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  • 21Treason Act 1351 — Main article: High treason in the United Kingdom The Treason Act 1351 is an Act of the Parliament of England (25 Edw. III St. 5 c. 2) which attempted to codify all existing forms of treason. No new offences were created by the statute. [ The… …

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  • 22Dreaming of You (album) — Dreaming of You Studio album / Compilation album by Selena …

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  • 23Philippine Trademark Law — R.A. 8293, otherwise known as the Intellectual Property Code, defines a trademark as “any visible sign capable of distinguishing goods.” Early jurisprudence has taken it to mean “a sign, device or mark by which the articles produced or dealt in… …

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  • 24Japanese invasion money — Japanese Invasion Money, officially known as Southern Development Bank Notes, was currency issued by the Japanese Military Authority, in lieu of and in replacement of local currency after the conquest and subjugation of a nation state in World… …

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  • 25Numismatics — • The science of coins and medals Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Numismatics     Numismatics     † …

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  • 26counterfeit — [[t]ka͟ʊntə(r)fɪt[/t]] counterfeits, counterfeiting, counterfeited 1) ADJ: usu ADJ n Counterfeit money, goods, or documents are not genuine, but have been made to look exactly like genuine ones in order to deceive people. He admitted possessing… …

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  • 27counterfeit — I UK [ˈkaʊntə(r)fɪt] / US [ˈkaʊntərˌfɪt] adjective counterfeit bank notes, products, tickets etc are illegal copies made in order to trick people counterfeit £50 notes II UK [ˈkaʊntə(r)fɪt] / US [ˈkaʊntərˌfɪt] verb [transitive] Word forms… …

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  • 28Falsifiable — Fal si*fi a*ble, a. [Cf. OF. falsifiable.] 1. Capable of being falsified, counterfeited, or corrupted. Johnson. [1913 Webster] 2. able to be proven false, and therefore testable; as, most religious beliefs are not falsifiable, and are therefor… …

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  • 29Forgeries — Forgery For ger*y, n.; pl. {Forgeries}. [Cf. F. forgerie.] 1. The act of forging metal into shape. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Useless the forgery Of brazen shield and spear. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. The act of forging, fabricating, or producing… …

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  • 30Forgery — For ger*y, n.; pl. {Forgeries}. [Cf. F. forgerie.] 1. The act of forging metal into shape. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Useless the forgery Of brazen shield and spear. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. The act of forging, fabricating, or producing falsely; esp …

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  • 31Inimitable — In*im i*ta*ble, a. [L. inimitabilis: cf. F. inimitable. See {In } not, and {Imitable}.] Not capable of being imitated, copied, or counterfeited; beyond imitation; surpassingly excellent; matchless; unrivaled; exceptional; unique; as, an… …

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  • 32Inimitableness — Inimitable In*im i*ta*ble, a. [L. inimitabilis: cf. F. inimitable. See {In } not, and {Imitable}.] Not capable of being imitated, copied, or counterfeited; beyond imitation; surpassingly excellent; matchless; unrivaled; exceptional; unique; as,… …

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  • 33Inimitably — Inimitable In*im i*ta*ble, a. [L. inimitabilis: cf. F. inimitable. See {In } not, and {Imitable}.] Not capable of being imitated, copied, or counterfeited; beyond imitation; surpassingly excellent; matchless; unrivaled; exceptional; unique; as,… …

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  • 34authentic — adjective Etymology: Middle English autentik, from Anglo French, from Late Latin authenticus, from Greek authentikos, from authentēs perpetrator, master, from aut + hentēs (akin to Greek anyein to accomplish, Sanskrit sanoti he gains) Date: 14th… …

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  • 35Amber — is fossil tree resin, which is appreciated for its color and beauty. Good quality amber is used for the manufacture of ornamental objects and jewellery. Although not mineralized, it is often classified as a gemstone. A common misconception is… …

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  • 36Currency — For other uses, see Currency (disambiguation). Coins and banknotes are the two most common forms of currency. Pictured are several denominations of the euro …

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  • 37Isaac Newton — Sir Isaac Newton …

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  • 38Omaha hold 'em — A showdown in Omaha (high). Player on the left wins with three of a kind kings. Alternative name(s) Omaha Type Community card poker Players 2+, usually 2 9 …

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  • 39Transistor — For other uses, see Transistor (disambiguation). Assorted discrete transistors. Packages in order from top to bottom: TO 3, TO 126, TO 92, SOT 23 A transistor is a semiconductor device used to amplify and switch electronic signals and power. It… …

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  • 40Watermark — This article is about physical paper watermarks. For other uses, see Watermark (disambiguation). a 50 euro banknote held against light to show the watermark A watermark is a recognizable image or pattern in paper that appears as various shades of …

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