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“Unlawful is that he who pierced my vitals with his shaft,”
“The law, called the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act, stopped online poker sites from processing payments in the U.S., forcing many online poker companies to abandon U.S. players.”
“On top of this, they have passed what is called the Unlawful Organisations”
“The film, called Unlawful Killing, asserts that the Duke of Edinburgh is a "psychopath" in the mould of Fred West, that the Princess was murdered by the Establishment and that the Queen and other members of the Royal family are "gangsters in tiaras".”
“This legislation is known as the Unlawful Internet Gambling”
“There has been a legal cloud over setting up online gambling sites inside the United States ever since 2006 when Congress, at the behest of anti-gambling conservatives, passed a law called the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act, which banned the processing of credit card transactions for Internet gambling transactions.”
“Unlawful" as used here means, without limitation, violation of any civil or criminal laws and the unauthorized use of proprietary materials owned by others, such as text and audio-visual material protected by copyright, trademarks and logos, and commercial uses of the name or likeness of persons living or dead.”
“IN 'GREEN NEWS EXTRA' see links below: Greenpeace Sues Chemical and PR Firms for "Unlawful" Spying; Study Warns GMO Salmon pose serious risks to society; For EPA regulations, benefits consistently exceed costs; Accusations of Plagiarism Mount Over GOP's 2006 Climate Skeptic "Wegman Report"; Pittsburgh Bans Natural Gas Drilling; States Diverting Money From Climate Initiative ...”
“Zimbabwe: Zuma Breaks Talks Deadlock Zimbabwe: Ruling on 'Unlawful' Land Reform to Be Enforced in South Africa”
“Zimbabwe: Ruling on 'Unlawful' Land Reform to Be Enforced in South Africa Zimbabwe: Zuma to Plead with UK Government to Remove Targeted Sanctions”
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