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  2. Twelfth grade - Wikipedia

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    In India, the equivalent grade is commonly referred to as "Class 12" or "Plus 2".Generally Twelfth Grade is known as +2 which originates from the term 10+2.It is also called as “Intermediate 2nd Year” (Intermediate Course), HSC (Higher Secondary Certificate), “Second Year Junior College” (SYJC), “2nd Year PUC”(Pre- University Course) in different regions and states.

  3. Non-tariff barriers to trade - Wikipedia

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    They may take the form of import quotas, subsidies, customs delays, technical barriers, or other systems preventing or impeding trade". According to the World Trade Organization , non-tariff barriers to trade include import licensing, rules for valuation of goods at customs, pre-shipment inspections, rules of origin ('made in'), and trade ...

  4. Chesham - Wikipedia

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    Chesham (/ ˈ tʃ ɛ ʃ əm /, locally / ˈ tʃ ɛ s əm /, or / ˈ tʃ ɛ z əm /) is a market town and civil parish in Buckinghamshire, England.It is 11 miles (18 km) south-east of the county town of Aylesbury and 25.8 miles (41.5 km) north-west of Charing Cross, central London, and is part of the London commuter belt.

  5. Presidents' Day - Wikipedia

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    Presidents' Day, or Washington's Birthday at the federal governmental level, is a holiday in the United States celebrated on the third Monday of February to honor all persons who served as presidents of the United States and refers also to the federal holiday specifically honoring George Washington, who led the Continental Army to victory in the American Revolutionary War, presided at the ...

  6. Debate - Wikipedia

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    Debate is a process that involves formal discourse on a particular topic, often including a moderator and audience. In a debate, arguments are put forward for often opposing viewpoints.

  7. Bugger - Wikipedia

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    Bugger or buggar can at times be considered as a mild swear word. In the United Kingdom the term has been used commonly to imply dissatisfaction, refer to someone or something whose behaviour is in some way inconvenient or perhaps as an expression of surprise.

  8. Six Flags Darien Lake - Wikipedia

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    History Darien Lake Fun Country. In 1954, Darien Lake was excavated and filled. The lake was a popular swimming destination for many years.He stocked one of the smaller lakes, Trout Pond, with fish, increased the number of campsites and added activities for resort guests such as a small petting zoo, horseback and pony rides, paddleboats, skateboarding, tennis courts and miniature golf.

  9. James Brudenell, 7th Earl of Cardigan - Wikipedia

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    Not all of the "Indian" officers of the 11th found themselves the object of Cardigan's disfavour: when, in October 1840, Major Jenkins, a long-serving veteran, fell seriously ill, Cardigan attended his bedside for two nights and, when he died, made a substantial payment to the family and, at a personal cost of £400 (equivalent to £38,000 in ...