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  • | Name = Wisconsin | Fullname = State of Wisconsin
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  • {{Books of the Old Testament}} ... ''Shir ha-Shirim''), also known as the '''''Song of Songs,''''' is a book of
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  • ...re is a design, purpose, directive principle, or finality in the processes of human history. ...ermine the course of history, and the goal, destination, and driving force of history.
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  • {{infobox University-Jen |name = New York University
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  • |name=Saint John of the Cross |titles=Confessor and Doctor of the Church
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  • ...in]] ''universitas magistrorum et scholarium'', roughly meaning "community of [[teacher]]s and [[scholar]]s." ...udents. This aspect of education is built on, and requires, the foundation of earlier education, which includes not only academic knowledge but the emoti
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  • [[Image:Freiheitsstatue_NYC_full.jpg|250px|thumb|right|Statue of Liberty and Liberty Island]] ...ble for the choice of [[copper]] in the statue's construction and adoption of the Repoussé technique.
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  • [[image:AleksandarI-Karadjordjevic.jpg|thumb|Aleksandar I of Yugoslavia.]] ...t ally, when dissidents assassinated him. Caught on camera, the footage is of considerable [[history|historical]] interest.
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  • ...ersion of the ''Book of Mormon'' published by The [[Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]].]] ...ng to the text, compiled most of the book. It was published by the founder of the LDS movement, [[Joseph Smith|Joseph Smith, Jr.]], in March 1830 in Palm
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  • [[Image:GulfofMexico3D.png|thumb|right|350px|Gulf of Mexico in 3D perspective.]] ...in, it is bounded on the northeast, north, and northwest by the Gulf Coast of the [[United States]], on the southwest and south by [[Mexico]], and on the
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  • |conflict=Battles of Lexington and Concord |partof=the [[American Revolutionary War]]
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  • ...e term raccoon also is used sometimes as a collective term for all members of the family Procyonidae (the "raccoon family"), which includes the [[coati]] ...," ''P. pygmaeus'', is native to [[Cozumel Island]] off the Atlantic coast of [[Yucatan]].
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  • | order=26th [[President of the United States]] | date of birth=October 27, 1858
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  • ... sex. He developed a theory of a hierarchy of [[Human_being|human]] needs, of which the highest were the need for "self-actualization" through creative a ...hologists and students of psychology to appreciate the spiritual dimension of human nature.
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  • ...trated the importance of care-giving and companionship in the early stages of [[primate]] development, and by extension for human beings. ..., Harlow's research soon entered areas that were questionable at best, and often [[ethics|unethical]]. In his attempts to understand mothering, Harlow ra
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  • ... [[coaxial]] with the [[Earth]]. All objects in the [[sky]] can be thought of as lying upon the sphere. Projected from their corresponding [[geographic]] ...e|Aristotelic]] and [[Ptolemaic]] models, the celestial sphere was thought of as a physical reality rather than a geometrical projection.
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  • ...m (tenancy at will); in others, he signs a [[contract]] for a fixed number of years (tenancy for years or [[indentured servant|indenture]]). In [[Europe] ...ing#Métayage|Métayage]]. Tenant farming is distinct from the [[serfdom]] of [[Middle Ages|medieval]] Europe, where the land and the serfs were legally
    24 KB (3,782 words) - 21:28, 18 November 2015
  • ...r Religious Federation for World Peace. Smart held both titles at the time of his passing. ...t people’s deepest held and most cherished convictions about the meaning of life.
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  • ...16&nbsp;km²) <ref name=nyt>John W. Wright (ed.) and editors and reporters of ''The New York Times'' (2006). ''The New York Times Almanac'', (New York, N |cities = [[Milwaukee, Wisconsin|Milwaukee]]<br/>[[Chicago]]<br/>See article for others.
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  • ... 31.</ref><ref>Walter Laqueur. ''Fascism: Past, Present, Future.'' (Oxford University Press, 1997), 150</ref> ...icity|ethnic]], [[Culture|cultural]], [[nation]]al, [[Race (classification of human beings)|racial]], and/or [[religion|religious]] attributes. Various s
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