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  • 181Sally Miller (American slave) — Sally Miller was an American slave who was freed after a Louisiana Supreme Court case in which it was ruled that she was in fact German immigrant Salomé Müller.*cite book author=Baily, John title=The Lost German Slave Girl publisher=Atlantic… …

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  • 182Necessity in English law — For the discussion on general principles and policy, see necessity In English law, the defence of necessity recognises that there may be situations of such overwhelming urgency that a person must be allowed to respond by breaking the law. There… …

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  • 183Kenja Communication — Kenja Communication, or simply Kenja, is an Australian organisation. It was founded by the late Kenneth Emmanuel Dyers and his partner Jan Hamilton in 1982. [cite web title =Secrets of sect in sex case publisher =The Daily Telegraph, The Rick A.… …

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  • 184Ages of consent in Europe — The ages of consent for sexual activity vary by jurisdiction across Europe. The Vatican City has the lowest age of consent in Europe (set at 12) while Turkey and Malta have the highest, set at 18. The law can also stipulate the specific… …

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  • 185Al-Kateb v Godwin — Infobox Court Case name=Al Kateb v Godwin court=High Court of Australia date decided=6 August 2004 full name=Al Kateb v Godwin Ors citations=Cite Case AU|HCA|37|2004, (2004) 219 CLR 562; 208 ALR 124 transcripts=Cite Case AU|HCATrans|456|2003,… …

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  • 186The Caine Mutiny — infobox Book | name = The Caine Mutiny title orig = translator = image caption = First edition cover author = Herman Wouk illustrator = cover artist = country = language = English series = genre = Novel publisher = Doubleday release date = 1951… …

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  • 187Athanasius of Balad — (634 ndash; 688) AD was a medieval scholar and the patriarch of Antioch, Syria. A Christian monophysite, he devoted himself to Greek philosophy. He produced commentaries and translations of Greek texts into Syriac. Quotes For a terrible report… …

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  • 188History of Greenwich, Connecticut — The history of Greenwich, Connecticut.Colonial times On July 18, 1640, Daniel Patrick and Robert Feake, along with Feake s wife Elizabeth Fones Winthrop Feake, in the name of New Haven Colony, bought all the land between the Asamuck and Potommuck …

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  • 189Federal telephone excise tax — The federal telephone excise tax is a statutory federal excise tax imposed under the Internal Revenue Code in the United States under usc|26|4251 on amounts paid for certain communications services. The tax was to be imposed on the person paying… …

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  • 190Manslaughter — For other uses, see Manslaughter (disambiguation). Homicide …

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  • 191LGBT parenting — refers to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people parenting one or more children. This includes children raised by same sex couples (same sex parenting), children raised by single LGBT parents, and children raised by an opposite sex …

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  • 192Old Chief v. United States — Supreme Court of the United States Argued October 16, 1996 Decided January …

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  • 193Santa Barbara News-Press controversy — The Santa Barbara News Press Controversy refers to a series of events starting in 2000 after billionaire divorcee Wendy P. McCaw purchased the Santa Barbara News Press . McCaw felt that as owner of the News Press she had authority to choose its… …

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  • 194Royal Dutch Shell safety concerns — An article entitled [http://www.shell.com/home/content/aboutshell/swol/july sept 2007/safety culture.html Sharpening Shell’s safety culture ] was published on 10 August 2007 on the portal [http://www.shell.com website] of the energy multi… …

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  • 195Domestic partnership in Washington — Legal recognition of same sex relationships Marriage Argentina Belgium Canada Iceland Netherlands Norway Portugal South Africa Spain Sweden …

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  • 196Criticism of EDO Corporation — EDO Corporation is an American company that designs and manufactures products for defense, intelligence, and commercial markets, and provides related engineering and professional services. It has been the object of criticism in the United States… …

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  • 197Prevention of Infiltration Law — The Prevention of Infiltration Law is an Israeli law enacted in 1954. After the 1948 Palestinian exodus many Palestinian refugees living in neighbouring Arab countries tried to cross the border with Israel for different reasons. The Israeli… …

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  • 198Davina Kotulski — Davina Kotulski, Ph.D., born on January 22, 1970, is a well known, long time marriage equality activist and leader in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Equal Rights movement.[1] Kotulski began publicly advocating for marriage equality in …

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  • 199Los Angeles Times bombing — Rubble of the Los Angeles Times building in 1910 Location Los Angeles, California, United Sta …

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  • 200Maletinazo — The maletinazo, valijagate, or suitcase scandal was a 2007 scandal involving Venezuela and Argentina, souring friendship between the countries.[1][2] The word comes from maletín (the Spanish word for suitcase or briefcase) and the suffix azo… …

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