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  • 1 collection of laws — index code, constitution, pandect (code of laws) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 Laws of Eshnunna — The Laws of Eshnunna (abrv. LE) are inscribed on two cuneiform tablets discovered in Tell Abū Harmal, Baghdad, Iraq. The Iraqi Directorate of Antiquities headed by Taha Baqir unearthed two parallel sets of tablets in 1945 and 1947. The two… …

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  • 3 Laws, California — on the east and the Sierra Nevada on the west.Museum collectionThe Laws Railroad Museum and Historic Site includes static displays of a train consisting of an oil fired steam engine and several freight cars from the Southern Pacific). According… …

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  • 4 LAWS —    The Mesopotamian justice system relied primarily on customary law that was upheld by the assembly of elders or town official or courts. Judges could be chosen from the local community or be appointed by the king. Affected parties represented… …

    Historical Dictionary of Mesopotamia

  • 5 Collection agency — A collection agency is a business that pursues payments of debts owed by individuals or businesses.[1] Most collection agencies operate as agents of creditors and collect debts for a fee or percentage of the total amount owed.[2] There are many… …

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  • 6 Laws of the Indies — The Laws of the Indies ( Leyes de Indias in Spanish) are the entire body of laws issued by the Spanish Crown for its American and Philippine possessions of its empire. They regulated social, political and economic life in these areas. The laws… …

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  • 7 Laws regarding child pornography — Main article: Child pornography 94 of 187 Interpol member states had laws specifically addressing child pornography as of 2008.[1][2] Of those 94 countries, 58 criminalized possession of child pornography regardless of intent to distribute.[1]… …

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  • 8 Laws of classical logic — The laws of classical logic are a small collection of fundamental sentences of propositional logic and Boolean algebra, from which may be derived all true sentences in both of these elementary formal systems.The syntax of the laws of classical… …

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  • 9 Laws regarding child sexual abuse — Sex and the law Social issues Age of consent · Antisexualism Censorship · Essentialis …

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  • 10 Collection of Human Right Poems — The Collection of Human Right Poems is a poetry anthology that records Chinese right protected history, especially numerous activities since the new century. Besides, it embodies the works of many authors reflecting people s consciousness and… …

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  • 11 Medieval Scandinavian laws — The Medieval Scandinavian laws were originally memorized by the lawspeakers, but after the end of the Viking Age they were committed to writing. Initially they were geographically limited to minor jurisdictions ( lögsögur ), and the Bjarkey laws… …

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  • 12 Gray Goose Laws — The Gray Goose Laws (Icelandic: Grágás ) were a collection of laws from the Icelandic Commonwealth period consisting of Icelandic civil laws and the laws governing the Christian church in Iceland. Prior to the establishment of the Gray Goose Laws …

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  • 13 April Laws — The April laws, also called March laws,[1] were a collection of laws legislated by Lajos Kossuth with the aim of modernizing Kingdom of Hungary into a nation state. The imperative program included Hungarian control of its popular national guard,… …

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  • 14 Oleron, laws of — Set of codes relating to maritime law thought to have been instituted in England by Richard I. They regulated all relationships between captains and their men, and their employers; they also had to do with the laws of wrecks. Some of the laws… …

    Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • 15 code of laws — collection of rules, entire set of laws …

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  • 16 Fair debt collection — broadly refers to regulation of the debt collection industry at both the U.S. Federal and state levels of government. At the Federal level, it is primarily governed by the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act ( FDCPA ). In addition, many U.S.… …

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  • 17 Niven's laws — Niven’s laws were named after science fiction author Larry Niven, who has periodically published them as how the Universe works as far as he can tell. These were most recently rewritten on January 29, 2002 (and published in Analog Magazine in the …

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  • 18 Nuremberg Laws — For the set of research ethics principles for human experimentation, see Nuremberg Code. The Holocaust …

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  • 19 Digital Accounting Collection — The Digital Accounting Collection (DAC) is part of the University of Mississippi Libraries. The collection contains both current and historical accounting materials, with over 2,400 items in digitized searchable full text format, and over 33,000… …

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  • 20 Hate crime laws in the United States — (also known as bias crimes) protect against crimes motivated by enmity or animus against a protected class. Although state and federal laws vary, typical protected characteristics are race, religion, ethnicity, and nationality. Sometimes gender,… …

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