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  • 101League of Arab States — ➔ Arab League …

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  • 102League City — League City, TX U.S. city in Texas Population (2000): 45444 Housing Units (2000): 17280 Land area (2000): 51.240091 sq. miles (132.711221 sq. km) Water area (2000): 1.112716 sq. miles (2.881920 sq. km) Total area (2000): 52.352807 sq. miles… …

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  • 103League City, TX — U.S. city in Texas Population (2000): 45444 Housing Units (2000): 17280 Land area (2000): 51.240091 sq. miles (132.711221 sq. km) Water area (2000): 1.112716 sq. miles (2.881920 sq. km) Total area (2000): 52.352807 sq. miles (135.593141 sq. km)… …

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  • 104league table — league tables N COUNT A league table is a list that shows how successful an organization such as a sports team or a business is when it is compared to other similar organizations. [mainly BRIT] ...a league table of British schools ranked by exam… …

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  • 105league match — noun A match between two clubs in the same league • • • Main Entry: ↑league …

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  • 106league table — noun A table in which clubs in a league are placed according to their performances, or (figurative) any grouping made to reflect relative success, importance, etc • • • Main Entry: ↑league …

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  • 107League of Palestinian Communists — (in Arabic: عصبة الشيوعيين الفلسطينيين) was a small Palestinian communist group in Syria. It was formed by Palestinian communist that did not join the Palestinian Communist Party when it was reorganized in 1982.The League published عائدون. The… …

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  • 108League of British Jews — League of British JewsOne week after the Balfour declaration was issued, Lionel de Rothschild, Sir Philip Magnus and Lord Swaythling founded the League of British Jews to oppose the idea that Jews constituted a political nation. Lucien Wolf and… …

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  • 109league table — league .table n especially BrE a list in which people, teams, or organizations are shown in order of their success or quality ▪ The government s school league tables are published today …

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  • 110league table — ► NOUN Brit. 1) a list of the competitors in a league ranked according to performance. 2) a list in order of merit or achievement …

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  • 111League for Socialist Reconstruction — (LSR) was a DeLeonist political organization with sections in New York City and Michigan. Joseph Brandon, Louis Lazarowitz, Sam Brandon and other LSR members had been active in the Industrial Union Party after mass expulsion of the Socialist… …

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  • 112League of Dutch Marxist-Leninists — (in Dutch: Bond van Nederlandse Marxisten Leninisten ) was a communist organisation in the Netherlands.By the time of the 21st party congress of the Communist Party of the Netherlands in 1964 two pro China fractions existed inside the party. One… …

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  • 113League of Young Communists of the Philippines — (in Tagalog: Liga ng Komunistang Kabataan sa Pilipinas ) is a political youth movement in the Philippines. LKKP is the youth wing of PKP 1930 …

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  • 114League Park (San Antonio) — League Park was a stadium in San Antonio, Texas. It was primarily used for baseball and was the home of San Antonio Bears. The ballpark had a capacity of 7,500 people and opened in 1925. It burned down on June 18, 1932 after a fire started in the …

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  • 115League for National Salvation of Vietnamese Residents of Kampuchea — was a pro Viet Minh movement of Vietnamese inhabitants in Cambodia. In 1950, Vietnamese sources claimed the organization had a membership of 50 000. [Kiernan, Ben. How Pol Pot Came to Power . London: Verso, 1985. p. 129 130] References …

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  • 116League, The — • From a religious point of view it aimed at supporting Catholicism in France politically at restoring the ancient franchises and liberties against the royal power Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …

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  • 117League, German — • Early in 1608 Duke Maximilian started negotiations with the spiritual electors and some of the Catholic states of the empire, with a view to the formation of a union of the Catholic states Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …

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  • 118League of the Cross — • A Catholic total abstinence confraternity founded in London in 1873 by Cardinal Manning to unite Catholics, both clergy and laity, in the warfare against intemperance, and thus improve religious, social, and domestic conditions, especially… …

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  • 119league together — index concur (agree), conspire, join (associate oneself with) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 120league with — index combine (act in concert), conspire Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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