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  • 1 bay — I. a. Reddish brown. II. n. 1. Bight, inlet of the sea. 2. Recess (as in a room), opening. 3. Compartment. 4. Bay tree, laurel tree (Laurus nobilis), sweet laurel. 5. Baywood, Campeachy mahogany …

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  • 2 bay — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French bai, from Latin badius; akin to Old Irish buide yellow Date: 14th century reddish brown < a bay mare > II. noun Date: 1535 1. a bay colored animal; specifically a …

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  • 3 Romania, Socialist Republic Of —    In accordance with the regional pattern, following the close of World War II Romania found itself embracing Marxism–Leninism as espoused by the Soviet Union. At the behest of Moscow, a communist government was installed in Budapest in March of …

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  • 4 List of The Sopranos characters — The following is a listing of fictional characters from the HBO series The Sopranos. To view characters organized by their associations, see the subpages section. Contents 1 Main characters 2 Supporting characters 3 Recurring guest stars …

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  • 5 Tom Driberg — Thomas Edward Neil Driberg, Baron Bradwell Tom Driberg in the early 1930s Chairman of the Labour Party In office 1957–1958 Leader …

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  • 6 Mayerling Incident — This article is about the Mayerling incident. For other uses, see Mayerling (disambiguation). Photograph of Imperial hunting lodge at Mayerling, 1889 (The caption reads: Mayerling, the old hunting castle of Crown Prince Rudolph before 1889 ) The… …

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  • 7 Tonkin Affair — The Tonkin Affair (French: l affaire Tonkin ) of March 1885 was a major French political crisis that erupted in the closing weeks of the Sino French War. It effectively destroyed the political career of the French prime minister Jules Ferry, and… …

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  • 8 Clark Massacre — Location near the Raft River, Idaho Date August 30, 1851 Attack type Mass murder Death(s) 3 killed …

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  • 9 Boar hunting — is generally the practice of hunting wild boars, but can also extend to feral pigs and peccaries. A full sized boar is a large strong animal armed with sharp tusks which defends itself strongly. Boar hunting has often been a test of bravery.Wild… …

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  • 10 full — 1. adj., adv., n., & v. adj. 1 (often foll. by of) holding all its limits will allow (the bucket is full; full of water). 2 having eaten to one s limits or satisfaction. 3 abundant, copious, satisfying, sufficient (a full programme of events; led …

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