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  • Matthew Green (1696–1737) was a British poet born of Nonconformist parents. Nor bigots who but one way see, Through blinkers of authority. Line 165
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  • Green Wing (2004 –) is a British television comedy broadcast on Channel 4. There have been two series: Green Wing (series 1), transmitted between 3 September
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  • article about: The Green Mile The Green Mile may refer to: The Green Mile (novel), a 1996 serial novel by Stephen King The Green Mile (film), a 1999
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  • Lucy Green is a musicologist. The emphasis of study upon a particular aspect of music is in itself ideological because it contains implications about
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  • Green Lantern is the title of many superhero characters appearing in comic books published by DC Comics. Alan Scott, created by writer Bill Finger and
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  • flowers, herbs, bushes, grasses, vines, ferns, mosses, and green algae. The group is also called green plants or Viridiplantae in Latin. They generally obtain
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  • The Green Mile (1999), written by Stephen King (novel) and Frank Darabont (screenplay), directed by Frank Darabont and starring Tom Hanks and Michael
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  • For series 1 quotes, see Green Wing (series 1). For series 2 quotes, see Green Wing (series 2). Green Wing (2004–2007) is a British television comedy broadcast
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  • Soylent Green is a 1973 science fiction film set in an overpopulated futuristic Earth, when a New York police detective finds himself marked for murder
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  • George Green (July 14, 1793 – May 31, 1841) was a British mathematician and physicist, who wrote An Essay on the Application of Mathematical Analysis
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  • For series 1 quotes, see Green Wing (series 1). For the Special quotes, see Green Wing Special. Green Wing (2004 – 2007) is a British television comedy
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  • Dennis "Denny" Green (born February 17, 1949) is a former American football head coach. During his professional career, Green coached the Arizona Cardinals
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  • Armstrong (born February 17, 1972) is the lead singer and guitarist of Green Day. A guy walks up to me and asks 'What's Punk?'. So I kick over a garbage
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  • Peter Morris Green (born 22 December 1924) is a British classical scholar noted for his works on the Greco-Persian Wars, Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic
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  • Green for Danger is a 1946 film about a murder at an English country hospital during the Blitz. When a local postman inexplicably dies while undergoing
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  • Mark J. Green (born 15 March 1945) is an American author, former public official and politician. From day one his standard operating procedure ... was
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  • For series 2 quotes, see Green Wing (series 2). For the Special quotes, see Green Wing Special. Green Wing (2004 – 2007) is a British television comedy
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  • Ralph Nader (born 27 February 1934) is an American lawyer and Green Party politician. This administration is not sympathetic to corporations
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  • Howard Green (August 6, 1900 – April 11, 2003) was a British-born American geophysicist, founder of Texas Instruments. With his wife Ida Green, he was
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  • Freedie Green (March 31, 1911 – March 1, 1987) was an American swing jazz guitarist. He was especially noted for his sophisticated rhythm guitar in big
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