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  • 121Reading (legislature) — Reading is a mechanism by which a bill is introduced to, and approved by, a legislature. Readings For more details on the United Kingdom system see Acts of Parliament in the United Kingdom#Stages of a bill First reading A first reading is when a… …

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  • 122David Anderson (British Columbia politician) — David Anderson should not be confused with David Anderson (Saskatchewan politician), a Conservative MP. David A. Anderson Member of Parliament for Esquimalt Saanich In office 1968–1972 Preceded by George Chatterton Succeeded by …

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  • 123List of University of British Columbia people — This is a list of alumni from the University of British Columbia. This is an incomplete list, which may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries. Contents 1 Notable …

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  • 124Fort Steele, British Columbia — is a heritage town in the East Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada. It is located near the intersection of Highway 93 and Highway 95, 10 miles (16 km) northeast of Cranbrook. [ [http://www.britishcolumbia.com/regions/towns/?townID=3495… …

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  • 125Victoria College, British Columbia — Victoria College was a two year college in Victoria, British Columbia founded in 1903 with sponsorship from McGill University. It was one of the first post secondary institutions in British Columbia. With a staff of two faculty members, the first …

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  • 126BCGEU v. British Columbia — SCCInfoBox case name=BCGEU v. British Columbia (Attorney General) full case name= heard date=March 3, 1988 decided date=October 20, 1988 citations= docket=19518 history= ruling= ratio= SCC=1987 1988 Majority=Dickson C.J. (paras. 1 73)… …

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  • 127Fort Victoria (British Columbia) — Fort Victoria was a fur trading post of the Hudson’s Bay Company, the headquarters of HBC operations in British Columbia. The fort was the beginnings of a settlement that eventually grew into the modern Victoria, British Columbia, the capital… …

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  • 128Citizens' Assembly on Electoral Reform (British Columbia) — The Citizens Assembly on Electoral Reform is a group created by the government of British Columbia, Canada to investigate changes to the provincial electoral system. On 25 October 2004, it proposed replacing the province s existing First Past the …

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  • 129Royal British Columbia Museum — The Royal British Columbia Museum is a history museum located in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, founded in 1886. It was given the Royal title upon a visit by Queen Elizabeth II in 1986, and merged with the British Columbia Provincial… …

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  • 130Punjab Legislative Assembly (British India) — The Punjab Legislative Assembly was the legislature of the province of Punjab in British India. Established by British authorities in 1910, the assembly had nominal powers and a membership of mainly pro British politicians and government… …

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  • 131Elk Valley (British Columbia) — Elk Valley is a valley in southeastern British Columbia that runs via the basin of the Elk River from the southeastern Alberta border near Kananaskis to the Rocky Mountain Trench. Communities in the valley, from uppermost to lowermost, are… …

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  • 132Hong Kong Provisional Legislature election, 1996 — was an election that took place during the transition from British to Chinese administration governing Hong Kong.General OutcomeCandidates and resultsUnlike elections prior and after the 1st of July 1997, the Provisional Legislative Council (PLC) …

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  • 133representative legislature — noun : a British colonial legislature in which at least one half of the members are elected by the people of the colony compare legislative council 2 …

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  • 134List of premiers of British Columbia by time in office — This is a list of premiers of the province of British Columbia in order of time served in office as premiers as of FULLDATE. The preceding premier always stays in office during an election campaign, and that time is included in the total.Before… …

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  • 135United States — a republic in the N Western Hemisphere comprising 48 conterminous states, the District of Columbia, and Alaska in North America, and Hawaii in the N Pacific. 267,954,767; conterminous United States, 3,022,387 sq. mi. (7,827,982 sq. km); with… …

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  • 136Parliament of Ireland — This article is about the legislature abolished in 1801. For the legislature of the Republic of Ireland, see Oireachtas. For other uses, see Irish parliament (disambiguation). Parliament of the Kingdom of Ireland …

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  • 137Trial by combat — 1540s depiction of a 1409 judicial combat in Augsburg (Paulus Hector Mair, Munich cod. icon. 393) Trial by combat (also wager of battle, trial by battle or judicial duel) was a method of Germanic law to settle accusations in the absence of… …

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  • 138Provisional Legislative Council — Infobox Parliament name = Provisional Legislative Council of Hong Kong 香港臨時立法會 coa pic = session room = house type = Unicameral houses = leader1 type = President of the Provisional Legislative Council leader1 = Rita Fan Hsu Lai tai party1 =… …

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  • 1391834 in Canada — See also: 1833 in Canada, other events of 1834, 1835 in Canada and the list of years in Canada . Events* January King William IV appoints an arbitrator to settle questions regarding customs dues between the Canadas. * January The King announces… …

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  • 140parliament — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. assembly, council, convocation; assemblage, house. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [National legislative body of Great BRitain; usually capitalized ] Syn. House of Commons, House of Lords, British Legislature;… …

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