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Bob Hawke

Notes ↑ Troy Bramston, 2003, The Hawke Legacy Workers Online. Retrieved July 12, 2008. ↑ the peace: avoiding the cost of conflict in humanitarian aid. Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Library, University of South Australia. Retrieved July 12, 2008. ↑ Suzanne Carbone, 2003, Spiffing leader? Just apply spit and polish Mediaman.
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Kashrut

Previous (Kashmir Region) Next (Kasmir Saivism) Traditional arrangement of symbolic foods on a Passover Seder Plate. Kashrut (from Hebrew כַּשְרוּת meaning "fit" or "proper") refers to Jewish dietary laws that are in accord with halakha (Jewish law). Popularly known as kosher (meaning "fit" for consumption), Jewish dietary laws derive from the Torah's Books of Leviticus and Deuteronomy, and are further elucidated in the oral law (the Mishnah and the Talmud), and codified by later rabbinical authorities.
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Horace Newton Allen

Horace Newton Allen (1858 - 1932), a Protestant, medical missionary from the United States, who later also served as a diplomat, made a remarkable impact on his mission country, Korea, where he arrived in 1884. He was the first Protestant missionary to work in the country. In 1885, he established Korea's first modern medical facility, Gwanghyewon, which has grown into the Yonsei University Severance Hospital and School of Medicine.
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Kang Yu-wei

K'ang Yu-wei (K'ang Youwie, 康有為; March 19, 1858 - March 31, 1927), was one of the most prominent scholars and political reformers of modern China, and a key figure in the intellectual development of modern China. He is particularly well-known for his radical reinterpretations of Confucianism and for his role as the Emperor's adviser during the abortive Hundred Days Reform movement of 1898.
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Comfort women

Comfort women (Japanese: 慰安婦, ianfu ) or military comfort women (Japanese: 従軍慰安婦, jūgun-ianfu ), a euphemism for the up to 200,000 women who were forced to serve in the Japanese army's brothels during World War II. Historians and researchers into the subject have stated that the majority came from Korea, China and other occupied territories, recruited by force or deception to serve as "sex slaves.
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Adolf Eichmann

Otto Adolf Eichmann (known as Adolf Eichmann ; (March 19, 1906 - June 1, 1962) was a high-ranking Nazi and SS Obersturmbannführer (Lieutenant Colonel). Due to his organizational talents and ideological reliability, he was tasked by Obergruppenführer Reinhard Heydrich to facilitate and manage the logistics of mass deportation to Ghettos in German occupied Europe 1939 - 1944 and extermination camps in Nazi-occupied Eastern Europe.
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