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  • ...uman rights]], although there are divergences in the interpretation of the Commonwealth's aims in that respect. ...ance to Queen Elizabeth, but do recognise her formal status as Head of the Commonwealth.
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  • <th>Name<ref>''The Commonwealth'': '[http://thecommonwealth.org/member-countries Member countries]'.</ref></th><th>Capital</th><th>Regi ...olk Island]] is an Australian territory which competes separately in the [[Commonwealth Games]].</ref></td><td>[[Canberra]]</td><td>[[Pacific region|Pacific]]</td>
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  • *[http://cnrsociety.org/Commonwealth_Today.pdf The Commonwealth of Nations (1949 Present)] ...e Commonwealth Conversation] a public consultation about the future of the Commonwealth.
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  • *1930: First [[Commonwealth of Nations#Commonwealth Games|Commonwealth Games]] held in Hamilton, Canada. *1949 The [[Commonwealth of Nations/Addendum#The London Declaration of 1949| London Declaration]]
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  • ...ylon, whose countries are united as Members of the British Commonwealth of Nations and owe a common allegiance to the Crown, which is also the symbol of thei ...association of its independent member nations and as such the Head of the Commonwealth.
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  • An international organisation that evolved out of the British Empire.
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  • #REDIRECT [[Cent (British Commonwealth)]]
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  • *[http://www.thecommonwealth.org Commonwealth Secretariat]. *[http://www.commonwealthfoundation.com/ Commonwealth Foundation]
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  • *[http://cnrsociety.org/Commonwealth_Today.pdf The Commonwealth of Nations (1949 Present)] ...e Commonwealth Conversation] a public consultation about the future of the Commonwealth.
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  • ...>Independent nation in the [[Caribbean]] and part of the [[Commonwealth of Nations]].
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  • *[http://www.thecommonwealth.org Commonwealth Secretariat]. *[http://www.commonwealthfoundation.com/ Commonwealth Foundation]
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  • ...mbique was part of the [[Portugal|Portuguese Empire]], and only joined the Commonwealth in 1996; and former [[Germany|German]] and [[Belgium|Belgian]] colony [[Rwa
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  • #REDIRECT[[Commonwealth of Nations]]
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  • *1920 [[Palestine]] is mandated to Britain by the [[League of Nations]]. ==From Empire to Commonwealth==
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  • ...uman rights]], although there are divergences in the interpretation of the Commonwealth's aims in that respect. ...ance to Queen Elizabeth, but do recognise her formal status as Head of the Commonwealth.
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  • A developing nation in [[Oceania]], part of the [[Commonwealth of Nations]], on whose islands and in whose waters were fought many major battles of
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  • ...ted Kingdom]], its territories and dependencies, [[Commonwealth of Nations|Commonwealth]] countries and former colonial outposts of the [[British Empire]]; has dev
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  • | conventional_long_name = Commonwealth of Australia | image_flag = Australia_-_national_flag.jpg|right|thumb|150px|
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  • ...mer members of the British Empire are now members of the [[Commonwealth of Nations]]. ...colonies to associate themselves with it as free and equal members of the Commonwealth.
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  • ...the time of [[Henry VIII]], and member countries of the [[Commonwealth of Nations]] have recognised each British Sovereign as its titular head since the ti ...om, and they have made royal visits to nearly all of the countries in the Commonwealth.
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  • {{Image|Phil.jpg|right|300px|Prince Philip at the Catton Hall National Horse Driving Trials, 2006.}} ...tablished public figure in the United Kingdom and in the [[Commonwealth of Nations]]. He has gained something of a reputation for making controversial remark
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  • ...ylon, whose countries are united as Members of the British Commonwealth of Nations and owe a common allegiance to the Crown, which is also the symbol of thei ...association of its independent member nations and as such the Head of the Commonwealth.
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  • {{r|United Nations}} {{r|Commonwealth of Nations}}
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  • ...organization comprising members from around the [[Commonwealth of Nations|Commonwealth]] and the United States. The order is also well-known through the St John A
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  • *1930: First [[Commonwealth of Nations#Commonwealth Games|Commonwealth Games]] held in Hamilton, Canada. *1949 The [[Commonwealth of Nations/Addendum#The London Declaration of 1949| London Declaration]]
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  • ....thecommonwealth.org/Internal/150757/head_of_the_commonwealth/ Head of the Commonwealth]'.</ref> In none of these offices does she hold any real political power: a *[[Commonwealth of Nations]]
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  • ...is a constitutional monarchy within the British [[Commonwealth of Nations|Commonwealth]], having gained it's independence in 1981. The head of state is Queen Eliz
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  • ...South Pacific; constitutional monarchy and a member of the Commonwealth of Nations.
