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  • 41Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith — Classification Protestant Orientation Oneness Pentecostal Polity Episcopal Founder Robe …

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  • 421814 in Canada — See also: 1813 in Canada, other events of 1814, 1815 in Canada and the list of years in Canada . Events* March 3 The Governor refuses to suspend Chief Justices Sewell and Monk, on suggestion of one branch of the Legislature. James Stuart moves,… …

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  • 43Constitutional debate in Canada — Constitution of Canada This article is part of a series Constitutional history …

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  • 44Thomas Greenway — (March 25, 1838 – October 30, 1908) was a politician, merchant and farmer. He served as Premier of Manitoba, Canada, from 1888 to 1900. A Liberal, his ministry formally ended Manitoba s non partisan government, albeit that a de facto two party… …

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  • 45Constitution Act, 1867 — Constitution of Canada This article is part of a series Constitutional history …

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  • 46Corporate tax — Taxation An aspect of fiscal policy …

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  • 47Constitutional history of Canada — Constitution of Canada This article is part of a series Constitutional history …

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  • 48Jobcentre Plus — ( cy. Canolfan Byd Gwaith) is the government funded employment agency facility and the social security office for working age people in the United Kingdom. The agency was formed when the Employment Service, which operated Jobcentres and existed… …

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  • 49Publick Occurrences Both Forreign and Domestick — was the title of the first multi page newspaper published in the Americas. Before then, single page newspapers, called broadsides, were published in the English colonies and printed in Cambridge in 1689. The first edition was published September… …

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  • 50Calgary Declaration — The Calgary Declaration, also known as the Calgary Accord,[1] was an agreement made between most premiers of the provinces and territories of Canada regarding how to approach future amendments to the Constitution. It was signed in Calgary,… …

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  • 51Charles Augustus FitzRoy — Sir Charles FitzRoy KCH, KCB 11th Governor of Prince Edward Island In office 31 March 1837 – 2 November 1841 Monarch …

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  • 52Double aspect — For the theory of mind holding that the mental and the physical are two aspects of the same substance, see double aspect theory. Double aspect is a legal doctrine in Canadian constitutional law that allows for laws to be created by both… …

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  • 53Constitution of New Zealand — New Zealand This article is part of the series: Politics and government of New Zealand Constitution …

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  • 54Dialogue principle — In Canadian constitutional law, the dialogue principle is an approach to the interpretation of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms where judicial review of legislation is said to be part of a dialogue between the legislatures and the… …

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  • 55Cold War (1962–1979) — 1980 World map of alliances The Cold War (1962–1979) refers to the phase within the Cold War that spanned the period between the aftermath of the Cuban Missile Crisis in late October 1962, through the détente period beginning in 1969, to the end… …

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  • 56Criminal law under the Constitution Act, 1867 — In Canadian Constitutional law, the Constitution Act, 1867 provides the government with the authority to legislate on matters of criminal law and quasi criminal law. The primary criminal law power is granted to the federal government under… …

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  • 57LGBT rights in Australia — The recognition and rights of LGBT couples and individuals in Australia have gradually been increasing within the states and territories since the 1970s. Laws regarding sexual activity apply equally to same sex and heterosexual activity in all… …

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  • 58Business Contract Hire — Contract hire is a term used in the UK to describe a longer term (usually 2 years) RENTAL of a vehicle. There is a considerable industry the contract hire and leasing sector in the UK, with the largest current player being LEX a wholly owned… …

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  • 59List of Statutes of New Zealand (1980-present) — This is a list of New Zealand statutes from 1980 to present.For a list of statutes of New Zealand before 1980 see List of Statutes of New Zealand (1800 1980).1980s 1980 * Crimes (Internationally Protected Persons and Hostages) Act 1998 Amendment… …

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  • 60Félix Berenguer de Marquina — (1736, Alicante, Spain mdash;October 10, 1826, Alicante) was a Spanish naval officer, colonial official and, from April 30, 1800 to January 4, 1803, viceroy of New Spain.Origins and early careerBerenguer de Marquina was born in Spain of humble… …

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