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  • member of the United Nations, and a member of La Francophonie, the G8, and the Latin Union. It is one of the five permanent members of the United Nations Security
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  • democratic nation states to an international system of world and regional cooperative governance and justice such as in the United Nations and the European
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  • of fiscal effort on Americans. At the same time, the democratic forces that the American Revolution unleashed energized reformers throughout America to
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  • Dominant group/Political science (category History of Science)
    2011-09-13.  C. G. Fenwick (July 1936). "The "Failure" of the League of Nations". The American Journal of International Law 30 (3): 506-9. http://www.jstor
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  • "Preservation of the Union was more important than punishing the South". Robert E. Lee - Urged Southerners to reconcile with the Northerners at the end of the war
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  • "The "Failure" of the League of Nations", The American Journal of International Law. 1938 - "Psychiatry and the conditioning of criminal justice". 1942 -
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  • and Epoch for the Origin of the Astronomical Lore in Mul.Apin". American Astronomical Society Meeting 210 #42.05 (American Astronomical Society) 38:
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  • Radiation astronomy/Geography/Quiz (category History of Science)
    radiation astronomy? 46. In addition to the United States of America and Russia, what other nation has launch humans into orbit above the Earth. 47. True
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  • Indonesia is an archipelagic country of 17,508 islands (6,000 inhabited) stretching along the equator in South East Asia. Indonesia's strategic sea-lane
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  • United Nations. p. 4. ISBN 978-92-1-142274-0. http://www.unscear.org/unscear/en/publications/2008_1.html. Retrieved 9 November 2012.  United Nations Scientific
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  • and Epoch for the Origin of the Astronomical Lore in Mul.Apin". American Astronomical Society Meeting 210 #42.05 (American Astronomical Society) 38:
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  • "Social structure and moral reform: A study of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union". American Journal of Sociology 61 (3): 221-32. http://virtual2002
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  • U. of Iowa, 1994 Deverapalli, C. M.; Singh, N.; Khazanov, I. "Filamentary Structures in U-Shaped Double Layers" (2005) American Geophysical Union, Fall
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  • core from north to south than from west to east. Seismic properties also seemed to vary between the Eastern and Western hemispheres of the globe." There
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  • minor dome in South Greenland." "Unlike the American and Scandinavian ice sheets built up during each glaciation in the past, most of the Greenland ice
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  • Radiation astronomy/Objects/Quiz (category History of Science)
    treatment group. 51. In addition to the United States of America and Russia, what other nation has launched humans into orbit above the Earth. 52
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  • United Nations. p. 4. ISBN 978-92-1-142274-0. http://www.unscear.org/unscear/en/publications/2008_1.html. Retrieved 9 November 2012.  United Nations Scientific
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  • Comparative law and justice/Cuba (category Comparative law and justice in North America)
    Soviet Union, and increased economic dependence on COMECON - the trading bloc of socialist nations. The Supreme Court of Cuba serves as the nation's highest
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  • May 2014 325. Tinamou Tinamous form the dominant group of terrestrial birds in South America, where they largely replace the Galliformes ecologically
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  • new year." "The religions of all ancient nations ... associate the abode of the supreme God with the North Pole, the centre of heaven; or with the celestial
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