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  • 41Habeas corpus — This article is about the legal term. For other uses, see Habeas corpus (disambiguation). Prerogative w …

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  • 42Lebanese Civil War — The Martyr s Square statue in Beirut, 1982, during the civil war Date 13 A …

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  • 43List of United Nations resolutions concerning Israel — The following is a list of United Nations resolutions that concern Israel only or bordering states (such as Lebanon). [ [http://www.israel un.org/israel un/uneasyrelation.htm Israel and the UN An Uneasy Relationship] (Permanent Mission of Israel… …

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  • 44United Nations General Assembly Resolution 2758 — of 25 October 1971 recognized the representatives of the People s Republic of China (PRC) as the only legitimate representative of China to the United Nations and expelled the representatives of Chiang Kai shek from the place which they… …

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  • 45Proposed Indian Round Table Conference 1922 — Descriptions of what happened vary greatly (listed from the most to least probable) 1. Malaviya Proposed Round Table, The Viceroy Lord Reading Agreed, Mahatma Gandhi Sabotages the Idea [http://www.houseofdavid.ca/Ind uni.htm#Read Read p 194 5]… …

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  • 46Punjabi Suba — was a state in northwest India proposed in 1966 by Shiromani Akali Dal.*Area: 19,495 sq mi (50,687 km²) *Population: 16,669,755A Punjabi speaking state Punjabi Suba with association of Haryana, Himachal and the areas in the boundaries of Punjab… …

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  • 47George Pigot, 1st Baron Pigot — George Pigot, Baron Pigot Bt (4 March 1719 ndash; 11 May 1777), was the British governor of Madras (India). Pigot was the eldest son of Richard Pigot of Westminster, by his wife Frances, daughter of Peter Goode; Frances was a tirewoman to Queen… …

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  • 48Georges Politzer — BiographyPolitzer was already a militant by the time of his involvement in the Hungarian insurrection of 1919. He went into exile at age seventeen following the failure of the Hungarian Soviet Republic led by Béla Kun when the country fell under… …

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  • 49Guo Tu — Chinese t=郭圖 s=郭图Guo Tu (? 205) was an esteemed advisor under the warlord Yuan Shao during the Three Kingdoms era in ancient China. Yuan Shao s often sought his advice for civil and military decisions, as Yuan Shao always delayed when faced with… …

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  • 50Grand River land dispute — Aboriginal peoples in Canada …

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  • 51Bridge ethics — Contract bridge is at a same time a social game intended for all ages, and a combative sport. As such, while streaming for success, players are expected to conduct ethically and courteously towards each other. One significant part of bridge… …

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  • 52Sandwell College — is a college of further and higher education located in Sandwell Metropolitan Borough, a municipal area of the West Midlands in England. It was formed in September 1986 on a merger between West Bromwich College and Warley College, and its title… …

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  • 53Arbitral tribunal — An arbitral tribunal (or arbitration tribunal) is a panel of one or more adjudicators which is convened and sits to resolve a dispute by way of arbitration. The tribunal may consist of a sole arbitrator, or there may be two or more arbitrators,… …

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  • 54Theodora (6th century) — Theodora (Greek: Θεοδώρα) (c. 500 June 28 548), was empress of the Byzantine Empire and the wife of Emperor Justinian I. Like her husband, she is a saint in the Orthodox Church, commemorated on November 14. Theodora is perhaps the most… …

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  • 55Markandey Katju — Justice Markandey Katju is the Chairman, Press Council of India. He was formerly a Judge of the Supreme Court of India. Justice Markandey Katju Chairman, Press Council of India Retired Judge, Supreme Court of India …

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  • 56Morotai Mutiny — Air Commodore Cobby (left) and Group Captain Caldwell (right), at Morotai in January 1945 The Morotai Mutiny was an incident in April 1945 involving members of the Australian First Tactical Air Force based on the island of …

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  • 57Approved screening device — The expression approved screening device is a Canadian term defined in the Criminal Code of Canada as: approved screening device means a device of a kind that is designed to ascertain the presence of alcohol in the blood of a person and that is… …

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  • 58Cuban intervention in Angola — Location of Cuba (red), Angola (green) and South Africa (blue) In November 1975, on the eve of Angola s independence, Cuba launched a large scale military intervention in support of the leftist liberation movement MPLA against United States… …

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  • 59Watatsumi — (海神 or 綿津見?) was a legendary Japanese dragon and tutelary water deity. In Japanese mythology, Ōwatsumi kami (大綿津見神?, great Watatsumi god ) is another name for the sea deit …

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  • 60Liu Mengmei — (柳梦梅/柳夢梅) is the main fictionalized character within Tang Xianzu s play The Peony Pavilion, Liu meaning willow and Mengmei dream of plum . Mengmei was a descendant to the reputed poet Liu Zongyuan, Prefect of Liuzhou during the Tang Dynasty… …

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