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  • 142 Gandhism — (or Gandhianism) is a collection of inspirations, principles, beliefs and philosophy of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (known as Mahatma Gandhi), who was a major political and spiritual leader of India and the Indian Independence Movement.It is a… …

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  • 143 PLANS — People for Legal and Non Sectarian Schools (PLANS) is an organization based in California in the United States which campaigns against the public funding of Waldorf methods charter schools alleging they violate the United States Constitution s… …

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  • 144 Crusades — This article is about the 11th, 12th and 13th century religious military campaigns. For other uses, see Crusade (disambiguation) and Crusader (disambiguation). The …

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  • 145 World Chess Championship 2006 — The World Chess Championship 2006 was a chess match between Classical World Chess Champion Vladimir Kramnik, and FIDE World Chess Champion Veselin Topalov. The match, which was won by Kramnik, determined, for the first time in 13 years, the… …

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  • 146 United Kingdom company law — Beside the River Thames, the City of London is a global financial centre. Within the Square Mile, the London Stock Exchange lies at the heart of the United Kingdom s corporations. United Kingdom company law is the body of rules that concern… …

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  • 147 Indonesia — /in deuh nee zheuh, sheuh, zee euh, doh /, n. 1. See East Indies (def. 1). 2. Republic of. Formerly, Netherlands East Indies, Dutch East Indies. a republic in the Malay Archipelago consisting of 13,677 islands, including Sumatra, Java, Sulawesi,… …

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  • 148 Malaysia — /meuh lay zheuh, sheuh/, n. 1. a constitutional monarchy in SE Asia: a federation, comprising the former British territories of Malaya, Sabah, and Sarawak: member of the Commonwealth of Nations. 20,376,235; 126,310 sq. mi. (327,143 sq. km). Cap …

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  • 149 RUSSIA — RUSSIA, former empire in Eastern Europe; from 1918 the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (R.S.F.S.R.), from 1923 the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.); from 1990 the Russian Federation. Until 1772 ORIGINS The penetration… …

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  • 150 History of Ecuador — This is the history of Ecuador. See also the history of South America and the history of present day nations and states.Pre Columbian EcuadorEcuador offers little archeological evidence of its pre Hispanic civilizations. Nonetheless, its most… …

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  • 151 Castle — This article is about medieval fortifications. For other uses, see Castle (disambiguation). For a list of all castles, see List of castles. For similar but unrelated structures in Japan, see Japanese castle …

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  • 152 Motion Picture Association of America film rating system — R rated redirects here. For the R rating in other countries, see Motion picture rating system. PG 13 redirects here. For the wrestling team, see PG 13 (professional wrestling). The Motion Picture Association of America s film rating system is… …

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  • 153 Bicycle frame — Steel frame of 2000 LeMond Zurich road racing bicycle mounted in a work stand …

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  • 154 Shoot 'em up — For the film genre, see Western (genre). For the 2007 action film, see Shoot Em Up …

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  • 155 Digital video recorder — Foxtel iQ, a combined digital video recorder and satellite receiver. V+, a combined digital vid …

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  • 156 Baseball rules — The rules of baseball differ slightly from league to league, but in general share the same basic gameplay. Contents 1 Codes 2 Differences and evolution 3 Gameplay 3.1 General structure …

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  • 157 Criticism of Wal-Mart — Wal Mart has been subject to criticism by various groups and individuals. Labor unions, community groups, grassroots organizations, religious organizations, and environmental groups protest against Wal Mart, the company s policies and business… …

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  • 158 Network neutrality — This article is about the general principle of network neutrality. For its specific application to Canada, see Network neutrality in Canada. For its application to the U.S., see Network neutrality in the United States. Network Neutrality Related… …

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  • 159 Roper v. Simmons — SCOTUSCase Litigants=Roper v. Simmons ArgueDate=October 13 ArgueYear=2004 DecideDate=March 1 DecideYear=2005 FullName=Donald P. Roper, Superintendent, Potosi Correctional Center, Petitioner v. Christopher Simmons USVol=543 USPage=551 Docket=03… …

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  • 160 List of fictional elements, materials, isotopes and atomic particles — This list contains chemical elements, materials, isotopes or (sub)atomic particle that exist primarily in works of fiction (usually fantasy or science fiction). No actual periodic elements end in ite , though many minerals have names with this… …

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