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Rudolph Valentino

originally Rodolpho Alphonso Guglielmi di Valentina d'Antonguolla 1895-1926 Italian-born US film actor, a great screen idol of the 1920s Rudolph

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Vaccination

means of producing immunity against pathogens, such as viruses and bacteria, by the introduction of live, killed, or altered antigens that stimulate

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Vacuum

theoretically, space without matter in it. A perfect vacuum has never been obtained; the best man-made vacuums contain less than 100,000 gas molecules

Vadim, Roger, 1928-2000

French film and theatre director, actor, and writer, of Ukrainian descent. He is most renowned for the sexually explicit nature of his films and the

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Vaduz (Liechtenstein)

Vaduz is the capital and second-largest urban settlement, in the Principality of Liechtenstein, a tiny landlocked country in Central Europe that is

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Vagrancy

in law, term applied to the offense of persons who are without visible means of support or domicile while able to work. State laws and municipal

Valais (Switzerland)

( välā' ), Ger. Wallis, canton (1993 pop. 262,400), 2,021 sq mi (5,234 sq km), S Switzerland. Sion is the capital. Bordering on France and Italy, the

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Valentine's Day

St. Valentine is believed to have been a Roman priest who was martyred on this day around 270. How he became the patron saint of lovers remains a

Valentinus, active 2nd century

( vălӘntē'nӘs ), fl. c.135–c.160, founder of the Valentinians, the most celebrated of the Gnostic sects (see Gnosticism ) of the 2d cent. The little

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Valéry, Paul (1871 - 1945)

( pōl välārē' ), 1871–1945, French poet and critic. A follower of the symbolists , Valéry was one of the greatest French poets of the 20th cent. He