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(from the article `alchemy`) Zosimos credits these innovations mainly to Maria (sometimes called `the Jewess`), who invented the apparatus, and to Agathodaimon, probably a ...
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(from the article `Love`s Labour`s Lost`) ...(Biron), Longaville, and Dumaine (Dumain)—debate their intellectual intentions. Their plans are thrown into disarray, however, when the Princess ...
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(from the article `Malczewski, Antoni`) In 1825 he published a long poem, Maria (Marya: A Tale of the Ukraine), which constitutes his only contribution to Polish poetry but occupies a ... ...early Romanticism formed the so-called Polish Ukrainian school, of which Antoni Malczewski was an outstanding member on the basis of a single ... ...
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(from the article `Nicholas I`) Nicholas was the son of Grand Duke Paul and Grand Duchess Maria. Some three and a half months after his birth, following the death of Catherine II ...
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Maria

[n] - valuable timber tree of Panama
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Maria

Calophyllum longifolium noun valuable timber tree of Panama
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[1959 song] `Maria`, sometimes known as `How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?` is a show tune from the 1959 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, The Sound of Music. This song is sung by the nuns at Nonnberg Abbey, who are exasperated with Maria for being too frivolous and frolicsome for the decorous and austere life at the Abbey. This song ga...
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[brigantine] Maria was a sailing ship wrecked in July 1840 near Kingston SE, South Australia. All 25 survivors of the wreck were massacred by Aborigines on the Coorong. ==History== Maria, a 136-ton brigantine, left Port Adelaide on 20 June 1840 for Hobart Town, Van Diemens Land with 25 persons on board, including the captain and his wife. T...
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[gens] The gens Maria was a plebeian family at Rome. Its most celebrated member was Gaius Marius, one of the greatest generals of antiquity, and seven times consul. ==Origin of the gens== The nomen Marius appears to be derived from the Oscan praenomen Marius, in which case the family is probably of Sabine or Sabellic origin. ==Praenomina us...
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[given name] Maria is a female (but occasionally male) given name in many diverse cultures, including African, Arab, Armenian, Catalan, Croatian, English, Finnish, German, Greek, Hispanic American and Spanish, Italian, Maltese, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Romanian, Pakistani, Afghan, Serbian, Swedish, Indonesian, among others. I...
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[goose] Maria is a male Toulouse Goose (Anser anser), formerly living in Echo Park, Los Angeles who became the subject of news reports in 2011 after forming an unusual association with a local resident, named Dominic Ehrler. Maria, named by locals and assumed to be female, was familiar to users of the park for several years as a goose which...
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[Masha] Maria (Masha) Alexandrovna Kolenkina, Russian socialist revolutionary from a merchant family in Temzhuk, a small town on the Sea of Azov. While studying to midwife in Kiev in the early 1870s she became part of the populist movement in Russia. She was one of those populists that went `to the people` in 1874 to propagandize and later ...
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[reachability analyzer] Maria: The Modular Reachability Analyzer is a reachability analyzer for concurrent systems that uses Algebraic System Nets (a high-level variant of Petri nets) as its modelling formalism. ...
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[rebel leader] Maria (died 9 November 1716, Curaçao), was a Dutch slave, leader of a slave rebellion on Curaçao on the Dutch West Indies in 1716. Maria was a cook at the plantation St. Maria, owned by the Dutch West India Company, where she prepared the newly captured Africans to be sold into slavery. On 15 November 1716, the slaves of th...
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Maria

[solitaire] Sourcery cover, from http://www.lspace.org/ ...
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[Twelfth Night] Maria is a fictional character in the play Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare. She is a servant in Olivia`s household. ==Connections with other characters== ==Quotes== ==Performers== ==Sources== ...
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[West Side Story] Maria is the leading female character in the film and theatrical version of West Side Story, the award winning adaptation of William Shakespeare`s romantic tragedy Romeo and Juliet. == Character summary == Maria is in her late teens when she arrives in America. Her older brother Bernardo is the leader of the Puerto Rican g...
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Maria

[wife of Boleslaw IV the Curly] ...
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Maria

A fictional wind popularized in "Paint Your Wagon" (Lerner and Lowe, 1951) and by the Kingston Trio (1959), whose name may have originated with the 1941 book "Storm" by George R. Stewart. (Jan Null, Golden Gate Weather Services)
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acronym: Methods for Assessing the Radiological Impact of Accidents (CEC)
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Maria

Dark areas on the Moon, actually lava plains, once believed to be seas.
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Large dark regions on the surface of the Moon, once thought to be seas, now known to be lava-flooded basins. The term 'mare soil' refers to the sediment on the surface of the lunar maria; it consists of fragments of basalt rocks, broken mineral grains, and glass produced by impact.
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Maria is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Maria is a lady attending on the Princess of France in Love's Labour's Lost.
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Maria is a Latin name for girls. The meaning is `star of the sea, beauty` The name Maria is most commonly given to Norwegian girls. Maria is at number 15 in the top 50 of Norwegian girls (average of 10 years data) If it's too long you might use: Ria What do they use in other countries? Marley (English) Mady Malon Marlee (English ) Maeron Mare (Dutc...
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