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  • 161 Battle of Ohaeawai — The Battle of Ohaeawai was fought between British forces and local Māori during July 1845 at Ohaeawai in the North Island of New Zealand. The battle was notable in that superior British forces were beaten by outnumbered Māori.The battle happened… …

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  • 162 St. Nazaire Raid — Infobox Military Conflict conflict= St. Nazaire Raid Operation Chariot partof= World War II caption= HMS Campbeltown in 1936 when she was USS Buchanan date= 28 March 1942 place= Saint Nazaire, France result= All British objectives were completed …

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  • 163 Anacoluthon — An anacoluthon is a rhetorical device that can be loosely defined as a change of syntax within a sentence. More specifically, anacoluthons (or anacolutha ) are created when a sentence abruptly changes from one structure to another. Grammatically …

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  • 164 East Cape War — Infobox Military Conflict partof=New Zealand land wars date=1800 s place=New Zealand result=European Victory combatant1=UK European Settlers Maori combatant2=MaoriThe East Cape War, sometimes also called the East Coast War , refers to a series of …

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  • 165 Te Kooti's War — Infobox Military Conflict partof=New Zealand land wars date=1800 s place=New Zealand result=European Victory combatant1=UK European Settlers Maori combatant2=Maori from July 1868 until mid 1872. It was the longest and in some ways the ugliest and …

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  • 166 Paul Scarron — (c. July, 1610 October 6, 1660), French poet, dramatist, novelist and first husband of Madame de Maintenon, was baptized on July 4 1610.His father, of the same name, was a member of the parlement of Paris. Paul the younger became an abbé when he… …

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  • 167 Soraya Esfandiary — Bakhtiary ( fa. ثریا اسفندیاری, UniPers: Sorayâ Asfandiyâri ) (b. June 22 1932 – d. October 26 2001) was the second wife and Queen Consort of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the last Shah of Iran.Though her husband s title, Shahanshah (King of Kings), is… …

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  • 168 Fawn M. Brodie — Fawn McKay Brodie (September 15, 1915 – January 10, 1981) was a biographer and professor of history at UCLA, best known for Thomas Jefferson: An Intimate History , a work of psychobiography, and No Man Knows My History , the first prominent non… …

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  • 169 George Villiers, 4th Earl of Clarendon — George William Frederick Villiers, 4th Earl of Clarendon (January 12, 1800 June 27, 1870), was an English diplomat and statesman.LineageBorn in London on January 12, 1800, George Villiers was the eldest son of the Hon. George Villiers (1759 1827) …

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  • 170 Stafford Northcote, 1st Earl of Iddesleigh — Stafford Henry Northcote, 1st Earl of Iddesleigh GCB PC (27 October 1818 ndash; 12 January 1887), British statesman, was born in London on 27 October 1818. His ancestors had long been settled in Devon, tracing their descent from Galfridas de… …

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  • 171 Stonington, Connecticut — Infobox Settlement name = Stonington, Connecticut established title = Named established date = 1666 subdivision type2 = subdivision name2 = government type = Selectman town meeting settlement type = Town imagesize = image caption = mapsize = map… …

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  • 172 Whydah Gally — The Whydah Gally (variously written as Whidah or Whidaw [cite book |last=Strong|first=Ezra|title=The Lives and Bloody Exploits of the Most Noted Pirates, Their Trials and Executions, Including Correct Accounts of the Late Piracies, Committed in… …

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  • 173 Battle of Methven — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Battle of Methven partof=the First War of Scottish Independence caption= date=19 June 1306 place=Methven, west of Perth result=English victory combatant1= combatant2= commander1=Robert I of Scotland… …

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  • 174 William Rosecrans — Infobox Military Person name=William S. Rosecrans born= birth date|1819|9|6 died= death date and age|1898|3|11|1819|9|6 placeofbirth=Delaware County, Ohio placeofdeath=Redondo Beach, California placeofburial= Arlington National Cemetery… …

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  • 175 Lloyd Tilghman — Infobox Military Person name= Lloyd Tilghman lived= January 26, 1816 ndash; May 16, 1863 caption= nickname= placeofbirth= Claiborne, Maryland placeofdeath= Hinds County, Mississippi allegiance= United States of America, Confederate States of… …

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  • 176 John Campbell, 1st Baron Campbell — John Campbell, 1st Baron Campbell, PC (17 September 1779 ndash; 24 June 1861) was a British Liberal politician, lawyer, and man of letters.Legal career and ParliamentThe second son of the Rev. George Campbell, D.D., he was born at Cupar, Fife,… …

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  • 177 The Mill on the Floss —   First edition title page …

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  • 178 Abdul Rahman ibn Faisal — *Muhammad *Abd al Aziz *Sa d (1) *Saud *Abdallah *Musa id *Faysal *Abd al Muhsin *Fahd *Ahmad *Sa d (2) *sixteen daughtersAbd al Rahman ibn Faisal (1850 1928) ( ar. عبد الرحمن بن فيصل) was the youngest son of Faisal ibn Turki and father of King… …

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  • 179 1st Infantry Division (United Kingdom) — Infobox Military Unit unit name= 1st Infantry Division caption= dates= 1809 1978 country=United Kingdom allegiance= branch=British Army type=Infantry role= size= command structure= garrison= current commander= ceremonial chief= colonel of the… …

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  • 180 List of Royal Air Force aircraft squadrons — This is a list of Royal Air Force aircraft squadrons. It includes Royal Flying Corps (RFC) and Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS) squadrons incorporated into the Royal Air Force (RAF) when it was formed in April 1918, during the First World War. The… …

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