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  • 141Glossary of philosophical isms — This is a list of topics relating to philosophy that end in ism . compactTOC NOTOC A * Absolutism – the position that in a particular domain of thought, all statements in that domain are either absolutely true or absolutely false: none is true… …

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  • 142Humanitarian intervention — Since 2002, the European Union has intervened abroad sixteen times in three different continents under the doctrine of humanitarian intervention. Humanitarian intervention refers to a state using military force against another state when the… …

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  • 143Gonda district — is one of the districts of Uttar Pradesh, India, and Gonda town is the district headquarters. It is also headquarters of the Devipatan Division. The district lies between 26º 47 and 27º 20 north latitude and 81º 30 and 82º 46 east longitude The… …

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  • 144The Idler (1758–1760) — This article is about the 18th century series of essays. For other publications called The Idler, see The Idler (disambiguation). The Idler was a series of 103 essays, all but twelve of them by Samuel Johnson, published in the London weekly the… …

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  • 145Simon of Cramaud — Simon de Cramaud (c. 1345 – January 19, 1423, in Poitiers) was a Catholic bishop, titular Latin Patriarch of Alexandria, and cardinal during the Great Western Schism of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. [This article is based on information …

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  • 146Christian debate on persecution and toleration — This article gives a historical overview of Christian positions on Persecution of Christians and the History of persecutions by Christians, and more generically on religious persecution and toleration. Christian theologians like Augustine of… …

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  • 147Futa Helu — ʻIlaisa Futa ʻi Haʻangana Helu Full name ʻIlaisa Futa ʻi Haʻangana Helu Born 17 June 1934(1934 06 17) Died 2 February 2010(2010 02 02) (aged 75) …

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  • 148Argentine Constitution of 1853 — The Argentine Constitution of 1853 was the first constitution of Argentina, approved with the support of the governments of the provinces mdash;though without that of the Buenos Aires Province, who remained separated of the Argentine… …

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  • 149List of Code Geass episodes — Code Geass DVD released in Japan. This is a list of episodes for the Sunrise anime television series Code Geass. Code Geass officially premiered on the Mainichi Broadcasting System (MBS) television network on October 15, 2006.[1 …

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  • 150Penal Code (Singapore) — The Penal Code of Singapore [Singapore Statute | c ed = 1985] sets out general principles of the criminal law of Singapore, as well as the elements and penalties of common criminal offences such as homicide, theft and cheating. The Penal Code… …

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  • 151Colonial Nigeria — History of Nigeria This article is part of a series Prehistory …

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  • 152Your Neighbor's Son — Infobox Film name = Your Neighbor s Son director = Jørgen Flindt Pedersen Erik Stephensen producer = Ebbe Preisler cinematography = Alexander Gruszynski editing = Peter Engleson released = 1976/1981 runtime = 55/65 minutes, NR language = Greek,… …

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  • 153Yakus v. United States — Infobox SCOTUS case Litigants = Yakus v. United States ArgueDate = January 7 ArgueYear = 1944 DecideDate = March 27 DecideYear = 1944 FullName = Albert Yakus v. United States USVol = 321 USPage = 414 Citation = Prior = Subsequent = Holding = An… …

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  • 154The Witch Doctor — infobox Book | name = The Witch Doctor title orig = translator = image caption = The Witch Doctor cover author = Christopher Stasheff illustrator = cover artist = country = United States language = English series = A Wizard in Rhyme genre =… …

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  • 155A Few Words on Non-Intervention — is a short essay by the philosopher, politician and economist, John Stuart Mill. It was written in 1859 in the context of the construction of the Suez Canal and the recent Crimean War. The essay addresses the question of under what circumstances… …

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  • 156administrative law — the body of rules and principles that governs the duties and operations of federal or state administrative agencies, as commissions and boards. [1890 95] * * * Law regulating the powers, procedures, and acts of public administration. It applies… …

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  • 157Baptist — /bap tist/, n. 1. a member of a Christian denomination that baptizes believers by immersion and that is usually Calvinistic in doctrine. 2. (l.c.) a person who baptizes. 3. the Baptist. See John the Baptist. adj. 4. Also, Baptistic. of or… …

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  • 158Charlemagne — /shahr leuh mayn /; Fr. /shannrdd leuh mannn yeu/, n. ( Charles the Great ) A.D. 742 814, king of the Franks 768 814; as Charles I, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 800 814. * * * or Carolus Magnus ( Charles the Great ) born April 2, c. 742 died… …

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  • 159coerce — coercer, n. coercible, adj. /koh errs /, v.t., coerced, coercing. 1. to compel by force, intimidation, or authority, esp. without regard for individual desire or volition: They coerced him into signing the document. 2. to bring about through the… …

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  • 160demand — demandable, adj. demander, n. /di mand , mahnd /, v.t. 1. to ask for with proper authority; claim as a right: He demanded payment of the debt. 2. to ask for peremptorily or urgently: He demanded sanctuary. She demanded that we let her in. 3. to… …

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