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  • 101act — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. & v. See action, drama, conduct, affectation, representation, rule. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [An action] Syn. action, deed, performance, exploit; see action 2 . 2. [An official or legal s …

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  • 102Brussels — Infobox Settlement name = Brussels native name = Bruxelles fr icon Brussel nl icon official name = Brussels Capital Region nickname = Capital of Europe, Comic city [cite web |last=City Data |authorlink=City Data |title=Brussels… …

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  • 103United States Constitution — P …

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  • 104Section Thirty-three of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms — Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms Part of the Constitution Act, 1982. Preamble …

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  • 105Law of Canada — The Canadian legal system has its foundation in the British common law system, inherited from being a former colony of the United Kingdom and later a member of the Commonwealth of Nations. Quebec, however, still retains a civil system for issues… …

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  • 106Manitoba Schools Question — The Wood Lake School, 1896 The Manitoba Schools Question was a political crisis in the Canadian Province of Manitoba that occurred late in the 19th century, involving publicly funded separate schools for Roman Catholics and Protestants. The… …

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  • 107United States v. Morrison — Supreme Court of the United States Argued January 11, 2000 Decided May 15 …

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  • 108Timeline of LGBT history — [ thumb|250px|Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, 1825–1895, a pioneer of the LGBT rights movement] Timeline of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) history NOTOC *Homosexual rights during the 20th century: **1900s 1910s 1920s 1930s 1940s 1950s 1960s …

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  • 109Preamble to the United States Constitution — We the People redirects here. For other uses, see We the People (disambiguation). United States of America This artic …

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  • 110Anti-Secession Law — The Anti Secession Law (simplified Chinese: 反分裂国家法; traditional Chinese: 反分裂國家法; pinyin: Fǎn Fēnliè Guójiā Fǎ) is a law of the People s Republic of China. It was passed by the third conference of the 10th National People s Congress of the People… …

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  • 111Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination — ICERD International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination Signed 7 March 1966[1] Location New York[1] Effective 4 January 1969[1] Co …

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  • 112March 2005 in India — NOTOC March 2005 : January February March April May June July August September October November DecemberEvents in India This page deals with current events in or relating to India. March 29, 2005* The BSE Sensex crashes by 143 points due to the… …

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  • 113Legal history of China — The origin of the current law of the People s Republic of China can be traced back to the period of the early 1930s, during the establishment of the Chinese Soviet Republic. In 1931 the first supreme court was established. Though the contemporary …

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  • 114Sales taxes in the United States — are a tax added onto the price of goods or services that are purchased in the United States. A sales tax is a tax on consumption, which is displayed as a percentage of the sale price. Sales taxes are assessed by every state except Alaska,… …

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  • 115Domestic partnership in the United States — Legal recognition of same sex relationships Marriage Argentina Belgium Canada Iceland Netherlands Norway Portugal South Africa Spain Sweden …

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  • 116Dares of MTV's Fear — This article contains a list of dares performed in the show MTV s Fear. Not all the episodes are yet listed here, but the ones listed here show a complete list of dares in the show. Contents 1 The Dares 1.1 West Virginia State Penitentiary 1.2 St …

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  • 117Section 51(xxxvii) of the Australian Constitution — permits the Commonwealth to legislate on matters referred to the Commonwealth by any state. As Australia is a federation, both states and the Commonwealth have legislative power, and the Australian constitution limits Commonwealth power (see… …

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  • 118Philippine legal codes — Codification of laws is a common practice in the Philippines. Many general areas of substantive law, such as criminal law, civil law and labor law are governed by legal codes.Tradition of codificationCodification is predominant in countries that… …

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  • 119Earth jurisprudence — is a philosophy of law and human governance that is based on the idea that humans are only one part of a wider community of beings and that the welfare of each member of that community is dependent on the welfare of the Earth as a whole.cite… …

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  • 120Wild law — The term ‘wild law’ was first coined by Cormac Cullinan, to refer to human laws that are consistent with Earth jurisprudence. [citation|title=Discovering the meaning of Earth jurisprudence|publisher= Legalbrief… …

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