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  • 71The Adventure of the Dying Detective — by Arthur Conan Doyle Released 1913 Series His Last Bow Client(s) None Set in 1890 Villain(s) Culverton Smith The Adventure of the Dying Detective , in some editions simply titled The Dying Detective …

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  • 72The Natural Step — is a non profit organization founded in Sweden in 1989 by scientist Karl Henrik Robèrt. Following publication of the Brundtland Report in 1987, Robèrt developed The Natural Step framework, setting out the system conditions for the sustainability… …

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  • 73The Communist Party and African-Americans — The Communist Party USA played a significant role in defending the rights of African Americans during its heyday in the 1930s and 1940s. Even in its years of greatest influence, however, the party s relations with the black community, black… …

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  • 74The Coquette —   …

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  • 75The Law of Ueki — The DVD cover of Volume 1: The Battle Commencement うえきの法則 (Ueki no Hōsoku) …

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  • 76The Manila Times — front page on August 27, 2007 Type Daily newspaper …

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  • 77The All — (also called The One, The Absolute, The Great One, The Creator, The Supreme Mind, The Supreme Good, The Father, and The Universal Mother) is the Hermetic or panentheistic view of God, which is that everything that is, or at least that can be… …

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  • 78The Murder of Roger Ackroyd —   …

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  • 79The Magicians of Xanth — are mostly humans with the most powerful magical talents. With such powerful talents, they are the only people who qualify to be the King of Human Xanth. Female Magicians are also called Sorceresses.Aeolus The eighteenth king of Xanth The… …

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  • 80The Fabric of Reality — is a 1997 book by physicist David Deutsch, which expands upon his views of quantum mechanics and its meanings for understanding reality.This interpretation, or what he calls the multiverse hypothesis, is one strand of a four strand theory of… …

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