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Articles Of Incorporation
Article often refers to: * Article (grammar), a grammatical element used to indicate definiteness or indefiniteness * Article (publishing), a piece of nonfictional prose that is an independent part of a publication Article may also refer to: Government and law * Article (European Union), articles of treaties of the European Union * Articles of association, the regulations governing a company, used in India, the UK and other countries * Articles of clerkship, the contract accepted to become an articled clerk * Articles of Confederation, the predecessor to the current United States Constitution *Article of Impeachment, a formal document and charge used for impeachment in the United States * Articles of incorporation, for corporations, U.S. equivalent of articles of association * Articles of organization, for limited liability organizations, a U.S. equivalent of articles of association Other uses * Article, an HTML element, delimited by the tags and * Article of clothing, an i ...
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What Is An Article?
What or WHAT may refer to: * What, an interrogative pronoun and adverb * "What?", one of the Five Ws used in journalism Film and television * ''What!'' (film) or ''The Whip and the Body'', a 1963 Italian film directed by Mario Bava * '' What?'' (film), a 1972 film directed by Roman Polanski * "What", the name of the second baseman in Abbott and Costello's comedy routine "Who's on First?" * "What?", the catchphrase of professional wrestler Stone Cold Steve Austin Music * '' what.'', a comedy/music album by Bo Burnham, 2013 * What Records, a UK record label * What? Records, a US record label Songs * "What" (song), by Melinda Marx, 1965 * "What?" (Rob Zombie song), 2009 * "What?" (SB19 song), 2021 * "What?", by 666 from '' The Soft Boys'' * "What", by Bassnectar from '' Vava Voom'' * "What?", by Corrosion of Conformity from '' Eye for an Eye'' * "What?", by the Move from ''Looking On'' * "What?", by A Tribe Called Quest from ''The Low-End Theory'' Science and technology * ...
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Un-Sentimental
''Un-Sentimental'' is the third album by Beowülf, released in 1993. It is the only official Beowülf album to be released under the band name BWF. This album marked a change for the band, drifting more to bluesy rock and abandoning from their classic hardcore thrash style. Released during the grunge era, Beowülf achieved small success with the album in Los Angeles as the band had gathered some following. ''Un-Sentimental'' was the first new album since the band ended with a temporary break up in the early 1990s. Dale Henderson, the band's founder and chief songwriter, is the only original member appearing on the album. Therefore, many purists object to it being called "Beowülf" or simply "BWF" and consider it to be a Dale Henderson solo project. According to Henderson, Mike Jensen (guitar), Paul Yamada (bass) and Michael Alvarado (drums) all declined the invitation to reunite. The album had no singles, but a music video forP.O.W. (Pissed Off White Boy) was made. Like man ...
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Article Seven (other)
Article Seven may refer to: * Article Seven of the United States Constitution * Article 7 of the European Convention on Human Rights * Article 7 of the Treaty on European Union Article 7 of the Treaty on European Union is a procedure in the treaties of the European Union ( EU) to suspend certain rights from a member state. While rights can be suspended, there is no mechanism to expel a state from the union. The procedu ...
, which details the sanctions if the values of the EU are breached by a member state {{Disambiguation ...
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Article Six (other)
Article Six may refer to: * Article Six of the United States Constitution * Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights * Article 6 of the Soviet Constitution * Article 6 of the Paris Agreement The Paris Agreement (french: Accord de Paris), often referred to as the Paris Accords or the Paris Climate Accords, is an international treaty on climate change. Adopted in 2015, the agreement covers climate change mitigation, adaptation, and ...
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Article Five (other)
Article Five may refer to: * Article Five of the United States Constitution, Amending the Constitution * Article 5 of the European Convention on Human Rights * Article 5 of the North Atlantic Treaty The North Atlantic Treaty, also referred to as the Washington Treaty, is the treaty that forms the legal basis of, and is implemented by, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The treaty was signed in Washington, D.C., on 4 April 1949 ..., which brought NATO into existence * ''Article 5'' (novel), a novel by Kristen Simmons {{disambiguation ...
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Article Four (other)
Article Four may refer to the 4th article of any regulatory document, such as: * Article 4 of the European Convention on Human Rights * Article Four (political party), political party in Sicily, Italy * Article Four of the United States Constitution Article Four of the United States Constitution outlines the relationship between the various states, as well as the relationship between each state and the United States federal government. It also empowers Congress to admit new states and admin ... * Article 4 direction, a local restriction on development rights in the United Kingdom * Article 4 of the Constitution of Kazakhstan * Article 4 of the Anglo-Iraqi Treaty of 1930 * NATO Article 4 {{disambig ...
