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  • 61Junk Fax Prevention Act of 2005 — The Junk Fax Prevention Act (JFPA) of 2005, Pub L. No. 109 21, 119 Stat. 359 (2005), was passed by the United States Congress and signed into law by President George W. Bush on July 9, 2005. [http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2005/07/2005071… …

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  • 62Single Wicket — cricket is probably the oldest form of the game because it involves individuals contesting against each other. Single wicket has known periods of huge success when it was more popular than the eleven a side version of cricket. It was especially… …

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  • 63Transportation in Markham, Ontario — The Town of Markham in Ontario, Canada, offers a complex transportation infrastructure. These include airports, highways, public transit, regional roads, municipality funded roads, and train services.AirDue to Markham s proximity to Toronto,… …

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  • 64Gun politics in Germany — Part of the Politics series Gun politics by country Australia …

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  • 65Conversion (law) — For other uses of the word conversion , see Conversion. Conversion is a common law tort. A conversion is a voluntary act by one person inconsistent with the ownership rights of another.[1] It is a tort of strict liability.[2] Its criminal… …

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  • 66Erhardt v. Boaro, (113 U.S. 527) — SCOTUSCase Litigants=Erhardt v. Boaro ArgueDate=January 14 ArgueYear=1885 DecideDate=March 2 DecideYear=1885 FullName=Erhardt v. Boaro USVol=113 USPage=527 Citation= Prior= Subsequent= Holding= SCOTUS=1882 1887 Majority= JoinMajority= LawsApplied …

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  • 67alien — /ayl yeuhn, ay lee euhn/, n. 1. a resident born in or belonging to another country who has not acquired citizenship by naturalization (distinguished from citizen). 2. a foreigner. 3. a person who has been estranged or excluded. 4. a creature from …

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  • 68intitule — intitulation, n. /in tit yoohl/, v.t., intituled, intituling. Brit. to give a title to (a legislative act, etc.); entitle. [1375 1425; < LL intitulare, deriv. of titulus TITLE (see IN 2); r. late ME entitulen < MF entituler < LL, as above; cf.&#8230; …

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  • 69warrant — warrantless, adj. /wawr euhnt, wor /, n. 1. authorization, sanction, or justification. 2. something that serves to give reliable or formal assurance of something; guarantee, pledge, or security. 3. something considered as having the force of a&#8230; …

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  • 70Roger B. Taney: Dred Scott v. Sandford (1857) — ▪ Primary Source       By the mid 1850s there existed a widespread feeling that the slavery question, which Congress had been unable to resolve, should be dealt with by the courts; and President Buchanan, in his inaugural address (March 4, 1857) …

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  • 71Divorce (in Civil Jurisprudence) —     Divorce (in Civil Jurisprudence)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Divorce (in Civil Jurisprudence)     Divorce is defined in jurisprudence as the dissolution or partial suspension by law of the marriage relation (Bouvier s Law Dictionary).&#8230; …

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  • 72cause of action — 1: the grounds (as violation of a right) that entitle a plaintiff to bring a suit an amended pleading reiterating a cause of action for lost profits J. H. Friedenthal et al.; also: the part of a suit brought on those grounds removed the cause of&#8230; …

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  • 73complaint — com·plaint n 1: the initial pleading that starts a lawsuit and that sets forth the allegations made by the plaintiff against the defendant and the plaintiff s demand for relief see also prayer, process, well pleaded complaint rule compare …

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  • 74demurrer — de·mur·rer /di mər ər/ n [Anglo French, from demurrer to file a demurrer, literally, to stay, dwell, delay, from Old French demorer, from Latin demorari to delay]: a plea in response to an allegation (as in a complaint or indictment) that admits&#8230; …

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  • 75mistake — mis·take n 1: an unintentional error esp. in legal procedure or form that does not indicate bad faith and that commonly warrants excuse or relief by the court the court s power to revise a judgment because of fraud, mistake, or irregularity a&#8230; …

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  • 76English words first attested in Chaucer — Contents 1 Etymology 2 List 2.1 Canterbury Tales General Prologue …

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  • 77Dimmock v Hallett — Court Court of Appeal in Chancery Date decided 13 November 1866 Citation(s) (1866 67) LR 2 Ch App 21 Case opinions Sir GJ Turner LJ and Sir HM Cairns LJ Dimmock v Hallett (1866 67) LR 2 Ch App 21 is an …

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  • 78Control Stock — 1. Equity shares owned by major shareholders of a publicly traded corporation. These shareholders have either a majority of the shares outstanding or a portion of the shares that is significant enough to allow them to exert a controlling&#8230; …

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  • 79Unrecorded Deed — A deed for a tangible piece of property that is not filed with the appropriate governing body. The deed will transfer ownership of the property from one party to another. The seller of the deed is known as the grantor, and the recipient of the&#8230; …

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  • 80dub — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. name, call, invest. See nomenclature. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. denominate, entitle, Christen, call; see name 1 . III (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) v. name, christen, label, title, designate, term,&#8230; …

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