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  • TORI should not be confused with [[Tory]] which is name of the British Conservative party.
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  • ...nationalists; they wanted to restore the monarchy, existed here before the British dominion. ...barracks of the colonial troops were destroyed. Mercenary raids forced the British troops to leave, first, from the island; then from the entire archipelago N
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  • ...jectures and refutations. - 'Philosophy of Science: a Personal Report', in British Philosophy in Mid-Century, ed. C. A. Mace, 1957.
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  • ...trader Gunvor, Torbjörn Törnqvist, admitted in a letter to the editor of British newspaper The Guardian that Gunvor does have a “third beneficiary”. But
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  • The 46-metre vessel was about 222km off British Columbia's Queen Charlotte Islands, KING 5 News reported.
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  • ...tures and refutations. -’Philosophy of Science: A Personal Report’, in British Philosophy in Mid-Century, ed. C. A. Mace; 1957. ...B. Political hazards in the diagnosis of ’sluggish schizophrenia’. The British Journal of Psychiatry. 1986;148:247-256.<br>
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  • ...afran. Political hazards in the diagnosis of 'sluggish schizophrenia'. The British Journal of Psychiatry {\bf 148} 247-256 (1986) ...afran. Political hazards in the diagnosis of 'sluggish schizophrenia'. The British Journal of Psychiatry {\bf 148} 247-256 (1986)
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  • British lawyers have flown to Ukraine to prepare a class action against the Russian
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  • http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/russia/8754493/The-British-government-must-confront-Russia-over-human-rights-abuses.html Andrew Osborn. 'The British government must confront Russia over human rights abuses'. 11 Sep 2011.
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  • '''Tory''' is name of the British conservative party.
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  • ...jectures and refutations. - 'Philosophy of Science: a Personal Report', in British Philosophy in Mid-Century, ed. C. A. Mace, 1957.
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  • Antony Flew, the British scholar who for years has been the world's most noteworthy philosophical pr
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  • ...afran. Political hazards in the diagnosis of 'sluggish schizophrenia'. The British Journal of Psychiatry {\bf 148} 247-256 (1986)
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  • ...oof Russia was involved in dissident's murder. 10:00PM GMT 23 Jan 2015. .. British prosecutors want two men, Andrei Lugovoy and Dimitri Kovtun, both of whom a ...ssian-money?CMP=share_btn_tw Luke Harding, Nick Hopkins and Caelainn Barr. British banks handled vast sums of laundered Russian money. Monday 20 March 2017 18
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  • ...oof Russia was involved in dissident's murder. 10:00PM GMT 23 Jan 2015. .. British prosecutors want two men, [[Andrei Lugovoy]] and [[Dimitri Kovtun]], both o
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  • ...afran. Political hazards in the diagnosis of 'sluggish schizophrenia'. The British Journal of Psychiatry 148 247-256 (1986)
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  • ...ssian-money?CMP=share_btn_tw Luke Harding, Nick Hopkins and Caelainn Barr. British banks handled vast sums of laundered Russian money. Monday 20 March 2017 18 ...oof Russia was involved in dissident's murder. 10:00PM GMT 23 Jan 2015. .. British prosecutors want two men, [[Andrei Lugovoy]] and [[Dimitri Kovtun]], both o
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  • ...rldnews/vladimir-putin/10996752/Vladimir-Putin-is-a-thug-and-liar-says-top-British-envoy.html Vladimir Putin is a thug and liar, says top British envoy.
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  • ...ade of Berlin was lifted at one minute after midnight on 12 May 1949.[4] A British convoy immediately drove through to Berlin, and the first train from West G
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  • ...pe of letters to the wifes of the French, US and Polish presidents and the British Prime Minister <ref name="ng"> ...pe of letters to the wifes of the French, US and Polish presidents and the British Prime Minister.</i></ref>. Some of the letters are published in the [[Novay
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  • ...m, may be a little bit more nervous," McCain said in an interview with the British Broadcasting Corp. late yesterday. "It's the spring, not just the Arab spri
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  • ...m, may be a little bit more nervous," McCain said in an interview with the British Broadcasting Corp. late yesterday. "It's the spring, not just the Arab spri
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  • ...ssian-money?CMP=share_btn_tw Luke Harding, Nick Hopkins and Caelainn Barr. British banks handled vast sums of laundered Russian money. Monday 20 March 2017 18
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  • ...ssian-money?CMP=share_btn_tw Luke Harding, Nick Hopkins and Caelainn Barr. British banks handled vast sums of laundered Russian money. Monday 20 March 2017 18
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  • <i>On 30 January 1972, 13 people were killed when soldiers from the British Parachute Regiment opened fire on a civil rights march in Derry. The day be
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  • http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/russia/8754493/The-British-government-must-confront-Russia-over-human-rights-abuses.html Andrew Osborn. 'The British government must confront Russia over human rights abuses'. 11 Sep 2011.
