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  • 181Historical revisionism (negationism) — For the critical re examination of historical facts, see Historical revisionism. Historical revisionism is either the legitimate scholastic re examination of existing knowledge about a historical event, or the illegitimate distortion of the… …

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  • 182Obscenity — Part of a series on Censorship By media …

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  • 183Mustafa al-Hawsawi — Born August 5, 1968 (1968 08 05) (age 43) Jeddah, Saudi Arabia Detained at CIA black site …

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  • 184Moot court — A law school s courtroom A moot court is an extracurricular activity at many law schools in which participants take part in simulated court proceedings, usually to include drafting briefs (or memorials) and participating in oral argument. The… …

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  • 185Kimberly Anne Guglielmo — (June 29, 1973 June 1994) was a murder victim.Guglielmo was born in Aransas Pass, Texas. She was last seen alive at 20 years and 11 months on May 10, 1994 near her home in South Daytona, Florida. Her lower torso was found floating on the Hudson… …

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  • 186Jury selection — are many methods used to choose the people who will serve on a trial jury. The jury pool is first selected from among the community using a reasonably random method. The prospective jurors are then questioned in court by the judge and/or… …

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  • 187CIA leak scandal criminal investigation — The CIA leak scandal is a dispute stemming from allegations that one or more White House officials revealed Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) agent Valerie Plame Wilson’s under cover status. An investigation is underway concerning the possibility …

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  • 188S. A. Dange — Shripat Amrit Dange (Marathi श्रीपाद अमृत डांगे)(10 October 1899 22 May 1991) was a founding member of the Communist Party of India (CPI) and a stalwart of Indian trade union movement. During Raj, Dange was arrested by the British authorities for …

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  • 189SDTM — (Study Data Tabulation Model) defines a standard structure for human clinical trial (study) data tabulations that are to be submitted as part of a product application to a regulatory authority such as the United States Food and Drug… …

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  • 190Australia — /aw strayl yeuh/, n. 1. a continent SE of Asia, between the Indian and the Pacific oceans. 18,438,824; 2,948,366 sq. mi. (7,636,270 sq. km). 2. Commonwealth of, a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, consisting of the federated states and… …

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  • 191Life Sciences — ▪ 2009 Introduction Zoology       In 2008 several zoological studies provided new insights into how species life history traits (such as the timing of reproduction or the length of life of adult individuals) are derived in part as responses to… …

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  • 192discovery — dis·cov·ery n pl er·ies 1: the act or process of discovering 2: something discovered applied for a patent for the discovery 3 a: the methods used by parties to a civil or criminal action to obtain information held by the other party that is… …

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  • 193Muammar Gaddafi — Gaddafi redirects here. For other people named Gaddafi, see Gaddafi (name). Muammar Gaddafi مُعَمَّر القَذَّافِي Gaddafi at an African Union summit in 2009. Brotherly Leader and Guide of …

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  • 194Criminal Procedure (Hong Kong) — Every society has its own sets of moral standards and expectations. Different legal systems and laws develop and evolve based on these moral standards and expectations. Following the common law system introduced into Hong Kong when it became a… …

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  • 195Organizational communication — is a subfield of the larger discipline of communication studies. Organizational communication, as a field, is the consideration, analysis, and criticism of the role of communication in organizational contexts. Contents 1 History of Organizational …

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  • 196House v. Bell — SCOTUSCase Litigants=House v. Bell ArgueDate=January 11 ArgueYear=2006 DecideDate=June 12 DecideYear=2006 FullName=Paul Gregory House, Petitioner v. Ricky Bell, Warden Citation=126 S. Ct. 2064; 2006 U.S. LEXIS 4674 USVol=547 USPage=518 Docket=04… …

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  • 197Joseph Johnson (publisher) — 200px|thumb|right|Joseph Johnson (engraving by William Sharp after a painting by Moses Haughton) [Tyson, xvi.] Joseph Johnson (15 November 1738 – 20 December 1809) was an influential eighteenth century London bookseller. His publications covered… …

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  • 198Francis Ford (judge) — Francis J.W. Ford was born in Boston on December 23, 1882 and died on May 26, 1975 at the age of 93. Ford was a U.S. District Court Judge in Boston from 1933 to 1972, after serving briefly as senior judge during his final year of service. (NY… …

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  • 199Alaska Public Safety Commissioner dismissal — The Alaska Public Safety Commissioner dismissal, also known as Troopergate,[1] involves the July 2008 dismissal of the Public Safety Commissioner for the State of Alaska by Governor Sarah Palin. On October 10, 2008, the twelve member Alaska… …

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  • 200appeal — appealability, n. appealable, adj. appealer, n. /euh peel /, n. 1. an earnest request for aid, support, sympathy, mercy, etc.; entreaty; petition; plea. 2. a request or reference to some person or authority for a decision, corroboration, judgment …

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