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  • 181 East (novel) — East (also known as North Child in the UK and Australia) is a 2003 novel by the author Edith Pattou. It is an adaptation of an old Norwegian folk tale entitled East of the Sun and West of the Moon and is an ALA Top Ten Best Book for Young Adults …

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  • 182 Newlyn riots — Contents 1 Background 2 Early clashes 3 Police mobilisation 4 …

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  • 183 Lester Freamon — Infobox character | name = Lester Freamon real name = portrayer = Clarke Peters creator = David Simon species = gender = Male first = The Detail (episode 1.02) last = ndash;30 ndash; (episode 5.10) cause = End of series age = 50s occupation =… …

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  • 184 2001 in piracy — See also: 2000 in piracy, other events of 2001, 2002 in piracy and the list of years of Piracy . Events*The International Maritime Organization reports over 50 acts of piracy in the first quarter of 2001, 18 of which occurring in the South China… …

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  • 185 Fort Pond Bay — Fort Bond Bay is a bay off Long Island Sound at Montauk, New York that was site of the first port on the end of Long Island.The bay has a long strategic history.The bay was first listed by name in a 1655 map published in 1680 by John Scott which… …

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  • 186 Vagabond (comics) — Superherobox| caption= comic color=background:#ff8080 character name=Vagabond real name=Priscilla Lyons species= publisher=Marvel Comics debut= Captain America #325 (Jan 1987) creators=Mark Gruenwald and Paul Neary alliance… …

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  • 187 Chestertown Tea Party — The famous Boston Tea Party, shown here in an 1846 lithograph by Nathaniel Currier …

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  • 188 Bunk Moreland — Infobox character | name = William Moreland portrayer = Wendell Pierce creator = David Simon species = gender = Male first = The Target (episode 1.01) last = ndash;30 ndash; (episode 5.10) cause = End of series age = 40s occupation = Detective in …

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  • 189 Small Asian Mongoose — Taxobox name = Small Asian Mongoose image width = 240px status = LR/lc status system = iucn2.3 status ref = IUCN2006 | assessors = Mustelid Specialist Group | title = Herpestes javanicus | year = 1996 | id = 41614 | downloaded = 2007 01 17]… …

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  • 190 Alexander Dalzeel — (c. 1662 December 5, 1715) was a seventeenth century pirate and former officer under Henry Avery. Born in Port Patrick, Scotland, Dalzeel went to sea as a child and, by the age of 23, was captain of his own ship with six successful voyages to his …

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  • 191 Stingray City, Grand Cayman — s are found in abundance and visitors can feed, pet, and interact with the animals. Location Stingray City is located in the shallow waters of the northwest corner of Grand Cayman s North Sound. It is just inside a natural channel that passes… …

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  • 192 Francisco de Tello de Guzmán — (sometimes Francisco Tello de Guzmán ) (d. April 1603, Manila) was Spanish governor of the Philippines from July 14, 1596 to May 1602.Early life and appointment as governorFrancisco de Tello de Guzmán was a native of Seville. He became a knight… …

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  • 193 George St. Leger Grenfell — (May 30, 1808 ndash; March 1868?) was a British soldier of fortune who claimed to have fought in Algeria, in Morocco against the Barbary pirates, under Garibaldi in South America, in the Crimean War, and in the Sepoy Mutiny. Immigrating to the… …

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  • 194 Mythology of Lost — The television show Lost includes a number of mysterious elements that have been ascribed to science fiction or supernatural phenomena, usually concerning coincidences, synchronicity, déjà vu, temporal and spatial anomalies, paradoxes, and other… …

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  • 195 Hadley cell — The Hadley cell is a circulation pattern that dominates the tropical atmosphere, with rising motion near the equator, poleward flow 10 15 kilometers above the surface, descending motion in the subtropics, and equatorward flow near the surface.… …

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  • 196 Rhone (ship) — The Rhone, formerly known as Gilroy , was a 1,768 ton, iron sailing ship with a length of 259.2 feet, breadth of 39.9 feet and depth of 23.2 feet. She was built by John Elder of Glasgow, Scotland in 1875 for Gilroy, Sons Company of Dundee. The… …

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  • 197 USS W. S. Sims (FF-1059) — The USS W. S. Sims (FF 1059) was a Sclass|Knox|frigate of the US Navy. Named for William Sims, she was laid down on 10 April 1967 by Avondale Shipyards, Inc., Westwego, Louisiana; launched on 5 January 1969; sponsored by Mrs. Robert H. Hopkins;… …

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  • 198 USS Pinkney (APH-2) — was a Tryon class evacuation transport that was assigned to the U.S. Navy during World War II. Pinkney served in the Pacific Ocean theatre of operations and returned home safely post war with six battle stars but missing 18 crew members who were… …

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  • 199 Unexplained disappearances — Unexplained disappearance is the physical disappearance of people or other objects without apparent cause or reason. Contents 1 Notable disappearances 1.1 Benjamin Bathurst 1.2 Mary Celeste 1.3 Flannan Isles …

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  • 200 Curtis Chillingworth — Born October 24, 1896 Died June 15, 1955 Nationality American Alma mater University of Florida Spouse …

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