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  • consideration that there was a demand for vessels such as the Maitland for use as a car ferry between Florida and Cuba. 3. But such evidence must be critically used
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  • Certain Employees of the Department of Labor 2301   8448 Jun 18 Exemption of Maitland S. Wright from Compulsory Retirement for Age −N/P−   8449 Jun 19 Amendment
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  • Legislature of the State of Florida: Section 1. That the following named and described roads located in Orange County, Florida, as designated in paragraphs
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  • '1942, there was a demand for a vessel such as the Maitland No. 1 for use as a car ferry between Florida and Cuba,' there was no finding that this 'demand'
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  • Watson, Macmillan's Magazine Madame de Krudener - Part I., by Margaret Mary Maitland, Gentleman's Magazine Algernon Sydney, Saturday Review Prayers for the
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  • on board the Florida 20, Capt. Chas. Sibthorpe John Hawtayne, Severn 50, Capt. Wm. McCulloch, and Vengeur 74, Capt. Fred. Lewis Maitland; then joined
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  • Fred. Wm. Burgoyne, Florida 24, Capt. Chas. Sibthorpe John Hawtayne, Wye 24, Capt. W. Willis, Vengeur 74, Capt. Fred. Lewis Maitland, Genoa 74, Capt. Sir
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  • name was issued at Glasgow in 1726. [Munimenta Universitatis Glasguensis (Maitland Club), 4 vols.; the prefaces and personal references contained in Sinclar's
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  • Commissioner of Social Security v. Walton 535 U.S. 228 (2002) Adams v. Florida Power Corp. 535 U.S. 229 (2002) Sao Paulo State of the Federative Republic
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  • killed, and not as representing the authority of the state (Pollock and Maitland, Hist. Eng. Law, ii. 447.) This mode of dealing with homicide survives
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  • was not long out of harness. On 28 Sept. 1846 he succeeded Sir Peregrine Maitland as governor of the Cape of Good Hope. He stayed there less than six months
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  • States Reports — Volume 538 538 U.S. 1 (2003) Clyde Timothy Bunkley v. Florida 538 U.S. 1 (2003) Connecticut Department of Public Safety v. Doe 538 U
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  • Fremantle Harbour Works—Sir John Coode's Views—Steam to Geraldton­—Mr. Maitland Browne—Fine type of Colonial Pioneer—A Gameless Land­—Over the Midland
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  • distinguished himself in the operations. At the pass of Stono Ferry Colonel Maitland and Moncrieff were strongly posted with the 71st regiment, the Hessians
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  • compete for the products of the wilderness, and, ac- cording to Sir Philip Maitland, the " native women avoid the coast jungles for fear of meeting Mr. Darwin's
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  • and was buried in the cemetery of St. Thomas's Church, Fulham. For the Maitland Club Stevenson edited: 1. ‘Illustrations of Scottish History,’ 1834. 2
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  • that three chapters of the Magna Carta were devoted to their regulation. Maitland said of Chapter 14 that, "very likely, there was no clause in the Magna
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  • By Harvey Maitland Watts 1408232Popular Science Monthly Volume 58 February 1901 — The Weather vs the Newspapers By Harvey Maitland Watts1901
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  • Williams v. Florida by Byron White Opinion of the Court 940178Williams v. Florida — Opinion of the CourtByron White United States Supreme Court
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  • and unimpeached adherence to truth, his word, and his honor.    General Maitland, commander of the British forces, finding the reduction of the island to
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