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  • 81 James K. Polk: Inaugural Address — ▪ Primary Source       Tuesday, March 4, 1845       Without solicitation on my part, I have been chosen by the free and voluntary suffrages of my countrymen to the most honorable and most responsible office on earth. I am deeply impressed with… …

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  • 82 Roger B. Taney: Dred Scott v. Sandford (1857) — ▪ Primary Source       By the mid 1850s there existed a widespread feeling that the slavery question, which Congress had been unable to resolve, should be dealt with by the courts; and President Buchanan, in his inaugural address (March 4, 1857) …

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  • 83 Appeals — • The purpose of this article is to give a comprehensive view of the positive legislation of the Church on appeals belonging to the ecclesiastical forum; but it does not treat of the nature of the ecclesiastical forum itself nor of the rights of… …

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  • 84 Ecclesiastical Buildings — • This term comprehends all constructions erected for the celebration of liturgical acts, whatever be the name given to them, church, chapel, oratory, and basilica Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Ecclesiastical Buildings      …

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  • 85 Ordinary — • Denotes any person possessing or exercising ordinary jurisdiction Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Ordinary     Ordinary     † …

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  • 86 Religious Life — • Overview and evangelical ideas on what makes up religious life Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Religious Life     Religious Life      …

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  • 87 Vicar — • In canon law, the representative of a person clothed with ordinary ecclesiastical jurisdiction Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Vicar     Vicar      …

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  • 88 Ecclesiastical Courts —     Ecclesiastical Courts     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ecclesiastical Courts     I. JUDICIAL POWER IN THE CHURCH     In instituting the Church as a perfect society, distinct from the civil power and entirely independent of it, Christ gave her… …

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  • 89 Constitution of the Federated States of Micronesia — Contents 1 Preamble 2 ARTICLE I: Territory of Micronesia 2.1 Section One 2.2 Section Two 2.3 Sectio …

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  • 90 Cooperating Associations — Cooperating Associations, also known as interpretive associations or natural history associations, support the interpretive, educational and scientific programs and services of governmental land management agencies such as the National Park… …

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  • 91 Judicial Procedures Reform Bill of 1937 — The Hughes Court, 1932–1937. Front row: Justices Brandeis and Van Devanter, Chief Justice Hughes, and Justices McReynolds and Sutherland. Back row: Justices Roberts, Butler, Stone, and Cardozo …

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  • 92 De-Ba'athification — (Arabic: اجتثاث حزب البعث‎) refers to a Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) policy outlined in CPA Order 1 which entered into force on 16 May 2003.[1] The policy’s goal was to remove the Ba ath Party s influence in the new Iraqi political… …

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  • 93 Siberian regionalism — Banner of Siberian regionalism Siberian regionalism (Russian: Сибирское областничество), is a political movement to form an autonomous Siberian polity. It originated in the mid 19th century and reached a high tide with the military activities of… …

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  • 94 bureaucracy — I noun administration, agency, authorities, delegated authority, departmentalization, governance, government, government by bureaus, government office, governmental procedure, governmental system for decision making, inflexible routine,… …

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  • 95 committee — com·mit·tee n 1: a person to whom a charge (as an incompetent) is committed compare conservator, curator, guardian, tutor …

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  • 96 legislation — 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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  • 97 delegate — I n. 1) a party delegate 2) a delegate at large 3) a delegate to (a delegate to a convention) II v. 1) (B) he delegated his responsibilities to a deputy 2) (H) she was delegated to represent us * * * [ delɪgeɪt] (B) he delegated his… …

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  • 98 delegate — ♦♦♦ delegates, delegating, delegated (The noun is pronounced [[t]de̱lɪgət[/t]]. The verb is pronounced [[t]de̱lɪgeɪt[/t]].) 1) N COUNT A delegate is a person who is chosen to vote or make decisions on behalf of a group of other people, especially …

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  • 99 del|e|gate — «noun. DEHL uh giht, gayt; verb. DEHL uh gayt», noun, verb, gat|ed, gat|ing. –n. 1. a person given power or authority to act for others; representative: »Our club sent two delegates to the state meeting. The three Moroccan delegates to the former …

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  • 100 Sacraments of the Catholic Church — This article is an expansion of a section entitled Sacraments within the article: Roman Catholic Church .The Sacraments of the Catholic Church, instituted by Christ and entrusted to the Church, are efficacious signs of grace perceptible to the… …

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