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  • {{Article for deletion/dated|page=A Course in Miracles - Original Edition|timestamp=20131228063030|year=2013|month=Decemb <!-- For administrator use only: {{Old AfD multi|page=A Course in Miracles - Original Edition|date=28 December 2013|result='''keep'''}} -->
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  • ...lar biomedical technologies where those have enabled them to fulfill their religious obligations, including the obligation to "[[Cultural mandate|be fruitful an By one estimate, the birth rate for the Hasidic population in the United States was 7.8, versus 3.3 for Modern Orthodox and less for the
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  • ...]] (Ga na jo ha lay gay) located in the Mohawk Valley near Fonda, New York in 1993.<ref>{{Cite web ...Native inmates in the New York State Penal System. His office is located in Albany, New York, but he travels all over the state to meet with Native inm
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  • ...mation Centre''' is an [[Anti-cult movement|anti-cult]] organization based in [[Brisbane]], [[Australia]] that provides resources and information on grou ...ublished source|date=September 2014}}</ref> and their website was launched in 1991.<ref>[ What on Earth is the Cu
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  • {{Infobox religious building 71 East Main Street, is also associated with the Parish and was opened in 1925.<ref name="Directory" /><ref name="History" /><ref name="School">[http
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  • ...ry of health and medicine in Sudan. The physical component of SUMA is kept in SMHF HQ. ...or medical archives and records and serve as memory of health and medicine in Sudan.
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  • ...e life of the university and serves as a sponsor of self-directed activity in which students learn that they are responsible for the welfare of their uni ...ity a varied and interesting programme of cultural and social events. TSC, in the meantime, designated and fixed few dates for some events. For example,
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  • ...n the word "free"]]). Nevertheless, the term "free knowledge" is also used in contexts where the specific meaning of free is clear.<ref name="FKFlibre.or ...derFCMov"/>), inspired by the success of [[commons-based peer production]] in the development of [[libre software]] and [[Wikipedia]], and guided by the
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  • ...nze Medal]] for his contributions to the success of the 23rd Olympiad held in Los Angeles known also as the [[1984 Olympics]]. ...arts, has been responsible for countless murals gracing major developments in the Los Angeles area. Jose Luis Gonzalez was invited by [[Los Angeles]] Co
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  • ...nd why the Middle East continues year after year as the most chaotic place in the world. ...rn Syrian, and supported by numbered of allied groups designated provinces in various parts of the world.
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  • ...lami Jamiat-e-Talbat''' (IJT) is the largest female students' organisation in [[Pakistan]] influenced mainly by the works of [[Abul A'la Maududi]]. It is ...ounded in September, 1969. It has been active in assisting female students in Pakistan. Its main purposes are to spread the message of Islam and to help
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  • ...spirit by combing physical practices and philosophical approaches to life in order to develop the physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual aspec ...versy, Past Sexual Charges Begin Resurfing |url= |publisher= Rediff |language=EN }} </ref>
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  • ...s|{{cleanup|date=January 2016|reason=Some parts of the article are written in Ukrainian and need to be translated to English.}} '''All-Ukrainian Association Social Organizations (AUASO) «Alraid»'''&nbsp; - the first Ukrainian Association of Muslim [[N
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  • {{Article for deletion/dated|page=Forward in Faith North America|timestamp=20160418135717|year=2016|month=April|day=18|s ...cussion is closed, please place on talk page: {{Old AfD multi|page=Forward in Faith North America|date=18 April 2016|result='''keep'''}} -->
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  • {{Article for deletion/dated|page=The lost European countries in the 20th century|timestamp=20160509140119|year=2016|month=May|day=9|substed place on talk page: {{Old AfD multi|page=The lost European countries in the 20th century|date=9 May 2016|result='''keep'''}} -->
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  • ...-Year...-a061244600 "The Explorers Club Board Elects First Woman President in Its 96-Year History"], ''The Free Library'' © 2016, April 4, 2000, retriev ...ob.”<ref>Faanya L. Rose oral history interview conducted by Mark Katzman in New York City on January 14, 2004, Oral History Project, Unedited Transcrip
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  • ...Pew Research Center |accessdate=3 January 2012}}</ref> and 0.6% in [[Islam in the Americas|the Americas]].<ref name="pewame">{{cite web |url=http://pewfo</ref> [[Druze]] and [[Taiyabi]] communities have survived. In addition, some ''new'' schools of thought and movements like [[Quranist Mus
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  • ...of Spirit Life International Church (SLIC) with headquarters incorporated in [[Nigeria]]. ...ildren born to Chief Ishie Henry Etim and late Mrs. Veronica Afakhame Etim in [[Lagos]] Nigeria. He got the name [[Immanuel|"Emmanuel"]] because he was b
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  • ...News Service]]|accessdate=14 September 2012|location=Virginia, USA}}</ref> in [[Lagos]], [[Nigeria]]. The Pastor of the church is [[William Kumuyi|Willia ...<ref> Ruth Marshall, "Political spiritualities: The Pentecostal Revolution in Nigeria", University of Chicago Press, 2009, page 70 </ref>
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  • ...apology-letter-from-accuser.jpg|thumb|Biased reports on Jung Myung Seok in 1999 and apology letter from accuser]] In 1999, a South Korean media company, the Seoul Broadcasting Station (SBS), made s
