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  • Author:Franklin Delano Roosevelt/Executive orders (category United States executive orders)
    Foreign Service of the United States 7183   9453 Jul 06 Participation by the United States in the Work of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation
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  • United Nations Security Council Resolution 1706 by the United Nations 648983United Nations Security Council Resolution 1706by the United Nations
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  • United Nations Security Council Resolution 2010 by the United Nations 1192834United Nations Security Council Resolution 2010by the United Nations
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  • 110TH UNITED STATES CONGRESS 1ST SESSION Joint Resolution Making further continuing appropriations for the fiscal year 2007, and for other purposes
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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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  • Brundtland Report United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development Chapter 12. Towards Common Action 1503324Brundtland Report — Chapter
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  • Macmillan's Magazine, xxx. 166–84; Burke's Landed Gentry (1862), pt. i. p. 591; Chester's Westminster Abbey Registers (1876), p. 496; Cat. of Dublin University
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  • Education Act 1899. which abolished the office of vice-president of the council, united the Department of Science and Art with the Education Department in
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  • Pakistan, Jordan, and other key cooperating nations, for logistical, military, and other support provided to United States military operations, notwithstanding
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  • 148–51 (1889) (notice in improper form); Wheaton v. Peters, 33 U.S. (8 Pet.) 591, 665–68 (1834) (failure of deposit and publication of notice requirements);
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  • Europe pass through it. It is in closer touch with most of the leading nations of Europe than any other country; for it is bordered by Russia, Austria-Hungary
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  • and lakes than the rivers north of it, and has thus a drainage area of 12,591 sq. m., which is exceeded only by that of the Torne (16,690 sq. m.), the
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  • carefully studied United Nations Security Council resolutions in 1992 as an authority for action. It is only the Security Council of the UN, as it is
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  • earliest. See also Ex parte Johnson, 187 S.C. 1, 196 S.E. 164, 118 A.L.R. 591. ^28  E.g., Excerpts from Hearings before the House of Representatives Committee
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  • went, seem to have kept pace with his austerities ({sc|Macpherson}}, i. 591 seqq.). In March 1701 James had an attack of partial paralysis, and the waters
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  • prosperity in exchange for absolute independence was rejected with all the old resolution; and the freedom which a Bruce desired to sell was retained by the first
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  • the United States under a Trusteeship Agreement between the United States and the Security Council of the United Nations (61 Stat. 3301). The United States
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  • 952 F.2d 565 (1991) United States v. Johnson 952 F.2d 586 (1991) United States v. Rodriguez-Alvarado 952 F.2d 591 (1991) United States v. H Phillips
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  • for justice and good faith in the eyes of all nations. The treaty of amity and commerce between the United States and Belgium, brought to your notice in
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  • responding to an address by the chiefs and councilors of the Seneca Nation: 'I am not uninformed, that the Six Nations have been led into some difficulties
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