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  • 61 Order of Corporate Reunion — The Order of Corporate Reunion is an ecumenical and interdenominational association of clergy and laity of Anglican origin, founded by Frederick George Lee, Thomas Mossman and Joseph Seccombe in London in 1874. The Order of Corporate Reunion… …

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  • 62 succession — noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French or Latin; Anglo French, from Latin succession , successio, from succedere Date: 14th century 1. a. the order in which or the conditions under which one person after another succeeds to a property …

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  • 63 Order to expel barbarians — An 1861 image expressing the Joi (攘夷, Expell the Barbarians ) sentiment …

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  • 64 order — Series Se ries, n. [L. series, fr. serere, sertum, to join or bind together; cf. Gr. ??? to fasten, Skr. sarit thread. Cf. {Assert}, {Desert} a solitude, {Exert}, {Insert}, {Seraglio}.] 1. A number of things or events standing or succeeding in… …

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  • 65 succession — suc•ces•sion [[t]səkˈsɛʃ ən[/t]] n. 1) the coming of one person or thing after another in order or in the course of events 2) a number of persons or things following one another in order 3) the right, act, or process by which one person succeeds… …

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  • 66 order — I. n. 1. Method, regularity, symmetry, regular arrangement, disposition. 2. Fit condition, proper state. 3. Regulation, rule, canon, prescription, law, standing rule. 4. Regular government, public tranquillity, peace, quiet, discipline. 5.… …

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  • 67 Succession (geology) — A group of rock units or strata that succeed one another in chronological order. Rock successions are often easily seen on exposed sections of a geological column or wall …

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  • 68 succession — suc·ces·sion || sÉ™k seʃn n. progression, sequence, series; order in which one person takes the place of another; process through which an individual takes on the position or property of another …

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  • 69 succession —   The act or process of following in order or sequence; in cycads, pertaining to the manner of production of cones as a diagnostic trait in certain species groups within Encephalartos (sensu Vorster, 2004) …

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  • 70 succession — n 1. order, sequence, consecution, progression, gradation, step; series, procession, following, consecutiveness, suite; cycle, round, rotation, turn, catenation, concatenation; course, flow, run, chain, train; continuity, continuousness,… …

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  • 71 United States presidential line of succession — The United States presidential line of succession defines who may become or act as President of the United States upon the incapacity, death, resignation, or removal from office (by impeachment and subsequent conviction) of a sitting president or …

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  • 72 Japanese succession controversy — The Japanese imperial succession controversy refers to desires to change the laws of succession to the Japanese Imperial Throne, which is currently limited to males of the imperial family. Overview Traditionally, the imperial throne was passed on …

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  • 73 Monaco Succession Crisis of 1918 — The Monaco Succession Crisis of 1918 arose because France objected to the prospect of a German national inheriting the throne of Monaco, a nation which neighboured France on its Mediterranean coast. Albert I, Sovereign Prince of Monaco had only… …

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  • 74 Line of succession to the Swedish throne — In 1980 Sweden adopted equal primogeniture, meaning that the eldest child of the monarch, regardless of gender, takes precedence in the line of succession. Sweden had previously (since 1810) used agnatic primogeniture, meaning that only males… …

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  • 75 Matrilineal succession — is a form of hereditary succession or other inheritance through which the subject s female relatives are traced back in a matrilineal line. Contents 1 Systems 2 Other examples 2.1 Matrilineal succession in Africa …

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  • 76 Line of succession to the Norwegian throne — In 1990 the Norwegian constitution was altered, granting equal primogeniture to the Norwegian throne, meaning that the eldest child, regardless of gender, takes precedence in the line of succession. Since this was not done retroactively, the… …

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  • 77 Imperial Firman Relative to Hereditary Succession — The Imperial Firman Relative to Hereditary Succession was a firman (i.e. decree) issued by the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire Abdülaziz on 17 May 1866 at the request of Isma il Pasha, the wāli (i.e. governor) of Egypt, which was then an Ottoman… …

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  • 78 Line of succession to the former throne of Württemberg — Part of a series on Orders of succession Former monarchies …

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  • 79 Russian law of succession 1797 — Russian law of succession was signed by Paul I of Russia it established strict order of succession by proclaiming that the eldest son shall inherit the throne. By doing this, Paul insisted on semi Salic order of succession in effect excluding… …

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  • 80 Line of hereditary succession — Successor to hereditary title, property, office or like, in case of the hereditacy being indivisible, goes to one person at a time. There are also other sorts of order of succession than hereditary succession (such as line of non hereditary… …

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