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  • United Nations Security Council Resolution 6 by the United Nations 654United Nations Security Council Resolution 6by the United Nations 6 (1946)
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  • may by resolution transfer all the powers of the board to the parish council. The Public Improvement Act, when adopted, enables a parish council to purchase
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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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  • the United Nations verification authority. 45. A coordination zone extending a further 6 kilometres shall be established around each security zone. Movement
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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
    102 KB (16,328 words) - 23:03, 2 July 2011
  • 64 F.3d 654 (1995) United States v. Santos-Frias 64 F.3d 654 (1995) United States v. Carlow R 64 F.3d 654 (1995) Fausto v. J Welch 64 F.3d 654 (1995) Solimine
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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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  • of the ceasefire ending the Gulf War, Iraq agreed to United Nations Security Council Resolution 687, which required that Iraq end the development of [p136]
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  • and Montenegro) according to United Nations Security Council Resolution 1244, is largely autonomous under United Nations Interim Administration Mission
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  • (A/51/796-S/1997/114)  (1997)  United Nations Secretary-General 602377Letter from the Secretary-General (A/51/796-S/1997/114)United Nations Secretary-General1997
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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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  • sovereignty which the council of officers had devised. The first parliament elected according to the ‘instrument of govemment’ met in September l654. From the beginning
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  • Executive Orders and Proclamations (category United States executive orders)
    who shall, within the cognizance of the courts of the United States, violate the law of nations, with respect to the powers at war, or any of them." However
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  • province is divided into sixteen magisterial districts. Zoutpansberg, 25,654 sq. m.; Waterberg, 15,503 sq. m.; Lydenburg, 9868 sq. m., occupy the north
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  • Obey Copyright Law, 26 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 651, 654 & nn.4–5 (2006); cf. John Tehranian, Infringement Nation: Copyright Reform and the Law/Norm Gap, 2007
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  • interior, £4,313,780. The public debt grew from £64,363,000 in 1872 to £360,447,654 in 5905. The greater part of this debt has been incurred in the purchase
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  • ' Nine hundred and seventy-two votes were cast, of which 654 were in favor of the resolution, and 328 opposed to it." ≈ 107 A leading member of the Bar
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  • her name accepted the crown of England tendered by Halifax (Macaulay, ii. 654 ; cf. Life of James II, p. 308). Both sovereigns were hereupon instantly
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  • Acts of the Seventeenth Congress of the United States. STATUTE I.-1821, 1822. RESOLUTIONS. STATUTE II.-1822, 1823. RESOLUTIONS.
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  • 890), Leith (with 0.741) and Hamilton (with 0.720). In addition to the 17,654 resident foreigners there were 4973 foreigners casually in Scotland at the
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