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  • ...GC.jpg|right|250px|''Charley, Charlotte and the Golden Canary'' by Charles Keeping, 1967}} ...hildren's literature in 1970. He also illustrated the complete works of [[Charles Dickens]] for the Folio Society.
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Charles Keeping]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Charles Dickens}}
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  • ...GC.jpg|right|250px|''Charley, Charlotte and the Golden Canary'' by Charles Keeping, 1967}} ...hildren's literature in 1970. He also illustrated the complete works of [[Charles Dickens]] for the Folio Society.
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Charles Dickens]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Charles Darwin}}
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  • {{r|Charles Keeping}}
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  • {{r|Charles Keeping}} {{r|Charles, Prince of Wales}}
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  • {{r|Charles Keeping}}
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Charles Keeping]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Charles Dickens}}
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  • ...become alarmed at the magnitude of the problem; White House policy was to keep reassuring the nation that everything was going fine in Vietnam, and that L ...s and pursue partisan objectives, and popular support keeps shifting.|Fred Charles Iklé, <ref name=Ikle>{{citation
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  • ...tovepiping]]. In the traditional intelligence use of the term, stovepiping keeps the output of different collection systems separated from one another. Thi ...d the Soviets that their troops were being massed on the Soviet borders to keep them clear of British air raids, that dozens of German planes were violatin
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  • '''Charles I''' (1600–1649) was king of [[England]] and [[Scotland]] from 1625 unt ...otherwise vituperative about him, acknowledged his private virtues: "King Charles was temperate, chaste and serious; so that the fools and bawds, mimics an
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  • ...les Bryan was put on the ticket as candidate for vice president in 1924 to keep the Bryanites in line. ...the Presbyterian Church in the USA. He was narrowly defeated by the Rev. Charles F. Wishart, president of the [[College of Wooster]], who had loudly endor
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  • ...or legality of slavery; their goal was to gain the land to the west and to keep the land free of slaves. Conversely, abolitionists denounced slavery as mo [[Image:1848free.jpg|thumb|350px|Martin Van Buren / Charles Francis Adams campaign banner. <small>([http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/cph.3
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  • |'Stirs Me Up'/'Keep Your Hand Out of My Pocket' ₭ |'Keep on Doing It'/'Song We Sang Last Summer' ₢
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  • ...which Mountagu played a leading part, being created Earl of Sandwich by [[Charles II]]. Shortly afterwards, Pepys was made Clerk of the Acts in the Navy B ...e and incompetence among naval officers. Shortly after his return in 1684 Charles II took the Admiralty out of the hands of the Commissioners and into his
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  • ...e entire west wall, roof and interior floors of [[Scarborough Castle]]'s [[keep]], as viewed from the [[barbican]] gateway, were destroyed in 1645 by [[art ...r five months of bombardment and bloody fighting, destroying most of the [[keep]], before the defenders finally surrendered. This was a significant though
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  • [[Image:Dickens.jpg|right|thumb|Charles Dickens|250px]] | name = Charles Dickens
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  • ...ershadowed in the late 1920s and 1930s by the Beardian interpretation of [[Charles Beard]] and Mary Beard, who in their enormously successful ''The Rise of
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  • ...reatest strength of the garrison was [[artillery]], commanded by Colonel [[Charles Piroth]].<ref>Moore & Galloway 2008, pp. 135-136</ref> ...ised against putting the force into Dien Bien Phu, doubting his ability to keep it supplied.
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  • ...|thumb|right|400px|[[Scarborough, North Yorkshire|Scarborough]] Castle's [[keep]] viewed towards the town's North Bay. The inner [[bailey]] includes a [[we ...e castle's 150-feet-deep (46 metres) [[well]] occupy the inner bailey. The keep, with its entrance on the first floor (i.e. the second level from the groun
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