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  • 121Andrew Jackson: Farewell Address — ▪ Primary Source              In his Farewell Address, written with the help of Chief Justice Roger B. Taney and delivered March 4, 1837, Andrew Jackson reviewed the accomplishments of his administration and explained the motivation of some of… …

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  • 122James Madison: Concerning Public Opinion — ▪ Primary Source              James Madison wrote a number of short political essays reflecting his concern for the new government he had helped to create and for the direction it would take in the future. The sovereign power of the United States …

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  • 123Knox, John — • Scotch Protestant leader, b. at Haddington, Scotland, between 1505 and 1515; d. at Edinburgh, 24 November, 1572 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Knox, John     John Kno …

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  • 124Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius — • A short work composed by St. Ignatius of Loyola and written originally in Spanish Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius     Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius …

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  • 125Asylums and Care For the Insane —     Asylums and Care for the Insane     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Asylums and Care for the Insane     During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries hospital care of the sick of all kinds and nursing fell to the lowest ebb in history (see… …

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  • 126John Knox —     John Knox     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► John Knox     Scotch Protestant (Protestantism) leader, b. at Haddington, Scotland, between 1505 and 1515; d. at Edinburgh, 24 November, 1572. All the older biographies assign his birth to 1505, but… …

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  • 127counterfeit — coun·ter·feit 1 / kau̇n tər ˌfit/ adj [Middle French contrefait, past participle of contrefaire to imitate, draw, paint, from contre counter + faire to make]: made in imitation of a genuine article (as a document) without authorization and esp.… …

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  • 128outside — 1. noun /ˌaʊtˈsaɪd/ a) The part of something that faces out; the outer surface. Silenes of old were little boxes, like those we now may see in the shops of apothecaries, painted on the outside with wanton toyish figures, as harpies, satyrs,… …

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  • 129forgeable — adjective a) That can be forged (shaped under heat and pressure). b) That can be forged (counterfeited) …

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  • 130ID hologram — noun A type of treatment of ID cards to protect them against being counterfeited …

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  • 131Australian two-dollar coin — Two dollars Australia Value 2.00 AUD Mass  6.60 g Diameter  20.50 mm Thickness  3.20 mm …

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  • 132Comics Guaranty — LLC Type Private Industry Collectibles Founded Parsippany, New Jersey (January 4, 2000) Headquarters …

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  • 134Early American currency — Front and back of a three pence bill of Pennsylvania currency, printed by John Dunlap in 1777 …

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  • 136Capital offences in the People's Republic of China — In the People s Republic of China there are 55[1] criminal offences that are eligible for the death penalty. Many of these offences are non violent and economic criminal offences. The following are just a few of them. Contents 1 Crimes of… …

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  • 137Deception (criminal law) — Deception was a legal term of art used in the definition of statutory offences in England and Wales and Northern Ireland. It is a legal term of art in the Republic of Ireland. Until 2007, in England and Wales, the main deception offences were… …

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  • 138Democratic vice presidential nomination of 1944 — The Democratic Party s 1944 nomination for Vice President of the United States was determined on July 21, 1944, when United States Senator Harry S. Truman was nominated to be President Franklin D. Roosevelt s running mate in his bid to be re… …

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  • 139Archbishopric of Bremen — Prince Archbishopric of Bremen Erzstift Bremen State of the Holy Roman Empire ← …

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  • 140Don Finlay — Medal record Squadron Leader Don Finlay on his Spitfire IIA, 41 Squadron, RAF Hornchurch, November 1940 Men s athletics Competitor for …

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