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Article Three (other)
Article Three may refer to: __NOTOC__ Constitutions * Article Three of the United States Constitution * First Amendment to the United States Constitution, which was also known as "Article the Third" or "The third article" * Article 3 of the Constitution of India * Article 3 of the Constitution of Ireland * Article Three of the Constitution of Puerto Rico * Article 3, of the North Atlantic Treaty which brought NATO into existence Human rights * Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights * Common Article 3 of the Geneva Convention, 1949 Other * ''The Article 3 Michelle Lynn Johnson, better known as Meshell Ndegeocello (; born August 29, 1968), is a German-born American singer-songwriter, rapper, and bassist. She has gone by the name Meshell Suhaila Bashir-Shakur which is used as a writing credit on so ...'', a musical album by Me'shell Ndegeocello See also * Article (other) {{disambiguation ...
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Article Two (other)
Article Two may refer to: * Article Two of the United States Constitution * Article Two of the Constitution of Georgia (U.S. state) * Article 2 of the European Convention on Human Rights Article 2 of the European Convention on Human Rights protects the right to life. The article contains a limited exception for the cases of lawful executions and sets out strictly controlled circumstances in which the deprivation of life may be j ... * Bill of Rights of Puerto Rico, Article Two of the Constitution of Puerto Rico {{disambig ...
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Article One (other)
Article One may refer to: Legal codes * Article One of the United States Constitution, pertaining to the powers of the United States Congress * Article One of the Constitution of India, pertaining to the federal nature of the republic Other uses *Article One (band), a Canadian Christian rock band *Article One (political party), an Italian political party *Article One Partners Article One Partners (AOP) is an online prior art search and intellectual property research crowdsourcing community. AOP was acquired by RWS Group in October 2017 and the AOP Connect crowdsourcing platform is now part of the IP Research group w ..., an online patent research formation See also * Article (other) {{disambiguation ...
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Artical (other)
Artical may refer to: *"Artical", a song by Roots Manuva from his 2001 album ''Run Come Save Me ''Run Come Save Me'' is the second studio album by English hip hop musician Roots Manuva. It was released on Big Dada in 2001. Critical reception John Bush of AllMusic wrote, "Roots Manuva handled every type of song with flowing confidence and a ...'' *Artical, an occasional misspelling of " article" {{Disambiguation ...
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RDS-1
The RDS-1 (russian: РДС-1), also known as Izdeliye 501 (device 501) and First Lightning (), was the nuclear bomb used in the Soviet Union's first nuclear weapon test. The United States assigned it the code-name Joe-1, in reference to Joseph Stalin. It was detonated on 29 August 1949 at 7:00 a.m., at the Semipalatinsk Test Site, Kazakh SSR, after top-secret research and development as part of the Soviet atomic bomb project. Description The weapon was designed at the Kurchatov Institute, then at the time officially known as "Laboratory № 2" but designated as the "office" or "base" in internal documents, starting in April 1946. Plutonium for the bomb was produced at the industrial complex Chelyabinsk-40. The RDS-1 explosive yield was 22 kilotons TNT equivalent, similar to the US Gadget and Fat Man bombs. At Lavrentiy Beria's insistence, the RDS-1 bomb was designed as an implosion type weapon, similar to the Fat Man bomb dropped on Nagasaki, Japan; RDS-1 also ...
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Creed
A creed, also known as a confession of faith, a symbol, or a statement of faith, is a statement of the shared beliefs of a community (often a religious community) in a form which is structured by subjects which summarize its core tenets. The earliest known creed in Christianity, " Jesus is Lord", originated in the writings of Paul the Apostle. One of the most widely used Christian creeds is the Nicene Creed, first formulated in AD 325 at the First Council of Nicaea. It was based on Christian understanding of the canonical gospels, the letters of the New Testament and, to a lesser extent, the Old Testament. Affirmation of this creed, which describes the Trinity, is generally taken as a fundamental test of orthodoxy for most Christian denominations, and was historically purposed against Arianism. A shorter version of the creed, called the Apostles' Creed, is nowadays the most used version in Christian services. Some Christian denominations do not use any of those creeds. Altho ...
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