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  • 81League Park (disambiguation) — League Park, and variations on that name, used as the name of a Major League Baseball park, was a designation frequently applied in the late 1800s / early 1900s to distinguish a professional team s stadium from a public park or other recreational …

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  • 82League Bowling — Éditeur SNK Développeur SNK Date de sortie …

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  • 83League of Super Evil — Title Card Genre Animation Action Comedy Created by Philippe Ivanusic Va …

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  • 84League Of Their Own 2006 — is a black and white nude calendar featuring 12 of the sexiest Australian rugby league players from the National Rugby League competition. The calendar was released in December 2005 and was produced in the same erotic style that has made French… …

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  • 85League of Armed Neutrality — refers to one of two alliances of minor European naval powers (1780 1783 and 1800 1801), both intended to protect neutral shipping against the British Royal Navy s wartime policy of unlimited search of neutral shipping for French contraband.… …

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  • 86League of peace — (Latin: foedus pacificum ) is an expression coined by Immanuel Kant in his work Project for a Perpetual Peace. League of peace should be distinguished from a peace treaty, or pactum pacis , because a peace treaty prevents or terminates only one… …

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  • 87League City — Lage von League City in Texas Basisdaten Staat: Vereinigte S …

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  • 88League of Gentlemen (band) — League of Gentlemen was a late 1970s band featuring guitarist Robert Fripp of King Crimson. Other members included bass guitarist Sara Lee (who later joined Gang of Four, The B 52 s, and Indigo Girls), keyboardist Barry Andrews (formerly of XTC;… …

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  • 89League Island — was an island in the Delaware River, just upstream from the mouth of the Schuylkill River. League Island is the site of the Philadelphia shipyard that eventually became the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard. League Island, now attached to the shore as… …

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  • 90League football — may refer to:*The sport of rugby league *The four fully professional divisions of English football, as opposed to semi professional and amateur non league football. See English football league system#structure …

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  • 91league tables — USA Rankings of investment banks (and in some cases, their legal counsel) by dollar volume of deals worked on in a given period such as issuances of debt, equity and syndicated loans, project finance and mergers and acquisitions. League tables… …

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  • 92League for Programming Freedom — (LPF) was founded in 1989 by Richard Stallman to unite free software developers as well as developers of proprietary software to fight against software patents and the extension of the scope of copyright. Their logo is the Statue of Liberty… …

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  • 93League Park (Toledo) — League Park is a former baseball ground located in Toledo, Ohio, USA. The ground was home to the Toledo Blue Stockings baseball club of the then major American Association from May 14, 1884 to September 23, 1884. The club also played minor league …

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  • 94League club — is a term used to refer to football clubs that are in one of the top professional leagues of a country. The club itself does not have to be professional and in some of the lower leagues of more minor footballing nations some clubs have become… …

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  • 95League of Communists of Yugoslavia in Serbia — (Serbian: Савез комуниста Југославије у Србији or Savez komunista Jugoslavije u Srbiji ) is a political party in Serbia. SKJuS was formed following a split from the League of Communists of Yugoslavia (SKJ). The founder of SKJuS was the general… …

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  • 96League of Russian Revolutionary Social-Democracy Abroad — was a Russian emigre political organisation, founded by Lenin in October 1901. The Iskra organisation abroad and the Sotsial Demokrat revolutionary organisation (which included the Emancipation of Labour group) united to form the League. The… …

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  • 97League and Self-Defense — ( pl. Liga i Samoobrona, LiS pl. lis also means fox in Polish) was the proposed name for a new Polish political grouping which was to arise from an alliance or merger between the left wing populist Self Defense of the Republic of Poland (SORP)… …

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  • 98League of Peja — was an Albanian organization established in 1899 in the homonymous city. It was led by Haxhi Zeka, a former member of the League of Prizren and shared the same platform in quest for an autonomous Albania with the Ottoman Empire. The League ended… …

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  • 99League of European Research Universities — Die League of European Research Universities (kurz LERU, zu deutsch Liga Europäischer Forschungsuniversitäten) ist eine Gruppe der forschungsstärksten Universitäten Europas, die sich ausgezeichnete Lehre und international wettbewerbsfähige… …

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  • 100League of United Latin American Citizens — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) es un grupo activista en los Estados Unidos. LULAC fue establecido en 1929 en la ciudad norteamericana de Corpus Christi, Texas. LULAC es la organización activista… …

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