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  • n. A particular structure that manages the world's stability, informed by a number of legal, political and socio-economic factors.


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  • I saw where the bombs fell on the USS Arizona, and where a war began that would reshape the world order while reshaping the lives of all who served in it - from our great generals and admirals, to the enlisted men like my grandfather.

    Remarks of Senator Barack Obama at the VFW National Convention

  • Not far off she saw the jagged skyline of East Shinjuku, lit with spangles of illumination, promising a new world order or something.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set

  • Sethites, tool were seen to be going in an entirely different direction, and these two streams of mankind Were strictly keeping apart because they were so utterly divergent in character, now (ch. 6) the two streams begin, to commingle, and as a result moral distinctions are obliterated and the Sethites, too, become so badly contaminated that the existing world order must be definitely terminated.

    Exposition of Genesis: Volume 1


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