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From Latin cui est bono? (“To whom is it a benefit?”); The principle that the ultimate initiator of an action is likely he who stands to gain from the action.
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fop; A vain or conceited person, esp. one who dresses or behaves extravagantly.
Henry V (Salian)
German Monarch: 1099-1125
a savory Russian pie traditionally filled with fish, rice, chopped egg, and mushrooms
Bursting forth or through a surface
Pain in the muscles and joints of the lower back
Clouds: Breast cloud; round pouches on under-surface
Capital of Colorado
“From the chair” - a theological term which signifies authoritative teaching, arising in the writings of medieval theologians in regards to papal prerogatives.
Hawaiian: thanks, gratitude, admiration, praise, esteem, regards, or respects
Tree-sized, screw-like underground formations found in Nebraska that ultimately proved to be the burrows of Palaeocastor, an extinct genus of beaver that lived during the Oligocene