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  • United Nations Security Council Resolution 39 by the United Nations 1254United Nations Security Council Resolution 39by the United Nations Adopted
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  • United Nations Security Council Resolution 1253 by the United Nations 1349552United Nations Security Council Resolution 1253by the United Nations
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  • MAAG/TERM RESOLUTION RE ICC. /JCS HIST. 0360 FIRST AGROVILLE ESTABLISHED IN PHONG DINH PROVINCE. 032460 CHIEF OF STAFF ARMY TOLD THE JCS THAT THE SECURITY SITUATION
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  • answer for their acts before the king and his council. One of the first resolutions of the new council was that the king should resume possession of those
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  • term has long been used for the deputies themselves collectively. 2^ In 1254 we have a distinct case of two knights summoned from each shire by royal
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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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  • being thus £T63,997,784. As security for the service of the new reduced debt it was provided that an international council should be formed, composed of
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  • disposition of their respective cases. [2] Resolutions adopted by the Tribal Council of the Yakima Nation have created what is known officially as the
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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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  • king of Hungary, who conquered the land, and made a treaty with Ottakar in 1254 which confirmed him in its possession. The Hungarian rule was soon resented
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  • along the line of development outlined by its founder. Humbert of Romans (1254-1263), a genius of the practical sort, a broad-minded and moderate man, raised
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  • divided into four “nations.” These nations, which included both professors and scholars, were—(1) the French nation, composed, The “nations.” in addition to
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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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  • Britain in the hour Of their necessity, and the two nations drew together as no other two nations had perhaps ever been drawn together before. If the
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  • Court upon certiorari or certification, as provided in section 1254 of title 28, United States Code. ``(i) Prior Determination.—Any bypass determination
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  • retention of sovereignty in Wales. Edward (afterwards Edward the First) in 1254, had been granted by his father, Henry the Third, the Earldom of Chester
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  • during which the Council remained in session, or during the eighteen years which the Council of Basel consumed. Nevertheless the nations strengthened in
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  • Cumanus to banish ment (Ant. xx. 6 1 ff.\ BJ \\.\IT, ff.\ otherwise Tac. Ann. 1254). The successor of Cumanus, Antonius Felix (52-60 A.D., see FELIX), was
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  • above. I. B. 1 On the dates see CHRONOLOGY, 66. According to Tacitus (Ann. 1254) Felix had been administering Samaria and Judaea whilst Cumanus was procurator
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  • de Foresta; and the next year he attended his Majesty into Gascoigne. In 1254, Robert de Ross, one of the Barons, being charged with some crime committed
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