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  • 121 Apostolic Succession — • Article claims that Apostolic succession is found in the Catholic Church and not in others Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Apostolic Succession     Apostolic Succession …

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  • 122 Danish Act of Succession referendum, 2009 — Denmark This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Denmark …

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  • 123 The Benedictine Order —     The Benedictine Order     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Benedictine Order     The Benedictine Order comprises monks living under the Rule of St. Benedict, and commonly known as black monks . The order will be considered in this article under… …

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  • 124 The Order of Christ Sophia — (OCS) is a Christian organization that was founded in 1999. The OCS describes itself as a holy order and spiritual school that offers training in the doctrines of Christian mysticism.[1] The OCS shares beliefs with two very distinct movements,… …

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  • 125 Military Order of Calatrava —     Military Order of Calatrava     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Military Order of Calatrava     Founded in Castile, in the twelfth century, as a military branch of the great Cistercian family.     In the Cistercian Order, then only recently formed… …

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  • 126 Apostolic Succession — is the concept in Christianity that the succession of bishops, in uninterrupted lines, is historically traceable back to the original twelve apostles [Oskar Sommel, Rudolf Stählin Christliche Religion, Frankfurt 1960, 19] Within Catholic… …

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  • 127 History of the British line of succession — A history of the British line of succession, showing its state immediately prior to the death of each monarch. Normally, only the first ten people are listed here. Ethelred the UnreadyOn the day of Ethelred the Unready s death, 23rd April, 1016,… …

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  • 128 Line of succession to the Belgian throne — Belgium uses full (lineal) equal primogeniture; since 1991 males and females have equal rights of succession but this only counts for the offspring of King Albert II, effectively barring the female descended offspring of Leopold II, Albert I and… …

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  • 129 Typhonian Order — Thelema Category:Thelema Core topics The Book of the Law Aleister Crowley True Will · …

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  • 130 Hadith of the succession of Abu Bakr — A hadith, a famous recorded oral tradition among Muslims, relates the succession to Abu Bakr, the second Sunni Caliph. Although the narration is prominently quoted and referred to, it is not given any formal name, in contrast to other hadith such …

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  • 131 War of the Spanish Succession — Philip V of Spain and the Duke of Vendôme commanded the Franco Spanish charge at the Battle of Villaviciosa by Jean Alaux (1840) …

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  • 132 Conflict of succession laws — Conflict of laws Preliminiarie …

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  • 133 New Order (Neo-Nazi group) — For other uses, see New Order (disambiguation). This series is linked to the Politics and Elections series Part of the Politics series on …

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  • 134 Line of succession to the French throne (Bonapartist) — and his sympathisers until 1924. Today there is only one claimant left. Origins of the French Empire The French empire, commonly known as the French Empire or the Napoleonic Empire, consisted of two periods of French history, when the form of… …

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  • 135 Line of succession to the Spanish throne — Spain uses the same system of (male preference) primogeniture as the United Kingdom. Male children of a parent succeed before female, and otherwise in order of age. If descent from male children of a parent does not exist (ever or any longer),… …

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  • 136 intestate succession — see succession Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. intestate succession …

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  • 137 Danish Act of Succession — The Danish Act of Succession of March 27, 1953[1] was accepted after a 1953 referendum in Denmark and dictates the rules governing the Line of succession to the Danish Throne. The 1953 referendum changed the act so that it became possible for a… …

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  • 138 Line of succession to the throne of Luxembourg — Present monarch: HRH Grand Duke Henri (since October 7, 2000), born 1955# HRH Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume, eldest son of the Grand Duke, born 1981 # HRH Prince Félix, second son of the Grand Duke, born 1984 # HRH Prince Sébastien, fourth son… …

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  • 139 Dominican Order — For the Caribbean nation, see Dominican people. Order of Preachers Ordo Praedicatorum Abbreviation OP, Dominicans, Blackfriars Motto …

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  • 140 Venerable Order of Saint John — This article is about the order after its revival in the 19th century. For the original Order of St. John, see Knights Hospitaller. Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem Insignia of a Member of the Order of St John …

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