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  • 1 privacy laws — Those federal and state statutes which prohibit an invasion of a person s right to be left alone (e.g. to not be photographed in private), and also restrict access to personal information (e.g. income tax returns, credit reports); and overhearing …

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  • 2 Cruising (maritime) — A cruising sailboat anchored in the San Blas Islands, in Panama. The islands are a destination enjoyed by many cruisers. This article is about yacht cruising. For cruising on cruise liners see the article Cruise ship. Cruising by boat is a… …

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  • 3 United States Department of the Interior — Seal Agency overview Headquarters …

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  • 4 Somme — For other uses, see Somme (disambiguation). Somme   Department   …

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  • 5 Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania — Location in the state of Pennsylvania …

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  • 6 Marvin Mitchelson — Marvin M. Mitchelson (7 May 1928 in Detroit, Michigan 18 September 2004 in Beverly Hills, California) was an American celebrity lawyer who pioneered the concept of palimony, calling it marriage with no rings attached. Contents 1 Biography 2 Legal …

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  • 7 Trust company — A trust company is a corporation, especially a commercial bank, organized to perform the fiduciary functions of trusts and agencies. It is normally owned by one of three types of structures: an independent partnership, a bank or a law firm, each… …

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  • 8 Justice in France — Glossary and basic conceptsNote: There exist significant problems with applying non French terminology and concepts related to law and justice to the French justice system. For this reason, we shall define some of the words used in the rest of… …

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  • 9 Makaveli & Dillinger Don't Go 2 Sleep — Don t Go 2 Sleep EP by Makaveli Released December 24, 2001 …

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  • 10 National University of Cuyo — Universidad Nacional de Cuyo Motto In spiritus remigio vita Established 1939 Type P …

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  • 11 Elder law (Massachusetts) — See generally Elder law (U.S.).Elder law denotes the law, regulations, and prevailing good legal practices applicable to a range of issues affecting individuals aged 65 and over. The subject matter of elder law arises from careful legal analysis… …

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  • 12 United States trust law — Introduction Most law regulating the creation and administration of trusts in the United States is now statutory at the state level. In August 2004, the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws created the first attempt to… …

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  • 13 Greenhouse gas accounting — describes the way to inventory emissions and removals (i.e., from sinks) any kind of greenhouse gases (GHG). Guidance is for accounting for GHG emissions from organizations and emission reduction projects is provided by the World Resources… …

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  • 14 Harry Jeremiah Parks — Infobox Military Person name=Harry Jeremiah Parks born= birth date|1848|2|24 died= death date and age|1927|10|19|1848|2|24 placeofbirth=Orangeville, New York placeofdeath= placeofburial= Arlington National Cemetery caption= Medal of Honor… …

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  • 15 Worst case circuit analysis — (WCCA or WCA) is a cost effective means of screening a design to ensure with a high degree of confidence that potential defects and deficiencies are identified and eliminated PRIOR TO and DURING test, production, and delivery. It is a… …

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  • 16 Court of First Fruits and Tenths — First Fruits and Tenths First Fruits and Tenths was a form of tax on clergy taking up a benefice or ecclesiastical position in Great Britain. The Court of First Fruits and Tenths was established in 1540 to collect from clerical benefices certain… …

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  • 17 United Nations — 1. an international organization, with headquarters in New York City, formed to promote international peace, security, and cooperation under the terms of the charter signed by 51 founding countries in San Francisco in 1945. Abbr.: UN Cf. General… …

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  • 18 Beethoven, Ludwig van — (baptized Dec. 17, 1770, Bonn, archbishopric of Cologne died March 26, 1827, Vienna, Austria) German composer. Born to a musical family, he was a precociously gifted pianist and violist. After nine years as a court musician in Bonn, he moved to… …

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  • 19 conservator — con·ser·va·tor /kən sər və tər, kän sər ˌvā / n 1: a person, official, or institution appointed by a court to take over and manage the estate of an incompetent compare committee, curator, guardian …

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  • 20 Judiciary of France — French Court system In France, judges are considered civil servants exercising one of the sovereign powers of the state, and, accordingly, only French citizens are eligible for judgeship. France s independent judiciary enjoys special statutory… …

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