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  • [[Image:Lycian Apollo Louvre left.jpg|thumb|200px|right|Lycian Apollo, early Imperial Roman copy of a fourth century Greek original ([[Louvre Mus In [[Greek mythology|Greek]] and [[Roman mythology]], '''Apollo''' ([[Greek language|Ancient Greek]] {{Polytonic|Ἀπόλλων}}, ''Apól
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  • ...d the U.S. space program from the first [[satellite]] launch through the [[Apollo program]]'s manned flights to the [[Moon]]. ...rtillery captain, [[Walter Dornberger]], arranged an Ordnance Department research grant for him, and von Braun then worked next to Dornberger's existing soli
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  • | reign =September 26, 1941 – February 11, 1979 ...an]] from September 16, 1941, until the [[Iranian Revolution]] on February 11, 1979. He was the second monarch of the [[Pahlavi dynasty|Pahlavi House]] a
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  • ... the most important foundation for life to be generated and sustained. Any search for extraterrestrial life forms would focus on finding a planet bearing air Research tends to be done by a combination of astronomical observations, [[space exp
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  • Many researchers believe that skin darkening was an adaptation that evolved as a protecti Current research establishes that human beings are highly genetically homogeneous, meaning t
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  • ...l.<ref>Donald Guthrie, ''New Testament Introduction'' (Leicester, England: Apollos, 1990), 102.</ref> ...thrie, ''New Testament Introduction'' (Leicester, England: Apollos, 1990), 119.</ref> However, there is scholarly division concerning the traditional at
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  • ...Pythia was widely credited with giving [[prophecy|prophecies]] inspired by Apollo, giving her a prominence unusual for a woman in male-dominated [[ancient Gr ...the monstrous serpent [[Python (mythology)|Python]] after she was slain by Apollo.
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  • ...aic and Classical'', trans. John Raffan (Oxford: Blackwell, 1985, ISBN 0631112413), 149.</ref> The [[Temple of Artemis]] at [[Ephesus]] (located in weste * '''Phoebe''' - the feminine form of her brother Apollo's epithet [[Phoebus]]
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  • ...an Empire|Romans]]. Here Mercury is depictied by [[Hendrick Goltzius]], 1611]] ...rt of [[boxing]]), a patron of thieves (as he was credited with stealing [[Apollo]]'s cattle on the day of his birth), and a [[psychopomp]] (an escort for th
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  • ... |quote= |publisher= ''books and writers'' |date=2003 |accessdate=February 11, 2009 }}</ref> ...Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World]'', [[YouTube]]. Retrieved on February 11, 2009.</ref>
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  • ...percent), bring this figure up to 51 percent; while the three after that, 511 Davida (1.2 percent), 704 Interamnia (1.0 percent), and 3 Juno (0.9 percent ...ury, Baron [[Franz Xaver von Zach]] organized a group of 24 astronomers to search the sky for the "missing planet" predicted at about 2.8 [[Astronomical unit
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  • #The Hellenistic poets [[Apollonius of Rhodes]], [[Callimachus]], [[Pseudo-Eratosthenes]] and [[Parthenius] ... humanity.<ref name="Dowden11">K. Dowden, ''The Uses of Greek Mythology'', 11.</ref> While self-contradictions in the stories make an absolute timeline i
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  • *''Don Gregorio'' [rev of L'ajo nell'imbarazzo] (11.6.1826 Teatro Nuovo, Naples) *''[[Gabriella di Vergy]]'' (1826; 29.11.1869 Teatro San Carlo, Naples) (Gabriella)
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  • ...g a [[polytheism|polytheistic]] pantheon such as [[Zeus]], [[Poseidon]], [[Apollo]], [[Hermes]], [[Ares]], and so on. Historians believe that [[Alexander the ... in the temple of Apollo, and that her child was therefore called a son of Apollo, an Olympian deity (a "deus"), not a "divus," the word in the title given t
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  • |birth_date = {{birth date|1934|11|9|mf=y}} |death_date = {{Death date and age|1996|12|20|1934|11|09}}
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  • ... Testament'', chap. 14. [http://religion-online.org/showchapter.asp?title=1116&C=1234 (Online Version)] Retrieved May 31, 2008.</ref> In addition, specif ...Donald Guthrie, ''Introduction to the New Testament'', 4th ed. (Leicester: Apollos, 1990), 831; on a reason for the use of Jude, see E. H. Plumptre, The Gene
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  • ...rvedby=Christians<br />Many non-Christians<ref>[http://www.gallup.com/poll/113566/us-christmas-not-just-christians.aspx In the U.S., Christmas Not Just f ... was morning – the first day."<ref>[http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Genesis+1&version=TNIV Genesis 1 New International Version (NIV)]. Retrieve
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  • [[Image:Apollo 15 descends to splashdown.jpg|thumb|right|250px|The [[Apollo 15]] capsule landed safely despite failure of one of the parachutes.]] ...earchmode=none Parachute.] ''Online Etymology Dictionary''. Retrieved July 11, 2008.</ref>
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  • ... that John had been brought up from his infancy in this manner, as Matthew 11:18 describes. ...ered in disappointment, "Blessed is he who takes no offense at me." (Matt. 11:6) The Baptist movement remained a separate sect, continuing on after John'
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  • ...rict watch on all vessels, permitting none to sail without being carefully searched. Since Minos controlled the land and sea routes, Daedalus set to work to ...in the care of King [[Cocalus]], where he built a temple to [[Apollo (god)|Apollo]], and hung up his wings, an offering to the god. In an alternative version
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