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  • 161Clameur de haro — Asselin objects to the burial of William the Conqueror in a church he claims was built on his unlawfully obtained land: the ground upon which you are standing, was the site of my father s dwelling. This man, for whom you ask our prayers, took it… …

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  • 162Tom and Eileen Lonergan — were a married couple from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States, who had just recently completed a three year tour of duty with the Peace Corps.Fickling, David. [http://www.cdnn.info/news/article/a040723.html Open Water: The True Story Behind… …

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  • 163Anti-social Behaviour Act 2003 — The Anti social Behaviour Act 2003 is a United Kingdom Act of Parliament (citation 2003 c. 38) which almost entirely applies only to England and Wales. The Act, championed by then home secretary David Blunkett, was passed in 2003. As well as… …

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  • 164Freedom of movement — This article is about the right to travel. For the mechanical concept, see Range of motion. Part of a series on Freedom …

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  • 165Marchioness disaster — Looking upstream to Cannon St railway bridge, scene of the disaster The Marchioness disaster occurred on the River Thames in London in the early hours of 20 August 1989. The pleasure boat Marchioness sank after being run down by the dredger… …

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  • 166Subrogation — is the legal technique under the common law by which one party, commonly an insurer (I X) of another party (X), steps into X s shoes, so as to have the benefit of X s rights and remedies against a third party such as a defendant (D). Subrogation… …

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  • 167Day of Silence — For other uses, see Silence Day (disambiguation). The Day of Silence is the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network s (GLSEN) annual day of action to protest the bullying and harassment of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT)… …

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  • 168Tudor reconquest of Ireland — The Tudor re conquest of Ireland took place under the English Tudor dynasty during the 16th century. Following a failed rebellion against the crown by the Geraldines in the 1530s, Henry VIII was declared King of Ireland by statute of the Irish… …

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  • 169The Cockettes — were a psychedelic drag queen troupe founded by Hibiscus in the late 1960s in San Francisco s North Beach neighborhood. The troupe performed outrageous parodies of show tunes (or original tunes in the same vein) and gained an underground cult… …

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  • 170Daniel Fatiaki — Taniela (Daniel) Vafo ou Fatiaki CF (born 1954 [1]) was the Chief Justice of Fiji from 1 August 2002, when he succeeded Sir Timoci Tuivaga, till 5 December 2008. As Chief Justice, he presided over both the High Court and the Supreme Court, but is …

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  • 171May 2005 in Australia and New Zealand — 2005 : January February March April May June July August September October November December → NOTOC May 31, 2005 (Tuesday)* In Botswana, Australian lecturer Kenneth Good loses his appeal against deportation. He had criticized the government of… …

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  • 172Rail transport in Japan — is a major means of passenger transport, especially for mass and high speed travel between major cities and for commuter transport in metropolitan areas.OverviewSix Japan Railways Group (JR) companies, state owned until 1987, provide passenger… …

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  • 173Independent Catholic Churches — are Christian denominations (or ) which claim apostolic succession for their bishops but are not a part of the Catholic Church, Oriental Orthodoxy, the Eastern Orthodox Churches, the Old Catholic Churches under the Archbishop of Utrecht or the… …

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  • 174Repent America — (RA) is a Christian evangelistic organization based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the United States. According to their website, RA desires to be in the full Will of God and to adhere entirely to the teachings of the Bible. We have a passion… …

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  • 175Audianism — was a fourth century Christian heresy, named after the leader of the sect, Audius (or Audaeus). HistoryTheir heretical beliefs included both anthropomorphism (holding that God has human form) and quartodecimanism (honouring the death of Christ on …

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  • 176A Vindication of the Rights of Men — A Vindication of the Rights of Men, in a Letter to the Right Honourable Edmund Burke; Occasioned by His Reflections on the Revolution in France (1790) is a political pamphlet, written by the eighteenth century British feminist Mary Wollstonecraft …

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  • 177LGBT stereotypes — Dykes on Bikes motorcycle group in a pride parade is considered a stereotype of butch lesbians. Stereotypes about lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people are conventional, formulaic generalizations, opinions, or images about persons …

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  • 178Patriot Debates — The American Bar Association passed resolutions on the USA PATRIOT Act that asked the U.S. Government to conduct a thorough review of the implementation of the powers granted to the Executive Branch under the Act before considering legislation… …

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  • 1792006 in New Zealand — IncumbentsRegal and Vice Regal*Head of State Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of New Zealand *Governor General The Hon. Dame Silvia Cartwright PCNZM, DBE, QSO, succeeded by The Hon. Anand Satyanand, PCNZM, QSO [ [http://www.gg.govt.nz/gg/former.htm] ]… …

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  • 180Watermelon War — The Watermelon War was a riot that occurred in Panama City, Panama, on the morning of April 15 1856.BackgroundFrom 1850 until 1903, the US military had created very strong tension between Panamanian citizens and US officials. The tension brewed… …

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