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  • 81Allen v. Wright — Infobox SCOTUS case Litigants=Allen v. Wright ArgueDate=February 29 ArgueYear=1984 DecideDate=July 3 DecideYear=1984 FullName=Allen v. Wright, et al. USVol=468 USPage=737 Citation=104 S. Ct. 3315; 82 L. Ed. 2d 556; 1984 U.S. LEXIS 149; 52 U.S.L.W …

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  • 82Bateman's principle — In biology, Bateman s principle is the theory that females almost always invest more energy into producing offspring than males, and therefore in most species females are a limiting resource over which the other sex will compete.… …

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  • 83Genealogical DNA test — For a non technical introduction to genetics in general, see Introduction to genetics. Part of a series on Genetic genealogy Concepts Population genetics Haplogroup/ Haplotype Most recent common ancestor Human mitochondrial DNA haplogroups Human… …

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  • 84Privileges and Immunities Clause — This article is about the Privileges and Immunities Clause of Article Four of the United States Constitution. For the related clause in the Fourteenth Amendment, see Privileges or Immunities Clause. United States of America This article is part… …

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  • 85Macromolecular docking — is the computational modelling of the molecular structure of complexes formed by two or more interacting biological macromolecules. Protein protein complexes are the most commonly attempted targets, followed increasingly by protein nucleic acid… …

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  • 86ICFP Programming Contest — The ICFP Programming Contest is an international programming competition held annually since 1998, with results announced at the International Conference on Functional Programming.Teams may be of any size and any programming language(s) may be… …

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  • 87Search and rescue dog — The use of dogs in search and rescue (SAR) is a valuable component in responding to law enforcement requests for missing people. Dedicated handlers and hard working, well trained dogs are required in search efforts to be effective in their task.… …

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  • 88Brooks v. Safeway Canada — [1989] 1 S.C.R. 1219 is a leading Supreme Court of Canada decision on employer discrimination of pregnant employees. The Court found that Safeway violated the provincial Human Rights Act by failing to provide equal compensation for those who… …

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  • 89Home Mortgage Disclosure Act — The United States Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (or HMDA, pronounced HUM duh) was passed in 1975. It requires financial institutions to maintain and annually disclose data about home purchases, home purchase pre approvals, home improvement, and… …

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  • 90User Account Control — (UAC) is a technology and security infrastructure introduced with Microsoft s Windows Vista operating system. It aims to improve the security of Microsoft Windows by limiting application software to standard user privileges until an administrator …

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  • 91History of the Boy Scouts of America — The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) was inspired by and modeled on the Boy Scout Association, established by Baden Powell in Britain in 1908. In the early 1900s, several youth organizations were active, and many became part of the BSA (see Scouting… …

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  • 92Employment discrimination law in the United States — In the United States, employment discrimination is prohibited by a collection of state and federal laws, as well as by ordinances of counties and municipalities.Protected categoriesUnder Federal law, employers cannot discriminate against… …

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  • 93Stopps v. Just Ladies Fitness — was a discrimination by sex case heard before the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal that was significant in Canadian law because it upheld the right of certain female only groups to discriminate against males in certain limited circumstances …

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  • 94Internet Freedom and Nondiscrimination Act of 2006 — The “Internet Freedom and Nondiscrimination Act of 2006” is a bill in the United States House of Representatives. [6/29/2006 Placed on the Union Calendar, Calendar No. 303. See References .] It is one of several bills on the topic of network… …

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  • 95Human rights in Bahrain — Bahrain s record on human rights has been praised as one of the most progressive in the Middle East by western human rights groups and the UN, with Human Rights Watch calling it a posterchild for the Middle East. The government s ongoing… …

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  • 96Philippines' Next Top Model, Cycle 1 — Infobox Television show name = Philippines Next Top Model Cycle 1 caption = Cycle 1 models: L R (top) Jen, Marj, Jayna, Elf, Weng, Gemma (middle) Bambi, Joy, Sarah, Rina (bottom) Mira, Raine, Grendel, Sheena format = Reality television runtime =… …

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  • 97Castañeda v. Pickard — The case of Castañeda v. Pickard was tried in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas in 1978. This case was filed against the Raymondville Independent School District (RISD) in Texas by Roy Castañeda, the father of… …

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  • 98Runyon v. McCrary — Infobox SCOTUS case Litigants = Runyon v. McCrary ArgueDate = April 26 ArgueYear = 1976 DecideDate = June 25 DecideYear = 1976 FullName = Runyon, et ux., dba Bobbe s School v. McCrary, et al. USVol = 427 USPage = 160 Citation = Prior = Subsequent …

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  • 99Montreal-Philippines cutlery controversy — The Montreal Philippines cutlery controversy was an international incident that arose in 2006, when a 7 year old boy of Filipino birth was repeatedly disciplined by authorities in his elementary school in the Montreal suburb of Roxboro, for using …

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  • 100Kush Pish — Khush Pish is the latest of terms usd in Morocco to describe a new category of aggressive and frusted population. the origins of the word is disputed, however there is a great similarity with the expression Les indoubekhish , which was massively… …

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