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  • 181 Lucifuge Rofocale — According to the Grimoire of Pope Honorius, a demon named Lucifuge Rofocale is in charge of Hell s government by order of Lucifer.EtymologyThe name Lucifuge comes from two Latin words; lux (light; genitive lucis), and fugio (to flee), which means …

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  • 182 History of science in Classical Antiquity — The history of science in Classical Antiquity begins with the search for practical knowledge. In Antiquity, the inquiry into the workings of the universe took place both in investigations aimed at such practical goals as establishing a reliable… …

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  • 183 Battle of São Mamede — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Battle of São Mamede partof=the County of Portugal leadership caption= date=June 24, 1128 place=Guimarães casus= territory= result= Afonso I of Portugal victory combatant1=Afonso I of Portugal combatant2=Theresa …

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  • 184 History of Medieval Serbia — Тhe medieval history of Serbia begins in the 5th century AD with the arrival of the Slavs in the Balkans, and ends with the occupation of Serbia by the Ottoman Empire in 1459 with the fall of the Serbian capital Smederevo. The question of Serb… …

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  • 185 Romanian nouns — This article on Romanian nouns is related to the Romanian grammar and belongs to a series of articles on the Romanian language. It describes the morphology of the noun in this language, and includes details about its declension according to… …

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  • 186 Buddhist temples in Japan — The hondō, or main hall , of Higashi Hongan ji in Kyoto. Along with Shinto shrines, Buddhist temples are the most numerous, famous, and important religious buildings in Japan.[note 1] The Japanese word for a Buddhist temple is tera …

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  • 187 Brice Marden — Infobox Artist bgcolour = #6495ED name = Brice Marden imagesize = 150 px caption = birthname = birthdate = October 15, 1938 location = deathdate = deathplace = nationality = American field = Painter training = BFA, Boston University, School of… …

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  • 188 Turkish folklore — Nasreddin Hoca The tradition of folklore folktales, jokes, legends, and the like in the Turkish language is very rich, and is incorporated into everyday life and events. Contents 1 Turkish folklore …

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  • 189 Zhao Bao Tai Chi — The Zhao Bao style of Tai Chi (趙堡太極拳) originated from the town of Zhao Bao (趙堡鎮) in the sixteenth century. Located fourteen kilometers east of the county of Wen (溫縣) in the central Chinese province of Henan (河南), Zhao Bao is known for its idyllic …

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  • 190 Eagle Rock High School (Los Angeles, California) — Infobox School name =Eagle Rock High School motto = established =1927 type =Public affiliation = district =Los Angeles Unified School District grades =7 12 president = principal = head of school = dean = faculty = 125 [http://www.erhs.la/ Eagle… …

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  • 191 Dominium mundi — is an idea of universal dominion developed in the Middle Ages. Inspired by the memory of the Roman Empire, dominium mundi implied the recognition of one supreme authority, which generated a prolonged political and spiritual struggle between… …

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  • 192 Thrill Me — Infobox Musical name= Thrill Me subtitle=The Leopold Loeb Story image size=175px caption=Dolginoff (left) as Leopold; Kreeger as Loeb music= Stephen Dolginoff lyrics= Stephen Dolginoff book= Stephen Dolginoff basis= Leopold and Loeb murder… …

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  • 193 Richard Harliston — Vice Admiral Sir Richard Harliston, born circa 1425 in Humberstone, Lincolnshire, and brought up in the household of Richard, Duke of York.On the accession of Edward IV, Richard Harliston became a yeoman of the king s chamber and was made Vice… …

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  • 194 Saint Louis Cathedral, Carthage — Saint Louis Cathedral (French: La cathédrale Saint Louis de Carthage ) is an old Roman Catholic cathedral located in Carthage, Tunisia.Situated on the peak of Byrsa Hill and near the ruins of the ancient Punic and then Roman city, the cathedral… …

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  • 195 David O. Cauldwell — David Oliver Cauldwell (17 June 1897 ndash; 30 August 1959) was a prolific and pioneering sexologist, who has been claimed to have coined the term “transsexual” [anonymous. [http://www.symposion.com/ijt/cauldwell/ “Editorial”,] The International… …

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  • 196 Lorenzetto — Lorenzo Lotti, also known as Lorenzetto, (1490 ndash; 1541), born Lorenzo di Lodovico di Guglielmo, was an Italian Renaissance sculptor and architect in the circle of Raphael. He was born in Florence and married the sister of Giulio Romano,… …

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  • 197 Joint Communique — The Joint Communique was an agreement signed in June 1963 between the South Vietnamese government of Ngo Dinh Diem and the Buddhist leadership of the country in an attempt to end the Buddhist crisis. Background South Vietnam s Buddhist majority… …

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  • 198 Maya civilization — This article is about the pre Columbian Maya civilization. For a discussion of the modern Maya, see Maya peoples. For other meanings of the word Maya, see Maya …

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  • 199 Business/SPEA Information Commons — The Business/SPEA Information Commons, formerly known as the Business/SPEA Library, serves the research and study needs of faculty and students of Indiana University s Kelley School of Business and the School of Public and Environmental Affairs… …

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  • 200 Place des Martyres (paintings) — Place des Martyres is the title of a series of over 250 watercolors and drawings executed in New York and Beirut between 1971 and 1974 by Nabil Kanso. [ Nabil Kanso: Place des Maryres: Works on Paper , 76th Street Gallery, Catalog, New York,… …

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