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  • ...independent sovereign state with in the [[Commonwealth of Nations|British Commonwealth]], with the British sovereign as head of state and a bicameral parliament o
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  • ...s resimus]] - [[Special:Allpages/Cent (British Commonwealth)|Cent (British Commonwealth)]] [[Special:Allpages/Cent (Commonwealth of Nations)|Cent (Commonwealth of Nations)]] - [[Special:Allpages/Cerastes cerastes mutila|Cerastes cerastes mutila]
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  • ...nsible for the [[country]]'s [[diplomacy|diplomatic]] relations with other nations. The FCO acts to represent and promote British interests overseas.<ref>''F ...://www.fco.gov.uk/resources/en/pdf/4103709/fco-history.pdf The Foreign and Commonwealth Office]'. .pdf document.</ref>
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  • ...to blow up the [[Palace of Westminster|Houses of Parliament]] and [[assassination|assassinate]] the [[Protestantism|Protestant]] [[James I of England|James I
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  • ...the Revolution, and afterwards, it evolved independently from the British Commonwealth legal systems. Therefore, when attempting to trace the development of trad ...ced by each other's rulings, American courts rarely follow post-Revolution Commonwealth rulings unless there is no American ruling on point, the facts and law at i
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  • A term used by the secretariat of the [[Commonwealth of Nations]] to denote a country with a population not greater than 1.5 million.
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  • Government police department responsible for national security in Britain and Commonwealth countries.
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  • {{r|Association of Southeast Asian Nations}} {{r|Commonwealth English}}
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  • ...aced with membership to the [[Commonwealth of Nations]], as an independent nation. The capital and largest city is Nuku'alofa. The [[population]] of Tonga in
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  • ...s also sometimes written as LGBT, chiefly in the [[Commonwealth of Nations|Commonwealth]].
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  • ...[[United Kingdom]] and members or former members of the [[Commonwealth of Nations]].
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  • ...the [[United Kingdom]] and the countries of the [[Commonwealth of Nations|Commonwealth]]. The 26th of December is also observed as the ''Feast of [[Saint Stephen
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  • {{r|Commonwealth of Nations}}
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  • {{r|Commonwealth of Nations}}
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  • ...ling, or show a correct pronunciation, or a bit of both. Unlike the [[International Phonetic Alphabet|IPA]], where there can only be one version per pronunci ...|UK]] and much of the [[Commonwealth of Nations|Commonwealth]] (see also [[Commonwealth English]]), and [[American English]] (AmE), that of the [[United States of
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  • ...ure gold. There was originally only one denomination, but since 1980 denominations of 1/2 ounce, 1/4 ounce and 1/10 ounce have been minted. Only the original ...ed States in 1985. Most European and [[British Commonwealth|Commonwealth]] nations imposed similar restrictions. [[U.S. Congress|Congress]] lifted the ban in
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  • ...e world, especially in current and former countries of the Commonwealth of Nations.
