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  • 161Civil War: The Initiative — Cover of Civil War: The Initiative 1 (Apr 2007).Art by Marc Silvestri. Publisher Marvel Comics …

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  • 162Civil War Defenses of Washington — U.S. National Register of Historic Places …

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  • 163Civil disorder — Civil disorder, also known as civil unrest or civil strife, is a broad term that is typically used by law enforcement to describe one or more forms of disturbance caused by a group of people.[1] Civil disturbance is typically a symptom of, and a… …

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  • 164Civil war (disambiguation) — Civil war is a conflict within a nation. See List of civil wars, a list of specific conflicts Civil war may also refer to: Civil War: A Nation Divided, a 2006 first person shooter game for the Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, and PlayStation 2… …

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  • 165Civil Rights Act of 1871 — Full title An Act to enforce the Provisions of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States and for other Purposes Colloquial name(s) Ku Klux Klan Act Enacted by the 24th United States Congress …

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  • 166Civil Aviation Authority of Pakistan — Agency overview Jurisdiction Government of Pakistan Headquarters Terminal 1 Jinnah International Airport Karachi Parent agency …

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  • 167Civil Hospital — Karachi is a 1900 bed tertiary care public hospital that imparts both undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and training. It is one of the teaching hospitals affiliated with the Dow Medical College[1] now the Dow University of Health Sciences.… …

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  • 168Civil Rights anthem — Civil Rights anthems is a relational concept to protest song, but one that is specifically linked to the African American Civil Rights Movement. The songs were often sung during protests or marches related to the movement. Participants in the… …

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  • 169Civil inattention — is the process whereby strangers who are in close proximity demonstrate that they are aware of one another, without imposing on each other. Civil inattention is a sign of recognition that others have claims to a shared space or environment , as… …

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  • 170Civil Guard — refers to various policing organisations: Current: Civil Guard (Spain): The Spanish gendarmerie Civil Guard (Israel): An Israeli volunteer police reserve Civil Guard (Costa Rica) Historic Civil Guards now abolished: Civil Guard (Peru), formed as… …

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  • 171Civil confinement — is a controversial procedure permitted by a law passed in New York, advocated by the former governor, Eliot Spitzer, allowing the civil commitment of sex offenders because they are deemed by a court to be a danger to themselves or to society. One …

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  • 172Civil service — (Royaume Uni) Pour les articles homonymes, voir Service civil (homonymie).  Pour les autres articles nationaux, voir Fonction publique …

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  • 173Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse — Formation 2005 (2005) Type NGO …

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  • 174Civil Rights Act — may refer to several acts in the history of civil rights in the United States, including: Federal legislation Civil Rights Act of 1866, extending the rights of emancipated slaves Civil Rights Act of 1871, also known as the Ku Klux Klan Act,… …

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  • 175Civil War Times Illustrated — Civil War Times (formerly Civil War Times Illustrated) is a history magazine published bi monthly which covers the American Civil War. It was established in 1962 by Robert Fowler due to centennial anniversary interest in the Civil War in the… …

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  • 176Civil Services Academy Lahore — Civil Services Academy (CSA) Civil Service Academy Logo Abbreviation CSA Formation 1972 Type Government Organization Purpose/f …

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  • 177Civil Peace — is a 1971 short story by Chinua Achebe. It is about the effects of the Nigerian Civil War (1967 1970) on the people, and the civil peace that followed. Contents 1 Plot Summary 2 Character Overview 3 About the Author …

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  • 178Civil Lines (magazine) — Civil Lines Magazine Civil Lines: new writings from India Editor Ravi Dayal Categories Socio political Magazine Frequency infrequent Company Private …

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  • 179Civil Service Sports Ground — Ground information Location Chiswick, Middlesex Establishment 1926 (first recorded match) Domestic team information Civil Service (1927) …

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  • 180civil service — n. The professional staff and workers of a government. The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008. civil service in the …

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