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  • 81 Afterlife — For other uses, see Afterlife (disambiguation). After death , Life after death , and Hereafter redirect here. For other uses, see After death (disambiguation), Life after death (disambiguation), and Hereafter (disambiguation). Ancient Egyptian… …

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  • 82 Athenian democracy — Part of the Politics series …

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  • 83 Book of Numbers — Hebrew Bible Tanakh …

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  • 84 Incest — This article is about the variable social/legal/religious/cultural infraction of sexual relations with close kin. For the biological act of reproducing with close kin, see inbreeding. For the descriptive term for blood related kin, see… …

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  • 85 Justice — is the concept of moral rightness based on ethics, rationality, law, natural law, fairness and equity. A conception of justice is one of the key features of society. Theories of justice vary greatly, but there is evidence that everyday views of… …

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  • 86 Murder — Murderer redirects here. For other uses, see Murderer (disambiguation). For other uses, see Murder (disambiguation) …

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  • 87 First 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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  • 88 Babylonian law — Archaeological material for the study of Babylonian law is singularly extensive. So called contracts exist in the thousands, including a great variety of deeds, conveyances, bonds, receipts, accounts, and most important of all, actual legal… …

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  • 89 Myrrha — This article is about the Greek myth. For other uses, see Myrrha (disambiguation) …

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  • 90 Punishment — The old village stocks in Chapeltown, Lancashire, England For other uses, see Punishment (disambiguation). Punishment is the authoritative imposition of something negative or unpleasant on a person or animal in response to behavior deemed wrong… …

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  • 91 Kimi ga Yo — ] Origin The lyrics first appeared in a poem anthology, Kokin Wakashū , as an anonymous poem. While anonymous poems were not uncommon at that time, and the author may have been in fact known, the anonymity might be because the author belonged to… …

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  • 92 Burglary — Burglar redirects here. For the comedy film, see Burglar (film). Criminal law …

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  • 93 Bedwetting — ICDO = OMIM = MedlinePlus = 003144 eMedicineSubj = ped eMedicineTopic = 689 MeshID = D053206Bedwetting is involuntary urination while asleep after the age at which bladder control would normally be anticipated. The medical term for this condition …

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  • 94 February 26 Incident — 1st Lt. Niu Yoshitada and his company on February 26, 1936 …

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  • 95 Blue Laws (Connecticut) — The Blue Laws of the Colony of Connecticut, as distinct from the generic term blue law that refers to any laws regulating activities on Sunday, were the initial statutes set up by the Gov. Theophilus Eaton with the assistance of the Rev. John… …

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  • 96 Constitutions of Clarendon — The Constitutions of Clarendon were a set of legislative procedures passed by Henry II of England in 1164. The Constitutions were composed of 16 articles and represent an attempt to restrict ecclesiastical privileges and curb the power of the… …

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  • 97 Phaedo — Plato s Phaedo (IPAEng|ˈfiːdoʊ, Greek: Φαίδων, Phaidon) is one of the great dialogues of his middle period, along with the Republic and the Symposium . The Phaedo is also Plato s fifth and last dialogue (the first four being Euthyphro , Apology …

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  • 98 Murali Kartik — Personal information Born 11 September 1976 (1976 09 11) (age 35) Madras (now Chennai), Tamil Nadu, India Height 6  …

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  • 99 Justice in France — Glossary and basic conceptsNote: There exist significant problems with applying non French terminology and concepts related to law and justice to the French justice system. For this reason, we shall define some of the words used in the rest of… …

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  • 100 Catholicism and Freemasonry — The Roman Catholic Church has long been an outspoken critic of Freemasonry, and has continually prohibited members from being Freemasons since In Eminenti Specula in 1739. Since the early 1700s, the Vatican has issued several papal bulls… …

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