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  • {{r|United Nations}} {{r|Commonwealth of Nations}}
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  • ...ore the 18th). The referendum was an [[election]] pledge of the [[Scottish National Party]] (SNP), which has [[Government of Scotland|governed Scotland]] sin ...said that the new country would not shoulder its share of UK [[public debt|national debt]].<ref>''BBC News'': '[http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-scotlan
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  • ...[head of state]] as member states of the [[Commonwealth of Nations|British Commonwealth]]. A Dominion does not need to have the word included in its official name. Here is a list of the Dominions that informally established the British Commonwealth at the 1926 [[Imperial Conference]], and had their status confirmed under t
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  • ...in the [[United Kingdom]], [[Ireland]], and the [[Commonwealth of Nations|Commonwealth]] (excluding [[Canada]]). In spite of the name, they were initially develop
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  • An island republic, part of the [[Commonwealth of Nations]], in the South Pacific Ocean, southeast of [[Papua New Guinea]] and north
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  • A ''show'' is the [[Commonwealth of Nations|Commonwealth]] term for an annual country [[fair]]. An '''agricultural show''' is a pub
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  • {{r|League of Nations}} {{r|United Nations}}
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  • {{r|Commonwealth of Nations}}
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  • ...t event held every four years, involving athletes from the Commonwealth of Nations. Originally known as the 'British Empire Games', it was first held in 1930
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  • ...tives of the British Crown in territories of the [[Commonwealth of Nations|Commonwealth ]] or in countries which were once British possessions. A primary example i == Commonwealth Usage ==
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  • - [[African National Congress]] - - [[Association of Southeast Asian Nations]] -
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  • : [[King John]] (1199 - 1216) - seals the '''[[Magna Carta]]''' [http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/humanrights/1215-1500/doc-magna-image.htm][http://www.bl.u ...image.htm][http://www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/the-poor-law.htm] - created a national system to provide for the poor, replacing the parish-based systems of the
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  • ...ents American spellings as being preferred, with [[Commonwealth of Nations|Commonwealth]] spellings possible depending on the [[context]].<ref>''Conservapedia'': ' ...hip_of] [http://www.kellyramsey.net/index.php/2007/06/22/smallpox-and-vaccination-on-conservapedia/]</ref> against perceived left-wing bias in academia and w
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  • ...the Crown. They were renamed British Dependent Territories in the British Nationality Act 1981 and Overseas Territories in the British Overseas Territorie ...],</ref> established the Dominions as equal communities within the British Commonwealth, with a common allegiance to the Crown. That definition was incorporated i
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  • {{r|Commonwealth of Nations}}
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  • ...here is a much longer history of Aboriginal contact with people from other nations. It is now well-documented that Macassan traders, from the eastern part of ...), it was Cook who first claimed part of mainland Australia for a European nation, when, in 1770, he charted the east coast and claimed it for England.
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  • ...of the British penny (1901-1970)|penny]], although [[British coinage#Denominations of pre-decimal coins and their years of production|smaller value coins]] h ...e decimal penny was commonly referred to as a 'new penny'. Coins for denominations of ½p, 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p and 50p all bore the inscription <small>NEW PENCE<
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  • {{r|Commonwealth of Nations}}
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  • ...-English|Ireland]], [[Australia]] and many other [[Commonwealth of Nations|Commonwealth]] countries). ...nventors, [[Feynman]] invented the [[Feynman path integral]] using a combination of reasoning and physical insight, and today's [[string theory]] also inspi
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  • ===International organizations=== {{r|Commonwealth of Nations}}
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  • ...d Kingdom]], the [[Republic of Ireland]] and the [[Commonwealth of Nations|Commonwealth]]. Only in 1977 did the British Kennel Club authorize the breed to be known ...rmness of back. The shepherd moves powerfully, but easily, with such coordination and balance that the gait appears to the steady motion of a well-lubricated
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  • ...nge, presented at ''Jordan National Workshop on Lead Phase-out'', [[United Nations Environment Programme]], July 2008, [[Amman]], [[Jordan]].</ref><ref>{{cit Most current or former [[Commonwealth of Nations|Commonwealth countries]] use the term "petrol" and their dispensing facilities are refer
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  • ...nge, presented at ''Jordan National Workshop on Lead Phase-out'', [[United Nations Environment Programme]], July 2008, [[Amman]], [[Jordan]].</ref><ref>{{cit Most current or former [[Commonwealth of Nations|Commonwealth countries]] use the term "petrol" and their dispensing facilities are refer
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  • ...event held every four years, in which athletes from the [[Commonwealth of Nations]] participate. The Games were first held in 1930 as the '[[British Empire] ...or example, [[squash (sport)|squash]], [[netball]], and lawn [[bowls]] are Commonwealth but not Olympic sports. There is no equivalent of the [[Paralympic Games|Pa
