During 1978, sixteen experimental licenses, including one held by Radio UNE Co-operative Ltd, issued under the commonwealth's, Wireless Telegraphy Act lapsed.
He was one of the judges for the 2018 Commonwealth Association of Planners Awards for Outstanding Planning Achievement in the Commonwealth (https://www.commonwealth-planners.org/cap-awards-shortlist).
The Commonwealth Attorneys Act of 1980 established the Office of Attorney General as an independent office headed by an elected attorney general.
The most important treatment of the concept is a study by Dimitri Obolensky, "The Byzantine Commonwealth".
Springer dedicated much of the period from 1964–84 to the areas of commonwealth and international education.
The fourth edition of the Commonwealth Youth Games was held in Isle of Man from 7 to 13 September 2011. 811 athletes from 64 commonwealth nations competed at the 2011 Commonwealth Youth Games.
He was a member of the board of governors for the Commonwealth Secretariat and the Commonwealth Foundation.
The Commonwealth Games, often referred to as the Friendly Games, are a quadrennial international multi-sport event among athletes from the Commonwealth of Nations.
The cemetery 1085 graves of Commonwealth military personnel killed in the country in World War I and World War II in addition to 1,445 non military burials and 137 war graves of people of non-commonwealth nationalities.
Tilbury is a Commonwealth Scholar and during her time as Vice-Chancellor, introduced The Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Scheme to the University of Gibraltar She has participated in a number of high level Commonwealth events and in her current role has special responsibilities for the commonwealth.
Hermanville War Cemetery is a Second World War cemetery of Commonwealth soldiers in France, located 13 km north of Caen, Normandy. The cemetery contains 1,003 commonwealth war graves.
In the same event, he won the bronze medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland.and missed his 2nd commonwealth medal at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia, where he secure 4th rank.
Truman signed Public Act 600, which allowed Puerto Ricans to draft their own constitution establishing the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
In 2018 at the British Commonwealth Games, hosted at Gold Coast Australia, she was the commonwealth champion in the paratrialthon, finishing in a time of 1 hour 11 minutes and 7 seconds.
Along with other municipalities make up what is called the Commonwealth of Pinares, through which are channeled much of the initiatives from the various municipalities that are grouped in this commonwealth .
In 1986, Daho became British super-featherweight champion, and then he became Commonwealth Lightweight Champion in 1989. He retired soon after achieving the commonwealth at the age of 32.
La Délivrande war cemetery is a Second World War cemetery of Commonwealth soldiers in France, located [...] north of Caen, Normandy.
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