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  • |debut=''[[Detective Comics]]'' (vol. 1) #225 (Nov. 1955) ...atured ''[[Detective Comics]]'' #225 "The Manhunter From Mars" in November 1955. He is responsible for accidentally transporting the [[Martian Manhunter]]
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  • ...'''Elanor the Fair''', is a fictional character in [[J. R. R. Tolkien]]'s fictional [[Middle-earth]] [[legendarium]]. She is the first child of [[Samwise Gamge ...reference to the [[Elanor|''sun-star'']], a little golden flower blooming in the land of [[Lothlórien]].<ref>{{ME-ref|RotK|"The Grey Havens"}}</ref> Th
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  • {{About|the fictional locomotive|the fictional character|Skarloey Railway#Thin Controller}} {{Short description|Fictional narrow gauge tank locomotive from the Railway Series}}
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  • ...wn outside of Italy for his film portrayal of a small-town Communist mayor in the [[Don Camillo]] films ...n, screenwriter, director, known outside of Italy for directing and acting in the 1997 [[tragicomedy]] [[Life is Beautiful]]
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  • '''Halbarad''' is a fictional character from [[J. R. R. Tolkien]]'s ''The Lord of the Rings''. Halbarad was a [[Ranger of the North]]. He was the second in command of the [[Dúnedain]] behind [[Aragorn]] and also the leader of the
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  • ...8-0-313-34530-2 Page 562</ref> Tragg was played on radio from 1943 through 1955 by Frank Kane.<ref>[https://books.google.com/books?id=EhOBCgAAQBAJ&pg=PA269 ...rest warrant for Mason's client, who would then usually be proven innocent in the pre-trial hearing. Tragg and prosecutor Hamilton Burger "always went af
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  • The [[prologue]] is set in an ancient [[Scandinavia]]n [[mead hall]]. Though most of the drinkers are ..., but is stopped when the dead body of the rapist is dropped to the ground in front of her: broken, bleeding, and crawling with small, brown [[spider]]s.
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  • {{Article for deletion/dated|page=Middle-earth dwarf characters|timestamp=20200112045625|year=2020|month=January|day=12|substed=yes|help=of ...closed, please place on talk page: {{Old AfD multi|page=Middle-earth dwarf characters|date=12 January 2020|result='''keep'''}} -->
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  • {{Portal|Middle-earth|Fictional characters}} {{In-universe|date=August 2011}}
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  • {{db-xfd|fullvotepage=Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/List of fictional crossovers}} {{Article for deletion/dated|page=List of fictional crossovers|timestamp=20180917212731|year=2018|month=September|day=17|subste
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  • {{in-universe|date=November 2018}} ...-mythical character who resists strict characterizations. As one character in the film remarks, "He thinks he's [[Albert Einstein|Einstein]], [[James Bon
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  • ...ysius Corey''' (born 1955) is a [[fiction|fictitious]] recurring character in a series of thrillers by [[Nelson DeMille]]. He is quick-witted and cocky, ...'[[Plum Island (novel)|Plum Island]], in 1997.'' Since then, he's appeared in ''[[The Lion's Game]]'', ''[[Night Fall (2004 novel)|Night Fall]],'' ''[[Wi
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  • {{In-universe|date=March 2012}} ...[[The Fellowship of the Ring]]'' (1954)<br>''[[The Return of the King]]'' (1955)
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  • ...tress Macross]]|the derived character in ''[[Robotech]]''|List of Robotech characters#Roy Fokker}} | caption = Roy Föcker in ''[[Macross: Do You Remember Love?]]''
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  • ...a fictional character from [[Tolkien's Legendarium]]. He appears briefly in ''[[The Return of the King]]'', the third volume of ''[[The Lord of the Rin ...after the Witch-king was slain by [[Éowyn]] and [[Meriadoc Brandybuck]]. In response to the arrival of the Rohirrim and the parallel attack from [[Mina
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  • ...= ''[[The Two Towers]]'' (1954)<br />''[[The Return of the King]]'' (1955) ...cter in [[J. R. R. Tolkien]]'s [[Middle-earth]] [[legendarium]]. Mentioned in ''[[The Two Towers]]'' and ''[[The Return of the King]]'', she was the sist
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  • ...rd of the Rings]]'' — specifically in the chapter "The Black Gate Opens" in the third volume, ''[[The Return of the King]]'' — as the chief emissary ...rrogant words and blasphemies, and is reminiscent of Saint Paul's comments in the [[Second Epistle to the Corinthians]] where he describes his public hum
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  • {{about|the Guard of the Citadel in Minas Tirith|the Steward of Gondor|Beregond (Steward)}} ...[[Faramir]] from death. Bergil plays a smaller part in saving a number of characters.
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  • |caption=''Homer, the Happy Ghost'' #1 (March 1955). Cover art by [[Dan DeCarlo]] |debut=''Homer, The Happy Ghost'' #1 (Mar. 1955)
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  • This is a list of '''[[plants]]''', both fictional and real, that appear in [[J. R. R. Tolkien]]'s [[Middle-earth]] writings. ...n the creation of the [[Two Trees of Valinor]], which hold a central place in the mythology of the world of Middle-earth.
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