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  • 161 Apostolical succession — Apostolic Ap os*tol ic, Apostolical Ap os*tol ic*al, a. [L. apostolicus, Gr. ?: cf. F. apostolique.] 1. Pertaining to an apostle, or to the apostles, their times, or their peculiar spirit; as, an apostolical mission; the apostolic age. [1913… …

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  • 162 Rule of succession — In probability theory, the rule of succession is a formula introduced in the 18th century by Pierre Simon Laplace in the course of treating the sunrise problem.The formula is still used, particularly to estimate underlying probabilities for… …

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  • 163 Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 — Parliament of the United Kingdom Long title An Act to make further provision in relation to criminal justice (including employment in the prison service); to amend or extend the criminal law and powers for pr …

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  • 164 Peruvian presidential line of succession — The presidential line of succession who may become or act as Constitutional President of the Republic of Peru upon the incapacity, resignation, death or by judge trial of a current President. Current order The Presidential line of succession, as… …

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  • 165 Brazilian presidential line of succession — The presidential line of succession defines who may become or act as Constitutional President of the Republic of Brazil upon the incapacity, resignation, death or by judge trial of a current President. Current order The Presidential line of… …

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  • 166 Portuguese presidential line of succession — The Portuguese presidential line of succession defines who may become or act as Constitutional President of the Portuguese Republic upon the incapacity, resignation, death or by judge trial of a current President. In case the president dies or… …

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  • 167 Sri Lankan presidential line of succession — The presidential line of succession who may become or act as President of Sri Lanka upon the incapacity, resignation or death of a current President. Current order The Presidential line of succession, as specified by the Constitution is …

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  • 168 chronological succession — noun a following of one thing after another in time the doctor saw a sequence of patients • Syn: ↑sequence, ↑chronological sequence, ↑succession, ↑successiveness • Derivationally related forms: ↑successive ( …

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  • 169 in order — Synonyms and related words: by stages, fixed, hierarchically, in apple pie order, in commission, in condition, in fine fettle, in good condition, in good form, in good shape, in good trim, in kilter, in repair, in sequence, in series, in shape,… …

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  • 170 Gettysburg Union order of battle — The following units and commanders fought in the Battle of Gettysburg of the American Civil War on the Union side. The Gettysburg Confederate order of battle is shown separately. When multiple names of commanders are shown, this indicates the… …

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  • 171 Gettysburg Confederate order of battle — The following units and commanders fought in the Battle of Gettysburg on the Confederate side. The Gettysburg Union order of battle is shown separately. When multiple names of commanders are shown, this indicates the succession of command through …

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  • 172 Indian order of precedence — v · d · e Orders of precedence …

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  • 173 Sri Lankan order of precedence — The Order of Precedence in Sri Lanka the protocol list at which Sri Lankan government officials are seated according to their rank. This is not the list of succession. *The President * The Prime Minister * The Speaker of the Parliament *… …

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  • 174 Finnish order of precedence — The Finnish order of precedence is a nominal and symbolic hierarchy of important positions within the government of Finland. It has no legal standing, it does not reflect the Finnish presidential line of succession or the co equal status of the… …

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  • 175 Line of succession to the Brazilian throne — The Brazilian monarchy came to an end in 1889 following a military coup which overthrew Emperor Pedro II. The current headship of the Imperial house is in dispute between Prince Luís of Orléans Braganza and Prince Pedro Carlos of Orléans Braganza …

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  • 176 Line of succession to the Lesothan throne — The Succession to the throne of Lesotho is laid down in Chapter V of the African kingdoms constitution. The current King is Letsie III Chapter V Article 45 of Lesotho s constitution reads that:(1) The College of Chiefs may at any time designate,… …

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  • 177 Bavarian Succession, War of the — (1778–79) Conflict in which Frederick II of Prussia prevented Joseph II of Austria from acquiring Bavaria. After the death of the Bavarian elector Maximilian Joseph (1727–77), his successor, Charles Theodore (1724–99), ceded Lower Bavaria to… …

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  • 178 rapport a succession — In French law and in Louisiana, a proceeding similar to hotchpot; the restoration to the succession of such property as the heir may have received by way of advancement from the decedent, in order that an even division may be made among all the… …

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  • 179 temporal order — noun arrangement of events in time • Syn: ↑temporal arrangement • Hypernyms: ↑temporal property • Hyponyms: ↑sequence, ↑chronological sequence, ↑succession, ↑ …

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  • 180 European Enforcement Order — The European Enforcement Order is a method of enforcing foreign judgments within the European Union without the need of any intermediate proceedings, such as exequatur. The procedure was established by Council Regulation (EC) 805/2004 of 21 April …

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