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  2. Florida International University - Wikipedia

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    The Best Value rating was based on three criteria: bar passage rate, average indebtedness after graduation, and employment nine months after graduation. The FIU College of Law was also ranked third amongst Florida schools for the scholarly impact of its faculty, behind University of Florida and Florida State University. According to the Leiter ...

  3. Aberdaron - Wikipedia

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    Aberdaron is a community, electoral ward and former fishing village at the western tip of the Llŷn Peninsula in the Welsh county of Gwynedd.It lies 14.8 miles (23.8 km) west of Pwllheli and 33.5 miles (53.9 km) south west of Caernarfon, and has a population of 965.

  4. Christianity in Australia - Wikipedia

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    The presence of Christianity in Australia began with the foundation of a British colony at New South Wales in 1788. Christianity remains the largest religion in Australia, though declining religiosity and diversifying immigration intakes of recent decades have seen the percentage of the population identifying as Christian in the national census decline from 96.1% at the time of the Federation ...

  5. New Deal - Wikipedia

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    Her list of what her priorities would be if she took the job illustrates: "a forty-hour workweek, a minimum wage, worker's compensation, unemployment compensation, a federal law banning child labor, direct federal aid for unemployment relief, Social Security, a revitalized public employment service and health insurance".

  6. University City, San Diego - Wikipedia

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    University City (UC) is a community in San Diego, California, located in the northwestern portion of the city next to the University of California, San Diego.University City is bordered by La Jolla and Interstate 5 to the west, Miramar and Interstate 805 to the east, and North Clairemont and Highway 52 to the south, giving the community a triangular-shaped boundary.

  7. List of American University people - Wikipedia

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    AU becomes one of the first schools in a racially segregated city to admit African American students 7. Paul Douglass: 1941–1952: Title changed to "President", Washington College of Law merges into AU 8. Hurst Robins Anderson: 1952–1968: Kogod School of Business and School of International Service open 9. George H. Williams: 1968–1976 ...

  8. Bellingham, Washington - Wikipedia

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    Bellingham (/ ˈ b ɛ l ɪ ŋ h æ m / BEL-ing-ham) is the most populous city in, and county seat of Whatcom County in the U.S. state of Washington. It lies 21 miles (34 km) south of the U.S.–Canada border in between two major cities of the Pacific Northwest: Vancouver, British Columbia (located 52 miles (84 km) to the northwest) and Seattle (90 miles (140 km) to the south).

  9. St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador - Wikipedia

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    Early history (1500–1799) St. John's was used by fishermen setting up seasonal camps in the early 1500s. Sebastian Cabot declared in a handwritten Latin text in his original 1545 map that St. John's earned its name when he and his father, the Venetian explorer John Cabot, in the service of England, became the first Europeans to sail into the harbour, on the morning of 24 June 1494 (against ...