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  • 1person — per·son n 1: natural person 2: the body of a human being; also: the body and clothing of a human being had drugs on his person 3: one (as a human being or corporation) that is recognized by law as the subject of rights and duties see also …

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  • 2Legal person — Note: This Wikipedia entry deals with the legal concept legal person . There is an ongoing political debate and controversy in the U.S. over the extent to which constitutional rights presumed to have been created for natural persons have… …

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  • 3Security of person — or security of the person is a human right guaranteed by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted by the United Nations in 1948. It is also a right respected in the Constitution of Canada, the Constitution of South Africa and other laws …

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  • 4Highly sensitive person — A highly sensitive person (HSP) is a person having the innate trait of high sensitivity (or innate sensitiveness as Carl Gustav Jung originally coined it). According to Elaine N. Aron and colleagues as well as other researchers, highly sensitive… …

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  • 5natural person — n: a human being as distinguished from a person (as a corporation) created by operation of law compare juridical person, legal person Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 6British protected person — The status of British protected person (BPP) is a status held by certain persons under the British Nationality Act 1981. It is not traditionally considered a form of British nationality as British protected persons are not Commonwealth citizens… …

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  • 7Non-resident Indian and Person of Indian Origin — Total population 30,000,000+ Regions with significant populations …

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  • 8Antiphon (person) — Antiphon the Sophist lived in Athens probably in the last two decades of the 5th century BC. There is an ongoing controversy over whether he is one and the same with Antiphon (Unicode|Ἀντιφῶν) of the Athenian deme Rhamnus in Attica (480 ndash;411 …

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  • 9same-sex person — n. A homosexual. Example Citations: The Massachusetts amendment would extend to gay and lesbian couples who enter civil unions entirely the same benefits, rights, privileges and obligations as are afforded to married persons. In a hastily added… …

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  • 10natural person —    A real human being, as distinguished from a corporation, which is often treated in law as a fictitious person …

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  • 11Internally displaced person — Internally displaced persons (IDPs) are people forced to flee their homes but who, unlike refugees, remain within their country s borders. At the end of 2006 estimates of the world IDP population rose to 24.5 million in some 52 countries. The… …

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  • 12inheritance — /in her i teuhns/, n. 1. something that is or may be inherited; property passing at the owner s death to the heir or those entitled to succeed; legacy. 2. the genetic characters transmitted from parent to offspring, taken collectively. 3.… …

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  • 13Stem cell controversy — The stem cell controversy is the ethical debate primarily concerning the creation, treatment, and destruction of human embryos incident to research involving embryonic stem cells. Not all stem cell research involves the creation, use, or… …

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  • 14National Health Service (England) — The NHS Logo for England …

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  • 15Ciprofloxacin — Not to be confused with Cipralex, a brand name of the antidepressant escitalopram. Cipro redirects here. For the Rome Metro station, see Cipro (Rome Metro). Ciprofloxacin …

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  • 16blue-eyed boy — noun (informal) A favourite who can do no wrong • • • Main Entry: ↑blue * * * blue eyed boy UK [ˌbluː aɪd ˈbɔɪ] US [ˌblu aɪd ˈbɔɪ] noun [countable] usually singular [singular …

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  • 17History of animal testing — The history of animal testing goes back to the writings of the Greeks in the third and fourth centuries BCE, with Aristotle (384 322 BCE) and Erasistratus (304 258 BCE) among the first to perform experiments on living animals. [Cohen and Loew… …

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  • 18List of Boogiepop characters — Characters of the Boogiepop series, by Kouhei Kadono. The Boogiepop series includes fourteen light novels, a live action film, an anime, two manga, and several short stories. While most characters feature in multiple titles in the series, every… …

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  • 19favorite — /fay veuhr it, fayv rit/, n. 1. a person or thing regarded with special favor or preference: That song is an old favorite of mine. 2. Sports. a competitor considered likely to win. 3. a person or thing popular with the public. 4. a person treated …

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  • 20object — noun /ˈɒbdʒɛkt / (say objekt) 1. something that may be perceived by the senses, especially by sight or touch; a visible or tangible thing. 2. a thing or person to which attention or action is directed: an object of study. 3. anything that may be… …

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