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  • 1 Supreme court — For specific national supreme courts, see List of national supreme courts. A supreme court is the highest court within the hierarchy of many legal jurisdictions. Other descriptions for such courts include court of last resort, instance court,… …

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  • 2 Principles of warfare — are the evolved concepts, laws, rules and methods that guide the conduct of combat related activities during conflicts. Throughout history, soldiers, military theorists, political leaders, philosophers, academic scholars, practitioners of… …

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  • 3 Supreme Court of the United States — Final court of appeal in the U.S. judicial system and final interpreter of the Constitution of the United States. The Supreme Court was created by the Constitutional Convention of 1787 as the head of a federal court system, though it was not… …

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  • 4 Doctrine of equivalents — This article discusses the patent doctrine. For the trademark doctrine regarding translation of foreign words, see Doctrine of foreign equivalents. The doctrine of equivalents is a legal rule in most of the world s patent systems that allows a… …

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  • 5 Doctrine of bias in Singapore law — A depiction of Lady Justice on the tympanum of the Old Supreme Court Building Bias is one of the grounds of judicial review in Singapore. If actual bias on the part of a judge or tribunal can be proved by a party to a legal proceeding, or on the… …

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  • 6 Two Treatises of Government — Infobox Book name = Two Treatises of Government title orig = translator = image caption = Title page from the first edition author = John Locke illustrator = cover artist = country = England language = English series = subject = Political… …

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  • 7 Supreme Court cases involving Jehovah's Witnesses — Internationally there have been numerous Supreme Court cases involving Jehovah s Witnesses. The cases revolve around three main subjects: *practice of their religion, *displays of patriotism and military service, and *blood transfusions. Jehovah… …

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  • 8 Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles and Fundamental Duties of India — The Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles of State Policy and Fundamental Duties are sections of the Constitution of India that prescribe the fundamental obligations of the Statefn|° to its citizens and the duties of the citizens to the State …

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  • 9 Anglican doctrine — (also called Episcopalian doctrine in some countries) is the body of Christian teachings used to guide the religious and moral practices of Anglicans.Approach to doctrineAnglicanism does not possess an agreed upon confession of faith like the… …

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  • 10 Abstention doctrine — United States Federal Civil Procedure Doctrines Justiciability Advisory …

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  • 11 Jewish principles of faith — Although Jews and religious leaders share a core of monotheistic principles, Judaism has no formal statement of principles of faith such as a creed or catechism that is recognized or accepted by all. In effect, the Shema, a prayer that a… …

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  • 12 First-sale doctrine — This article is about the first sale doctrine as applied to copyright. For the analogous first sale doctrine applicable to patents, see Exhaustion doctrine. The first sale doctrine is a limitation on copyright that was recognized by the Supreme… …

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  • 13 Christian Doctrine —     Christian Doctrine     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Christian Doctrine     Taken in the sense of the act of teaching and the knowledge imparted by teaching , this term is synonymous with CATECHESIS and CATECHISM. Didaskalia, didache, in the… …

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  • 14 Nondelegation doctrine — Administrative law General prin …

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  • 15 Castle doctrine — A Castle Doctrine (also known as a Castle Law or a Defense of Habitation Law) is an American legal doctrine arising from English common law[1] that designates one s place of residence (or, in some states, any place legally occupied, such as one s …

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  • 16 2005 term per curiam opinions of the Supreme Court of the United States — The Supreme Court of the United States handed down sixteen per curiam opinions during its 2005 term, which lasted from October 3, 2005 until October 1, 2006.[1] Because per curiam decisions are issued from the Court as an institution, these… …

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  • 17 United States Supreme Court cases involving Jehovah's Witnesses — Since the 1940s, the Jehovah s Witnesses have often invoked the First Amendment s freedom of religion clauses to protect their ability to engage in the that is central to their faith. This series of litigation has helped to define civil liberties …

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  • 18 Cult of the Supreme Being — Maximilien Robespierre (6 May 1758 – 28 July 1794). The Cult of the Supreme Being (French: Culte de l Être suprême)a was a form of deism established in France by Maximilien Robespierre during the French Revolution …

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  • 19 Discovery doctrine — This article is about the discovery of land under public international law. For pre trial phase of a lawsuit, see Discovery (law) …

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  • 20 Open fields doctrine — For other uses, see Open field (disambiguation). The open fields doctrine is a U.S. legal doctrine created judicially for purposes of evaluating claims of an unreasonable search by the government in violation of the Fourth Amendment of the U.S.… …

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