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... all Greek financial needs from 2012 to 2014 through a transfer of some regular disbursements; and aimed for Greece to resume using the private capital markets for debt refinance and as a source to partly cover its future financial needs, already in 2015.
In the first five years from 2015 to 2020, the return to use the markets was however only evaluated as realistic to the extent, where roughly half of the yearly funds needed to patch the continued ...
... nations are presently diagnosed with cancer during their lifetimes, radiation exposure can increase cancer risk, with the cancers that arise being indistinguishable from cancers resulting from other causes.
In the general population, no increase is expected in the in the frequency of tissue reactions attributable to radiation exposure and no increase is expected in the incidence of congenital or developmental abnormalities, including ...
... arguments on March 26, 2013. The Supreme Court dismissed the case for lack of standing on June 26, 2013, after which same-sex marriage once again became legal in California. Same-sex marriages resumed on June 28, 2013.
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Henry VI, Part 2 (1591)
1594 quarto of The First part of the Contention
First official record: version of the play entered into the Stationers' Register by Thomas Millington on 12 March 1594 as "a booke intituled, the firste parte of the Contention of the twoo famous houses of York and Lancaster with the deathe of the good Duke Humfrey and the banishement and Deathe of the Duke of Suffolk and the tragicall ende of the prowd Cardinall ...
... also listed Swedes, Belgians, Norwegians, Danes, Icelanders, Bulgarians, Italians, Greeks, and Armenians.
Grafton wrote that if the Episcopal Church was Catholic in its doctrine and worship it certainly could reach members of those several nationalities and supply their spiritual needs.
The Episcopal Church planted in localities where most of the people were Swedes or Bulgarians or Belgians had found a footing and congregations had developed.