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marching order

Twelve Tribes in Marching Order

The Order of Going to Parliament, 29 March 1585

The Order of the Maundy at Greenwich, 19 March 1573

Lone Pine Resources Incorporated v Canada, Confidentiality Order, IIC 695 (2015), 11th March 2015

Royal Order-in-Council of King George III: 28th March 1771 (United Kingdom [gb])

Grenada Constitution Order (S.I. 1973/412): March 8, 1973 (Grenada [gd])

Money Order Convention between Belgium and the Netherlands, signed at Brussels, 21 March 1865

Money Order Convention between Great Britain and Italy, signed at London, 4 March 1872

Telegraphic Money Order Arrangement between France and Luxemburg, signed at Paris, 14 March 1884

Money Order Convention between France and Great Britain, signed at London, 8 March 1883

Money Order Convention between Honduras and Mexico, signed at Mexico City, 24 March 1908

Additional Money Order Agreement between Belgium and Great Britain, signed at London, 5 March 1902

Additional Money Order Arrangement between Belgium and Canada, signed at Ottawa, 16 March 1904

Money Order Agreement between Belgium and Russia, signed at St. Petersburg, 26 March 1904

Money Order Convention between France and Russia, signed at Paris, 26 March 1904

Additional Money Order Articles of Canada and Norway, signed at Christiania, 24 March/23 May 1905

Money Order Convention between Costa Rica and Mexico, signed at San José, 18 March 1910

Aerial incident of 10 March 1953, United States v Czechoslovakia, Removal from the list, Order, [1956] ICJ Rep 6, ICGJ 179 (ICJ 1956), 14th March 1956, International Court of Justice [ICJ]

 

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Equipment for marching: they were dressed in full marching order.

Subjects: Warfare and Defence.


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