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  • ...her side. It is the latter who are quite interesting. For instance, take British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, who, back in 1919, was proud of his perso
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  • ...English it has always equated to a thousand million (i.e. 1,000,000,000). British English has now adopted the American figure, though, so that a billion equa
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  • ...albeit a somewhat regrettable development from the point of view that the British convention for representing large numbers is simpler and more logical than
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  • ...English it has always equated to a thousand million (i.e. 1,000,000,000). British English has now adopted the American figure, though, so that a billion equa
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  • ...Strait. Oceania comprises the Americas, the Atlantic islands including the British Isles, Australasia, and the southern portion of Africa. Eastasia, smaller t ...super-states are arbitrary. Eurasia, for example, could easily conquer the British Isles, which are geographically part of Europe, or on the other hand it wou
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  • On Thursday, a British inquiry into the polonium poisoning death of former Russian agent Alexander I’m writing on behalf of all British activists who fight for justice against dictators around the world. Your go
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  • http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2709324/Putin-thug-liar-British-diplomat-tears-Russian-President-EU-tightens-economic-stronghold.html 'Putin is a thug and a liar': British diplomat tears into Russian President as EU targets banks, arms deals and e
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  • 2015.10.11, The British military forces are reported to get permission to attack (and to shut–dow 2016.03.30, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond indicates that Russia represented a threat
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  • Member of the British Academy and Foreign Member of the Academia dei Lincei
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  • ...ndreas Schockenhoff, described the legal proceedings as a "show trial" and British Foreign Secretary William Hague warned against the "selective application o
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  • Kylie MacLellan, Denis Pinchuk, Michael Holden. British MP likens Russia's behaviour in Syria to that of Nazis. Tue Oct 11, 2016 | A senior British member of parliament has accused Russia of targeting civilians in Syria in
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  • Roth: The British Foreign Secretary.
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  • ...r-putin/12117729/Litvinenko-killers-left-trail-of-radiation-after-visit-to-British-embassy-to-plead-innocence.html Litvinenko killers left trail of radiation after visit to British embassy to plead innocence. 9:00PM GMT 23 Jan 2016.
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  • ...t, American President Bill Clinton, Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma, and British Prime Minister John Major, extreme right, sign the [[Budapest memorandum]]
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  • Two British families killed by 'Putin the terrorist'. 10:59 GMT, 20 July 2014. British lawyers are preparing a class action against the Russian president through
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  • Russia ranked at top of danger list to British security. 12:01AM, November 7 2015.
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  • ...on 1 November 2000. Mr Litvinenko was granted asylum in 2001 and became a British citizen in October 2006.
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  • The most spectacular point in the operation set the abduction and murder of British and New Zealand engineers carried out our orders. In June last year before
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  • ...it never reached its intended recipient because of an intervention by the British government. Just over a month later, the world looked on in horror as Germa
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  • ...w on the Economics of Climate Change is a 700-page report released for the British government on 30 October 2006 by economist Nicholas Stern, chair of the Gra
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  • ...ges Hitler suggested to rearrange the world order acting together with the British Empire.
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  • ...Ark!'... claim evangelical explorers on mission to snow-capped Ararat (but British scientists say 'show us your evidence')
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  • The emulation represents the letter by [[Winston Churchill]] (British leader who won the World War 2) to [[Nina Andreeva]] ([[Soviet Veteran]], w
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  • ...rldnews/vladimir-putin/10996752/Vladimir-Putin-is-a-thug-and-liar-says-top-British-envoy.html Vladimir Putin is a thug and liar, says top British envoy.
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  • https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/mar/20/british-banks-handled-vast-sums-of-laundered-russian-money?CMP=share_btn_tw Luke Harding, Nick Hopkins and Caelainn Barr. British banks handled vast sums of laundered Russian money.
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  • ...bility in the eyes of the world, they are illegal by anybody's standards," British Foreign Secretary William Hague told reporters.
