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  • 141Joachim von Ribbentrop — Infobox Officeholder name = Joachim von Ribbentrop imagesize = small caption = order = Reich Minister of Foreign Affairs term start = February 4, 1938 term end = April 30, 1945 president = Adolf Hitler Führer chancellor = Adolf Hitler predecessor …

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  • 142American Bison — Taxobox name = American Bison status = LR/cd | status system = IUCN2.3 status ref = IUCN2006|assessors=Bison Specialist Group|year=1996|id=2815|title=Bison bison|downloaded=11 May 2006 ] image caption = regnum = Animalia phylum = Chordata classis …

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  • 143Ian Thorpe — Infobox Swimmer swimmername = Ian Thorpe imagesize = 190px caption = fullname = Ian James Thorpe nicknames = Thorpedo; Thorpey nationality = AUS strokes = club = collegeteam = birthdate = birth date and age|df=yes|1982|10|13 birthplace = Sydney,… …

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  • 144Asmahan — Infobox musical artist Name = Asmahan Img capt = Asmahan Img size = Background = solo singer Birth name = Amal Al Atrash Alias = Born = 1918 Syria Died = 1944 Egypt Origin = Instrument = Genre = Arabic Music (Syrian, Egyptian). Occupation =… …

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  • 145bison — bisontine /buy seuhn tuyn , zeuhn /, adj. /buy seuhn, zeuhn/, n., pl. bison. 1. Also called American bison, American buffalo. a North American, oxlike ruminant, Bison bison, having a large head and high, humped shoulders: formerly common in North …

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  • 146ZIONIST CONGRESSES — ZIONIST CONGRESSES, the highest authority in the Zionist Organization; created by theodor herzl . None of the previous attempts to convene general assemblies of the Jewish national movement, some of which were successful and some abortive,… …

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  • 147Aaron — This article is about Aaron the Levite in the Hebrew Bible, the Qu ran, and other sources. For other uses of the word Aaron, see Aaron (disambiguation). In the Bible, Aaron ( he. אַהֲרֹן), or Aaron the Levite (אהרֹן הלוי), was the brother of… …

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  • 148Jahangir — For people named Jahangir Khan, see Jahangir Khan (disambiguation). For the rebel against Qing rule in Kashgar, see Jahangir Khoja. Jahangir …

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  • 149John Wycliffe — John Wickliffe redirects here. For the ship, see John Wickliffe (ship). John Wycliffe Full name John Wycliffe Born c. 1328 Ipreswell, England Died 31 December 1384 …

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  • 150Umar — For other uses, see Omar (disambiguation). Umar ibn al Khattab Caliph Umar s empire at its peak, 644 Al Farooq Reign …

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  • 151French Consulate — A portrait of the three Consuls, Jean Jacques Régis de Cambacérès, Napoleon Bonaparte and Charles François Lebrun (left to right). Executive Governm …

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  • 152American Old West — Wild West redirects here. For other uses, see Wild West (disambiguation). For cultural influences and their development, see Western (genre). American Old West The …

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  • 153State religion — Religions by country North America Canada · United States · Mexico …

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  • 154Japanese invasions of Korea (1592–1598) — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Japanese invasions of Korea date=1592–1598 caption= The Japanese landing on Busan. place=Korean peninsula result=Korean and Chinese victory. combatant1=Korea under the Joseon Dynasty, China under the Ming… …

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  • 155Dominique Strauss-Kahn — Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund In office 1 November 2007 – 18 May 2011 Deputy …

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  • 156Republic of Ragusa — Ragusan redirects here. For the city in Italy, see Ragusa, Sicily. For other uses, see Ragusa. Republic of Ragusa¹ Respublica Ragusina (la) Dubrovačka Republika (hr) Repubblica di Ragusa (it) …

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  • 157Drusen — Classification and external resources Macular soft Drusen in the right eye of a 70 year old male. ICD 10 H …

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  • 158Far Cry 2 — Developer(s) Ubisoft Montreal Publisher(s) Ubisoft Designer(s) …

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  • 159Katyn massacre — This article is about the 1940 massacre of Polish officers. For the 1943 massacre of Belarusian civilians, see Khatyn massacre. Katyn Kharkiv Mednoye memorial The Katyn massacre, also known as the Katyn Forest massacre (Polish …

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  • 160Death threat — A death threat is a threat of death, often made anonymously, by one person or a group of people to kill another person or groups of people. These threats are usually designed to intimidate victims in order to manipulate their behavior, thus a… …

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