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  • We have scaled the heights of Mount Everest, dominated the Southeast Asian games, we have won international beauty titles, and of course punched our way
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  • horse-races from Thurii. When we had possessed ourselves of Achaia and Asia, games were exhibited with greater elaboration, and yet no one at Rome of good
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  • U.S.A., 1993 Proclamation 6556 − Loyalty Day, 1993 Proclamation 6557 − Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, 1993 Proclamation 6558 − National Walking
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  • to Pompey than Caesar; nor was he at all charmed by the splendour of the games given at the opening of Pompey's new theatre. The only extant speech is
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  • banking games GV1312-1469 Board games. Move games Including chess, go, checkers, etc. GV1469.15-1469.62 Computer games. Video games. Fantasy games
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  •  (1879)  The History of Games By Edward Burnett Tylor 618962Popular Science Monthly Volume 15 June 1879 — The History of Games By Edward Burnett Tylor1879
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  •   PAGE Babcock (W. H.) American Song-Games and Wonder-Tales 134 Black (W. G.) Folk-Tales of North Friesland 335 Bowditch (C. P.) Negro Songs from Barbados
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  • certain wealthy citizens who were annually elected to preside over the games and religious festivals of the several cities to which they belonged. Some
    761 bytes (304 words) - 16:39, 14 February 2013
  • East Asian foreign policy of the Barack Obama administration (+11,306 bytes): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/East_Asian
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  • reason surmise that she will organize games--guessing games--in which she will ask me to name a river in Asia beginning with a Z; on my failure to do
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  • Chiefs of Asia : "Asiarchs," the title given to certain wealthy persons annually appointed to preside over the religious festivals and games in the various
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  • board with twelve points on each side. But this is only one of a family of games, whose general definition is that they consist in moving pieces on a diagram
    971 bytes (31 words) - 21:45, 24 August 2015
  • empire, and more especially in Asia Minor. The games lasted for several days, the first being devoted to music. To the games at Delphi came musicians from
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  • Grote Pythian Games at Delphi 184017The Great Events by Famous Historians, Vol. 1 — Pythian Games at DelphiGeorge Grote PYTHIAN GAMES AT DELPHI B
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  • Athias, Joseph, Jewish rabbi and printer. Athletæ, competitors in ancient games. Athletic Sports, contemporary. Athlone, town, Ireland. Athor, Egyptian
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  • originally on the 4th of April, and was followed on the 5th by the Megalesia, games instituted in her honour on the introduction of the cult. Under the Empire
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  • in the sloth of populous cities, as well as the nomadic children of the Asian steppes, have all acquired a notoriety at least equal to that of the Greeks
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  • Pallantium, an Arcadian town, by running against him with his chariot in the games which are called Azani. From /Etolus, therefore, the son of En- dymion,
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  • works on the subject. The origin of the games as given by them is this. Timæus tells us that immigrants from Asia, under the leadership of Tyrrhenus, who
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  • and Pollux; Festivals and Games 57393The Age of Fable: — XX. Theseus and Daedalus; Castor and Pollux; Festivals and GamesThomas Bulfinch THESEUS;
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