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  • ...presentative]] from [[Ohio]]. He was a member of the [[Democratic Party]]. Long was most memorable for his vociferous opposition to the [[U.S. Civil War]]. Long was born in Greenville, [[Pennsylvania]]. Before his political career, he p
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  • ...ho served as a Representative from Ohio; a member of the Democratic Party, Long was one of the anti-war ''[[Copperheads]]'' who were vociferously opposed t
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Alexander Long]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • ...presentative]] from [[Ohio]]. He was a member of the [[Democratic Party]]. Long was most memorable for his vociferous opposition to the [[U.S. Civil War]]. Long was born in Greenville, [[Pennsylvania]]. Before his political career, he p
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  • *2: [[William Alexander Richardson|William A. Richardson]] ''([[Democratic Party (United States)| *1: [[Alexander Ramsey]] ''([[Republican Party (United States)|R]])''
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  • {{r|Alexander Long}}
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  • {{r|Alexander Long}}
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  • {{r|Alexander Long}}
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  • ...''Encyclopedia of American Foreign Policy'' 3 vol (2001), 2200 pages; 120 long articles by specialists. * DeConde, Alexander. ''A History of American Foreign Policy'' (1963) [http://www.questia.com
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  • ...''Encyclopedia of American Foreign Policy'' 3 vol (2001), 2200 pages; 120 long articles by specialists. * DeConde, Alexander. ''A History of American Foreign Policy'' (1963) [http://www.questia.com
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  • {{r|Alexander Long}}
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  • '''Albert Kotin''' (1907-1980) belonged to the early generation of [[New York School abstract expressionism|New Y [[Alexander Calder]] wrote in 1968: As long as there are people such as Al Kotin, there is no danger to art.<ref>''lett
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  • ...arfare afterward. Four million slaves were liberated. A difficult, decade-long process of [[Reconstruction]] temporarily gave civil rights and the right t ...hat later came to be known as the [[Cornerstone Speech]], Vice President [[Alexander Stephens]], declared that the "cornerstone" of the new government "rested
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  • ....google.com/books?id=rGhlIfJZkVoC Herophilus: The Art of Medicine in Early Alexandria.] Edition, Translation, and Essays by Heinrich Von Staden, Herophilus. C ...ia, the Ptolemies, the center of Greek learning had shifted from Athens to Alexandria, and the focus of learning had shifted from ‘the philosophy of man’
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  • ...edifice"<ref name=Kravchinskii1883 />. Encouraged also by the weakness of Alexander's reforms with regard to improving the conditions of lower classes, consp ...83 />. Following the lead of [[Abraham Lincoln]] in the [[United States]], Alexander II nationalized the ''mir'' or ''zemstvo'' system, which freed serfs from
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  • ...es, so defeating the United States policies toward the region would stop a long-term strategy of humiliating Muslim peoples and looting their lands.<ref>Sc ...f a fatwa, a declaration of war against the United States. It was 12 pages long, and one its key demands was getting all non-Muslims out of Saudi Arabia.<r
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  • *Long, A. A. (ed), ''The Cambridge Companion to Early Greek Philosophy'' *Mourelatos, Alexander P. D. (ed), ''The Pre-Socratics: a Collection of Critical Essays'' (1993)
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  • ...New York, 1945, a small book with many black and white reproductions and a long letter by Peirce to a Sam Golden *'''Three Hundred Years of American Painting''', by Alexander Eliot, Time Incorporated, New York, 1957, Chapter VI, ''Traveling Men'',
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  • ...vention of the [[telephone]]. Manual telegraphy, because it used short and long pulses (dots and dashes), in modern terms is not strictly digital or analog
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  • ...ublications and education, and is the only Arab-American organization to belong to the [[Leadership Conference on Civil Rights]] (LCCR).<ref name=MIM2008-0 ...f its office in Santa Ana, California, which killed its regional director, Alexander Michel Odeh. The [[Federal Bureau of Investigation]] considers it an act
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  • ...[archer]]s in effective swarming attacks against a relief column sent by [[Alexander the Great]]. Scythian horse archers surrounded various Macedonian phalanx ...that the horse archers needed resupply of provisions, horses, and arrows. Alexander split his forces into five columns and began building fortifications in t
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  • ...the 9th and 10th centuries, as did Portuguese explorers in 1505. In 1609, Alexander Sharpeigh of the [[British East India Company]] landed on the islands and
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  • ...-Gruppenführer [[Wilhelm Eduard Schmidt]], arrested in the [[Night of the Long Knives]] by the SS and killed while in custody ...rer arrested by [[Emil Maurice]] who shot him later, during [[Night of the Long Knives]]
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