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Nation

A group of persons with a common identity completely separate from other groups. There is no consensus as to what separates a nation from, say, an ethnic group beyond wide acceptance of a group's identity as a nation. Many nations also have their own states or countries, though most countries are multinational.
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Supreme Court ruled that class action suits in which a company is listed nationally and trades on regulated national exchanges can no longer be pursued in state court, but must go to federal court.
pounds 233m (up from pounds 188m last year), 180 nationally.
The ACA standard for Watercraft Instruction PA-26 for instructional boating staff (as opposed to recreational boating staff) requires an instructor rating in the appropriate craft from a nationally recognized certifying body or documentation of experience indicating knowledge and skill in teaching and supervision specific to the activity being conducted.
They held 667 elected posts nationally on the eve of World War I, sent several members to Congress, and gained roughly a million votes in the Presidential contests of 1912, 1920, and 1932.
The evolution and expansion of our Technology contract division into New York and nationally signals that we feel this market will continue to be strong for the foreseeable future," said Bob Boudreau, Chief Executive Officer at Winter, Wyman.
Nationally, the share of new home sales remained constant at 16 percent of all U.
In addition to Meriwether, Ali Daley (144 kills), Katie Carter (142), Kaitlin Sather (126) and Rachell Johnson (101) have also benefited from having sophomore Nellie Spicer -- who ranks second nationally in assists per game (13.
Q&A is based in New York, with offices in New Jersey and Connecticut, and conducts business in the Northeast and nationally.
15pc of the workforce have degrees, compared to 20pc nationally.
The region also continues to lead the nation in foreclosures, accounting for almost half the total 103,075 filings reported nationally last month.
NSSE randomly surveyed a statistically significant sampling of students at Harrison College, and compared the results to other private colleges and universities in the Great Lakes Region, as well as all other colleges and universities who participated in the survey nationally.
Yeager is one of four area standouts on hall of fame coach Gene Selznick's nine-player roster, which enters the tournament as the top-ranked 17-under team by the Southern California Volleyball Association and fourth nationally by PrepVolleyball.

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