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  • ...n pattern of conduct for British royalty, based on middle-class values and virtues. ...ship, although father and son feared each other; the royal family was relieved that the older brother, a homosexual, did not become king.
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  • <!-- Remove the section below after copying links to the other sections. --> Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/George V]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • ...n pattern of conduct for British royalty, based on middle-class values and virtues. ...ship, although father and son feared each other; the royal family was relieved that the older brother, a homosexual, did not become king.
    13 KB (2,048 words) - 06:00, 15 February 2010
  • ...the [[United States Senate]] and the [[United States House of Representatives]]. It met in [[Washington, D.C.]] from March 4, 1865 to March 3, 1867, du ...ats in this [[United States House of Representatives |House of Representatives]] was based on the Eighth Census of the United States in 1860. Both chamb
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  • {{r|George V}} {{r|George VI}}
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  • ...the [[United States Senate]] and the [[United States House of Representatives]]. It met in [[Washington, D.C.]] from March 4, 1867 to March 3, 1869, du ...ats in this [[United States House of Representatives| House of Representatives]] was based on the Eighth Census of the United States in 1860. Both chamb
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  • <!-- Remove the section below after copying links to the other sections. --> {{r|Extrajudicial detention, U.S., George W. Bush Administration}}
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  • | colspan="2" align="center" | '''King Edward VIII''' ...the Duke of Windsor (born Edward Albert Christian George Andrew Patrick David [[House of Windsor|Windsor]]) (23 June 1894 - 28 May 1972) was King of th
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  • {{r|Privy Council (UK)}} {{r|George VI}}
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  • ...ge|Phil.jpg|right|300px|Prince Philip at the Catton Hall National Horse Driving Trials, 2006.}} ...nt Philip Mountbatten. Just prior to his marriage, [[King George VI|George VI of the United Kingdom]] created him [[Duke of Edinburgh]], Earl of Merione
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  • ...were used. The century to follow was full of constitutional turmoil and civil war. For a brief period during Cromwell's Protectorate, there was just on ===House of Hanover===
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  • ...r in [[international arbitration]] and staunch advocate of [[world peace]] verging on [[pacifism]], and scion of the leading political family in Ohio. ...backing of the incumbent President and Taft's close friend [[Theodore Roosevelt]].
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  • * Richard, Duke of Gloucester (grandson of George V). * Edward, Duke of Kent (grandson of King George V).
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  • {{r|Extrajudicial detention, U.S., George W. Bush Administration}} {{r|Hamdan v. Rumsfeld||**}}
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  • <!-- Remove the section below after copying links to the other sections. --> {{r|Extrajudicial detention, U.S., George W. Bush Administration}}
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  • ...ned 1936-1952); father of Queen Elizabeth II and second son of King George V.
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  • <!-- Remove the section below after copying links to the other sections. --> {{r|Administrative law}}
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  • {{r|American Civil Liberties Union}} {{r|Boumediene v. Bush}}
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  • ...bpages}}</noinclude>British [[battleship]] of the 35,000 ton [[King George V-class]], commissioned 1941 and sent after ''[[DKM Bismarck]]'' and damaged,
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  • ...unifying figure during the hard years of [[World War II]], refusing to leave London during the Blitz. ...and Princess Margaret Rose (1930-2002). In 1924-1925 the duke and duchess visited Uganda and the Sudan, and in 1927, Australia and New Zealand.
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  • | subphylum = Vertebrata ...opic=TSN&search_value=700635 Naja atra (TSN 700635)] at [http://www.itis.gov/index.html Integrated Taxonomic Information System]. Accessed 15 May 2012.<
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  • ...pproval at the polls, opponents fought a short civil war against the new government or Ireland. ...Party) a party which dominated politics south of North Eastern Ireland. Several Home Rule bills were introduced but each was blocked in its turn and Pa
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