= 4.9158 official name= Pembroke unitary wales= Pembrokeshire lieutenancy wales= Dyfed constituency westminster= Carmarthen West and… …

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  • 140Singing Revolution — The Singing Revolution is a commonly used name for events between 1987 and 1990 that led to the restoration of the independence of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. [*cite book | last=Thomson | first=Clare | title=The Singing Revolution: A… …

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