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  • ...web |title=India Corruption Study — 2005 |publisher=[[Transparency International]] |date=June 2005 |accessdate=2007-11-11 |url=http://www.transparency.org ...946 Punnapra-Vayalar revolt,<ref>{{cite web |year=2002 |title=Emergence of Nationalism: Punnapra-Vayalar revolt |publisher=Department of Public Relations (Go
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  • {{r|Commonwealth of Nations}} ====Nations====
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  • {{r|Commonwealth of Nations}} {{r|Transnational spillover from insurgency}}
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  • ...80, the archipelago declared its independence within the [[Commonwealth of Nations]], as Vanuatu. The capital and largest city is Port Vila. Estimated [[popu
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  • ...the Grenadines were granted full independence within the [[Commonwealth of Nations]] in 1979. The capital and largest city is Kingstown. Estimated population
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  • ...hen it became an independent and sovereign member of the [[Commonwealth of Nations]] as the Kingdom of Swaziland. The royal city is Lobamba while the adminis
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  • ...inidad and Tobago became an independent state within the [[Commonwealth of Nations]]. The country adopted a republican constitution in 1976. The capital and
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  • {{r|Commonwealth of Nations}} {{r|Morton National Park}}
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  • ...s and Nevis achieved independence as a dominion with the [[Commonwealth of Nations]]. The capital and largest city is Basseterre. Estimated [[population]] of
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  • {{r|Commonwealth of Nations}} {{r|Commonwealth realm}}
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  • ...[Kiribati]]. Tuvalu declared its independence within the [[Commonwealth of Nations]] in 1978. The capital and largest city is Funafuti. Estimated [[populatio
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  • ...the United Kingdom,<ref>[http://www.statistics.gov.uk/CCI/nugget.asp?ID=6 National Statistics Online - Population Estimates]. URL accessed 6 June 2007.</ref ...as occupied by the [[Anglo-Saxons]], rather than a name of an individual [[nation state]].
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  • ...966 it became an independent and sovereign member of the [[Commonwealth of Nations]] as the Kingdom of Lesotho. The capital and largest city is Maseru. Estim
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  • ...nt in 1967, and was granted full independence within the [[Commonwealth of Nations]] in 1979. The capital and largest city is Castries. The [[population]] of
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  • ...y in 1963. Nyasaland became an independent member of the [[Commonwealth of Nations]] in 1964, and adopted the name Malawi, becoming a republic in 1966. The c
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  • ...Panorama announced that thanks to a very mild winter and the virtual elimination of the dreaded spaghetti weevil, Swiss farmers were enjoying a bumper spagh In [[Commowealth of Nations|Commonwealth]] tradition, one is only allowed to play an April Fool's joke until 12 noon
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  • ...t of appeal for British territories overseas and in some [[Commonwealth of Nations]] countries.<ref>''Privy Council Office'': '[http://www.privy-council.org.
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  • ...] and northwest of [[Vanuatu]]. They are a member of the [[Commonwealth of Nations]]. ...assistance to reestablish law and order. In July, the Australian-led multinational force arrived to restore peace and disarm ethnic militias, and has remain
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  • {{r|Commonwealth of Nations}} ===National security and research===
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  • ...mmonwealth of Nations]]. [[Fish and chips]] is a particularly popular combination in the UK; this meal will always include deep-fried chips when purchased fr ...20Treasure(1).doc National Chip Week - Celebrating a National Treasure]'. 'National Chip Week' 2007 was 12th - 18th February.</ref> and has been identified a
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  • ...izen]]s; [[Ireland (state)|Irish]] citizens and those of [[Commonwealth of Nations]] countries can also participate, though [[European Union]] citizens canno
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  • {{Image|U.S. Kilogram Prototype.jpg|right|207px|The U.S. copy of the International Prototype Kilogram.}} ...name=FRdoc>[http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/PUBS_LIB/FedRegister/FRdoc59-5442.pdf National Bureau of Standards, Refinement of Values for the Yard and the Pound]] (F
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  • '''Papua New Guinea''' is a nation in [[Oceania]], made up of a group of islands between the [[Coral Sea]] and It is part of the [[Commonwealth of Nations]]. Port Moresby is the capital.
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  • ...glish]]'. This term does, however, exclude any country not a member of the Commonwealth, such as the [[Ireland (state)|Republic of Ireland]], where 'British' spell ...s not a single dialect, similar for all speakers throughout the UK and the Commonwealth. It differs from region to region and often extensively within the same tow
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  • '''New Zealand''' is an [[island]] [[nation]] in [[Oceania]], in the [[South Pacific]]. ...]. He was elected in November 2008 when the [[National Party (New Zealand)|National Party]] defeated the [[Labour Party (New Zealand)|Labour Party]], led by
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  • [[Image:Ww2-theater.jpg|thumb|right|350px|Allied designations for the various theaters of operations.]] ...els of productivity and generated a wide variety of new technologies. The nations had been mobilized in the interests of many opposing ideologies, often see
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  • ...t of [[Burundi]] was also a passenger, was shot down near near Kigali International Airport in Rwanda, fighting broke out. Col. Theoneste Bagosora took contr The [[United Nations Security Council]] formed the [[International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda]].
