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  • [[Category:Malayalam novels]]
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  • ...Walt Disney's most brilliant and feared creations. The book dates back to 1940 and supposedly will bring Chernabog back to full power. The two are pursued ...pts inspired by the world of the Keepers, but not featured directly in the novels. The 75 Insiders selected as winners at the time of Kingdom Keepers VII's p
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  • ...udio plays by Big Finish|the extensive number of Big Finish Productions]], novels, short stories, nor comic strips. ...the fires caused by German bombing]] was taken on the night of 29 December 1940</ref> ("Lone Centurion" in the Blitz)||rowspan=2 align="center" bgcolor="#F
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  • {{Infobox book <!--See [[Wikipedia:WikiProject Novels]] or [[Wikipedia:WikiProject Books]]--> ...] that has been occupied by the forces of [[Nazi Germany]] following their 1940 victory over the [[British Empire]].<ref name="goodreads1">https://www.good
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  • ...chair]]. Born Annie Beatrice McQuiston, Toni Jo Henry was executed for the 1940 [[Valentine's Day]] murder of a business man from [[Houston]]. [[Category:2008 novels]]
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  • ''Novels as A. Scott Daniell'' ''Novels as David Scott Daniell''
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  • ...nventor, include the original six-pack carton sold to [[Coca-Cola]] around 1940 and the Stanley box, a clothing box named after his son, whereby the box ha ...h American films as ''[[Limelight (1952 film)|Limelight]]'', ''[[Fantasia (1940 film)|Fantasia]]'', ''[[The Bridge on the River Kwai]]'', ''[[To Kill a Moc
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  • '''Gun Buster''' was the [[pseudonym]]ous author of a series of novels about the British exploits in [[World War II]].<ref> * ''Return via Dunkirk'' Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1940
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  • ...by [[C. S. Lewis]] as the primary location for his series of seven fantasy novels for children, [[The Chronicles of Narnia]]. The series tracks the story of ...tting comprising an entire planet, used in fantasy fiction, for example in novels and games. Typical worlds involve magic or magical abilities and often, but
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  • *[[Jeffrey Archer]] (born 1940), novelist and politician *[[Christopher Awdry]] (born 1940), children's writer
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  • |[[Muhammad Yunus]] (born 28 June 1940) ...Muslim''"</ref><ref>[http://www.rohama.org/en/content/116]'Muhammad Yunus (1940- )', [[Union of Islamic World Students|The Union of Islamic World Students]
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  • *[[Dario Argento]] (born 1940), film director, producer and screenwriter. Films include ''[[The Bird with *[[Bernardo Bertolucci]] (born 1940), film director and screenwriter. ''[[Last Tango in Paris]]'' (1972) brough
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  • ...pages 345-352. Retrieved 16 August 2016</ref> Tragg first appeared in the 1940 novel ''The Silent Partner''. He was described as a "slim, sophisticated ba [[Category:Fictional characters introduced in 1940]]
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  • PulpWork Press (PWP) is an independent publisher of modern pulp novels and anthologies that was founded in 2007 following the dissolution of Front The original pulp era of the 1930's and 1940's is sometimes criticized for reflecting the racial prejudices of its times
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  • ...hing all Western settings have in common is aridity, and wouldn't consider novels set in Missouri or along the Pacific Coast or in the other non-arid regions ...79), and ''[[Northwest Mounted Police (film)|Northwest Mounted Police]]'' (1940). In Northerns and wider crime fiction, the general Canadian preference is
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  • | [[1940 in film|1940]] | ''[[Rebecca (1940 film)|Rebecca]]''
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  • ...se'') is a Belgian novel by [[Georges Simenon]]. It was first published in 1940 by Gallimard in Paris. ...n Banville]] regards ''Strangers in the House'' as one of Simenon's finest novels, and "the quintessential ''roman dur'': direct, spare, sensuously atmospher
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  • ...]'' '''from'''<br />''[[The Once and Future King]]'' || [[T. H. White]] || 1940/<br />1958 || '''Novel''' c. 1940–1949 (Narnian Year 1000–2555)
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  • ...=%22Abraham%20Shushan%22%20-wikipedia&f=false|title=Second Line: Two Short Novels of Love and Cooking in New Orleans|first=Poppy Z.|last=Brite|publisher=Smal ...f the Levee Board, and the case reached the [[Louisiana Supreme Court]] in 1940.<ref>{{cite book|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=rgEvAQAAIAAJ&q=%22Ab
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  • ...d its inner workings were only explored somewhat in the Technomage trilogy novels. The Eye is like a supercomputer which drives "the will" of the Shadows and ...lm influences include ''[[Blake's 7]]'', [[E. E. Smith]]'s ''[[Lensman]]'' novels, the [[Cthulhu mythos]] and [[George Orwell]]'s ''[[Nineteen Eighty-Four]]'
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