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  • 1Treaty of Nice — This article is about the EU treaty of 2001. For the 1892 treaty between Italy and France, see Treaty of Nice (1892). Treaty of Nice Treaty of Nice amending the Treaty on European Union, the Treaties establishing the European Communities and… …

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  • 2Treaty of Nice (1892) — The Treaty of Nice was a military alliance treaty signed by Italy and France and revealed on September 5, 1892. The consequence of the treaty was that if one the signatories was attacked in an act of war, the other signatory must declare war on… …

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  • 3Nice (disambiguation) — Nice is a city located in the south of France. Nice may also refer to: Contents 1 Places 2 Politics 3 Artworks …

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  • 4Treaty of Lisbon — For other uses, see Treaty of Lisbon (disambiguation). Treaty of Lisbon Treaty of Lisbon amending the Treaty on European Union and the Treaty establishing the European Community Type Amends existing treaties Signed 13 December 2007 Location …

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  • 5Nice (WIPO) — The Nice Classification of Goods and Services is an Agreement resulting from the Diplomatic Conference of 1957 in Nice, France, and is updated every five years. It is an authoritative classification of goods and services for use in registering… …

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  • 6Nice — This article is about the French city. For other uses, see Nice (disambiguation). Nizza redirects here. For other uses, see Nizza (disambiguation). Nice Motto: Nicæa civitas …

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  • 7Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe — This article is about the abandoned 2004 proposal. For the constitutional basis of the EU, see Treaties of the European Union. Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe Type Unratified treaty Drafted June 2004 Signed 29 October 2004 Location… …

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  • 8Nice Treaty — (2000)    The Treaty of Nice (adopted at the Nice European Council by member states of the European Union, EU) came into force in February 2003. It was intended to reform the institutional structure of the EU to enable it to cope more effectively …

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  • 9Treaty of Accession 2003 — The Treaty of Accession 2003 was the agreement between the European Union and ten countries (Czech Republic, Estonia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia), concerning these countries accession into the EU. At the …

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  • 10Treaty of Turin — The Treaty of Turin concluded on March 24, 1860 is the instrument by which the Duchy of Savoy and the County of Nice were annexed to France.BackgroundA secret meeting took place at Plombières les Bains on July 21, 1858 between the French emperor …

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  • 11nice — nicely, adv. niceness, n. /nuys/, adj., nicer, nicest. 1. pleasing; agreeable; delightful: a nice visit. 2. amiably pleasant; kind: They are always nice to strangers. 3. characterized by, showing, or requiring great accuracy, precision, skill,… …

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  • 12Nice — /nees/, n. a port in and the capital of Alpes Maritimes, in SE France, on the Mediterranean: resort. 346,620. * * * ancient Niceaea City (pop., 1999: city, 342,738; metro. area, 888,784) southeastern France. It is located on the Côte d Azur of… …

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  • 13Treaty of Paris (1796) — The Treaty of Paris of May 15 1796 was a treaty between the French Republic and the Kingdom of Piedmont Sardinia during the War of the First Coalition.After four years of fighting, the French under Bonaparte had finally beaten the Piedmontese… …

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  • 14Nice —    The main city of the French Riviera, Nice is the capital of the department of Alps Maritime. Besides tourism, the major industries are food products (especially olive oil) and perfumes. Built around a bay, Nice comprises the Old and the New… …

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  • 15History of the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe — This article discusses the history of the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe, which was signed in 2004 and although ratified by some European Union member states was rejected in referenda in France and Netherlands. In 2007 a revised… …

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  • 16Extension to qualified majority voting under the Treaty of Lisbon — The Extension to qualified majority voting under the Treaty of Lisbon refers to the areas where decisions in the Council of the European Union under the Treaty of Nice required unanimity but where the Treaty of Lisbon allowed decisions under… …

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  • 17Maastricht Treaty — Infobox Treaty name = Maastricht Treat image width = type = date draft = date signed = 7 February 1992 location signed = Maastricht, Netherlands date sealed = date effective = 1 November 1993 date expiration = signatories = 1992 EC members… …

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  • 18County of Nice — Contea di Nizza County of Nice Constituent country of Piedmont Sardinia …

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  • 19Merger Treaty — Treaty establishing a Single Council and a Single Commission of the European Communities Type Merging the judicial, legislative and administrative bodies of the three European communities Signed 8 April 1965 Location Brussels, Belgium Effective 1 …

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  • 20Italian irredentism in Nice — Giuseppe Garibaldi, the most renowned Nizzardo Italian Coat of arms of the Nizzardo (County of Nice) …

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