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  • Volume 4 Buckner, Simon Bolivar 741581911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 — Buckner, Simon Bolivar BUCKNER, SIMON BOLIVAR (1823- ), American
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  • Proclamation July 24, 1983, marks the bicentennial of the birth of Simon Bolivar, the great Liberator who laid the foundation for the Inter-American
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  • ←Buckner, Simon Bolivar
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  • 1811)—French intrigues against the independence of Haiti—Pétion and Simon Bolivar—Pétion reelected President March 9, 1811, and March 9, 1815—Elected
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  • unanimous Court. Kevin M. O'Keefe, St. Louis, Mo., for appellants. Simon Bolivar Buckner, IV, Jefferson City, Mo., for appellees. Justice BLACKMUN delivered
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  • invoking the protection of God, the historic example of our Liberator Simon Bolivar and the heroism and sacrifice of our aboriginal ancestors and the forerunners
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  • Anne Bolgari Boli Bolingbroke, Henry St John, Viscount Bolivar, Simon Bolívar (Colombia) Bolívar (Venezuela) Bolivia Bolkhov Boll Bollandists Bologna
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  • freedom, equality, justice and international peace on the doctrine of Simón Bolívar, the Liberator. Independence, liberty, sovereignty, immunity, territorial
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  • and was repeatedly sacked and several times entirely destroyed by pirates and Indians. Near the town is the hacienda where Simon Bolivar died in 1830.
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  • history, and Simón Bolivar was elected president there by the Congress of February, 1819; in his honor the city has been renamed Ciudad Bolivar. MOZANS, Up
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  • inhabitants, an episcopal palace, public college, and conciliar seminary. Simón Bolívar d. 17 Dec., 1830, at San Pedro, a few miles distant. A diocesan synod
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  • ‘Golden Rules of Social Philosophy,’ 1826, 8vo; this is dedicated to Simon Bolivar, and includes ‘Golden Rules’ for sovereign princes, for legislators
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  • overthrow of the latter, went to South America, where he served under Gen. Simon Bolivar, but, removing to the United States afterward, settled in Albany, N
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  • Francis Trevelyan Buckland, William Buckle, Henry Thomas Buckner, Simon Bolivar Buckram Buckstone, John Baldwin Buckthorn Buckwheat Bucolics Bucyrus
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  • Veterans' Day, 1983 Proclamation 5073 − Bicentennial Year of the Birth of Simon Bolivar Proclamation 5074 − Temporary Duty Increases and Quantitative Limitations
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  • and in the same year the town began to be called Ciudad Bolivar, in honour of Simon Bolivar, who freed the country from the yoke of Spain. Population
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  • American States. Just as our Revolution of 1776 was an inspiration for Simon Bolivar and Jose de San Martin, so we in the United States took inspiration
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  • solidarity and inter-American cooperation, first envisioned in 1826 by Simon Bolivar, became a reality in 1890 when the First International Conference of
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  • the Venezuelan army. In the renewed struggle for independence under Simon Bolivar, commencing in 1813, he repeatedlv distinguished himself, particularly
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  • countries in the Western Hemisphere have a long history of cooperation. Simon Bolivar first convened the Congress of Panama in 1826 with the intention of
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