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  • ...rikes supporting Syrian government forces' advance against the opposition, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said on Friday. .. "Russia, in particular,
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  • ...nes passenger jet over eastern Ukraine, The Sunday Telegraph can disclose. British lawyers are preparing a class action against the Russian president through
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  • ...afran. Political hazards in the diagnosis of 'sluggish schizophrenia'. The British Journal of Psychiatry {\bf 148} 247-256 (1986)
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  • ...it never reached its intended recipient because of an intervention by the British government. Just over a month later, the world looked on in horror as Germa
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  • ...afran. Political hazards in the diagnosis of 'sluggish schizophrenia'. The British Journal of Psychiatry {\bf 148} 247-256 (1986)
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  • [[File:British airlines were warned in September.jpg|300px|thumb|Map of the place of loss
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  • Watch Russia’s UN Deputy Warn A British Diplomat To Never “Dare Insult Russia Again” ...fronkov, Russia’s deputy ambassador to the United Nations, yelled at the British ambassador on Wednesday. Apr. 13, 2017, at 7:17 a.m.
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  • ...ted [[offshore]] system was put in place between Hong Kong, Singapore, the British Virgin Islands and Panama by the close aides of Marine Le pen," wrote Le Mo
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  • This is one of the largest and most complex investigations undertaken by British counter terrorism policing and we thank the public for their continued supp
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  • ...lago. It was here in 1790, the natives were eaten several sailors from the British ship Bounty. The author of these lines, having gone with a scientific and h ...hey do not want to part with, although in Meganesia there is a metric, not British, system of units.
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  • ...nationalists; they wanted to restore the monarchy, existed here before the British dominion. They passed off Miss Korn as the heiress of an ancient royal fami ...barracks of the colonial troops were destroyed. Mercenary raids forced the British troops to leave, first, from the island; then from the entire archipelago N
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  • ByNigel Nelson. Vladimir Putin 'ordered novichok assassin to murder British spy behind Trump sex dossier'.
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  • ...as been identified as the source of the nerve agent used at Salisbury in a British intelligence briefing for its allies, The Times has learnt. // It was used
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  • ...an war, the underwater version of the Nobel land mine was sued against the British fleet. ..
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  • ...ally organised flotillas, that it won in the staff games. The American and British press began to leak some data about the scandalous game. The newspapers pub
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  • USA had been colonised mainly by the British people. The main language there is almost English. America remained the British colony, but, since 1773.05.10, gets independence with main slogan
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  • ...an war, the underwater version of the Nobel land mine was sued against the British fleet. ..
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  • http://www.bbc.com British Broadcasting Corporation
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  • http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/russia/8754493/The-British-government-must-confront-Russia-over-human-rights-abuses.html Andrew Osborn. 'The British government must confront Russia over human rights abuses'. 11 Sep 2011.
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  • Often their last name "Smit" is misspelt as the common British and American last name "Smith",
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  • We had to finish with the enemy. They continued to bomb the British cities and sink our ships. Somewhere they made or stored the pistons and mi
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  • ...e genetic sequence of coronavirus provided by Chinese scientists, and some British experts are confident that a vaccine could be available within weeks. //
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  • [[File:British Political Personalities 1936-1945 HU59722.jpg|160px|right]]
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  • ...response to fraudulent instructions. During World War II, the Nazis forged British pounds and American dollars. Today some of the finest counterfeit banknotes
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  • BBC World Service is a British public broadcast service. Wikipedia
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  • The American monopolies and their British and French
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  • ...ut peacefully and some sort of federation will be created, similar to the British Commonwealth or the European Economic Community. Peace will be concluded wi
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  • ...ures and refutations. - ’Philosophy of Science: a Personal Report’, in British Philosophy in Mid-Century, ed. C. A. Mace, 1957. https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/the-british-journal-of-psychiatry/article/political-hazards-in-the-diagnosis-of-sluggis
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  • In British English, a billion used to be equivalent to a million million (i.e. 1,000,0
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  • ...tures and refutations. -’Philosophy of Science: A Personal Report’, in British Philosophy in Mid-Century, ed. C. A. Mace; 1957. ...B. Political hazards in the diagnosis of ’sluggish schizophrenia’. The British Journal of Psychiatry. 1986;148:247-256.<br>
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  • - Yes, it is clear. Thanks.. Last year, answering a question by a British journalist, you told, how did you appear.<br>
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  • ...tionalist revolt which attempted to restore the monarchy that preceded the British dominion. Ms. Korn presented herself as an heiress to the ancient royal fam ...racks of the colonial troops got destroyed. The mercenary raids forced the British troops to leave the island, then the entire Nelson archipelago, and later t
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  • [[英]] may refer to English (language); but also to something British, related to the UK. [[Category:British]]
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  • ...albeit a somewhat regrettable development from the point of view that the British convention for representing large numbers is simpler and more logical than
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  • <ref>Lisa Gannett (2004): ‘The Biological Reification of Race’, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 55, p. 323
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