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  • 61 spousal — noun Etymology: Middle English spousaille, from Anglo French spousailles, espusailles espousal Date: 14th century nuptials usually used in plural …

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  • 62 wedding — noun Usage: often attributive Date: before 12th century 1. a marriage ceremony usually with its accompanying festivities ; nuptials 2. an act, process, or instance of joining in close association 3. a wedding anniversary or its celebration… …

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  • 63 hymeneal — I. adjective Etymology: Latin hymenaeus wedding song, wedding, from Greek hymenaios, from Hymēn Date: 1602 nuptial • hymeneally adverb II. noun Date: 1655 1. plural …

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  • 64 Abraham Lincoln — This article is about the American president. For other uses, see Abraham Lincoln (disambiguation). Abraham Lincoln …

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  • 65 Family name — Last name redirects here. For the song, see Last Name. Family name Frankenstein, an example of compound German family names which were typical for Jews (New Jewish Cemetery, Prague) A family name (in Western contexts often referred to as a last… …

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  • 66 Galla Placidia — Aelia Galla Placidia (392 – November 27, 450) was the Empress consort of Constantius III, Western Roman Emperor.FamilyPlacidia was the daughter of Roman Emperor Theodosius I and his second wife Galla. [… …

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  • 67 James Bond — Double Oh Seven redirects here. For other uses, see 007 (disambiguation). This article is about the spy series in general. For the character, see James Bond (character). For the film series, see James Bond in film. For the novels, see James Bond… …

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  • 68 Malta — This article is about the Mediterranean country. For other uses, see Malta (disambiguation). Republic of Malta Repubblika ta Malta …

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  • 69 Marilyn Monroe — Monroe in The …

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  • 70 Diana, Princess of Wales — Diana Spencer redirects here. For other persons of this name, see Diana Spencer (disambiguation). Diana Princess of Wales; Duchess of Rothesay (more) …

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  • 71 Rudy Giuliani — Giuliani in 2006 107th Mayor of New York City In office January 1, 1994 – December 31, 2001 Preceded by …

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  • 72 The Myth of Sisyphus — 1st English edition (publ. Hamish Hamilton) The Myth of Sisyphus is a philosophical essay by Albert Camus. It comprises about 120 pages and was published originally in 1942 in French as Le Mythe de Sisyphe; the English translation by Justin O… …

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  • 73 Katharine Hepburn — Studio publicity photo, circa 1940 Born Katharine Houghton Hepburn May 12, 1907(1907 05 12) …

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  • 74 Tang Dynasty — For the band, see Tang Dynasty (band). Tang 唐 ← …

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  • 75 The Stranger (novel) — The Stranger   1st US version …

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  • 76 Ruddigore — The first night was not altogether a success, as critics and the audience felt that Ruddygore (as it was originally spelled) did not measure up to its predecessor, The Mikado . After some changes, including respelling the title, it achieved a run …

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  • 77 Joan Baez — Infobox musical artist Name = Joan Baez Img capt = Joan Baez in Charlotte, North Carolina in 2003 Background = solo singer Birth name = Joan Chandos Baez Born = Birth date and age|1941|1|9|mf=y Died = Origin = Staten Island, New York Occupation …

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  • 78 Olivia Newton-John — Olivia Newton John, performing at the Sydney State Theatre in September of 2008 Background information Born 26 September 1948 ( …

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  • 79 Leopold I of Belgium — Infobox Belgian Royalty name =Leopold I title =King of the Belgians caption = reign =21 July, 1831 ndash; 10 December, 1865(age|1831|7|21|1865|12|10 years) caption =Leopold Saksen Koburg as a Russian general successor =Leopold II spouse =Princess …

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  • 80 English plural — English grammar series English grammar Contraction Disputes in English grammar English compound English honorifics English personal pronouns English plural English relative clauses English verbs English irregular verbs En …

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