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  • 41 History of fashion design — The first fashion designer who was not merely a dressmaker was (Charles Frederick Worth) (1826–1895). Before the former draper set up his maison couture fashion house in Paris, fashion creation and inspiration was handled by largely unknown… …

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  • 42 Jewish religious year — Introduction       the cycle of Sabbaths and holidays that are commonly observed by the Jewish religious community and officially in Israel by the Jewish secular community as well. The Sabbath and festivals (feast) are bound to the Jewish… …

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  • 43 Igbo people — Ndị Igbọ O. Equiano • Jaja of Opobo • Chinua Achebe • C.N. Adichie Total population 15–30 million worldwide (est.) …

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  • 44 Thematic development of Italian Renaissance painting — This article about the development of themes in Italian Renaissance painting is an extension to the article Italian Renaissance painting, for which it provides additional pictures with commentary. The works encompassed are from Giotto in the… …

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  • 45 naval ship — Introduction       the chief instrument by which a nation extends its military power onto the seas. Warships protect the movement over water of military forces to coastal areas where they may be landed and used against enemy forces; warships… …

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  • 46 Dreadlocks — A man with natural freeform dreadlocks. Dreadlocks, also called locks, a ras, dreads, rasta or Jata (Hindi), are matted coils of hair. Dreadlocks are usually intentionally formed; because of the variety of different hair textures, various methods …

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  • 47 Christian primitivism — See also: Restorationism (disambiguation) Part of a series on the History of Christian Theology …

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  • 48 Joseon Dynasty — Joseon redirects here. For other uses, see Joseon (disambiguation). Kingdom of Joseon 조선국 (朝鮮國)[1] 조선왕조 (朝鮮王朝) …

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  • 49 Folk wrestling — Focus Grappling Pinning Submission A folk wrestling style is a traditional wrestling discipline which may or may not be codified as a modern sport. Most human cultures have developed their own sort of grappling styl …

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  • 50 Pakistan — /pak euh stan , pah keuh stahn /, n. 1. Islamic Republic of, a republic in S Asia, between India and Afghanistan: formerly part of British India; known as West Pakistan from 1947 71 to distinguish it from East Pakistan (now Bangladesh).… …

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  • 51 MODERN TIMES – TO 1880 — introduction dawn of the enlightenment influence of mercantilist absolutism on jewish status arguments for toleration moses mendelssohn egalitarianism and emancipation in the u.s. the french revolution napoleon bonaparte and the french sanhedrin… …

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  • 52 History of computing hardware — Computing hardware is a platform for information processing (block diagram) The history of computing hardware is the record of the ongoing effort to make computer hardware faster, cheaper, and capable of storing more data. Computing hardware… …

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  • 53 Catherine de' Medici's patronage of the arts — made a significant contribution to the French Renaissance. Catherine was inspired by the example of her father in law, King Francis I of France (reigned 1515–1547), who had hosted the leading artists of Europe at his court. As a young woman, she… …

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  • 54 Information science — Not to be confused with Information theory. Contents 1 Introduction 2 A multitude of information sciences? 3 Definitions of information science 4 History …

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  • 55 Tabby cat — For other uses, see Tabby (disambiguation). Common mackerel tabby, with the classic M on forehead, and striped pattern A tabby is any cat that has a distinctive coat that features stripes, dots, lines or swirling patterns, usually together with… …

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  • 56 AUTONOMY — AUTONOMY, the religious, legal, social, and cultural self sufficiency of the Jewish community within the sovereign non Jewish state or its subdivision; Jewish self government. Jewish autonomy was conditioned by both external and internal forces.… …

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