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comment When was the Passover Seder ritual formalized?
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revised When was the Passover Seder ritual formalized?
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Apr
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answered When was the Passover Seder ritual formalized?
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Apr
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revised In XIXth century lower classes families, was it common for kids to witness their parent's intercourse?
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revised In XIXth century lower classes families, was it common for kids to witness their parent's intercourse?
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comment In XIXth century lower classes families, was it common for kids to witness their parent's intercourse?
@TylerDurden: I am afraid I don't quite understand what you are saying.
Apr
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revised Why did Russian Federation declare independence from Soviet Union?
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Apr
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answered In XIXth century lower classes families, was it common for kids to witness their parent's intercourse?
Apr
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revised Battle of Queenston Heights, 13 Oct 1812: 23 American soldiers held as British deserters
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revised Who participated in the Gran Sasso raid/Operation Eiche?
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Mar
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answered Why did Russian Federation declare independence from Soviet Union?
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revised Why did Stalin deem Quantum Mechanics 'counter-revolutionary'?
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Mar
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comment Why did Germany not join the United Nations until 1973?
The last sentence is wrong: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One-China_policy is still in force.
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comment Why did Germany not join the United Nations until 1973?
that's exactly what Hallstein Doctrine was about.
Mar
10
answered Why did Germany not join the United Nations until 1973?