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  • 1 phillippine — Philopena Phil o*pe na, n. [Probably a corruption fr. G. vielliebchen, LG. vielliebken, or D. veelliebken, a philopena, literally, much loved; but influenced by Gr. ? a friend, and L. poena penalty, from an idea that the gift was a penalty of… …

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  • 2 Charles S. Lobingier — Charles Sumner Lobingier was a United States jurist who served as a judge of the Philippine Court of First Instance from 1904 to 1914 and as Judge of the United States Court for China in Shanghai from 1914 to 1924. He was also the author of a… …

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  • 3 fillipeen — Philopena Phil o*pe na, n. [Probably a corruption fr. G. vielliebchen, LG. vielliebken, or D. veelliebken, a philopena, literally, much loved; but influenced by Gr. ? a friend, and L. poena penalty, from an idea that the gift was a penalty of… …

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  • 4 Moro — Mo ro (m[=o] r[ o]), prop. n.; pl. {Moros} (m[=o] r[ o]s). [Sp., moor. See {moor}, n. and {Moros}.] 1. (Ethnol.) A member of any of the {Moros}, a group one of various tribes of the southern Phillippine Islands, mostly Malays adhering to… …

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  • 5 Moros — Moro Mo ro (m[=o] r[ o]), prop. n.; pl. {Moros} (m[=o] r[ o]s). [Sp., moor. See {moor}, n. and {Moros}.] 1. (Ethnol.) A member of any of the {Moros}, a group one of various tribes of the southern Phillippine Islands, mostly Malays adhering to… …

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  • 6 Philopena — Phil o*pe na, n. [Probably a corruption fr. G. vielliebchen, LG. vielliebken, or D. veelliebken, a philopena, literally, much loved; but influenced by Gr. ? a friend, and L. poena penalty, from an idea that the gift was a penalty of friendship or …

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  • 7 bolo — noun (plural bolos) Etymology: Phillippine Spanish Date: circa 1900 a long heavy single edged knife of Philippine origin used to cut vegetation and as a weapon …

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  • 8 carabao — noun (plural bao or baos) Etymology: Phillippine Spanish, from Visayan of Samar and Leyte karabáw Date: 1900 water buffalo …

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  • 9 Margaret II, Countess of Hainault — Margaret II Countess of Hainaut and Holland Tenure 1345–1356 Queen consort of Germany Te …

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  • 10 Miss Nepal — Formation 1994 Type Beauty Pageant Headquarters Kathmandu Location …

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  • 11 AP — may refer to:In companies and organizations: * Associated Press, an American news agency * A P, Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company * The IATA code for Air One * Allied Press, a major New Zealand newspaper company * Polish Aero Club ( Aeroklub …

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  • 12 Lansium domesticum — Lanzones in the Philippines …

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  • 13 Mandy Moore (album) — Mandy Moore Studio album by Mandy Moore Released June 19, 2001 …

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  • 14 Johann Christoph Gustav von Struve — was born September 26, 1763 in Regensburg, in the Kingdom of Bavaria during the Holy Roman Empire of German States to notable diplomat and father, Anton Sebastian von Struve, the Russian Imperial Privy Councillor and then serving President of the …

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  • 15 Waller's march across Samar — Waller s March across the island of Samar was an attempt made in 1901 by U.S. Marine forces to traverse the Phillippine island from Lanang to Basey, a distance of some 35 miles, purportedly for the purpose of finding a suitable telegraph cable… …

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  • 16 Köpf-Haus — Das Köpfhaus (auch Köpf’sches Palais) ist ein Gebäude in der Innenstadt von Augsburg. Es befindet sich in der Phillippine Welser Straße 28 und besteht im Kern aus verschiedenen Häusern, die im Laufe der Jahrhunderte zu einem Bauwerk vereinigt… …

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  • 17 Keith Whinnom — (17 de agosto de 1927 6 de marzo de 1986), medievalista e hispanista inglés. Biografía Profesor de la Universidad de Exeter conocido por sus trabajos sobre el novelista del siglo xv Diego de San Pedro, el profesor Whinnom fue también un filólogo… …

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  • 18 The Society of the Sacred Heart of Jesus —     The Society of the Sacred Heart of Jesus     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Society of the Sacred Heart of Jesus     An institution of religious women, taking perpetual vows and devoted to the work of education, founded 21 November, 1800, by… …

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  • 19 Johann Heinrich Schramm — (* 20. März 1676 in Girkhausen (Bad Berleburg); † 20. Januar 1753 in Herborn) war ein deutscher reformierter Theologe. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben 2 Wirken 3 Familie …

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  • 20 Список национальных птиц — Список национальных птиц, большинство из которых являются официальными, но имеются и неофициальные. Национальные птицы Государство Название птицы Научное название Изображение Примечание Австрия Деревенская ласточка Hirundo rustica …

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