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  • 62 Metro Balderas (song) — Metro Balderas , as it is generally known, or more precisely, Estación del metro Balderas ( Balderas subway station ), a song by Mexican Rock Musician Rodrigo González or Rockdrigo González, refers to a man looking for a woman who got lost in the …

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  • 63 Vladimir Tismăneanu — (b. July 4, 1951) is a Romanian and American political scientist, sociologist, and professor at the University of Maryland, College Park. A specialist in political systems and compared politics, he is chair of the editorial committee (2004 2008)… …

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  • 64 Italian Mitrokhin Commission — The Italian Mitrokhin Commission was a parliamentary commission set up in 2002 by the Italian Parliament, then led by Silvio Berlusconi s right wing coalition, the Casa delle Libertà , and presided by senator Paolo Guzzanti ( Forza Italia ). Its… …

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  • 65 Rhodes blood libel — The Rhodes blood libel was an instance of blood libel against Jews in which the Jews on the Ottoman Empire island of Rhodes were accused of the ritual murder of a Christian boy in February 1840.The libel originated in the Greek Orthodox community …

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  • 66 Apelles — /euh pel eez/, n. 360? 315? B.C., Greek painter. * * * flourished late 4th century–early 3rd century BC Greek painter. He studied under Pamphilus and was court painter to Philip II of Macedonia and his son, Alexander the Great. Notable works… …

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  • 67 calumnious — calumniously, adv. /keuh lum nee euhs/, adj. of, involving, or using calumny; slanderous; defamatory. Also, calumniatory /keuh lum nee euh tawr ee, tohr ee/. [1480 90; < L calumniosus full of tricks or artifices, equiv. to calumni(a) CALUMNY +… …

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  • 68 Schools — • History and development of education as related to the church Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Schools     Schools     † …

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  • 69 Benedict XII —     Pope Benedict XII     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Benedict XII     (JACQUES FOURNIER)     Third of the Avignon popes, b. at Saverdun in the province of Toulouse, France, elected 20 December, 1334; d. at Avignon 24 April, 1342. Nothing is… …

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  • 70 England (Since the Reformation) —     England (Since the Reformation)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► England (Since the Reformation)     The Protestant Reformation is the great dividing line in the history of England, as of Europe generally. This momentous Revolution, the outcome… …

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  • 71 Urban VIII —     Pope Urban VIII     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Urban VIII     Maffeo Barberini, born at Florence in April, 1568; elected pope, 6 August, 1623; died at Rome, 29 July, 1644.     His father Antonio Barberini, a Florentine nobleman, who died… …

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  • 72 Pope Urban VIII —     Pope Urban VIII     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Urban VIII     Maffeo Barberini, born at Florence in April, 1568; elected pope, 6 August, 1623; died at Rome, 29 July, 1644.     His father Antonio Barberini, a Florentine nobleman, who died… …

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  • 73 St. John Francis Regis —     St. John Francis Regis     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. John Francis Regis     Born 31 January, 1597, in the village of Fontcouverte (department of Aude); died at la Louvesc, 30 Dec., 1640. His father Jean, a rich merchant, had been recently …

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  • 74 The Ass (in Caricature of Christians) —     The Ass (in Caricature of Christian Beliefs and Practices)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Ass (in Caricature of Christian Beliefs and Practices)     The calumny of onolatry, or ass worship, attributed by Tacitus and other writers to the… …

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  • 75 defamation — noun /ˌdɛfəˈmeɪʃən/ Act of injuring anothers reputation by any slanderous communication, written or oral; the wrong of maliciously injuring the good name of another; slander; detraction; calumny; aspersion. Syn: slander, detraction, calumny …

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  • 76 Indian Institute of Planning and Management — This article is about a business school. For other uses and details, see IIPM. Indian Institute of Planning and Management Motto What we teach today, others adopt tomorrow Type Private …

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  • 77 Mitrokhin Commission — The Mitrokhin Commission was a parliamentary commission set up in 2002 by the Italian Parliament, then led by Silvio Berlusconi s right wing coalition, the Casa delle Libertà, and presided by senator Paolo Guzzanti (Forza Italia). Its aim was to… …

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  • 78 detraction — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Disparagement Nouns 1. detraction, derogation, disparagement, dispraise, depreciation, disvaluation, vilification, obloquy, scurrility, scandal, defamation, aspersion, traducement, slander, calumny, evil …

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  • 79 libel — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. defamation, calumniation, aspersion. See detraction. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. calumny, slander, lying; see lie 1 . III (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) I (VOCABULARY WORD) n. [LYE bul] published statements… …

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  • 80 vilification — I (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. defamation, slander, mudsling ing, libel, smear, criticism, verbal abuse, denunciation, *slamming, maligning, denigration, calumny, character assassination, *bad mouthing. ANT.: praising, commendation, acclaim II… …

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