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Jun 09, 2017 · Lenoir, a French Secretary of State, highlighted incidents of exclusion resulting from poverty, disability, substance misuse, incarceration and mental health problems [ 5 ]. Durkheimian [ 6] ideas about social cohesion and order underpinned the original conceptualisation of social exclusion.
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F L: 1: precedes the European postal code on addresses in Liechtenstein, such as FL-9490 Vaduz. 2: auction abbreviation for topical flowers. 3: USPS abbreviation for Florida. 4: USPS abbreviation in address for number of floor in building. FLA: Frank L. Adrian, BEP employee initials, 1906-1928; see Plate Finisher, Siderographer.
Sep 11, 2001 · Bible is the Holy and religious book of Christianity, Samaritanism, and Judaism. It is a combination of verses and scripts. The Holy Bible is originally written in Hebrew, Aramaic, and Koine Greek. Most of the people in the world follow the bible and its verses.
Categories for births/deaths by day of the year. Some interlang versions of Wikipedia have categories for Births on each of the 366 possible days of the year, and similarly for Deaths. For example, Italian has Categoria:Nati il 28 aprile and Categoria:Morti il 28 aprile for today’s births and deaths.