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  • ... whom [[Robert Walpole|Walpole]]'s love of exclusive power had forced into opposition under [[William Pulteney, 1st Earl of Bath|Pulteney]], Pitt became in a ver ...if not in reigning families generally, was the patron of the parliamentary opposition, and the ex-cornet became "groom of the bed-chamber" to [[Prince Frederick]
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  • ... II]] her views were out of sympathy with those of the British public. Her opposition to the war even earned her the title of "Hitler's woman in Britain" and "th ...m]]. The two of them were both searching for spiritual stability and their search led them toward [[Christian Science]], to which they both eventually conver
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  • ...Kerr]] following a protracted constitutional crisis caused by a refusal of opposition [[Coalition (Australia)|Coalition]] members to pass [[Supply Bill]]s in the ... performers. Widely acknowledged as one of the best political speakers and parliamentary debaters of his time, he was also one of the few in the ALP who could hold
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  • | government_type = [[Federal republic|Federal]] [[Parliamentary republic]] ...internal policy, failed military excursions against neighboring lands, and opposition to the emperor [[Frederick II]], which led in 1237 to the temporary loss of
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  • ...itution was finally amended to make the ''Reich'' a [[parliamentary system|parliamentary democracy]], which the government had refused for half a century: The Chanc ...nfluence, the remaining "Majority Social Democrats" (MSPD, who supported a parliamentary system) decided to put themselves at the front of the movement, and on Nove
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  • ...d other wildlife. Much of the land set aside was based on years of field research by the Wildlife Conservation Society, which has studied Gabon’s wildlife ...atural "Mecca," attracting pilgrims from the four points of the compass in search of the last remaining natural wonders on earth," President Bongo said.
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  • ... = [[Federal constitutional monarchy|Federal]] [[parliamentary system|parliamentary democracy]] and [[Constitutional monarchy]]<ref name="cia"> {{cite web |tit ...Jan Frans Vonck]], who initially supported the reforms but then joined the opposition. The uprising started in [[Brabant]], which in January 1789 declared it no
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  • ... small and usually isolated groups. They were unable to mobilize political opposition to Hitler, and their only real strategy was to persuade leaders of the Germ ...f Germany|Communists]] (KPD). These networks might better be described as "opposition" rather than "resistance," since they engaged in little overt resistance ac
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  • ...al influence in the [[social class|class society]] that existed before the parliamentary reform in 1906.]] ...rongly oppose the imperial system. Several political groups with different opposition policies arose; the most radical one, the activist movement, led to covert
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  • |government_type = [[Unitary state|Unitary]] [[parliamentary system|parliamentary democracy]] and [[constitutional monarchy]] ...G1/estat/GL08020101.do?_toGL08020101_&tstatCode=000001080615&requestSender=search|title=最新結果一覧 政府統計の総合窓口 GL08020101|publish
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  • ...s origins. [[Soviet Union|Soviet]] propaganda insisted Hitler was a Jew; research suggests that it is unlikely that he had Jewish ancestors. Historians such ...lti-national Austria, he developed a firm belief in the inferiority of the parliamentary system, and especially social democracy, which formed the basis of his poli
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  • ...t restricting the freedom of the press; this policy even gained the public opposition of the crown prince, and later Friedrich III of Germany. Despite attempts t ...ved the budgets of the past four years, which had been implemented without parliamentary consent. Hence, Bismarck is considered one of the most talented statesmen i
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  • ...mined to abolish the Work House, he declared a war on poverty but ran into opposition when he tried to raise the money to pay for this by taxing land and also by ...y. Subsequently, the British Labour Party assumed the role as the party of opposition to the Conservatives. He is credited with stopping the German submarine blo
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  • ...llow of the latter college 1938–1945). For much of this time, he was a research assistant to William Beveridge on [[unemployment]] and the trade cycle. As the War drew to an end, he searched for a seat to fight at the impending general election. He was selected fo
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  • |government_type = [[Parliamentary system|Parliamentary democracy]]<br/>under a [[federal constitutional monarchy]] |leader_title4 = [[Leader of Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition|Opposition Leader]]
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  • ...ia and the Pacific and Indian Oceans.<ref>Jared M. Diamond, [https://www.researchgate.net/publication/260881469_Linguistics_Taiwan's_gift_to_the_world Taiwan ... Corcuff (ed.), ''Memories of the future: national identity issues and the search for a new Taiwan'' (Routledge, 2002, ISBN 0765607913).</ref> Several subseq
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  • ... of Wills|Wills]] at the 1980 election, and was immediately elected to the Opposition front bench. Hayden's failure to defeat Fraser at that election gave Hawke ...et. The caucus under Hawke also exhibited a much more formalized system of parliamentary [[political faction|factions]], which significantly altered the dynamics of
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  • ...re is generally upheld by the contemporary press, most notably that of the opposition, who focused far more attention upon Walpole than his counterpart. Walpole ...Opposition. He effectively defended Lord Godolphin against Tory attacks in parliamentary debate, as well as in the press.
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  • |government_type = [[Federation|Federal]] [[parliamentary republic]] ...takeover of the private sector and creating an apparatus for repression of opposition.
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  • |government_type = [[Parliamentary republic]] ...blished in 1824.<ref>''The Carnival Dates Project,'' [http://72.14.235.104/search?q=cache:nFmm8-6vTCsJ:www.seetobago.com/tandt/carnival/dates/cdttnwhistory.h
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