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CHARTA. An ancient word which signified not only a charter or deed in writing, but any signal or token by which an estate was held.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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CAFCO, CHARTA, CIESCO and CRC are partially supported programs with liquidity commitments sized at 100% of ABCP outstanding and provided by Citibank, NA (Citibank; rated A+/Stable/F1).
The first one, entitled "Fundamentals," opens with "Charta Oecumenica," which poses a framework for ecumenical guidance of giving space for developing encounter, dialogue, and cooperation.
Dieser Zusammenhang von Umwelt und Gesundheit spiegelt sich jedoch nicht nur im subjektiven Empfinden wider: Bereits in der Ottawa-Charta zur Gesundheitsforderung von 1986 und spater in der Europaischen Charta Umwelt und Gesundheit ist dieser Aspekt verankert (WHO 1986, 1989).
Three years later, their doctrinal Magna Charta -- the Ecosex Manifesto 1.0 -- was introduced at a visual art exhibit in San Francisco.
Franklin noted the anniversary of Magna Charta for readers of his Poor
The keynote speech was delivered by David Lock, secretary general of the Magna Charta Observatory and international adviser to the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education.
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They had not Magna Charta In ver l'estate, Queen of Akragas Resistant, Templum aedificavit Segesta (Cantos, 771-2) Here the naming of the great unfinished Doric temple at Segesta is intended to 'rhyme' with Malatesta's Tempio in Rimini ('Tempio aedificavit', from Canto VIII).
Canterbury's copy is listed on a shipping manifest--'Magna Charta 1532--1[copy]'--for books belonging to the Canterbury Association packed on 25 September 1852 (see Figure 2).