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  • 121David Hume — For other people named David Hume, see David Hume (disambiguation). David Hume David Hume Born 7 May 1711(1711 05 07) Edinburgh, Scotland Died 25 August 1776( …

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  • 122List of Latin words with English derivatives — This is a list of Latin words with derivatives in English (and other modern languages). Ancient orthography did not distinguish between i and j or between u and v. Many modern works distinguish u from v but not i from j. In this article both… …

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  • 123Article Two of the United States Constitution — wikisource|Constitution of the United States of America#Article II|Article Two of the United States ConstitutionArticle Two of the United States Constitution creates the executive branch of the government, comprising the President and other… …

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  • 124First Amendment to the United States Constitution — First Amendment redirects here. For other uses, see First Amendment (disambiguation). United States of America This a …

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  • 125Ninth Amendment to the United States Constitution — United States of America This article is part of the series: United States Constitution Original text of the Constitution Preamble Articles of the Constitution I · …

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  • 126Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution — United States of America …

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  • 127Seventeenth Amendment to the United States Constitution — United States of America This article is part of the series: United States Constitution Original text of the Constitution …

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  • 128Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution — United States of America This article is part of the series: United States Constitution …

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  • 129United States Declaration of Independence — Declaration of Independence redirects here. For the type of document generally, see Declaration of independence. For the painting, see Trumbull s Declaration of Independence. United States Declaration of Independence …

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  • 130Due process — is the legal code that the state must venerate all of the legal rights that are owed to a person under the principle. Due process balances the power of the state law of the land and thus protects individual persons from it. When a government… …

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  • 131Curtis LeMay — Curtis Emerson LeMay Nickname Old Iron Pants , Bombs Away LeMay B …

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  • 132Twenty-seventh Amendment to the United States Constitution — United States of America This article is part of the series: United States Constitution Original text of the Constitution Preamble Articles of the Constitution I · …

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  • 133Congressional power of enforcement — A Congressional power of enforcement is included in a number of amendments to the United States Constitution. The language The Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation is used, with slight variations, in… …

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  • 134Umar — For other uses, see Omar (disambiguation). Umar ibn al Khattab Caliph Umar s empire at its peak, 644 Al Farooq Reign …

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  • 135Dormant Commerce Clause — The Dormant Commerce Clause, also known as the Negative Commerce Clause, is a legal doctrine that courts in the United States have inferred from the Commerce Clause in Article I of the United States Constitution. The Commerce Clause expressly… …

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  • 136Henry Phillpotts — (1778 ndash;1869), Bishop of Exeter or Henry of Exeter, as he was often called, was England s longest serving bishop since the 12th century, (1830 ndash;1869), one of the most striking figures in the English Church of the 19th century and one of… …

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  • 137Stamp Act 1765 — Duties in American Colonies Act 1765 Parliament of Great Britain Long title An act for granting and applying certain stamp duties, and other duties, in the British colonies and plantations in America, towards further defraying the expences o …

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  • 138Thomas Gaisford — (December 22, 1779 June 2, 1855) was an English classical scholar.He was born at Iford Manor, Wiltshire, and entered the University of Oxford in 1797, becoming successively student and tutor of Christ Church. In 1811 he was appointed Regius… …

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  • 139Master of the Queen's Music — (or Master of the King s Music) is a post in the Royal Household of the Sovereign of the United Kingdom. The holder of the post originally served the monarch of England. The post is roughly comparable to that of Poet Laureate. It is given to… …

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  • 140Sweden during late 19th century — Politics in the New Riksdag See also: Politics of Sweden The economic condition of Sweden, owing to the progress in material prosperity which had taken place in the country as the result of the Franco Prussian War, was at the accession of Oscar… …

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