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  1. Mag·na Car·ta

    /ˌmaɡnə ˈkärdə/

    • 1. a charter of liberty and political rights obtained from King John of England by his rebellious barons at Runnymede in 1215, which came to be seen as the seminal document of English constitutional practice.

    noun

    • 1. a document establishing important rights or principles in a specified area: "a Magna Carta for environmental protection"
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