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  • 182 Troy Davis — For the American and Canadian football running back, see Troy Davis (football player). Troy Anthony Davis Born October 9, 1968(1968 10 09) Died September 21, 2011( …

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  • 184 LaRouche criminal trials — The LaRouche criminal trials in the mid 1980s stemmed from federal and state investigations into the activities of American political activist Lyndon LaRouche and members of his movement. They were charged with conspiring to commit fraud and… …

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  • 186 Second Test, 2007-08 Border-Gavaskar Trophy — The Second Test in the Indian cricket team s tour of Australia for the 2007/08 summer was a controversial Test cricket match played over five days at the Sydney Cricket Ground from January 2 to January 6 2008. Australia won the match by 122 runs… …

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  • 187 procedural law — Law that prescribes the procedures and methods for enforcing rights and duties and for obtaining redress (e.g., in a suit). It is distinguished from substantive law (i.e., law that creates, defines, or regulates rights and duties). Procedural law …

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  • 189 Fiji — For other uses, see Fiji (disambiguation). Republic of Fiji Matanitu ko Viti  (Fijian) Fijī Ganarājya फ़िजी गणराज्य   (Fiji Hindi) …

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  • 190 NBC — This article is about the television network. For NBC Philippines, see Nation Broadcasting Corporation. For other uses, see NBC (disambiguation). National Broadcasting Company (NBC) Type …

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  • 191 Rhetoric — This article is about the art of rhetoric in general. For the work by Aristotle, see Rhetoric (Aristotle). Painting depicting a lecture in a knight academy, painted by Pieter Isaacsz or Reinhold Timm for Rosenborg Castle as part of a series of… …

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  • 192 Superman — This article is about the superhero. For other uses, see Superman (disambiguation). Superman …

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  • 193 Richard II of England — Infobox British Royalty|majesty name = Richard II title = King of England; Lord of Ireland imgw = 226 caption = Portrait at Westminster Abbey, c. 1390 reign = 22 June 1377 ndash; 29 September 1399 (age|1377|6|22|1399|9|29 years) coronation = 16… …

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  • 194 File Allocation Table — For other uses, see Fat (disambiguation). FAT Developer Microsoft Full Name File Allocation Table FAT12 (12‑bit version) FAT16/FAT16B (16‑bit versions) FAT32 (32‑bit version with 28 bits used) Introduced …

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  • 196 Freedom of information legislation — Freedom of Information Act redirects here. For other uses, see FOIA (disambiguation). Freedom of information legislation comprises laws that guarantee access to data held by the state. They establish a right to know legal process by which… …

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  • 197 Clear Channel Communications — Not to be confused with clear channel radio stations, a type of AM radio station. This article is about the broadcasting company. For other uses, see Clear channel. CC Media Holdings, Inc. Type Private Industry …

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  • 198 Brandenburg v. Ohio — Supreme Court of the United States Argued February 27, 1969 Decided June 9, 1969 …

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  • 199 Abortion in the United States — has been legal in every state since the United States Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade, on January 22, 1973. Prior to Roe , there were exceptions to the abortion ban in at least 10 states; Roe established that a woman has a right to self… …

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  • 200 Pro se legal representation in the United States — Pro se legal representation refers to the instance of a person representing himself or herself without a lawyer in a court proceeding, whether as a defendant or a plaintiff and whether the matter is civil or criminal. Pro se is a Latin phrase… …

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