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  • ...s of [[New Zealand]], and the [[royal anthem]] of [[Canada]] and the other Commonwealth realms, as well as the royal anthem of the [[British Royal Family]]. When t ...ref>[http://www.royal.gov.uk/MonarchUK/Symbols/NationalAnthem.aspx British National Anthem]</ref> There has been some recent debate about replacing 'God Save
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  • {{Image|Canadian Flag.png|right|350px|National flag of Canada.}} ...magnet for immigrants. It is an active member of [[NATO]] and the [[United Nations]]. Since the 1970s a sovereignty movement in French-speaking [[Quebec]] ha
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  • ...t certainly the first to have taught them in Europe, the [[Commonwealth of Nations]] or the Americas. In 2002, an international association of Bartitsu enthusiasts, known as the Bartitsu Society, was f
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  • ...a headquarters of the [[Commonwealth of Independent States]] (CIS). As the national capital, Minsk has a special administrative status in Belarus and is also ...1569, it was a capital of the Minsk Voivodship in the [[Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth]]. It was annexed by [[Russia]] in 1793, as a consequence of the Second Par
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  • ...ntry, and would continue to do for centuries thereafter. Although in some nations the knight returned to foot combat in the fourteenth century, the associat ...mounted through the [[Italian Wars]] and beyond, and the knights of other nations would follow his lead. They became increasingly professional, paid warrio
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  • ...ong, signalling the new base for British merchants, who dominated the international trade of south China. They sent teas and silks to Europe, and imported co ...ionalism does not inevitably pit colonized against colonizers, for Chinese nationalism did not drive the Chinese merchants and intellectuals into opposition;
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  • '''Republicanism''' is the political ideology of a nation as a republic, with an emphasis on [[liberty]], rule by the people, and the ...s, he explored republican themes in his poetry and plays: political assassination, elected government, alternative constitutions, and, perhaps most important
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  • ...endent in 1984, Brunei has been a very loyal member state of the [[British Commonwealth]]. The ruling [[Sultan]], [[Hassanal Bolkiah]], is one of the world's riche ...ion of the Islamic Conference]], and the [[Association of South East Asian Nations]].
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  • [[Image:Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas.gif|thumb|left|Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas]] ...onwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CMMI)''' derives from the United Nations' Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands (TTPI), created in 1947, and admin
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  • A national celebration held every 5th November in the United Kingdom and some Commonwealth countries to mark a failed attempt in 1605 by several Catholic conspirators
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  • ...f the United Kingdom|UK Prime Minister]], [[David Cameron]], to notify the nation of his intention to step down following an interim period prior to the elec ...on the nation leaving the UK, and various comments from national and international organisations on stabilising the markets and respecting the referendum re
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  • ...urgh also hosts the [[Edinburgh Military Tattoo]] and the [[Edinburgh International Film Festival]], as well as jazz, book and science festivals. Other notab :[http://www.edinburgh.org/events/international_festival/ Edinburgh International Festival]
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  • ...ame when he delivered an Independence Day oration on "The True Grandeur of Nations," in Boston in 1845. He spoke against war, and made an impassioned appeal ...leader of the "[[conscience Whigs]]," but he declined to accept their nomination for the U.S. House of Representatives.
