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2004 Delaware Democratic primary

The 2004 Delaware primary was held on February 3, 2004 as part of the 2004 United States Democratic presidential primaries. Frontrunner John Kerry easily won the primary while Senator Joe Lieberman came second. As the primary approached Joe Liebe ...

                                               

2004 Maryland Democratic primary

The 2004 Maryland primary took place on March 2, 2004 as part of the 2004 United States Democratic presidential primaries. The delegate allocation is proportional; candidates are awarded delegates in proportion to the percentage of votes received ...

                                               

2004 Missouri Democratic primary

The 2004 Missouri Democratic Presidential Primary on February 3, 2004 determined the recipient of the states 88 delegates to the Democratic National Convention in the process to elect the 44th President of the United States. It was an open primary.

                                               

2004 New Hampshire Democratic primary

The 2004 New Hampshire Democratic primary was held on January 27, 2004. Taking place 8 days after the Iowa caucuses, it marked the second contest to take place during the Democratic partys 2004 primary season, as well as the first actual primary ...

                                               

2004 New Mexico Democratic caucuses

Senator John Kerry the frontrunner for the nomination yet again won by a landslide. Third place finisher Howard Dean 2 and a half weeks ago was leading former army general Wesley Clark 16% to 18%. Kerry got the endorsement of Lieutenant Governor ...

                                               

2004 Oklahoma Democratic primary

The Oklahoma Democratic primary, 2004, part of the process of selecting that partys nominee for President of the United States, took place on February 3, one of the seven nominating contests of 2004s "Mini-Tuesday". The primary election chose 40 ...

                                               

2004 Pennsylvania Democratic primary

In order to vote in the primary, one must be: A registered Democrat "At least 18 years of age on or before the day of the next primary, special, municipal, or general election." "A citizen of the United States for at least one month before the ne ...

                                               

2004 South Carolina Democratic primary

                                               

2004 Wisconsin Democratic primary

The 2004 Wisconsin primary took place on February 17, 2004 as part of the 2004 United States Democratic presidential primaries. The delegate allocation is Proportional. The candidates are awarded delegates in proportion to the percentage of votes ...

                                               

2004 Missouri Republican primary

The 2004 Missouri Republican presidential primary on February 3, 2004 determined the recipient of 57 of the states 58 delegates to the Republican National Convention in the process to elect the 44th President of the United States. It was an open ...

                                               

2004 California Republican primary

The California Republican primary, 2004 was held on March 2, 2004, the same day as the Democratic primary. As expected, incumbent President George W. Bush won near-unanimously over the disbanded opposition. Bush later won the general election ove ...

                                               

Results of the 2008 Republican Party presidential primaries

This article contains the results of the 2008 Republican presidential primaries and caucuses. The 2008 Republican primaries were the selection processes by which the Republican Party selected delegates to attend the 2008 Republican National Conve ...

                                               

Prelude to the 2012 Republican Party presidential primaries

The start of the 2012 Republican race for president was shaped by the 13 presidential debates of 2011 beginning on May 5. Gary Johnson and Buddy Roemer, both former Governors, were left out of most of the debates, leading to complaints of bias. O ...

                                               

Straw polls for the 2012 Republican Party presidential primaries

Results from the 2011 National League of Cities Straw Poll were as follows: The "50 or so votes" referenced in all articles on this ballot can only mean that there were either 32 or 64 votes given the percentages above i.e. 3% of the vote is eith ...

                                               

New Hampshire Republican primary, 2012

                                               

Richard Sharpe (fictional character)

                                               

Fictional British Army officers

                                               

Cultural depictions of Irene Doukaina

                                               

Livia (Rome character)

                                               

Panglima Laot

Panglima Laot is a tribal leader in fishing community in Aceh province of Indonesia. He constitutes to organise Hukom Adat Laot. The law, which is developed upon the basis of Islamic Law and is not set out in writing, consists of a system of mari ...

                                               

Gayonese people

                                               

Meukek

Ladang Baro Labuhan Tarok I Jambo Papeun Tanjung Harapan Lhok Aman Blang Teungoh Lhok Mamplam Kuta Buloh I Aron TUnggai Labuhan Tarok II Rot Teungoh Alue Baro Buket Meuh Ie Buboh Alue Meutuah Ladang Tuha Drien Jalo Kuta Buloh II Keude Meukek Kuta ...

