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  • <!-- ALL fields with measurements have automatic unit conversion --> The state of Tobi, with population of 25, has an elected chief executive, the Governor. The state a
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  • {{About||a list of ships no longer in service with the Royal Navy|List of ship names of the Royal Navy}} ...]], and two patrol vessels form part of the [[Gibraltar Squadron]] and are permanently based there.
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  • | shape = cylindrical tower with balcony and lantern<ref>{{Cite rowlett|sht|accessdate=2016-05-29}}</ref><re ...rchipelago of [[Scotland]], is one of the [[United Kingdom]]’s most remote permanently inhabited [[island]]s. Owned since the turn of the 20th century by the Holb
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  • .... Originally, the ban covered six such hormones but was amended in 2003 to permanently ban one hormone —estradiol-17β — while provisionally banning the use o ....ch/docs/working_papers/wp_2002_08.pdf|archive-date=25 May 2005|url-status=dead|df=dmy-all}}</ref>
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  • ...tone in the attempts by the Portuguese to establish direct trade relations with the [[Far East]] (although [[Herodotus]] mentioned a claim that the [[Phoen ...ompass]], because they have an [[astrologer]], who stands on the side and, with an [[astrolabe]] in hand, gives orders to the navigator". (Text from the Fr
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  • ...ntrolled by a [[Navy Board (1964-present)|Navy Board]] (not to be confused with the historic Navy Board described later in this article). It is common for ...imes in and out of commission until 1709 after which the office was almost permanently in commission (the last Lord High Admiral being the future [[William IV of
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  • ...eir roles in producing human experiences and behaviors that are associated with [[love]]. ...is that [[sexually transmitted disease]]s may cause, among other effects, permanently reduced [[fertility]], injury to the fetus, and increase risks during [[chi
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  • ...=362&m=0&r=1&s=1477157918284&enc=1|archive-date=23 October 2016|url-status=dead}}</ref> ...ory of the County of Middlesex: Volume 6, Friern Barnet, Finchley, Hornsey With Highgate'', ed. T F T Baker and C R Elrington (London, 1980), pp. 107-111.
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  • | charge = Collaboration with a terrorist organization ...llaboration with a terrorist organization in Peru in 1996. Berenson worked with the [[Túpac Amaru Revolutionary Movement]] (MRTA), a group accused of tryi
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  • ...in for over one thousand years and HMCE was formed from predecessor bodies with a long history. With effect from 18 April 2005, HMCE merged with the [[Inland Revenue]] (which was responsible for the administration and co
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  • ...ia protests erupted over the spring of that year after students discovered links between the university and the institutional apparatus supporting the Unite ...for Defense Analyses]] (IDA), a weapons research [[think tank]] affiliated with the [[United States Department of Defense|U.S. Department of Defense]]. Th
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  • ...the rock. The island consists of a small [[outcrop]] of [[granite]] rocks with an area of about {{convert|8560|m2|sqft}}. During the low water [[tide#Rang ...orial waters]]. This ignited a 29-year territorial dispute which, together with the issue of sovereignty over the nearby maritime features of Middle Rocks
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  • It is institutional policy to include the definite article, with an initial capital letter, in its name (hence "The National Archives", abbr On 31 October 2006, The National Archives merged with the [[Office of Public Sector Information]] (OPSI), which itself also conta
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  • ...c.unesco.org/IYO/newsdesk/97-250e.htm |archivedate=July 7, 2010|url-status=dead|accessdate=February 29, 2016}}</ref> ...around the [[Moon]], and later finds evidence for frozen water, in soil in permanently shadowed craters near the Moon's poles.
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  • ...McCarthy]]. He critically wounded Press Secretary [[James Brady]], who was permanently disabled in the shooting. ...fendants in Federal Criminal Court proceedings in the United States. Along with [[Squeaky Fromme|Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme]] and [[Sara Jane Moore]], Hinckl
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  • ...x1004&m=0&r=1&s=1443796514190&enc=1|archive-date=6 October 2015|url-status=dead}}</ref> ...y|East India Company]] and [[Trinity House]] subscribed to its restoration with a payment of £2,000 in 1774.
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  • ...he motor coordination of the body. Proprioceptors can form reflex circuits with motor neurons to provide rapid feedback about body and limb position. These ...vertebrates, such as insects, also possess three basic proprioceptor types with analogous functional properties: [[Chordotonal organ|chordotonal neurons]],
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  • ...rk station to work station, a finished product can be assembled faster and with less labor than by having workers carry parts to a stationary piece for ass ...[conveyor]]s or motorized vehicles such as [[fork lifts]], or [[gravity]], with no manual trucking. Heavy lifting is done by machines such as [[overhead cr
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  • ...[City of Westminster]]. It was built in 1819 to connect [[Regent Street]] with [[Piccadilly]]. In this context, a circus, from the Latin word meaning "cir [[File:Piccadillycircus1896.gif|left|thumb|Piccadilly Circus in 1896, with a view towards [[Leicester Square]] via Coventry Street. [[London Pavilion]
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  • ...with deserters cph.3c32320.jpg|thumb|right|[[Armenia]]n soldiers in 1919, with deserters as prisoners]] ...)|leave]]) and is done with the intention of not returning. This contrasts with '''unauthorized absence''' ('''UA''') or '''absence without leave''' ('''AW
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