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  • ...d with the economic downturn, the price of copper crashed in 1931. An international agreement restricted output. This caused a catastrophe in Northern Rhodes ...trikes on the Copperbelt and boycotts in other urban areas against discrimination in services. The biggest of these was in April 1956 when the Congress calle
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  • ...entury, best known as the prime minister who led Britain to victory over [[National Socialism|Nazi]] Germany in [[World War II]]. He was awarded a [[Nobel Pr ...l returned to power as the [[First Lord of the Admiralty]]. After the resignation of [[Neville Chamberlain]] in May 1940, Churchill became Prime Minister in
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  • ...nited States''', '''U.S.A,''' '''U.S.,''' '''US,''' or '''America''', is a nation mainly located in [[North America]], between the [[Atlantic Ocean|Atlantic] ...titutional Convention of 1787, which divided powers between the states and national government, and divided powers in the latter among legislative (Congress)
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  • ...for several international awards, and is the recipient of Pakistan's first National Peace Prize. She was jointly awarded the 2014 [[Nobel Peace Prize]] with ...smissed: Malala's Story'' (2009) and interviews followed, and she gained a national following. The school was shut down. The Pakistani Army moved into the re
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  • * Bryce, James. ''American Commonwealth'' 2 vol (1888) remarkably detailed analysis of how politics worked [http:// * Garraty, John A. ''The New Commonwealth, 1877-1890,'' (1968)scholarly survey, strong on economic and political hist
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  • ...t to put him, and members of his family, on trial in Kyrgyzstan or an international court. <ref name=VOA2010-04-16>{{citation | title = Kyrgyzstan Confirms President's Resignation
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  • ...English Civil War]] and throughout Cromwell's years. Formally known as the Commonwealth of Virginia, this state was one of the first colonies in North America in t ...[[Monticello]] and [[Mount_Vernon| Mount Vernon]] are popular tourist destinations.<ref>http://www.virginia.org/site/features.asp?featureID=94</ref>
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  • ...he concerted aim of the Home Rule Party was a form of national self determination. The Home Rule movement wished to have an independent parliament, capable o ...was in the expressed defence of the monarchy. [[Eoin Mc Neill]] and other Nationalists then founded the [[Irish Volunteers]] in November 1913, with far fewe
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  • ...{cite journal| author=Ismail S. Talib| title=Singapore| journal=Journal of Commonwealth Literature| year=95| volume=3| issue=35| page=105|url=http://jcl.sagepub.co ...s "discovered" at age nineteen by [[Patricia Chan Li-Yin]] ("Pat Chan"), a nationally decorated female swimmer who retired to later become a magazine editor
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  • ...ette Messager, Holly Wright : essays. Richmond: Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University. ...storical Commission. (1972). The Greatness of Apolinario Mabini. [Manila]: National Historical Commission.
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  • ...'Republika ng Pilipinas'') or '''RP''', is an [[Archipelago|archipelagic]] nation located in [[Southeast Asia]], with [[Manila]] as its capital city. The Phi ...ic, multi-lingual, and multi-cultural state that still achieved a sense of national unity. The people are known as Filipinos.
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  • ...ion of an independent republic came with the ending of all ties with the [[Commonwealth]] on 21 December 1948. ...ro treaty [[Sinn Fein]]). Historians have criticised the argument that the nation wanted a Free State government, pointing out that the voters were left with
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  • ...[/Addendum#The composition of taxation|composition of taxation]] and international comparisons of the [[/Addendum#The tax burden|tax burden]], of the [[/Add ...''taxation''' are to finance [[public expenditure]] and to service the [[national debt]]. It can also be used to create a more equitable distribution of we
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  • *Demos, John. ''A Little Commonwealth: Family Life in Plymouth Colony,'' 1970 [http://www.questia.com/PM.qst?a=o& * Hart, Albert Bushnell, ed.''Commonwealth History of Massachusetts, Colony, Province and State'' (1927) - Vol. 1 ch
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  • ...rectly control troops. The NMCC does manage information flow between the [[National Command Authority]] and the [[Unified Combatant Command]]s. While it has ...f construction, the dividing line between the District of Columbia and the Commonwealth of Virginia ran down the center of the Potomac River. Since part of the Pen
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  • ...the largest territorial claim on the continent. Australia is one of seven nations that have claimed territory in Antarctica, the others being [[Argentina]], ...ed the Australasian Antarctic Expedition (AAE), which established bases at Commonwealth Bay and the Shackleton Ice Shelf, explored the coast near the bases and cla
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  • | publisher = Office for National Statistics ...ependencies' are not part of the UK, but their defence, foreign policy and nationality law are adminstered by the UK.</ref>==
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  • ...es in the parliament (winning forty, compared to twelve seats combined for Nationalist and Republican candidates. Craig saw his priorities as establishing th ...lways been, conservative, clerically-dominated, but utterly constitutional nationalists."<ref> Elliott, ''Catholics of Ulster'' (2001) p. 396</ref>
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