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  • Postage stamps and postal history of New South Wales
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  • throughout Wales. Most people in South Wales cannot speak Welsh, although it is encouraged in schools. The vast majority of children in Wales know some
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  • was possible due to the ideas espoused by the founder of Wikipedia, Jimmy Wales. But the whole project would not have been possibe without the help of the
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  • Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia
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  • Before Wikipedia — Jimbo Wales, Nupedia and other artifacts The Early Days Developments When Wikipedia Became Popular Wikipedia Today Wikipedia Tomorrow
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  • Caledonia New Hebrides (British) New Hebrides (French) New Republic New South Wales New Zealand New Zealand Territories Newfoundland (Canada) Nicaragua Niger
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  • Territories Armenia Aruba Ascension Australia Australia State of New South Wales Australia State of Queensland Australia State of South Australia Australia
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  • Devolved institutions have been created for Scotland, Northern Ireland, and Wales. Devolution differs from federalism in formally being a unilateral process
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  • Canada, where it is the third most spoken language, and in England and Wales, where it is the fourth most spoken language. This wiki book seeks to help
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  • supported convoy to Belgium. A LPL - YOR A much safer prospect than the Wales Variation, and similarly less profitable as an anti-French maneuver. This
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  • After Cook (After 1770) Colonialism in Australia Settlement of New South Wales (1788-1889) Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania) (1825-1889) Swan River (Western
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  • the Australian extension mathematics syllabi, in particular the New South Wales course (Extension 2), though most other states' courses are very similar
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  • in a non-electronic format, e.g. paper records. The law in England and Wales recognises the existence of two separate legal rights in databases: (i)
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  • TED Video: Jimmy Wales on the Birth of Wikipedia (18:40 minute mark) The Telegraph (Jimmy Wales Talks to Matt Warman): Jimmy Wales on the Future of Wikipedia
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  • Venezuela Venezuela Venezuelan Venezuelalı Vietnam Vietnam Vietnamese Vietnamlı Wales Galler Welsh Galli Yemen Yemen Yemeni Yemenli Zambia Zambiya Zambian Zambiyalı
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  • 31 Image Description Notes 313-317 Miniature sheets 17 Diana, Princess of Wales (1961-1997). In memoriam. Michel Catalogue Number 282-286
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  • England and Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. England and Wales is a common law jurisdiction. The lowest court in England and Wales is the Magistrates'
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  • factors which led to the Colonisation of Australia. Settlement of New South Wales (1788-1889) › Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania) (1825-1889) › Swan River (Western
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  • use headers, footnotes, references, and linking . With Wikibooks, James Wales and the Wikimedia Foundation are “attempt(ing) to create a comprehensive
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