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initiated by her father's known critic, Senate Majority Leader Alan Peter Cayetano.
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of Cardinal Hyacinth Bobone in the preceding half-century had brought the papacy greater immediate influence in the Iberian Peninsula (3).
The Boxer Uprising of 1899-1900 was a milestone of modern Chinese history, a seminal incident of popular antiforeignism that led to the siege of the foreign legations
in Beijing and an eight-nation international expedition sent to the rescue.
embassy, Berlin, with additional duty at the American legations
in Madrid, Rome, Stockholm, and Vichy, France.
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were rejected by the judge, who called Berozovsky an unreliable witness.
Foreman deftly shifts among the blood-soaked battlefields in America, the marble halls of government, and the grungy offices of diplomatic legations
abroad, building suspense as the fortunes of war and international politics changed by the day.
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