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Regulation No 17 First Regulation implementing Articles [101 and 102] of the [Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union] (Council of the European Union) 17/62/EEC, [1962] OJ 13/204

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Convention between Mexico and Spain for the Regulation of the Spanish Debt, signed at Mexico City, 17 July 1847

Convention between France and Cambodia for the Regulation of their respective Relations, signed at Pnom-Penh, 17 June 1884

Declaration between the Netherlands and Servia for the Provisional Regulation of Commercial Relations, signed at Vienna, 5(17) October 1881

Declaration between Great Britain and Serbia for the Provisional Regulation of Commercial Relations, signed at Belgrade, 5 (17) March 1879

Exchange of Notes between Portugal and Spain for the Provisional Regulation of Navigation in Boundary Rivers, signed at Lisbon, 1 February/17 April 1897

Declaration between Belgium and France for the Regulation of the Movement of Alcohols and Spirits, signed at Brussels, 17 November 1888

Protocol between France and the Netherlands for the Reciprocal Recognition of Maritime Safety Regulations, signed at Paris, 17 December 1909


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Ontario, 1912–27. Bilingual schools were first organized in Canada West by Egerton Ryerson in 1857. Franco-Ontarians first favoured public schools but moved to the separate school system after 1885 to ...

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