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Convention between Colombia and the Holy See relative to Article 25 of the Concordat of 1888, signed at Bogota, 9 October 1918

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Members of the State Duma, Final decision, N 17-∏, ILDC 1940 (RU 2012), Legislation Bulletin of the Russian Federation, N 29, Article 4169, 9th July 2012, Constitutional Court

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Convention between Hanover and the Netherlands relative to Article 5 of the Boundary Treaty of 1824, ratified at The Hague, 9 October/Hanover, 3 December 1846

 

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Article 9 of the Japanese constitution has been, and continues to be, a significant restraint on Japanese militarism. In 1946, when the new constitution was enacted, Japanese militarism was seen ...

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