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  • 1 form a league — index unite Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 League of Communists of Montenegro — Savez komunista Crne Gore Leader see full list below …

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  • 3 League 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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  • 4 League of Prizren — The League of Prizren ( sq. Lidhja e Prizrenit) was an Albanian political organization founded on June 10, 1878 in Prizren, Vilayet of Kosovo, Ottoman Empire. It aimed at defending the Albanian inhabited lands from being annexed by Slavic… …

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  • 5 league — n. alliance 1) to form a league 2) in league with group of teams 3) to form a league 4) (esp. Am. baseball) a big, major; bush (colloq.), minor league * * * [liːg] major minor league bush (colloq.) …

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  • 6 league — I UK [liːɡ] / US [lɪɡ] noun [countable] Word forms league : singular league plural leagues *** 1) a group of teams or players who regularly compete against one another, put in order according to how many points they have won the Italian first… …

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  • 7 league — {{11}}league (n.1) alliance, mid 15c., ligg, from M.Fr. ligue confederacy, league (15c.), from It. lega, from legare to tie, to bind, from L. ligare to bind (see LIGAMENT (Cf. ligament)). Originally among nations, subsequently extended to… …

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  • 8 League of Polish Families — Infobox Political Party party name = League of Polish Families party colorcode = #0000FF leader = Mirosław Orzechowski foundation = 30 May 2001 ideology = National conservatism headquarters = ul. Hoża 9, 00 528 Warsaw europarl = 5 MEPs in Union… …

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  • 9 league — I. noun Etymology: Middle English leuge, lege, from Late Latin leuga Date: 14th century 1. any of various units of distance from about 2.4 to 4.6 statute miles (3.9 to 7.4 kilometers) 2. a square league II. noun Etymology: Middle English (Scots)… …

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  • 10 league — I. n. 1. Alliance, confederation, confederacy, combination, coalition, union. 2. Three (geographical) miles. II. v. n. Unite, combine, confederate, band, form a league, form an alliance …

    New dictionary of synonyms

  • 11 League of Legends — Entwickler …

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  • 12 League of Communists of Croatia — Savez Komunista Hrvatske Leader see full list below …

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  • 13 League of Nations — (English) Société des Nations (French) Sociedad de Naciones (Spanish) International organization …

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  • 14 LEAGUE OF NATIONS — LEAGUE OF NATIONS, international organization functioning between the two World Wars, for the establishment of world peace and the promotion of cooperation among states. Founded in January 1920, it formally ceased to exist in April 1946, although …

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  • 15 League tables of British universities — which rank the performances of universities in the United Kingdom on a number of criteria, have been published every year by The Times newspaper and several other newspapers since the early 1990s. The factors used to assess universities include… …

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  • 16 League of Communists of Serbia — Savez komunista Srbije Leader see full list below …

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  • 17 League of Communists (Finland) — League of Communists (or Communist League , in Finnish Kommunistien Liitto ) is a Finnish Marxist Leninist political organization. The League of Communists was founded in 14.9.2002 by the Communists who were expelled from the For Peace and… …

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  • 18 League 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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  • 19 League 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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  • 20 League 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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