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         Unknown:     more books (101)
  1. A Galaxy Unknown by Thomas DePrima, 2010-08-10
  2. Valor At Vauzlee (A Galaxy Unknown - Book 2) by Thomas DePrima, 2010-08-05
  3. Cure Unknown: Inside the Lyme Epidemic by Pamela Weintraub, 2009-10-13
  4. Paranormal State: My Journey into the Unknown by Ryan Buell, Stefan Petrucha, 2010-10-01
  5. Identity: Unknown (Tall, Dark & Dangerous, Book 8) by Suzanne Brockmann, 1999-12-01
  6. Atlas of Unknowns (Vintage Contemporaries) by Tania James, 2010-04-20
  7. Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal by Ayn Rand, Nathaniel Branden, et all 1986-07-15
  8. Mao: The Unknown Story by Jung Chang, Jon Halliday, 2006-11-14
  9. Crossing the Unknown Sea: Work as a Pilgrimage of Identity by David Whyte, 2002-04-02
  10. Unknown Man #89 by Elmore Leonard, 2002-06-01
  11. Down the Great Unknown: John Wesley Powell's 1869 Journey of Discovery and Tragedy Through the Grand Canyon by Edward Dolnick, 2002-09-01
  12. Address Unknown by Kathrine Kressmann Taylor, 2001-04-01
  13. To a God Unknown (Penguin Classics) by John Steinbeck, 1995-08-01
  14. Portrait of an Unknown Woman: A Novel by Vanora Bennett, 2008-04-01

181. Unknown Armies Core Book
Adam Schroeder reviews the Unknown Armies core book. reviews/reviews/rev_1310.html

182. GUARDIAN TALES...Real Horror Stories From Real People...
Read true, first person accounts of experiences with the Unknown. Submissions currently being accepted.
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Date of birth Unknown; d. c. October, 983.
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Pope Benedict VII
Date of birth unknown; d. c. October, 983. Acting under the influence of Sicco (see Benedict VI), the Roman clergy and people elected to succeed Benedict VI another Benedict, Bishop of Sutri, a Roman and the son of David (October, 974). His authority was opposed by Boniface VII , and, though the antipope himself was forced to fly, his party followed fiercely in his footsteps and compelled Benedict to call upon Otho II for help. Firmly established on his throne by the emperor, he showed himself both desirous of checking the tide of simony which was rising high in the Church, and of advancing the cause of monasticism, which then meant that of civilization. In response to a request of the people of Carthage "to help the wretched province of Africa", he consecrated the priest James, who had been sent to him for the purpose (see the letter of the papal legate, the Abbot Leo, to the Kings Hugh Capet and Robert). Though he did not die till about October, 983, our knowledge of his undertakings is not in proportion to the length of his pontificate. HORACE K. MANN

184. Gottschalk
Biography, discography, links, portrait and other illustrations from the Unknown Composers' Page.
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When I read the name Louis Moreau Gottschalk for the first time I thought that he must have been a frenchman with german ancestors. I was surprised when I learned that Gottschalk was neither french nor german, but american. He was born in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1829 and died just 40 years old while travelling in Brazil.
He was a famous pianist and composer in his times. Today his name is not so well-known, but when one is really looking for recordings of Gottschalk's music he can find them [mostly released by minor labels]. His instrument was the piano, so naturally his compositions are mostly written for the piano. Gottschalk was travelling a lot and his music is a mixture of north and south american, caribbean and european influences. But it's not only rewarding to listen to Gottschalk's music - Gottschalk himself was a very interesting person.
If you want to know more about Louis Moreau Gottschalk and his music, why don't you follow one of the links?

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186. Man Page: Setuid(7)
This man page was converted to HTML by the bsdiman cgi from BSDI. SETUID(7) SETUID(7) NAME setuid - checklist for security of setuid programs DESCRIPTION Writing a secure setuid (or setgid) program
This man page was converted to HTML by the bsdi-man cgi from BSDI. SETUID(7) SETUID(7) NAME setuid - checklist for security of setuid programs DESCRIPTION passwd (1) should always have private userids, to minimize possible damage from penetrations elsewhere. [] The result of getlogin or ttyname may be wrong if the descriptors have been meddled with. There is no fool- proof way to determine the controlling terminal or the login name (as opposed to uid) on V7. [] On some systems (not ours), the setuid bit may not be honored if the program is run by root , so the program may find itself running as root . [] Programs that attempt to use creat for locking can foul up when run by root ; use of link is preferred when implementing locking. Using chmod for locking is an obvious disaster. [] Breaking an existing lock is very dangerous; the break- down of a locking protocol may be symptomatic of far worse problems. Doing so on the basis of the lock being `old' is sometimes necessary, but programs can run for surprising lengths of time on heavily-loaded systems. [] Care must be taken that user requests for i/o are checked for permissions using the user's permissions, local 1 SETUID(7) SETUID(7) not the program's. Use of

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188. All Game Guide
All Game Guide Chocobo's Dungeon 2

189. Sorry, Under Construction
Sorry, Under Construction.
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