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John Donne

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Species: Uropoda lawrencei

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  • Uropoda lawrencei (Marais, 1977)

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{{Infobox writer | name = John Donne | image = JohnDonne.jpg | caption = John Donne | birth_date = 22 January 1572[1] | birth_place = London, England | death_date = 31 March 1631 (aged 59) | death_place = London, England | occupation = Poet, priest, lawyer | nationality = English | alma_mater = Oxford University | genre = Satire, love poetry, elegy, sermons | subject = Love, sexuality, religion, death | movement = Metaphysical poetry | influences =

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