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LXIV of 2001 on the protection of cultural heritage.
815, 832-34 (2012) (indicating that Hobbes' only constraint on the sovereign would be God); see also HOBBES, LEVIATHAN: REVISED STUDENT EDITION lxiv (Richard Tuck ed.
A Social History of Iranian Cinema, Volume 1: The Artisanal Era, 1897-1941, Hamid Naficy, Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2011, ISBN 978-0-8223-4775-0, lxiv, 388 pp.
Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, LXIV, 349-360.
Above all else, he wanted to know where he was going, best described in Verse LXIV of his opus:
ROOSEVELT lxiv (1941); LEUCHTENBURG, Origins, supra note 6, at 386; ALSOP & CATLEDGE, supra note 3, at 29; MCKENNA, supra note 2, at 440.
LXIV, reprinted in COLONEL WILLIAM WINTHROP, MILITARY LAW AND PRECEDENTS, 919-28 (1920).
17) Jane Klose 'Oriental Ceramics Retrieved from Three Dutch East India Company Ships Wrecked off the Southern Coast of Africa; the Oosterland (1697), Bennebrock (1713) and Brederode (1785)', Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society, vol LXIV, 1999-2000, pp.
Some Reflections On Method," journal of American Academy of Religion LXIV (1996): 614.
Rea, "Handke's amd Wenders's Wings of Desire: Transcending Postmodernism" in The German Quarterly, LXIV, 1, Winter, 1991.
Reports of Academy of Sciences of the USSR, LXIV (4), 507-509.
5 The Florida Bar Journal (May 1989); "A Plea for Uniformity," Volume LXIV, No.
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