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July's People

Sentinel Hospital Surveillance for Rotavirus Diarrhea in the People's Republic of China, August 2001–July 2003

Address of the Volunteers assembled at Belfast to the people of Ireland, 14 July 1792

Hospital-Based Surveillance of Rotavirus Diarrhea in the People’s Republic of China, August 2003–July 2007

Abyei Arbitration, Sudan v The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army, Award, ICGJ 422 (PCA 2009), (2009) 48 ILM 1258, 22nd July 2009, Permanent Court of Arbitration [PCA]

19 By the King. A Proclamation signifying the Kings Majesty's pleasure, touching the resort of people to his Coronation. [Windsor Castle 6 July 1603]

Agreement between the Kingdom of Spain and People’s Republic of China on the Reciprocal Promotion and Protection of Investments (14 November 2005), BOE 2008 Nº 164 29774, entered into force 1 July 2008

Treaty between Great Britain and M'Kumba, Chief of the Amañanja people, on the northern slopes of Mount M'Lanje (Africa), signed at Fort Lister, Mitshesi Pass, Mount M'Lanje, 10 July 1893

Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa, Adopted by the 2nd Ordinary Session of the Assembly of the Union, Maputo, July 11–August 13, 2003

Mouvement Ivoirien des Droits Humains (MIDH) v Côte D'Ivoire, Admissibility and merits, Comm no 246/2002, 5th Extraordinary Session ( 21-29 July 2008), 25th Annual Activity Report (2008), (2008) AHRLR 75 (ACHPR 2008), IHRL 3119 (ACHPR 2008), July 2008, African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights [ACHPR]

Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project v Nigeria, Admissibility, Communication No 300/2005, 5th Extraordinary Session (21-29 July 2008), 25th Annual Activity Report (2008), (2008) AHRLR 108 (ACHPR 2008), IHRL 3120 (ACHPR 2008), July 2008, African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights [ACHPR]

AZAPO case, Azanian Peoples Organization (‘AZAPO’) and ors v President of South Africa and ors, Direct access to the Constitutional Court, CCT 17/96, [1996] ZACC 16, 1996 (4) SA 671 (CC), 1996 (8) BCLR 1015, ILDC 648 (ZA 1996), 25th July 1996, Constitutional Court [CC]

 

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A novel by Nadine Gordimer, published in 1981. To escape from a situation of siege, a white South African couple, Bam and Maureen Smales, leave their urban home with their ...

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Nadine Gordimer (b. 1923) South African novelist and short-story writer


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