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  • 1Progressive Judaism — is an umbrella term used by strands of Judaism which affiliate to the World Union for Progressive Judaism. They embrace pluralism, modernity, equality and social justice as core values and believe that such values are consistent with a committed… …

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  • 2Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario — Parti progressiste conservateur de l Ontario Active provincial party Leader Tim Hudak …

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  • 3Progressive Conservative Party of Canada — Parti progressiste conservateur du Canada Former federal party Founded December 10, 1942 …

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  • 4Progressive Conservative Party of New Brunswick leadership election, 2008 — Date October 18, 2008 Convention Fredericton, New Brunswick Campaign to replace Bernard Lord Won by David Alward Ballots 1 …

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  • 5Progressive tonality — is the name given to the compositional practice whereby a piece of music does not finish in the key in which it began, but instead progresses to an ending in a different key. To avoid misunderstanding, it should be stressed that in this… …

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  • 6Progressive Conservative Party of New Brunswick — Active provincial party Leader …

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  • 7Progressive retinal atrophy — (PRA) is a group of genetic diseases seen in certain breeds of dogs and, more rarely, cats. It is characterized by the bilateral degeneration of the retina, causing progressive vision loss culminating in blindness. The condition in nearly all… …

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  • 8Progressive Socialist Party — الحزب التقدمي الإشتراكي Leader Walid Jumblatt Founder …

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  • 9Progressive Party (Philippines) — Progressive Party of the Philippines a reformist political party that is considered to be the earliest form of a genuine 3rd force party against the then dominant political pair of the Nacionalista Party and the Liberal Party. After the rise to… …

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  • 10Progressive Youth Association — ( tr. İlerici Gençler Derneği) was the youth wing of the erstwhile Communist Party of Turkey. İGD was founded on January 5, 1976.It made close relations with trade unions and democratic mass organizations, took part in May Day celebrations,… …

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  • 11Progressive Sudanese Party — ( fr. Parti soudanais progressiste) was a political party in French Soudan (now Mali). The party was led by Fily Dabo Sissoko. Politically it represented a conservative traditionalist position, and drew support from traditional chiefs.… …

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  • 12Role de la theorie dans l'education musicale — Rôle de la théorie dans l éducation musicale Dans la musique occidentale savante la musique classique , le système de notation, qui depuis la fin du Moyen Âge, n a cessé de s enrichir et se complexifier, a fini par devenir une discipline à part… …

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  • 13Progressive Era — Ère progressiste 1916 : Roosevelt, une des figures phares de l’ère progressiste, fait la couverture de Leslie s L’ ère progressiste (Progressive Era) est le nom donné à une période de l’histoire des États Unis qui va des années 1890 aux… …

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  • 14Progressive Democrats — Not to be confused with National Progressive Democrats or Progressive Democratic Party. Progressive Democrats An Páirtí Daonlathach Founder Leader Desmond O Malley (1985–93) …

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  • 15Progressive Adventism — Evangelical Adventist redirects here. For the early Millerite group, see Evangelical Adventist Church. Progressive Adventists are members of the Seventh day Adventist Church who disagree with certain beliefs traditionally held by mainstream… …

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  • 16Progressive Conservative Party of Canada candidates, 1993 Canadian federal election — The governing Progressive Conservative Party of Canada ran a full slate of 298 candidates in the 1993 federal election, and lost official party status in the Canadian House of Commons by winning only two seats. Many of the party s candidates have …

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  • 17Progressive Conservative leadership convention, 1983 — Canadian politics/leadership race party = Progressive Conservative year = 1983 date = June 11, 1983 location = Ottawa, Ontario winner = Brian Mulroney replaces = Joe Clark numcands = 7 entryfee = C$? spendc The 1983 Progressive Conservative… …

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  • 18Progressive Conservative leadership convention, 1967 — The 1967 Progressive Conservative leadership convention was held to choose a leader for the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada. The convention was held at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto, Ontario, Canada between September 4th and 9th, 1967.… …

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  • 19Progressive Student Network — The Progressive Student Network (PSN) was a national, multi issue, progressive college student activist organization in the United States. It was founded at a conference in 1980 as a merger of the Revolutionary Student Brigade, the Midwest… …

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  • 20Progressive Conservative Youth Federation — Circa 1984. Merger of Youth with PC logo The Progressive Conservative Youth Federation (PCYF) was the constitutionally enshrined youth body of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada. When the PC Party and the Canadian Alliance merged in… …

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