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  • United Nations Security Council Resolution 1362 by the United Nations 73918United Nations Security Council Resolution 1362by the United Nations Adopted
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  • Trade Act of 1974 (category United States federal law)
    competition between the United States and foreign nations, to foster the economic growth of, and full employment in, the United States, and for other purposes
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  • recognized by the law of nations. It was said by this court in the case of The Venus, 8 Cranch, 253, 278: 'The writers upon the law of nations distinguish between
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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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  • 937 F.2d 617 (1991) United States v. Collins 937 F.2d 617 (1991) United States v. Snyder 937 F.2d 617 (1991) United States v. Gillis 937 F.2d 617 (1991)
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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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  • Indian Nation v. Whiteside, 617 F.Supp. 750, 758 (ED Wash.1985) (Whiteside II ). The District Court looked to this Court's opinion in Montana v. United States
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  • as between the East and the West. In 1901 the United States produced 20,566,661 barrels, valued at $6,617,449. Michigan leads and New York follows closely
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  • Denied Persons Pursuant to UN Security Council Resolution 746813Denied Persons Pursuant to UN Security Council Resolution 25 August 2003 Source: http://www
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  • Report  (1990)  The United Nations 84121The question of extreme poverty in the 1990 Turk ReportThe United Nations1990 United Nations COMMISSION ON HUMAN
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  • Company 64 F.3d 617 (1995) United States v. L Gibson 64 F.3d 626 (1995) United States v. Aduwo 64 F.3d 630 (1995) Lykes Bros Inc v. United States Army Corps
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  • chapter VI or chapter VII of the United Nations Charter under the authority of a United Nations Security Council resolution; and (2) any other international
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  • 960 F.2d 610 (1992) United States v. M Sanchez 960 F.2d 613 (1992) Christison v. United States Hearing of Illinois Inc 960 F.2d 617 (1992) King v. General
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  • myself a person having power over the three nations without bound or limit set’ (ib.) In this emergency the council of o cers drew up the constitution known
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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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  • 167,219 George I., 1727 233 170,862 George II., 1760 412 321,104 In 1783 617 500,781 In 1793 411 402,555 In 1816 776 724,810 The figures for 1783, and
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  • for more than a century held unopposed the region from Forth to Humber. In 617 Æthelfrith fell in battle with the English of East Anglia, and his sons,
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  • and infiltration in our country and to our security alliance with the United States and other free nations. The rule of law—we all feel gratified that
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  • —The population of North Carolina increased from 1,399,750 in 1880 to 1,617,949 in 1890, or 15.6%; to 1,893,810 in 1900, a further increase of 17.1%;
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