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  • 1expert — Synonyms and related words: Admirable Crichton, Daedalian, Dutch uncle, Polonius, accomplished, ace, acquainted with, adept, adept in, admonisher, adroit, adviser, aficionado, amateur, apt, arbiter, arbiter elegantiarum, arbiter of taste,… …

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  • 2perfect — I. a. 1. Finished, completed. 2. Full, complete, entire, whole. 3. Complete, consummate, excellent, capital, exquisite, faultless. 4. Skilled, disciplined, accomplished, expert fully informed. 5. Pure, holy, blameless, faultless, without sin… …

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  • 3United States — a republic in the N Western Hemisphere comprising 48 conterminous states, the District of Columbia, and Alaska in North America, and Hawaii in the N Pacific. 267,954,767; conterminous United States, 3,022,387 sq. mi. (7,827,982 sq. km); with… …

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  • 4Congressional response to the NSA warrantless surveillance program — Congressional inquiries and investigations Three days after news broke about the Terrorist Surveillance Program, a bipartisan group of Senators Democrats Dianne Feinstein of California, Carl Levin of Michigan, Ron Wyden of Oregon and Republicans… …

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  • 5Relief of General Douglas MacArthur — General of the Army MacArthur greets President Truman at the Wake Island Conference Contents …

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  • 6Collaborative divorce — Overview and History= Collaborative Family Law (also called Collaborative Practice, Collaborative Divorce, and Collaborative Law) was originally a family law procedure in which the two parties agreed that they would not go to court, or threaten… …

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  • 7Collaborative Family Law — Overview and History= Collaborative Family Law (also called Collaborative Practice, Collaborative Divorce, and Collaborative Law) was originally a family law procedure in which the two parties agreed that they would not go to court, or threaten… …

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  • 8Collaborative practice — Overview and History= Collaborative Family Law (also called Collaborative Practice, Collaborative Divorce, and Collaborative Law) was originally a family law procedure in which the two parties agreed that they would not go to court, or threaten… …

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  • 9Joachim von Ribbentrop — Infobox Officeholder name = Joachim von Ribbentrop imagesize = small caption = order = Reich Minister of Foreign Affairs term start = February 4, 1938 term end = April 30, 1945 president = Adolf Hitler Führer chancellor = Adolf Hitler predecessor …

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  • 10Chester v. Afshar — [2004] [http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/ld200304/ldjudgmt/jd041014/cheste 1.htm UKHL 41] ; [2005] 1 A.C. 134; [2004] 3 W.L.R. 927; [2004] 4 All E.R. 587; Times, October 19, 2004; is an important English tort law case regarding causation… …

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  • 11Chester v Afshar — [2004] UKHL 41; [2005] 1 A.C. 134; [2004] 3 W.L.R. 927; [2004] 4 All E.R. 587; Times, October 19, 2004; is an important English tort law case regarding causation in a medical negligence context. The House of Lords decided that a doctor s failure… …

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  • 12Medical ethics — is a system of moral principles that apply values and judgments to the practice of medicine. As a scholarly discipline, medical ethics encompasses its practical application in clinical settings as well as work on its history, philosophy, theology …

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  • 13Others look into the Dreyfus Affair — This article is part of the Dreyfus affair series. Investigation and arrest Trial and conviction Picquart s investigations Other investigations Public scandal J accuse...! Zola …

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  • 14Fetal pain — Fetal pain, its existence, and its implications are part of a larger debate about abortion. Though many researchers in the area of fetal development agree a fetus is unlikely to feel pain until after the seventh month of pregnancy, [… …

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  • 15Recovery model — The Recovery Model is an approach to mental disorder or substance dependence (and/or from being labeled in those terms) that emphasizes and supports each individual s potential for recovery. Recovery is seen within the model as a personal journey …

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  • 16Neonatal perception — is the study of the extent of somatosensory and other perceptual systems during pregnancy. In practical terms, this means the study of fetuses; none of the accepted indicators of perception are present in embryos. Contents 1 Medical studies and… …

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  • 17Australian Vaccination Network — Abbreviation AVN Formation 1994 Type Pressure group Purpose/focus anti vaccination campaigning[1] …

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  • 18International Criminal Court — Not to be confused with the International Court of Justice. International Criminal Court Cour pénale internationale (French) …

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  • 19John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough — Duke of Marlborough and John Churchill redirect here. For subsequent dukes, see Duke of Marlborough (title). For others of this name, see John Churchill (disambiguation). His Grace The Duke of Marlborough KG, PC …

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  • 20Environmental impact assessment — Environmental law …

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