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The Great Seal is protected under the Security of Information Act, Section 5 ( 2 )( e ) stating: " Every person who, without lawful authority or excuse, manufactures or sells, or has in his possession for sale, any die, seal or scribble referred to in subsection ( 1 ) is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term of not more than 14 years or by summary conviction and liable to imprisonment for a term of not more than 12 months or to a fine of not more than $ 2, 000.
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Great and Seal
Alexander the warrior and knight: the reverse side of Alexander II's Great Seal, enhanced as a 19th century steel engraving.
Charlottetown, the capital of the new colony of St. John's Island, was ransacked in 1775 with the provincial secretary kidnapped and the Great Seal stolen.
He later travelled to the Court of Session to be sworn in by the Lord President and receive the Great Seal of Scotland.
Oxford complained that his servant Thomas Hampton had taken advantage of these writs by taking money from the tenants to his own use, and had also conspired with another of Oxford's servants to pass a fraudulent document under the Great Seal of England.
Francis Hopkinson provided assistance to the second committee that designed the Great Seal of the United States.
The three overlapping seals on the left are the seal of the U. S. Department of State ( similar to the Great Seal of the United States ), the seal of the U. S. Department of Justice, and the seal of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The seal is located directly below the 112 m ( 368 ft ) steeple and the Great Seal of the United States inside the Memorial Room.
It first appeared on the Great Seal of the Irish Free State, which in turn was replaced by the coat of arms, the Irish Presidential Standard and the Presidential Seal in the 1937 Constitution of Ireland.
On July 6, 1776, the first committee for the production of the Great Seal of the United States convened.
* 1911 – The United States, Great Britain, Japan, and Russia sign the North Pacific Fur Seal Convention of 1911 banning open-water seal hunting, the first international treaty to address wildlife preservation issues.
The reverse of the medal has the motto taken from the Great Seal of the United States, "" (" He Has Favored Our Undertakings ") and the date "" ( 1782 ) which is the date of America's first decoration, the Badge of Military Merit, now known as the Purple Heart.
They, and many of the moderates not in overt rebellion, forced King John to agree to a document later known as the ' Articles of the Barons ', to which his Great Seal was attached in the meadow at Runnymede on 15 June 1215.
* 1951 – Charles Falconer, Baron Falconer of Thoroton, British politician and former Lord Chancellor and Lord Keeper of the Great Seal of England and Great Britain
* Novus ordo seclorum ( Latin for " New Order of the Ages "), the motto on the reverse of the Great Seal of the United States often mistranslated as " New World Order "
The discovery of Owain's Great Seal and his letters to the French in the Bibliothèque Nationale helped revise historical images of him as a purely local leader.
The badge of the Presidential Medal of Freedom is in the form of a golden star with white enamel, with a red enamel pentagon behind it ; the central disc bears thirteen gold stars on a blue enamel background ( taken from the Great Seal of the United States ) within a golden ring.
Many visual effects are possible, and the SVG specification automatically handles bidirectional text ( for composing a combination of English and Arabic text, for example ), vertical text ( as Chinese was historically written ) and characters along a curved path ( such as the text around the edge of the Great Seal of the United States ).
Great and is
Great stress is placed on the role that the monitoring of information sending plays in maintaining the effectiveness of the network.
He is a member of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, London, a registered professional engineer in Connecticut and Ohio, and a chartered electrical engineer in Great Britain.
Here is truly a `` Great Recording of the Century '', and its greatness is by no means diminished by the fact that it is not quite perfect.
So it is with Great Expectations, whether the hands be Orlick's as he strikes down Mrs. Gargery or Pip's as he steals a pie from her pantry.
Since they commonly translate thoughts and feelings into deeds, hands naturally represent action, and since nearly half the characters in Great Expectations are of the underworld or closely allied to it, the linking of hands with crime or violence is not to be wondered at.
As the bergs grew larger, Hudson was forced to turn south into what is now Ungava Bay, an inlet of the Great Strait.
