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Code Remedies : Remedies and Remedial Rights by the Civil Action A...

By: Pomeroy, John Norton, 1828-1885; Bogle, Thomas Ashford, 1852-1921

Remedies (Law) -- United States; Page 365%2F366 torn during scanning.

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The Declaratory Judgment, Brief

By: Borchard, Edwin Montefiore, 1884-1951
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A Text-Book of Radiology

By: Edward Reginald Morton
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The American Navy : Being an Authentic History of the United State...

By: French Ensor Chadwick
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Gravitation Versus Relativity, A Non-Technical Explanation of the ...

By: Poor, Charles Lane, 1866; Chamberlin, Thomas C. (Thomas Chrowder), 1843-1928
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History of the Indian Archipelago : Containing an Account of the M...

By: Crawfurd, John, 1783-1868
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Points of Contact between Science and Art : A Lecture Delivered at...

By: Wiseman, Nicholas Patrick, 1802-1865
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The Illustrated Guide to the Royal Navy and Foreign Navies, Also M...

By: Gibbs, Frederick T. M

The principal works of Murillo: p. [65]-86

Murillo, Bartolome? Esteban, 1617-1682

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The Earth as Modified by Human Action : A Last Revision of Man and...

By: George Perkins Marsh
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The Agrarian Problem in the Sixteenth Century

By: Richard Henry Tawney
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The End of a Coil

By: Warner, Susan, 1819-1885
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Carbon Finance at the World Bank : Questions and Answers

By: The World Bank

Economics

With the entry into force of the Kyoto Protocol on February 16, 2005, more than one hundred and forty countries agree to work together to fight global climate change. The thirty six industrialized countries that ratified the Protocol - namely Canada, Japan, members of the European Union, as well economies in transition from Central and Eastern Europe ? agree to put in place policies and measures to collectively reduce 5 percent of their emissions between 2008 to 2012 as ...

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Pyramid Scheme

By: Dave Freer and Eric Flint

Excerpt: Prologue the new nesot (near earth space object tracking) satellite paid dividends less than three months after its launch. The computerized system spat a data stream on the incoming object to norad. It did this for any detected object which would enter the earth's atmosphere.

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About the Holy Bible : A Lecture

By: Robert Green Ingersoll
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Insuring Your Deposits Confidence Federal Deposit Insurance Corpor...

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: What is the FDIC? The FDIC ? short for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ? is an independent agency of the United States government. The FDIC protects you against the loss of your deposits if an FDIC - insured bank or savings association fails. FDIC insurance is backed by the full faith and credit of the United States government. The term ?insured bank? is used in this brochure to mean any bank or savings association with FDIC insurance. To check whether...

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Hurrah for the Life of a Sailor! : Fifty Years in the Royal Navy

By: William Robert Kennedy
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Sisters of Glass

By: D. W. St. John

Excerpt: Karl Latte, best man ever worked for me. Unconventional.... auri cocks an eyebrow, what's that supposed to mean? independent as hell. Born five centuries too late, sees himself as a knight in black ostrich hide. Used to be a cop, but doesn't give a rat's hind end about law. Convince him you're the underdog, and he'll never quit?not while he breathes.

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Publications of the Navy Record Society: Naval Songs and Ballads :...

By: Navy Records Society (Great Britain)
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Henry Clay

By: Government Printing Office

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: The “Great Compromiser,” Henry Clay, a native of Virginia, moved to Kentucky at the age of 20 and settled in Lexington. There he practiced law with great success, aided by his sharp wit and nimble mind. In 1806, after a stint in the Kentucky legislature, he was elected to fill the unexpired term of a U.S. senator who had resigned. Clay took the seat, although he was four months younger than the constitutional age requirement of 30. In 1807 he again was elected t...

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An Introduction to the Use of Generalized Cordinates in Mechanics ...

By: William Elwood Byerly
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