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  • He made principled speeches against the Bush response -- the idea of a Premptive War Doctrine, many parts of the Patriot Act, super efforts to spy on citizens, torture, abolution of Habeas Corpus -- etc., and much else.

    Gore Camp Denies Report Of Secret Campaign

  • But both groups opposed bureaucratic rule and demanded freedom of thought and abolution of serfdom.

    1826

  • Whereas in 1868 the abolution of slavery, the abolition of man's ownership of man, in our times, in our century, at the advent of our revolution the basic matter, the essential matter, that which was to define the revolutionary character of these times and of this revolution, was no longer the question of man's ownership of man, but man's ownership of the man's means of sustenance.

    CEREMONY MARKING THE CENTENNIAL OF CUBA'S STRUGG

  • When we make abolution (Wudu) we are to use as little water as possible.

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  • [34] The editorial urged various reforms, including the abolution of censorship as well as term limits for Baha'i leaders.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • We belive in the total abolution of the prison system, not it's reform.

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  • [33] The editorial urged various reforms, including the abolution of censorship as well as term limits for Baha'i leaders.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • Considering the amount of white people that died in a war that to them was about the abolution of slavery they probably couldn’t quote the fourteenth amendment I would have to conclude that many white people did care about freedom for all peoples and that many plantation owners did treat their slaves humanely.

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  • Miss Lind, "that the abolution of vivisection will be accompanied by great changes and great developments in the whole science of medicine; that new methods of healing will come in, and higher methods, as we know that the coarser medication and the coarser drugging are going out of fashion." [

    An Ethical Problem Or, Sidelights upon Scientific Experimentation on Man and Animals

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