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In 2017, Ahmad had uprooted CAF’s longest-serving president, Issa Hayatou, who had ruled the confederation with an iron fist for 29 years.
Before Parler went offline, a loose confederation of programmers archived a huge cache of publicly available information from the service before it disappeared indefinitely.
The book follows Genly Ai, an envoy from an interplanetary confederation trying to convince the residents of the planet Gethen to join the rest of the galaxy.
The suspense with which Louis listened to this perfidious confederation, was almost insufferable.
The promise of obedience to God by vow or oath, includes a promise of certain services to each member of the confederation.
And how would the general confederation testify to a glorious work of reformation!
A committee was appointed to draw up such a plan and, in 1777, it submitted the Articles of Confederation to Congress.
By 1785, the Americans began to realize that the Articles of Confederation were too weak to become effective.
Shall the Félibres aim at local self-government, at a confederation something like that of the Swiss cantons?
FRDRIC MISTRALCHARLES ALFRED DOWNER
Minghetti, Ricasoli, Farini each and all have been the advocates of a confederation of princes rather than of a united Italy.
RULE OF THE MONKGIUSEPPE GARIBALDI

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