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  • United Nations Security Council Resolution 1702 by the United Nations 655812United Nations Security Council Resolution 1702by the United Nations
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  • United Nations General Assembly resolution 67/19  (2012)  by the United Nations General Assembly 2067841United Nations General Assembly resolution
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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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  • concurrent resolution) (acts of District of Columbia Council may be disapproved by concurrent resolution) (acts of District of Columbia Council under certain
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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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  • Kemble's State Papers; Macpherson's Original Papers, ii. 33, 54, 134, 177, 390, 592, 643; Dalrymple's Memoirs, ii. 39, 152, 158; Mackintosh's Hist. of the Revolution
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  • of official dry-rot, and a false sense of security from perils that at times threaten the most favored nations, were equal to the emergency of war, and
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  • Secretary of Defense (in consultation with other members of the National Security Council) to prepare a report that identifies troop drawdown status and goals
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  • Northern Securities Company v. United States (193 U.S. 197) Opinion of the Court 836248Northern Securities Company v. United States (193 U.S. 197)
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  • Clark County Sanitation District 975 F.2d 592 (1992) United States v. Proa-Tovar 975 F.2d 596 (1992) United States v. Fine 975 F.2d 604 (1992) Johnson
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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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  • citizens to vote on national referendum(Refer to, for example, 93 Gazette 574, 592, 2000Hun-Na1, May 14, 2004; 15-2(Vol. II) KCCR 350, 360, 2003Hun-Ma694, November
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  • maritime powers of the world. 1 1 For. Rel. 1894, App. ii. 9, 45-60 ; Bingham, 592 ; Hopkins, chaps, xviii. and xix. INDEPENDENT HAWAII 127 But there were
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  • to Charles V., Oct. 1, 1532.—Calendar, Foreign and Domestic, vol. v. p. 592. Spanish Calendar, vol. iv. part 1, p. 512. Ortiz to the Emperor, Sept
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  • military governor has the right to veto all bills or resolutions adopted by the advisory council, and his veto is final if not disapproved by the military
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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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  • passed resolutions commending the work of the Savings Division and calling on the Government to make permanent the policy of issuing small securities. Many
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  • F.2d 592 (1993) United Automobile Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America Local v. Re Dietz Company 996 F.2d 598 (1993) United States
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  • his promise to recognise the Prince of Wales as king of England (Life, ii. 592 seqq., 601–2; cf. St.-Simon, iii. 188–91; Berwick, i. 407-408; Empress Sophia
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  • granted writs of Habeas Corpus, was absolutely necessary to the security of our liberties. II.592 Thus the Convention had two great duties to perform. The first
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