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  • Palermo v. United States by Felix Frankfurter Syllabus 916975Palermo v. United States — SyllabusFelix Frankfurter Court Documents Opinion
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  • Palermo v. Luckenbach Steamship Company Syllabus 913664Palermo v. Luckenbach Steamship Company — Syllabus Court Documents Opinion of the
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  • Volume 59 Walter of Palermo by Raymond Beazley 619453Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 59 Walter of PalermoRaymond Beazley1899
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  • 1581797Q15972193John of PalermoJohn of PalermoJohn of Palermotranslator from Arabic to Latin, worked at the court of Emperor Frederick II. Little is known
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  • of Palermo by Umberto Benigni 104902Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 11 Archdiocese of PalermoUmberto Benigni Archdiocese of Palermo (Panormitana)
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  • Volume 11 University of Palermo by Umberto Benigni 104903Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 11 University of PalermoUmberto Benigni The Convent
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  • HenryBishopBishop,_William Henry18471928American author and US consul at Palermo and Genoa, Italy. 1868, The Brown Stone, Boy, and Other Queer People 1877
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  • province of Palermo, Sicily, 8 m. by rail E. by S. of Palermo. Pop. (1901) 18,218. It contains many villas of the aristocracy of Palermo, the majority
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  • Incorporated v. Oklahoma Retail Grocers Association, Inc. 360 U.S. 343 (1959) Palermo v. United States 360 U.S. 367 (1959) Rosenberg v. United States 360 U.S
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  • Volume 10 Giovanni MeliEdmund Garratt Gardner Sicilian poet, b. at Palermo, 4 March, 1740, d. 20 Dec., 1815. He was the son of a goldsmith of Spanish
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  • others. Robert S.C.arlson, for petitioner Barcellona. Joseph Di Palermo, Charles Di Palermo and Rocco Mazzie, pro se. Solicitor General Cox, Assistant Attorney
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  • Diocese of Palencia Paleopolis Gabriele Paleotti Archdiocese of Palermo University of Palermo Diocese of Palestrina Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina Frederick
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  • Volume 13 St. RosaliaFrancis Mershman Hermitess, greatly venerated at Palermo and in the whole of Sicily of which she in patroness. Her feast is celebrated
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  • 1780 he was called to the chair of higher mathematics at the academy of Palermo. There he soon obtained a grant from Prince Caramanico, Viceroy of Sicily
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  • Moral theologian, born at Caltanisetta in Sicily, 6 March, 1591; died at Palermo 10 October, 1675. He entered the Society of Jesus when fifteen years old;
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  • son of a Shropshire physician, born at Besançon, 3 June, 1736; died at Palermo, 12 August, 1811. He entered the military service of the Duke of Tuscany
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  • Stonyhurst College, in Lancashire, and was created D.D. in 1814 while at Palermo, where he was stationed; for several years. For the use of the British
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  • Crafts 355 U.S. 18 (1957) Gibson v. Thompson, Trustee 355 U.S. 20 (1957) Palermo v. Luckenbach Steamship Company 355 U.S. 21 (1957) Hobart v. Hobart 355
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  • Volume 5 — Carini CARINI, a town in the province of Palermo, Sicily, 13 m. by rail W.N.W. of Palermo. Pop. (1901) 13,931. On the coast are some ruins of
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  • SalvatoreJohn Weeks Moore Bertini, Salvatore, born in the year 1721 at Palermo, received his musical education at the Conservatory of La Pieta, under
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