                                               

Kuala Batee

Krueng Batee Ie Mameh Alue Pisang Rumoh Panyang Lama Tuha Mukim Krueng Batee Drien Beureumbang Keude Baro Lhok Gajah Kuala Teurubue Blang Makmur Mukim Kuta Bahagia Pasar Kota Bahagia Panto Cut Krueng Panto Kuta Bahagia Geulanggang Gajah Padang Si ...

                                               

Regents of Jayawijaya

                                               

Regents of Puncak Jaya

                                               

Privileged partnership

This article deals with cooperation between the European Union and non-member states. For the use of the term to describe Franco-German cooperation at and since the Treaty of Maastricht, see France–Germany relations Privileged partnership is a ge ...

                                               

History of Kozhikode

The history of Kozhikode), also known as Calicut, a city in the southern Indian state of Kerala, stretches back over two thousand years. It is the third largest city in Kerala and the headquarters of Kozhikode district. Kozhikode was dubbed the " ...

                                               

1st-century BC Indian Jain monarchs

                                               

2nd-century BC Indian Jain monarchs

                                               

3rd-century BC Indian Jain monarchs

                                               

King Zhao of Wei

King Zhao of Wei, personal name Wei Chi was king of Wei from 296 BC to 277 BC. He was the son of King Xiang of Wei. During his reign, his state suffered from repeated attacks by the state of Qin. In 293 BC, he made an alliance with the state of H ...

                                               

8th-century Indian Jain monarchs

                                               

9th-century Indian Jain monarchs

                                               

12th-century Indian Jain monarchs

                                               

Currie baronets

The Currie Baronetcy is a title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom. It was created on 11 January 1847 for Frederick Currie, Foreign Secretary to the Indian Government and a member of the Supreme Council of India. He was a grandson of William ...

                                               

Elphinstone-Dalrymple baronets

The Dalrymple-Horn-Elphinstone, later Elphinstone-Dalrymple Baronetcy, of Horn and of Logie Elphinstone in the County of Aberdeen, is a dormant title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom. It was created on 16 January 1828 for Robert Dalrymple- ...

                                               

Henniker baronets

The Henniker Baronetcy, of Newton Hall in the County of Essex, was created in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom on 2 November 1813 for Brydges Henniker, who had earlier represented Kildare Borough in the last Irish Parliament. He was the young ...

                                               

Richmond baronets

The Richmond Baronetcy, of Hollington in the County of Sussex, was a title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom. It was created on 4 July 1929 for the businessman Frederick Henry Richmond. He was Chairman of the department stores Debenhams and ...

                                               

Wyvill baronets

The Wyvill Baronetcy, of Constable Burton in the County of York, was a title in the Baronetage of England. It was created on 25 November 1611 Marmaduke Wyvill, the former Member of Parliament for Richmond. The fifth and sixth Baronets also repres ...

                                               

Dormant baronetcies in the Baronetage of Nova Scotia

                                               

Forfeited baronetcies in the Baronetage of Ireland

                                               

Belasyse baronets

                                               

Dyke Acland baronets

                                               

Le Fleming baronets

The Fleming, later le Fleming Baronetcy, of Rydal in the County of Westmorland, is a title in the Baronetage of England. It was created on 4 October 1705 for William Fleming, Member of Parliament for Westmorland. The second Baronet was Bishop of ...

                                               

Grosvenor baronets

                                               

IAnson baronets

The IAnson Baronetcy of Bassetbury was a title in the Baronetage of England. It was created on 6 May 1652, at the Louvre in Paris, by Charles II of England for Sir Bryan IAnson, Knight of Ashby St Ledgers, Northamptonshire, Gentleman of the Bedch ...

                                               

Baronets of Sittenham

                                               

Stapleton-Cotton baronets

                                               

Von Friesendorff baronets

The von Friesendorff baronetcy, of Hirdech, Sweden, is a title in the Baronetage of England. On 4 October 1661, Johan von Friesendorff, Swedish ambassador to England, was created a baronet by Charles II. In 1665 he was appointed Riksfriherre by t ...

                                               

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