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  • United Nations Security Council Resolution 1298 by the United Nations 89195United Nations Security Council Resolution 1298by the United Nations Adopted
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  • United Nations Security Council Resolution 1297 by the United Nations 89194United Nations Security Council Resolution 1297by the United Nations Adopted
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  • 996 F.2d 1226 (1993) Million v. D Marshall 996 F.2d 1226 (1993) Parrott v. Aj Arave Imsi 996 F.2d 1226 (1993) Oregon Natural Resources Council Inc v. Bureau
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  • was naturalized as Roman; while in 32 5 the Council of N icaea endowed her with unity. But for the security and the power thus attained she had to pay
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  • Mehliss Report (category United Nations)
    SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 1595 (2005) Detlev Mehlis Commissioner UNIIIC Beirut 19 October 2005 1. The Security Council, by its resolution 1595
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  • and there fell dangerously ill. He sent to the council of prelates held at Westminster on 13 Jan. 1226, bidding them not to grant the envoy's demands
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  • The Pope and the Council by Janus 133179The Pope and the CouncilJanus THE POPE AND THE COUNCIL RIVINGTONS Waterloo Place. High Street. Trinity
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  • subsidies from Genoa, or in a less degree from Aragon. When Saint Louis (1226-1270) sailed on his first crusade in 1249,.. he formed the first French royal
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  • responded by adopting a Joint Resolution authorizing the President to "use all necessary and appropriate force against those nations, organizations, or persons
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  • towns from the English, and conducted a crusade against the Albigenses (1187-1226). Louis IX., Saint Louis, son of the preceding; was a minor at the death
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  • enlightened confessors. The French monarchy was much attached to them. As early as 1226 Jordanus of Saxony was able to write, in speaking of Blanche of Castile "The
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  • of God”) died within a year after his father’s death, in Rajab 623 (July 1226). He and his son and successor are praised as beneficent and just princes
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  • from Griffin v. Prince Edward County School Bd., 377 U.S. 218, 84 S.Ct. 1226, 12 L.Ed.2d 256 (1964) to support its statements on judicial taxation. In
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  • Batchelder [p648] ALICE M. BATCHELDER, Circuit Judge. The United States National Security Agency ("NSA") appeals from the decision of the District Court
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  • Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act ( S744 ; 113th Congress)  (2013)  1524385Border Security, Economic Opportunity
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  • Helvering v. Gerhardt/Opinion of the Court (category United States Supreme Court decisions in Volume 304)
    property and the bonds and other securities issued by it are exempt by statute from state taxation. The Joint Resolution of Congress consenting to the comprehensive
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  • the Bishop himself being of that nation. The oldest institution that I have seen to any vicarage was made in 1226, by this Bishop, who then instituted
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  • Federal relations with the Indian nations. ``(f) Termination.—Congress repudiates and rejects House Concurrent Resolution 108 of the 83d Congress and any
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  • Depham, (vol. ii. p. 491,) he left it to Richard his son, who was lord in 1226, being nephew to Tho. de Blumville Bishop of Norwich, (vol. iii. p. 483,)
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  • Robert de Gloucestre, 1209, 1219. 9. Martin de Pateshull was archdeacon in 1226. In 1218, he was the King's justice itinerant, in 1224, he resigned the church
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