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  • 1bode — [[t]bo͟ʊd[/t]] bodes, boding, boded VERB If something bodes ill, it makes you think that something bad will happen in the future. If something bodes well, it makes you think that something good will happen. [FORMAL] [V adv for n] She says the way …

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  • 2Christmas and holiday season — Christmas season redirects here. For other uses, see Christmas season (disambiguation). Christmas and holiday season Christmas tree in Japan Also called Christmas season …

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  • 3Calendar of 2001 — ▪ 2002 January America has never been united by blood or birth or soil. We are bound by ideals that move us beyond our backgrounds, lift us above our interests and teach us what it means to be citizens. Every child must be taught these principles …

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  • 4Oneida language — Oneida Onʌyotaʔa:ka Spoken in Canada, United States Region Six Nations Reserve, Ontario and central New York and around Green Bay, Wisconsin …

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  • 5The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader — This article is about the film. For the novel, see The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader Theatrical poster Di …

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  • 6The Fame — On American pressings of the album, Lady Gaga is written in red text …

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  • 7bode — bode1 /bohd/, v., boded, boding. v.t. 1. to be an omen of; portend: The news bodes evil days for him. 2. Archaic. to announce beforehand; predict. v.i. 3. to portend: The news bodes well for him. [bef. 1000; ME boden, OE bodian to announce,… …

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  • 8bode — I [[t]boʊd[/t]] v. bod•ed, bod•ing 1) to be an omen of; portend: news that bodes evil[/ex] 2) archaic to foretell; predict 3) to portend: The promotion bodes well for his future[/ex] • Etymology: bef. 1000; ME; OE bodian, der. of boda messenger… …

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  • 9Riesling — Rossling redirects here. For the Swiss wine grape also known as Rossling, see Räuschling. Johannisberger redirects here. For another wine grape that is also known as Johannisberger, see Silvaner. Riesling Grape (Vitis) …

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  • 10Dwain Chambers — Personal information Nationality English Born 5 April 1978 (1978 04 05) (age 33) Lo …

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  • 11Memristor — Type Passive Working principle Memristance Invented Leon Chua (1971) First production HP Labs (2008) Electronic symbol …

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  • 12Characters of Glee — Contents 1 Casting 2 Main characters 2.1 Artie Abrams 2.2 …

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  • 13King, Stephen — (1947– )    Author of the novel THE SHINING (1977), on which STANLEY KUBRICK based his 1980 film, Stephen King is one of the most popular contemporary American novelists working in any genre. King’s trademark is his ability to create believable,… …

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  • 14Winter Olympic Games — For the most recent Winter Games, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, see 2010 Winter Olympics. Winter Olympics redirects here. For the Goodies episode, see Winter Olympics (The Goodies). Winter Olympic Games …

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  • 15Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country — Theatrical release poster by John Alvin Directed by Nicholas Meyer …

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  • 18Snooker — infobox sport imagesize = 300px caption = Snooker player playing a shot with a Cuegloss|Rest|rest union = World Snooker Association first = 19th century category = Cue sport ball = snooker balls olympic = NoSnooker is a cue sport that is played… …

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  • 19Justin Timberlake — Timberlake at the Shrek the Third London premiere in June 2007 …

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  • 20Emancipation of the Jews in England — Freedom for Catholics bodes well for JewsWhen in 1829 the Roman Catholics of England were freed from all their civil disabilities, the hopes of the Jews rose high; and the first step toward a similar alleviation in their case was taken in 1830… …

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