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  • 1 To have in contemplation — Contemplation Con tem*pla tion, n. [F. contemplation, L. contemplatio.] 1. The act of the mind in considering with attention; continued attention of the mind to a particular subject; meditation; musing; study. [1913 Webster] In contemplation of… …

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  • 2 Contemplation — Con tem*pla tion, n. [F. contemplation, L. contemplatio.] 1. The act of the mind in considering with attention; continued attention of the mind to a particular subject; meditation; musing; study. [1913 Webster] In contemplation of created things …

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  • 3 Contemplation (Kafka) — Contemplation, or Meditation (Betrachtung in German) is a sequence of eighteen short stories by Franz Kafka written between 1904 and 1912. Eight of these stories were published under the same title in the bimonthly Hyperion and were Kafka s first …

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  • 4 In-band on-channel — (IBOC) is a method of transmitting digital radio and analog radio broadcast signals simultaneously on the same frequency.By utilizing additional digital subcarriers or sidebands, digital information is piggybacked on a normal AM or FM analog… …

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  • 5 Contemplation — • The idea of contemplation is connected with that of mystical theology Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. contemplation     Contemplation      …

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  • 6 Contemplation — For other uses, see Contemplation (disambiguation). Statue The Spirit of Contemplation by Albert Toft. The word contemplation comes from the Latin word contemplatio. Its root is also that of the Latin word templum, a piece of ground consecrated… …

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  • 7 In Search of Lost Time — Swann s Way redirects here. For other similar titles, see Swans Way (disambiguation). In Search of Lost Time (Remembrance of Things Past)   …

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  • 8 contemplation of parties rule — The rule of damages applied in actions for breach of contract that the damages recoverable for the breach are such as may fairly and reasonably be considered as arising naturally that is, according to the usual course of things from the breach of …

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  • 9 Professional negligence in English Law — In the English law of tort, professional negligence is a subset of the general rules on negligence to cover the situation in which the defendant has represented him or herself as having more than average skills and abilities. The usual rules rely …

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  • 10 Standard in Westcheap —    In the middle of Cheapside, nearly opposite the south end of Honey Lane, east of Bread Street (Leake, 1666), at the western boundary of Cheap Ward (S. 261, 267, 273).    Earliest mention: The Standard, 19 Rich. II. 1395 6 (Cal. L. Bk. H.… …

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  • 11 Abortion in the United States — has been legal in every state since the United States Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade, on January 22, 1973. Prior to Roe , there were exceptions to the abortion ban in at least 10 states; Roe established that a woman has a right to self… …

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  • 12 Duty of care in English law — English Tort law Part of the common law series Negligence Duty of care Bolam test Breach of duty Causation …

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  • 13 Dhyāna in Buddhism — Chinese name Traditional Chinese 禪 Simplified Chinese 禅 …

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  • 14 Duress in English law — For United States law on the criminal defense, as well as for duress in contract law, see duress. Duress in English law is a complete common law defence, operating in favour of those who commit crimes because they are forced or compelled to do so …

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  • 15 Charitable trusts in English law — The High Court of Justice, which along with the Charity Commission has jurisdiction over disputes in charitable trusts. Charitable trusts in English law are a form of express trust dedicated to charitable goals. There are a variety of advantages… …

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  • 16 Judicial review in English law — See also: Judicial review Judicial review is a procedure in English administrative law by which the courts in England and Wales supervise the exercise of public power on the application of an individual. A person who feels that an exercise of… …

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  • 17 Places that have decriminalized non-medical cannabis in the United States — Contents 1 Map 2 Alaska 3 Arkansas 4 California …

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  • 18 A Day in the Life (Battlestar Galactica) — Infobox Television episode | Title = A Day in the Life Caption = Wedding photo of Bill and Carolanne Adama. Series = Battlestar Galactica Season = 3 Episode = 15 Airdate = February 18, 2007 Production = 315 Writer = Mark Verheiden Director = Rod… …

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  • 19 The Elm in English literature — The Elm in English literature, listed by author or poet, in alphabetical order:Browning, Robert Oh, to be in England *Oh, to be in England *Now that April s there, *And whoever wakes in England *Sees, some morning, unaware, *That the lowest… …

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  • 20 Legal consequences of marriage and civil partnership in the United Kingdom — This is a list of legal consequences of forming a civil partnership or marriage in the United Kingdom. *For the purposes of capital gains tax, a married couple/civil partners can claim private residence relief for only one dwelling, even if they… …

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