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  • ...utch-American (ABDA) command made a western Pacific command irrelevant. A China-Burma-India Theater formed, but was principally a land command. Nearly 60 percent of the world's population, in 39 independent states.
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  • ...c of China|China]]. It is one of four [[Municipalities|municipalities]] in China, giving it autonomy from the surrounding province of [[Hebei]]. The city is | accessdate = 2007-12-30 }}</ref> All of China's 56 ethnic groups are represented in the city, although the population is
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  • ...ame="rdl">Dworkin, ''Law's Empire'', 66</ref> as an "authority" to mediate people's interests,<ref name="jra">Raz, ''The Authority of Law'', 3-36</ref> and ...nt and its citizens, providing a framework for making new laws, protecting people's [[civil rights]], and [[election|electing]] political representatives, w
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  • ...Culver City was inhabited by the [[Tongva]](also known as [[Gabrieleño]] people.<ref name="la_a2z">Entry on Culver City in ''Los Angeles A to Z'' by Leona ...ed on the lots of Culver City's studios, including ''[[The Wizard of Oz (1939 film)|The Wizard of Oz]]'', ''[[The Thin Man (film)|The Thin Man]]'', ''[[G
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  • ...in the [[Himalaya|Himalaya Mountains]], sandwiched between [[India]] and [[China]] in [[South Asia]]. The local name for the country is '''Druk Yul'''. It i ..., or ''Monyul'' ("Dark Land", a reference to the [[Monpa]], the aboriginal peoples of Bhutan) may have existed between [[500s BC|500&nbsp;BCE]] and 600&nbsp
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  • <blockquote>Infanticide has been practiced on every continent and by people on every level of cultural complexity, from hunter gatherers to high civil | pages = 239.
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  • ...37 years. In major cities, the median age was 36, in inner regional areas 39, and outer regional areas 38. ...gional areas, 10% in remote areas and 16% in very remote areas. Indigenous people therefore made up 48% of the overall population in very remote areas and 1
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  • ....pdf</ref> The capital is [[Dublin]]. A 1948 act provides that the term '''Republic of Ireland''' may be used as "the description of the State."<ref> ...irishstatutebook.ie/1948/en/act/pub/0022/sec0002.html#sec2 Article 2], The Republic of Ireland Act, 1948, Government of Ireland.</ref>
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  • ...=Thought Reform and the Psychology of Totalism: A Study of Brainwashing in China | last = Lifton | first = Robert Jay ...ther than capture by special forces operators of the [[Democratic People's Republic of Korea]].
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  • ...i.e., different than the H5N1 "bird flu", killed between 40 and 50 million people. Its genome has been sequenced, there is a much better understanding of wh ...ercent of the people in countries such as [[Nigeria]] and the [[Democratic Republic of the Congo]] (DRC) have access to basic medical care, and even in relat
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  • ...ocratic People's Republic of Korea]] (North Korea), with assistance from [[China]] and the [[Soviet Union]]<ref name=Weatherby>{{citation ...lsoncenter.org/topics/pubs/ACF1BD.pdf }}</ref> were arrayed against the [[Republic of Korea]] (South Korea), supported by the [[United States]] and a multin
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  • {{dambigbox|the ideology|Republicanism}} ...e of what sort of values and behaviour by the citizens is necessary if the republic is to survive and flourish; the emphasis has been on widespread citizen p
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  • The region was inhabited by the [[Lenape]] people at the time of the arrival of the Italian explorer [[Giovanni da Verrazzan ...augurated at [[Federal Hall]] on Wall Street.<ref>{{cite web | title = The People's Vote: President George Washington's First Inaugural Speech (1789) | publ
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  • ...te peace. Although the elections returned a largely monarchist Assembly, a Republican, [[Jules Grévy]] became its first President. [[Adolphe Thiers]], elect ...). After the 1876 elections, he was faced with a chamber of overwhelmingly republican deputies, yet he chose the Orleanist [[Duc de Broglie]] as Prime Minist
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  • | Ethanol production (annual) || 39 || 50 || 67 billion liters ...er in Spain|Spain]] and [[Wind power in Portugal|Portugal]], and 9% in the Republic of Ireland.<ref>[[International Energy Agency]] (2009). [http://www.ieawi
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  • ...s, the National Democratic Rally came second with 68 seats in the National People's Assembly. The [[Islamist]] Green Alliance won only 48 seats. In February 2011, mass protests, during which at least 846 people were killed, ended the 30-year presidency of [[Hosni Mubarak]], and he was
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  • ...ly Armenian population in Nagorno-Karabakh protested control by the Muslim Republic of [[Azerbaijan]], which had Turkey's support. During the presidency of T ..., Eastern Armenia became the home of the national survival of the Armenian people. The fate of Western Armenia was different. The organized massacres of 189
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  • ...m.jpg|right|350px|Hydroelectric power Three Gorges Dam on Yangtze river in China}} ...website of the [[Stanford University]] in [[Stanford, California]]</ref> [[China]] is the world's largest producer of hydroelectric power in the world, foll
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  • ...y and Asiatic citizenship'' (1918) [http://pds.lib.harvard.edu/pds/view/4273916?n=153&s=4 p. 153 online] </ref> ...ese citizenship in Hawaii'' (1905) [http://pds.lib.harvard.edu/pds/view/4433933?n=6&imagesize=1200&jp2Res=.25 page 6 online]; Stephan Thernstrom, ed. ''H
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  • ...retil.sub.uni-goettingen.de/#Tipit], [http://web.archive.org/web/20100615203958/http://buddhistethics.org/palicanon.html]; this transcript makes changes ...not same printing dates as above) at [http://www.kbrl.gov.mm/catalog/Index/39?page=32]; click on Eng to get from the Burmese page to the English version;
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