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  • 1New Zealand — New Zealander. /zee leuhnd/ a country in the S Pacific, SE of Australia, consisting of North Island, South Island, and adjacent small islands: a member of the Commonwealth of Nations. 3,587,275; 103,416 sq. mi. (267,845 sq. km). Cap.: Wellington …

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  • 2New Zealand Defence Force — Te Ope Kaatua o Aotearoa Service branches Royal New Zealand Navy New Zealand Army Royal New Zealand Air Force Headquarters Wellington Leadership Com …

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  • 3New South Wales Rural Fire Service — Motto: ...for Our Community Established 1997 Staffing …

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  • 5New York's 23rd congressional district special election, 2009 — 2008 ← November 3, 2009 (2009 11 03) …

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  • 6New York State Department of Environmental Conservation — DEC logo Agency overview Formed April 22, 1970 Preceding agencies New York State Conservation Department New York State Conservation Commission New York State Forest …

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  • 7legislation — le‧gis‧la‧tion [ˌledʒˈsleɪʆn] noun [uncountable] LAW 1. a law or set of laws: • Under the new legislation, employers will be required to offer up to 12 weeks of paid sick leave per year. • He introduced legislation to increase the minimum wage …

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  • 8New York City Subway — Top: A number 4 train made up of R142 …

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  • 9New Mexico — • A state of the United States Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. New Mexico     New Mexico     † …

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  • 10New Zealand First — Party Aotearoa Tuatahi Leader Winston Peters President Kevin Gardener …

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  • 11New Frontier — For other uses, see New Frontier (disambiguation). Part of the Politics series on Progressivism Schools American Progressivism Modern liberalism Progressive education Ideas …

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  • 12New Zealand's nuclear-free zone — Anti nuclear movement Australia  · Austria  · Canada France  · Germany  · India Japan   …

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  • 13New Deal — This article is about the 1930s economic programs of the United States. For other uses, see New Deal (disambiguation). Top left: The Tennessee Valley Authority, part of the New Deal, being signed into law in 1933. Top right: Franklin Delano… …

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  • 14New York energy law — Main article: Energy law New York This article is part of the series: Politics and government of New York …

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  • 15New York Civil Liberties Union — The New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) is an civil rights organization in the United States. Founded in 1951 as the New York affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union, it is a not for profit, nonpartisan organization with nearly 50,000… …

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  • 16New Democratic Party — This article is about the Canadian political party. For other political parties with the same name, see New Democratic Party (disambiguation). New Democratic Party Nouveau Parti démocratique Active federal&# …

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  • 17legislation — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ federal, national, parliamentary, state ▪ draft, proposed ▪ fresh (esp. BrE), further …

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  • 18New Orleans Outfall Canals — The primary outfall canals in New Orleans are the 17th Street, Orleans Avenue and London Avenue canals. They serve as the major draining conduits for a major portion of the metro area. There are three outfall canals in New Orleans, Louisiana –… …

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  • 19legislation — le|gis|la|tion W2 [ˌledʒıˈsleıʃən] n [U] a law or set of laws ▪ This is a very important piece of legislation (=law) . legislation on ▪ the legislation on abortion legislation to do sth ▪ new legislation to protect children introduce/bring in… …

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  • 20legislation — 01. The government recently passed [legislation] which prohibits tobacco advertising at sporting events. 02. Members of all the political parties are meeting at the [Legislature] in an effort to find a solution to the crisis. 03. The Japanese… …

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