The `` chase '' as a standard film device probably dates from The Great Train Robbery, and there is a reason for the continued popularity of the device.
Aristotle's influence over Alexander the Great is seen in the latter's bringing with him on his expedition a host of zoologists, botanists, and researchers.
In Korea, the Hangul alphabet was created by Sejong the Great Hangul is a unique alphabet: it is a featural alphabet, where many of the letters are designed from a sound's place of articulation ( P to look like the widened mouth, L to look like the tongue pulled in, etc.
For English, this is partly because the Great Vowel Shift occurred after the orthography was established, and because English has acquired a large number of loanwords at different times, retaining their original spelling at varying levels.
Aquarius is identified as " The Great One " in the Babylonian star catalogues and represents the god Ea himself, who is commonly depicted holding an overflowing vase.
However Abdul is a common Arabic prefix meaning " Servant of the " and " Al " is Arabic for " the ", and if " hazra " means " he prohibited ", " he fenced in " or " Great Lord ", then the name would mean " Servant of the Prohibited ", " Servant of the Fenced in ", or " Servant of the Great Lord " which would make sense considering his role, even if it is not a proper Arabic name.
Great and protected
The Economist also campaigned against the Corn Laws that protected landlords in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland against competition from less expensive foreign imports of cereal products.
Before Independence, American merchant ships were protected from the Barbary pirates by the naval and diplomatic influence of Great Britain.
Adams's votes protected the President's sole authority over the removal of appointees, influenced the location of the national capital, and prevented war with Great Britain.
America and Great Britain agreed that both nations were not to colonize or control any Central American republic, neither nation would seek exclusive control of Isthmian canal, if canal built protected by both nations for neutrality and security.
Intercontinental trade and communication became regular, organized, and protected by the ' Great Powers.
Commonwealth and off-shore protected areas in the Australian Capital Territory, the Northern Territory, the Christmas Island Territory, the Cocos ( Keeling ) Islands Territory, the Norfolk Island Territory and the Australian Antarctic Territory are managed by Parks Australia, a division of the Department of the Environment and Water Resources, with the exception of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, which is managed by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, a separate body within the department.
In Australia, the Great Barrier Reef is protected by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, and is the subject of much legislation, including a biodiversity action plan ..
Chesapeake is a diverse city with few urban areas as well as many square miles of protected farmland, forests, and wetlands, including a substantial portion of the Great Dismal Swamp.
The fourth island of the Brooks group, South Island, is not part of the national park but is protected by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority.
* The " Scrigno " Room: the Venetian nobility as a caste came into existence because of the “ closure ” of admissions to the Great Council in 1297 ; however, it was only in the 16th century that formal measures were taken to introduce restrictions that protected the status of that aristocracy: marriages between nobles and commoners were forbidden and greater controls were set up to check the validity of aristocratic titles.
These abandoned pits are home to many species of wildlife and are protected along with the Great Black Swamp.
The Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 did much damage to the entire Delta, but Yazoo City was restored and is now protected by an effective flood prevention system.
The Village of Great Neck is protected by the Nassau County Police Department's Sixth Precinct, as is the rest of Great Neck except for the villages of Great Neck Estates, Kings Point, Kensington and Lake Success.
Some residents feel that the existence of the common has protected Great Torrington from over development.
However, The Economist campaigned against the Corn Laws that protected landlords in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland against competition from less expensive foreign imports of cereal products.
A short example would be the provisions which make it impossible to stop selling a product once a nation has begun selling it, if the Canadian government gives in to demands by US companies to sell water from the Great Lakes or lumber from protected crown lands, then the government according to the agreement will not be able to stop those companies from purchasing as much water from the Great Lakes ( or other lakes and rivers ) or trees from protected lands as they please.
Throughout his career as a painter, he was protected by Talleyrand, who served successively the Restoration and king Louis-Philippe, and ultimately as ambassador of France in Great Britain, and later by Talleyrand's grandson, Charles Auguste Louis Joseph, duc de Morny, half-brother of Napoleon III and speaker of the French House of Commons.