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  • |Map = British Columbia in Canada.svg |AreaRank = 5th
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  • {{distinguish2|[[Hoboken]], a district in Antwerp, Belgium}} |subdivision_type2 = [[List of counties in New Jersey|County]]
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  • ...r)|springs]] in this place, which he called Tbilisi as ''tbili'' means hot in Georgian. {{Cities and towns in Georgia (country)}}
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  • ...ted star in the lower hoist quarter, and constellation of five white stars in the fly – one small five-pointed star and four, larger, seven-pointed sta ...ember of the [[House of Windsor|Royal family]] when they are in Australia. In other contexts, the [[national anthem]] of Australia, "[[Advance Australia
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  • |image_map = Europe-Norway.svg ...|location_color=dark green|region=[[Europe]]|region_color=dark grey|legend=Europe-Norway.svg}}
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  • ...tion = {{map caption |countryprefix=the |location_color=dark green |region=Europe |region_color=dark grey |subregion=the European Union |subregion_color=gree ...law.</ref><ref>The Slovak language may be considered an official language in the Czech Republic under certain circumstances, as defined by several laws
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  • ...s name is Spanish for "royal", because it was blessed by the King of Spain in [[1920]]. ...s and the [[Copa del Rey]] (King's Cup) 19 times, the most out of any team in the league. It has also won the [[UEFA Champions League]] a record 12 times
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  • ...the [[UEFA Euro 2012]] final. Also Kyiv will host Eurovision Song Contest in 2017 Kyiv has a [[humid continental climate]] (''Dfb'' in the [[Köppen climate classification]]).
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  • |continent = Europe ...staying in Britain. The full conquest of Britain was delayed for almost a century.<ref>Robinson, Cyril E. 1932. ''A history of the Roman Republic''. London:
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  • ...= mostly developed into [[Middle English]] and [[Early Scots]] by the 13th century The '''Old English''' language, often called '''Anglo-Saxon''', was spoken in [[England]] from 450 <small>[[AD]]</small> to 1100 <small>AD</small>. It wa
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  • ...founded in 1897 and they play their home games at the [[Juventus Stadium]] in [[Turin]]. ...The ''Old Lady'' is the third most successful club in Europe and the sixth in the world with the most international titles officially recognized by one o
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  • | fullname = Papal Basilica of St. Peter in the Vatican ...ve_name = {{unbulleted list|{{native name|it|Basilica Papale di San Pietro in Vaticano}}|{{native name|la|Basilica Sancti Petri}}}}
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  • ...od''' (徳川時代 ''Tokugawa-jidai''), is the time between 1600 and 1868 in the [[history of Japan]].<ref>[[Louis-Frédéric|Nussbaum, Louis-Frédéric The Tokugawa shogunate was [[wikt:established|established]] at [[Edo]] in 1603 by the [[shogun]] [[Tokugawa Ieyasu]].<ref>[[John Whitney Hall|Hall, J
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  • |position=[[Super League Greece]], 5th ...ciation football|football]] club which plays in [[Greece]]. The club based in the city of [[Larissa]]. It has won three titles totally, one Greek champi
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  • ...e the Canadian state until the [[Patriation]] of the Canadian constitution in 1982. See|Name of Canada--> | alt_flag = Vertical triband (red, white, red) with a red maple leaf in the centre
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  • ...ttps://books.google.com/books?id=p2QnPijAEmEC&pg=PA504&dq= "''Keichō''"] in ''Japan encyclopedia'', p. 504.</ref> During this time, the emperors were { ...oks?id=m7okz1DQslwC&pg=PA28&dq= ''Chikubushima: Deploying the Sacred Arts in Momoyama Japan,'' p. 24]</ref> or "Eternal Jubilance".<ref>[[John Whitney H
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  • ...nife is known as [[Seax of Beagnoth]] today, it dates form the 9th or 10th century. The inscription ends with the name of the smith (Beagnoth).]] ...nks Casket vorne links.jpg|thumb|300px|[[Franks Casket]] contains a riddle in Futhorc]]
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  • | caption = Deus performing at Rolling Stone in [[Milan (Italy)|Milan]]: [[Tom Barman]], Stéphane Misseghers, [[Mauro Pawl '''Deus''' is a [[Rock music|rock]] band based in [[Antwerp]], [[Belgium]]. The band name is written as dEUS. [[Tom Barman]
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