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  • 101The Birth of Tragedy — Out of the Spirit of Music   …

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  • 102The Nation of Gods and Earths — The Nation of Gods and Earths, sometimes referred to as NGE or NOGE, the Five Percent Nation, or the Five Percenters is an American organization founded in 1964 in the Harlem section of the borough of Manhattan, New York City, by Clarence 13X, a… …

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  • 103The Dead Zone (TV series) — The Dead Zone Format Science fiction Thriller Suspense Drama Created by Stephen King Developed …

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  • 104The Dick Cavett Show — Dick Cavett in 2008 Format Talk show, Variety show Production Running tim …

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  • 105The Wardstone Chronicles — 200px The Spook s Apprentice The Spook s Curse The Spook s Secret The Spook s Battle The Spook s Mistake The Spook s Sacrifice The Spook s Nightmare The Spook s Destiny The Spook s Blood Author …

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  • 106The Legend of Rita — Directed by Volker Schlöndorff Produced by Arthur Hofer Emmo Lempert Friedrich Carl Wachs Written by Wolfgang Kohlhaase Volker Schlöndorff St …

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  • 107The Twins of Destiny — (known as Les Jumeaux du Bout du Monde in French) was a 1991 animated television series produced by French writer Jean Chalopin. It followed the (fictional) quest of two children, Jules and Julie, in their travels across Eurasia seeking to… …

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  • 108The Story of Saiunkoku — Cover of the first volume of The Story of Saiunkoku, released in Japan by Kadokawa Shoten on October 31, 2003 彩雲国物語 (Saiunkoku Monogatari) …

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  • 109Degree of saturation — may refer to: Degree of saturation (earth sciences), a ratio of liquid (such as water) in a porous material (such as soil) Degree of saturation (traffic), a measure used in traffic engineering This disambiguation page lists articles associated… …

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  • 110The Elevation —     The Elevation     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Elevation     What we now know as par excellence the Elevation of the Mass is a rite of comparatively recent introduction. The Oriental liturgies, and notably the Byzantine, have indeed a… …

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