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  • '''Mehdi Sahraian''' ({{Lang-fa| صحرائیان}}; born July 1946 in [[Shiraz]]) is an Iranian [[university professor]] from [[Jahrom]], [[Iran] his [[Social influence|influence]] within the Jahrom [[county]] areas, in 1889 [[Sayyid]] Mahmud received the [[governance]] of the Hakan region from
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  • ...ted child right from his days in primary school. He distinctively excelled in his academic work. He was very hardworking, obedient, brilliant and more th ...f brilliant students, he proved an exceptional person because he stood out in whatever he did. At Barewa College, Zaria, he was the Deputy House Captian,
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  • {{Article for deletion/dated|page=Health in Ethiopia|timestamp=20170913174138|year=2017|month=September|day=13|substed= ...scussion is closed, please place on talk page: {{Old AfD multi|page=Health in Ethiopia|date=13 September 2017|result='''keep'''}} -->
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  • | years_active =1978-1999 | notable_works = Cancer Conquered Naturally (1978), In Search of the Perfect Cleanse (1984), The Jason Winters Story (1980), The U
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  • ...r=Dr. Michael McKinney|title=EVANGELISM - The Responsibility of the Church in the 21st Century|url=| ...e=4 October 1999}}</ref><ref name="FeudingSects">{{cite news|title=Feuding religious sects go to court|url=
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  • ...n/1986/05/the-kingdom-rolls-forth-in-south-america The Kingdom Rolls Forth in South America], [[Ensign (LDS magazine)|Ensign]], May 1986.</ref> ...rograms for ages 18–30, located at most US universities and colleges and in many cities around the world.
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  • {{Article for deletion/dated|page=Earth in science fiction|timestamp=20171214030055|year=2017|month=December|day=14|su ...iscussion is closed, please place on talk page: {{Old AfD multi|page=Earth in science fiction|date=14 December 2017|result='''keep'''}} -->
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  • ...cle for deletion/dated|page=Struggle against political abuse of psychiatry in the Soviet Union|timestamp=20180102001807|year=2018|month=January|day=2|sub {{Old AfD multi|page=Struggle against political abuse of psychiatry in the Soviet Union|date=2 January 2018|result='''keep'''}} -->
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  • ...t system''', that is the '''socialist form of government''', was conceived in Russia after [[Russian Revolution|1917 revolution]] with the establishment ...esident]] and not a collective presidency,{{sfn|Starr|1987|p=64}} and that in Bulgaria, the [[State Council (Bulgaria)|State Council]] was empowered to i
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  • | established = {{Start date and age| 1981}} ...(1994) and [[Padua]] (2014) with a combined staff of 49 and 486 volunteers in 2013.<ref name=":0" />
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  • ...Collected Writings.''{{sfn|Blavatsky|1964}} According to Arnold Kalnitsky, in the article it is about the problems of [[religion]] from the Theosophical ...standing by the public about the true nature of the Theosophical movement. In particular, it is often assumed that the movement is a religion.{{sfn|Kalni
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  • ...tific researcher, living in Spain since 1995. He was born on 9 August 1946 in Gendringen, The Netherlands. ...ndent entrepreneur in Amsterdam (1972) and subsequently in Hilversum (1984-1999).[ Curriculum
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  • ...g/index.htm</ref> is an international organization that is active for, and in defense of children’s rights. ...ic of Iran]], it does not have a legal base there. Children First is based in [[Sweden]].
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  • ...l and collective human behavior. The movement was initially conceptualized in 1997 with the aim of bringing like minded kindness movements across the glo their own countries. They were led by Dr. [[Wataru Mori]], a physician in Tokyo, who envisioned that a more compassionate and peaceful world could be
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  • ...emphasise [[Theosophy (Blavatskian)|theosophy]], vegetarianism nor belief in [[Ascended master|masters]] as it holds that individuals have the right to ...logian)|Elizabeth Stuart]] of the [[University of Winchester]] as a bishop in the [[Open Episcopal Church]] on 10 April 2003 at the chapel of Royal Hollo
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  • {{Religious text primary|date=December 2010}} ...ion of [[ancient Egyptian religion]].<ref name="What is" /> It was founded in 1988 by Tamara Siuda, who remains its current Nisut or Pharaoh.<ref name="N
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  • ...Reverend Stephen Callander, the late Ivan Franks and others, very broadly in the spirit of the earlier [[Society of Free Catholics]] to promote liturgic The Society actively encouraged freedom of religious thought and practical expression.
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  • for the national unity of Macedonians worldwide, regardless of their religious beliefs, political opinions or affiliations'' ...e organization also supports the human rights of the Macedonian minorities in [[Greece]] and [[Bulgaria]], and promotes the [[irredentism|irredentist]] i
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  • <!--Page cleanup notes: These chapters are only those listed thru 1991 in Baird's. There should be many more, accessible by the school directory. Swi ...laden Boston, was to receive chapters from many of the oldest fraternities in the nation.</ref> MIT's third president, [[Francis Amasa Walker]] was a mem
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  • ...lling|date = July 2020}}{{Short description|Jesuit and Franciscan missions in the Western Amazon}} ...[[Spanish missions in the Americas|missions]] the [[Jesuits]] established in the Western [[Amazon rainforest|Amazon]] region of South America from 1638
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