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  1. Ian Gibson (comics) - Wikipedia

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    Ian Gibson (born 1946) is a British comic book artist, best known for his 1980s black-and-white work for 2000 AD, especially as the main artist on Robo-Hunter and The Ballad of Halo Jones, as well as his long run on Judge Dredd

    • 20 February 1946 (age 74)
    • British
  2. Dan Abnett bibliography - Wikipedia

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    Dan Abnett has been writing comics and novels since the mid-1980s.. In comics he has worked on the biggest UK titles at 2000 AD and for Marvel UK, before for the largest American comic book published like Marvel Comics and DC Comics.

    • 1991–present
    • 1988–present
    • 1997–present
    • 1999–present
  3. The Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World - Wikipedia

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    The Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World: from Marathon to Waterloo is a book written by Sir Edward Shepherd Creasy and published in 1851. This book tells the story of the fifteen military engagements, which, according to the author, had a significant impact on world history.

    • United Kingdom And India
    • History
  4. History of education in Korea - Wikipedia

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    The history of education in Korea can be traced back to the Three Kingdoms of Korea, or even back to the prehistoric period. Both private schools and public schools were prominent. Public education was established as early as the 372 AD.

  5. Tajwid - Wikipedia

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    Abu Bakr Ibn Mujāhid (859 - 936 CE) wrote a book called Kitab al-Sab’ fil-qirā’āt "The Seven of the Recitations." He is the first to limit the number of recitations to the seven known. Imam Al-Shatibi (1320 - 1388 CE) wrote a poem outlining the two most famous ways passed down from each of seven strong imams, known as ash-Shatibiyyah.

  6. List of philosophers (D–H) - Wikipedia

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    Epictetus (AD 55–c. 135) Epicurus (341 BC–270 BC) Desiderius Erasmus (1466–1536) Johannes Scotus Eriugena (c. 800–c. 880) Rudolf Christoph Eucken (1846–1926) Eudoxus of Cnidus (410 or 408 BC – 355 or 347 BC) Eusebius of Caesarea (264–339) Gareth Evans (1946–1980)

  7. Zij - Wikipedia

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    The last known zij treatise was the Zij-i Bahadurkhani, written in 1838 by the Indian astronomer Ghulam Hussain Jaunpuri (1760–1862) and printed in 1855, dedicated to Bahadur Khan. The treatise incorporated the heliocentric system into the zīj tradition.

  8. Øresund - Wikipedia

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    The name is first attested on a runestone dated to ca. AD 1000, where it is written as ura suti, read as Old East Norse /øːrasundi/ (the dative case). The Old West Norse (and modern Icelandic) form of the name is Eyrarsund. Ör is the modern form of the old Norse word (aur) meaning a gravel beach or shoal (see also ayre), often forming a spit.

  9. AD 39 XXXIX: Korean calendar: 2372: Minguo calendar: 1873 before ROC 民前1873年: Nanakshahi calendar −1429: Seleucid era: 350/351 AG: Thai solar calendar: 581–582: Tibetan calendar: 阳土狗年 (male Earth-Dog) 165 or −216 or −988 — to — 阴土猪年 (female Earth-Pig) 166 or −215 or −987

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