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Canadian AutonomyCanadian Autonomy
Canada became a country on July 1, 1867. At that time, they were still controlled by Britain in some ways
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African human rights law journalAfrican human rights law journal
Capital sentencing discretion in Southern Africa: a human rights perspective on the doctrine of extenuating circumstances in death penalty cases
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Learning intentionLearning intention
Name: teacher: date
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1995 acf regionals Questions by University of Tennessee1995 acf regionals Questions by University of Tennessee
Mamelukes, but his fleet was destroyed at Navarino in 1827. The other was born in Louisville, ky, in 1942, gained the world heavyweight crown by defeating Sonny Liston in 1964, and changed his name from Cassius Clay to his current one
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An exhibition of material from the Monash University Library, Rare Book CollectionAn exhibition of material from the Monash University Library, Rare Book Collection
Deputy La Trobe Librarian. Shortly afterwards in the lead up to Victoria’ sesqui-centenary, the then State Librarian, the late Warren Horton
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Publications for Helen Irving 2016Publications for Helen Irving 2016
Irving, H. (2016). Citizenship, Alienage, and the Modern Constitutional State: a gendered History. United States: Cambridge University Press
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Australian National Flag Day – 3 September History of Australian National Flag DayAustralian National Flag Day – 3 September History of Australian National Flag Day
Australian National Flag Day celebrates the first time the flag was flown on 3 September 1901
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Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs Fact Sheet 30Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs Fact Sheet 30
Since 1945, more than 3 million people have come to Australia as new settlers. Their arrival has had a marked influence on all aspects of our society
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War crimes and australiaWar crimes and australia
In the course of debate in the House of Representatives on the second reading of the International War Crimes Tribunal Bill 1994 (Cth)
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Original: englishOriginal: english
Core document forming part of the reports of States Parties : Barbados. 25/06/98
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Stage 2 cogs Unit (B): Being AustralianStage 2 cogs Unit (B): Being Australian
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Australia Day should be celebrated on the 26th of JanuaryAustralia Day should be celebrated on the 26th of January
It has been celebrated on the 26th of January for many years and represents several important aspect of Australian history
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Ounces of PreventionOunces of Prevention
When Pieter Paul Rubens entered the Brussels’ home of fellow diplomat Alessandro Scaglia he was surprised to find his friend and patron, Nicolaas Rockox of Antwerp, deep in conversation with the abate
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\"Black Robe.\" A viewer’s Guide"Black Robe." A viewer’s Guide
But even so, this is the best depiction of European-Native encounters, and has won various film awards
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Clever essex a metal project funded through a heritage lottery fund grant research to dateClever essex a metal project funded through a heritage lottery fund grant research to date
Anti-Slavery and temperance campaigns of the time and her grandfather, William Allen, had been a well-known radical and Nonconformist
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