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  • 1liberal — 01. My grandmother was very old, but she had quite [liberal] ideas. For example, she thought it was a good idea for young people to live together before getting married. 02. Pesticides are used a little too [liberally] on many commercial farms,… …

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  • 2Liberal Party (Hong Kong) — Liberal Party 自由黨 Chairperson Miriam Lau Founded 6 June 1993 …

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  • 3Liberal Party of New York — Chairman Henry Stern Founded 1944 …

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  • 4Liberal arts colleges in the United States — are institutions of higher education in the United States. The Encyclopædia Britannica Concise offers the following definition of the liberal arts as a, college or university curriculum aimed at imparting general knowledge and developing general… …

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  • 5Liberal Arts, Inc. — Liberal Arts, Inc. was the name of an unsuccessful corporation founded in late 1946, which intended to create a Great Books based liberal arts college in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. It is notable for failing despite the involvement of four… …

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  • 6Liberal Party of Canada leadership convention, 1968 — The Liberal Party of Canada leadership convention of 1968 elected Pierre Elliott Trudeau as the new leader of the Liberal Party. He was the unexpected winner in what was one of the most important leadership conventions in party history. The Globe …

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  • 7Liberal democracy — Part of the Politics series Democracy History · Vari …

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  • 8Liberal Movement — The Liberal Movement (LM) was a minor South Australian political party in the 1970s. Stemming from discontent within the ranks of the Liberal and Country League, it was organised in 1972 by former premier Steele Hall as an internal group in… …

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  • 9Liberal hawk — The term liberal hawk refers to an individual generally described as politically liberal who supports a hawkish foreign policy, as opposed to a foreign policy of not using force to intervene with conflicts around the world. Past U.S. presidents… …

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  • 10Liberal-National party merger — A merger of the Liberal and National political parties in Australia, currently in a coalition federally and in three states, has been an on going debate for decades [http://www.news.com.au/story/0,23599,23136822 5007146,00.html Too many… …

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  • 11Liberal Unionist Party — The Liberal Unionists were a British political party that split away from the Liberals in 1886, and had effectively merged with the Conservatives by the turn of the century. The formal merger was completed in 1912. Their principal leaders were… …

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  • 12Liberal Party of Canada — Infobox Canada Political Party party name = Liberal Party of Canada Parti libéral du Canada party wikicolourid = Liberal status = active class = fed foundation = July 1, 1867 dissolution = party leader = Stéphane Dion| president =Doug Ferguson… …

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  • 13Liberal movements within Islam — This article is part of the series …

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  • 14Liberal Democrats leadership election, 2006 — In the 2006 Liberal Democrats leadership election, Sir Menzies Campbell was elected to succeed Charles Kennedy as Leader of the Liberal Democrats, the third largest political party in the United Kingdom.On January 5, 2006, following a period of… …

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  • 15Liberal Party —    In the years following the Second World War, the Liberal Party went into a long term decline. The Conservatives and Labour were firmly established as the two main parties of Britain, a position which was strengthened by the bipartisan nature… …

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  • 16Liberal Youth of Sweden — Infobox Political Youth Organization name english = Liberal Youth of Sweden name native = Liberala ungdomsförbundet colorcode = #F18E00 chairperson = Frida Johansson Metso secretary = Anna Broman founded = 1934 headquarters = Stora Nygatan 2A,… …

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  • 17Liberal State Party — The Liberal State Party, the Freedom League (LSP, Dutch: Liberale Staatspartij de Vrijheidsbond ), was a Dutch conservative liberal political party from 1921 to 1948. It is historically linked to the VVD, a major Dutch political party.Party… …

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  • 18Liberal People's Party (Norway, 1972) — This article is about the party in existence from 1972 to 1988. For the party founded in 1992, see Liberal People s Party (Norway). Norway This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Norway …

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  • 19Liberal Reformers — Infobox Italian political party name english = Liberal Reformers leader = leader1 title = President leader1 name = Benedetto Della Vedova leader2 title = Coordinator leader2 name = Giuseppe Calderisi leader3 title = leader3 name = leader4 title …

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  • 20Liberal Democrats leadership election, 2007 — The 2007 Liberal Democrats leadership election was held following the resignation of Sir Menzies Campbell as leader on 15 October 2007, after 19 months as leader of the Liberal Democrats, the third largest political party in the United Kingdom.… …

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