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  • flag-waving. The song is also used as the anthem of England at the Commonwealth Games; England does not have a national anthem of its own. The music to
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  • "Scots Wha Hae". It is used as the Scottish national anthem at the Commonwealth Games.— Excerpted from Scotland the Brave on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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  • Gleneagles Agreement (category Commonwealth)
    satisfaction to the holding of the Commonwealth Games in Edmonton and to the continued strengthening of Commonwealth sport generally. London, 15 June 1977
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  • S. (14 Pet.) 49 (1840) West v. Brashear, 39 U.S. (14 Pet.) 51 (1840) Commonwealth Bank of Ky. v. Griffith, 39 U.S. (14 Pet.) 56 (1840) Commercial & Railroad
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  • the death of the founder and the cessation of prizes the games died out under the Commonwealth, to be revived in the reign of Charles II, and to continue
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  • Jackson v. Ashton (36 U.S. 229), 36 U.S. 229 (1837) Briscoe v. Bank Commonwealth Kentucky, 36 U.S. 257 (1837) Lessee of Swayze v. Burke, 37 U.S. 11 (1838)
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  • in the household: spinning and weaving; painting—the garden and its uses—games out of doors; hawking, etc.—travelling, and more frequent use of carriages—taverns;
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  • factions • The first kleruchia • Athens a free commonwealth • Elements of Hellenic unity • Delphi • The national games • Art and poetry III. The Ionic Revolt
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  • term, in ancient times, for an extraordinary magistrate in the Roman commonwealth. It is unknown precisely how the Roman word came into use, though an
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  • 678200Aboriginal Welfare1937 1937. COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA. ABORIGINAL WELFARE. INITIAL CONFERENCE OF COMMONWEALTH AND STATE ABORIGINAL AUTHORITIES
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  • and intercourse. The nakedness, which Greek custom permitted in gymnastic games and some religious rites, no doubt contributed to the erotic force of masculine
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  • to think that a number of men agreeing together can make and hold a commonwealth, before nature has prepared the way; for she alone must do it. An equality
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  • founded the sacred festival called Theoxenia. They presided over public games, Castor especially as the horse-tamer, Pollux as the boxer; but both are
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  • following will serve to illustrate the success attained in these Olympian games: His virtues were so conspicuous that his enemies, unable to overlook them
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  • instituted games there, in emulation of Heracles; that, just as Heracles had ordained that the Greeks should celebrate the Olympic games in honor of
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  • He seems to have asserted some control over the practice in public of games like fencing, billiards, and ninepins (cf. Halliwell, Anc. Documents, p
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  • Thessaliscus, son of Ismenias, and Dionysodorus, a victor in the Olympic games, Thebans; and Iphicrates, son of Iphicrates the general, an Athenian. When
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  • that it rested upon a noble idea, upon a conception of Europe as one commonwealth, and the Church as a Universal Church under one earthly and visible head
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  • while any service is in preaching." "Church or parish ales, revels, may games, plays and such other unlawful assemblies of the people of sundry parishes
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  • Chapter 16Margaret Bertha Synge CHAPTER XVI Circa 1642—1660 ENGLAND A COMMONWEALTH "For the apparel oft proclaims the man."—Shakspere. IF a large number
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