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  • 41Benevolent Dictator For Life — or BDFL is a title given to a small number of open source software development leaders. The term originally referred only to Guido van Rossum, creator of the Python programming language. It should not be confused with the more common term for… …

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  • 43Benevolent assimilation — was a proclamation issued on December 21, 1898 by U.S. President William McKinley to the Philippines. [ [http://www.msc.edu.ph/centennial/benevolent.html McKinley s Benevolent Assimilation Proclamation] ] The proclamation was later watered down,… …

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  • 44Benevolent Dictator for Life — (BDFL) (deutsch wohlwollender Diktator auf Lebenszeit) ist eine Bezeichnung für eine Person mit der leitenden Rolle in einem Freie Software Projekt mit einer Organisationsstruktur, bei der bezeichnenderweise in wichtigen Entscheidungen de… …

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  • 45Benevolent Dictator for Life — (BDFL) est le surnom donné à une personne respectée de la communauté de développement open source qui définit des orientations générales d un projet donné. Il signifie littéralement Bienveillant dictateur à vie. Ce nom est un jeu de mots entre… …

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  • 46Benevolent Dictator for Life — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Benevolent Dictator for Life (BDFL) es un título informal que se otorga a ciertos individuos de la comunidad de desarrolladores de software de código abierto que tienen la tarea de asignar las directrices generales y …

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  • 47Benevolent neutrality — is a term used by Ernest May to describe United States foreign policy regarding involvement in World War I. It is distinct from strict neutrality because America had some favorable policies towards the Allies; for example, generally favorable… …

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  • 48benevolent society benefits — See: fraternal benefit society benefits Category: Bankruptcy, Foreclosure & Debt → Bankruptcy Nolo’s Plain English Law Dictionary. Gerald N. Hill, Kathleen Thompson Hill. 2009 …

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  • 49benevolent associations — Benevolent and beneficial associations are either purely voluntary aggregations of individuals or bodies corporate, formed and organized, not with a view to the accumulation of wealth and the making of profit, but, aside from fraternal objects,… …

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  • 50benevolent insurance company — Benevolent associations, formed primarily for social and charitable purposes and for securing efficient mutual aid for their members are sometimes referred to as insurance companies, because they issue death certificates which are, in effect,… …

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  • 51Benevolent Society — The Benevolent Society is Australia’s oldest charity, although it now prefers to regard itself as a ‘’social enterprise’’. It was founded as the Benevolent Society of New South Wales by Edward Smith Hall in 1813, is and since its earliest days… …

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  • 52Benevolent Asylum — The Destitute Asylums (usually known as Benevolent Asylums or Infirmaries for the destitute) were institutions established throughout the colonies of Australia in the 19th century to house deserted and destitute men, women and children not able… …

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  • 53Benevolent Empire — The Benevolent Empire was part of a 19th century religious movement in the United States called the Second Great Awakening. Various protestant denominations developed missionary organizations in order to Christianize citizens of the United States …

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  • 54Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks — Fichier:Elkb.png Logo de la fraternité. Le Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks (BPOE) (parfois Elks Lodge ou The Elks) est une fraternité à actions sociales fondée en 1868 aux États Unis. Il s agit d une des plus importantes fraternité… …

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  • 55Benevolent Irish Society — The Benevolent Irish Society (BIS) is a philanthropic organization founded on 17 February 1806, a month before the Feast of St. Patrick, in St. John s, Newfoundland. It is the oldest philanthropic organization in North America. Membership is open …

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  • 56Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks — For the animal, see Elk; for the Canadian counterpart see Elks of Canada; for other uses, see Elks (disambiguation) Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks (BPOE; also often known as the Elks Lodge or… …

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  • 57Benevolent Organisation for Development, Health and Insight — The Benevolent Organisation for Development, Health and Insight is a Non Governmental Organisation that undertakes sustainable interventions in the developing world. BODHI is an example of engaged Buddhism: their goal is to utilise skillful means …

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  • 58Benevolent suicide — Suicide Socia …

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  • 59benevolent society — /bəˈnɛvələnt səˌsaɪəti/ (say buh nevuhluhnt suh.suyuhtee) noun 1. → friendly society. 2. a charitable organisation. Also, benevolent association, benevolent fund. {originally US} …

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  • 60benevolent associations — Those having a philanthropic or charitable purpose, as distinguished from such as are conducted for profit; specifically, benefit associations or beneficial associations. Another name for a benefit society, benevolent society, and fraternal or… …

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