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  • Attorney General of the United States 239 F.3d 555 (2001) Transportes Ferreos De Venezuela v. NKK Corporation 239 F.3d 565 (2001) Thomas Alkon v. United
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  • Richfield Oil Corporation v. State Board of Equalization/Opinion of the Court (category United States Supreme Court decisions in Volume 329)
    export bill of lading was issued. In due course the goods were transported to Venezuela. The issue, as stated by the Court, 262 U.S. at page 68, 43 S.Ct
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  • The World Factbook (1982) by the Central Intelligence Agency Venezuela 2033729The World Factbook (1982) — Venezuelaby the Central Intelligence Agency
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  • CIA World Fact Book, 2004 Venezuela 8162CIA World Fact Book, 2004 — Venezuela                 This page was last updated on 1 January 2003 This
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  • Constitution of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela National Constituent Assembly, translated by Ministerio de Comunicación e Información Title IX
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  • Japan, 29% US, Germany, 9% Venezuela, 5% Netherlands; imports—35% US, 8% Germany, 10% Japan, 3% Ecuador, 4% UK, 5% Venezuela, 4% France (1977) Budget:
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  • The Josefa Segunda (category United States Supreme Court decisions in Volume 18)
    off Cape Tiberon in St. Domingo, by the Venezuelan privateer, the General Arismendi. On the 24th of April following, she was seized in the river Mississippi
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  • Edward of England—End of the Trouble in Venezuela—The Canadian Boundary Dispute—Beginning of a Trip to the West—In Yellowstone Park 269 CHAPTER XXIX
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  • during the Venezuelan operations of Dec. 1902, and conducted the blockade of the coast and the bombardment of Puerto Cabello (Blue Book : Venezuela, No. 1
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  • Italy Railroads: none Highways: none (city streets) Civil air: no major transport aircraft Airfields: none Telecommunications: 2 AM stations and 2 FM stations;
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  • CACM, 10% West Germany, 9% Japan; imports (1979)—33% US, 15% CACM, 10% Venezuela, 10% Japan, 6% West Germany Aid: economic commitments—US, including Ex-Im
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  • 11% Central America, 4% Netherlands; imports—33% US, 15% Ecuador, 6% Venezuela, 9% Colon Free Zone, 5% Japan, 3% West Germany (1978) Aid: economic—US
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  • exports—50% US, 9% CACM, 18% West Germany (1977); imports—43% US, 6% Venezuela, 12% CACM, 11% Japan, 4% West Germany (1977) Aid: economic commitments—US
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  • Brazil, 6% UK (1980); imports—27% US, 10% Japan, 8% Brazil, 5% FRG, 5% Venezuela (1980) Budget: $7.3 billion revenues, $6.9 billion expenditures (1980)
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  • trade partners: exports—46% US, 2% Canada, 1% Netherlands; imports—35% Venezuela, 11% US, 4% Netherlands (1977) Aid: bilateral ODA and OOF commitments
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  • third-smallest country in South America after Suriname and Uruguay; substantial portions of its western and eastern territories are claimed by Venezuela and Suriname
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  • two Venezuelan guards at a gasoline station near the Colombian-Venezuelan border in La Victoria. The two men took the guards' rifles and fled in a small
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  • into Venezuela, and discovering many plants new to science, including new genera of Leguminosæ, and no less than two hundred species of fungi in the rainy
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  • studies in Guatemala, Berendt’s in Central America, Ernst’s in Venezuela, Im Thurn’s in Guiana, those of Ehrenreich, von den Steinen, Meyer in Brazil,
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  • in North America, spreading thence through the Antilles southward to Venezuela, the Guianas, and north-east Brazil. This view has been abandoned, as
    470 bytes (457 words) - 09:46, 17 May 2016

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