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  • {{otheruses|List of national archives}} {{epname|The National Archives, UK}}
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  • ...; the [[freedom to petition]]; and the rights to be free of unreasonable [[search and seizure]]; [[cruel and unusual punishment]]; and compelled [[Fifth Amen ...es all powers not granted to the Federal government to the [[United States nationality law|citizenry]] or [[U.S. state|States]].
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  • ...occurred in a year that saw the [[Revolutions of 1989|collapse of a number of communist governments]] around the world. ...oiced calls for economic change and democratic reform within the structure of the government. The demonstrations centered on [[Tiananmen Square]] in [[Be
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  • {{History of economic thought}} The '''Historical school of economics''' was an approach to academic [[economics]] and to public admini
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  • |conventional_long_name = Republic of Macedonia |common_name = the Republic of Macedonia
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  • ...co de Goya y Lucientes 023.jpg|thumb|right|300px|''Executions of the Third of May'' by [[Francisco Goya]]]] ...unishment, especially for [[politics|political]] or [[religion|religious]] offenses, violate the most important [[human rights|human right]]—the right
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  • ... citizens. On this view, the state is to be nothing more than a collection of private desires, with no compelling public interest. ...opposes private property.<ref>''Encyclopædia Britannica'' Online: [http://search.eb.com/eb/article-234237 "Libertarianism"]. Retrieved July 30 2007 </ref>
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  • ...rly_civilizations|the rise of the first city-states]]; almost every aspect of daily life and human society was, eventually, in some way influenced by it. ...the nineteenth century, eventually affecting most of the world. The impact of this change on society was enormous.<ref>Lester Russell Brown. ''Eco-Econom
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  • ...ashDC.jpg|thumb|400px|right|Main Library of Congress Building at the start of the twentieth century]] ...s largest collection of [[law|legal]] materials and the largest collection of published [[aeronautics|aeronautical]] literature. The library holds the la
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  • |align=right style="border-top:3px solid"|Dates of reign:||style="border-top:3px solid"|Mar. 9, 141 B.C.E.–Mar. 29, 87 B.C.E ...or Jing]], father of Emperor Wu, had a dream<br/>in which the late [[Gaozu of Han|Emperor Gaozu]] suggested this name.<br/>Zhi means "pig," "hog".''
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  • ...titution of India.jpg|thumb|right|300px|The Preamble of the [[Constitution of India]]—India's fundamental and supreme law]] ... of citizens developed between 1947 and 1949 by the [[Constituent Assembly of India]].
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  • |title = Queen of the Netherlands |image = [[Image:Julia.jpg|156px|Queen Juliana of the Netherlands]]
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  • ...less shops and ''[[bazaar]]s'' (markets) filled with people from different nationalities between this fortification and the palace. ...eation of a highly developed civilization, protected by the military might of the empire.
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  • ...nizes the sovereignty of the [[Republic of Cyprus]] according to the terms of its independence in 1960. UN peace-keepers maintain a buffer-zone between t ...thout the contributions of peace-activists at the local level, whose labor often goes unrecognized, elite peace-making lacks a solid foundation. From a [
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  • |title = Queen of the Netherlands |othertitles = Princess of Orange-Nassau<br/>Princess of Lippe-Biesterfeld
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  • ...n of [[Sukjong of Goryeo|Emperor Sukjong]] (숙종; 肅宗; the 15th ruler of Goryeo) and [[Empress Myeongui]]. He succeeded Sukjong upon his father's de ...eror Huizong]]. The music accompanied "Ilmu," a dance performed by members of the court aristocracy during Confucian rites.
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  • ...ty]] in [[China]], seeking reinforcements to defend against the incursions of the [[Baekje]] kingdom. ...scended the throne as a ''jinggol'' (a royal relative with only one parent of royal blood) when Queen Seondeok, the last ''seonggol,'' died in 654. Duri
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  • {{Books of the Old Testament}} ...y written in Hebrew, and it was later included by [[Christianity]] as part of the [[Old Testament]].
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  • |Litigants=Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka |FullName=Oliver Brown et al. v. Board of Education of Topeka et al.
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  • {{Books of the Old Testament}}{{epname|Deuteronomy, Book of}} ...omium)''. The term implies a reiteration, or "second-giving," of the [[Law of Moses]].
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