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  • 181UCSB Multicultural Center — The UCSB Multicultural Center (MCC) was formed in 1987 by colored people [http://mcc.sa.ucsb.edu/About/MissionStatement.aspx Multicultural Center s Mission Statement] ] , as a from racism. Eventually, the MCC broadened its mission statement to… …

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  • 182John A. Gordon — Infobox Military Person name=John A. Gordon born= birth year and age|1946 died= caption=General John A. Gordon nickname= placeofbirth=Jefferson City, Missouri placeofdeath= placeofburial= allegiance= United States of America branch= United States …

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  • 183Rabee Al-Madkhali — Infobox Philosopher region = Saudi Arabian scholar era = Modern era color = #B0C4DE image caption = Saudi Arabia name = Dr. Rabee Ibn Haadee Umayr al Madkhalee birth = 1931 death = Alive school tradition = Sunni main interests = influences =… …

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  • 184Therapeutic hypothermia — This article is about deliberately induced cooling. For the adverse condition of Hypothermia, see Hypothermia. Therapeutic hypothermia Intervention ICD 10 PCS 6A4 OPS 301 code …

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  • 185Rationale for the War on Terrorism — Operative definition in U.S. foreign policy= The United States has defined terrorism under the Federal Criminal Code. Chapter 113B of Part I of Title 18 of the Code defines terrorism and lists the crimes associated with it. [CRIMES AND CRIMINAL… …

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  • 186Somaly Mam Foundation — The Somaly Mam Foundation is inspired by its current President and spokesperson, Somaly Mam. Somaly, a former victim, is one of the most prolific activists fighting sexual slavery today. Her organization AFESIP has helped rescue and rehabilitate… …

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  • 187Helsinki Headline Goal — The Helsinki Headline Goal was a military capability target set for 2003 during the December 1999 Helsinki European Council meeting.Gustav LINDSTROM, The Headline Goal , April 2006, [http://www.weltpolitik.net/attachment/0644a930ba1074b5cca2acd480… …

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  • 188Archipelago of the Recherche — is a group of 105 islands, and over 1200 obstacles to shipping , off the southern coast of Western Australia. The islands, also known as the Recherche Archipelago, stretch convert|230|km|mi|0 from East to West and to convert|50|km|mi|0 off… …

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  • 189Wayne Gerard Trotman — Wayne Gerard Lionel Trotman (born 16 May 1964, San Fernando, Trinidad), is a British independent filmmaker, writer, composer and producer of electronic music.Formative yearsOn 16 May, 1964, Wayne Gerard Trotman was born in San Fernando, Trinidad …

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  • 190EQUAL Community Initiative — EQUAL is the ‘Community Initiative’ within the European Social Fund of the European Union. It concerns “transnational co operation to promote new means of combating all forms of discrimination and inequalities in connection with the labour… …

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  • 191Mansehra Jihad training camp — The Mansehra Jihad training camp in Qandahar is asserted by Joint Task Force Guantanamo analysts to have been an Afghan training camp tied to terrorism.[1][2] Colonel Joseph Felter and his colleagues at the Combating Terrorism Center at the… …

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  • 192Salzburg Forum — The Salzburg Forum (SF), or Salzburg Group, is a cooperation between the regional Interior Ministers of eight European countries. It was founded by the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Austria in 2000. The countries currently meeting are… …

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  • 193Marie Dominique Bouix — (b. 15 May 1808, at Bagnères de Bigorre, in the diocese of Tarbes; d. at Montech, France, 26 December 1870) was a French Jesuit canon lawyer. His life was a long battle with Gallicanism. He has been called the restorer of canon law in France.… …

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  • 194Dominican Republic–United States relations — Dominican Republic – United States relations Dominican Republic …

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  • 195India–Russia relations — India Russian relations refers to the bilateral relations between Republic of India and Russian Federation. During the Cold War, India and Soviet Union enjoyed strong strategic, military, economic and diplomatic relationship. After the collapse… …

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  • 196John Milner (bishop) — John Milner (born in London, 14 October1752: died at Wolverhampton, 19 April1826) was an English Catholic bishop and writer.Early lifeAt the age of twelve he went to Sedgley Park School, but the following year he was sent by Bishop Challoner to… …

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  • 197Dwight W. Allen — Born August 1, 1931 Residence Aurora, Colorado. Retired, July 2008 Education B.A. Stanford University M.A. Stanford University Ed. D. Stanford University Occupation Professor, Eminent Scholar of Educational Reform, Author …

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  • 198Frederick I. Moxley — Infobox Scientist box width = 300px name = Frederick I. Moxley image size = caption = birth date = birth place = death date = death place = residence = United States citizenship = American fields = Network Science Computer Science Microbial… …

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  • 199Alan Dutton — is a member of the [http://www.stopracism.ca Canadian Anti racism Education and Research Society] . He is an expert on the impact of racism on individuals, institutions and society and specializes in methods to help youth recover from recruitment …

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  • 200Mines Advisory Group — Type Non Governmental Organisation Industry Landmine relief Founded 1989 Headquarters …

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