FACTOID # 21: 15% of Army recruits from South Dakota are Native American, which is roughly the same percentage for female Army recruits in the state.
 
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[316 U.S. to their convictions, but courts are competent to adjudge the acts men do under color of a constitutional right, such as that of freedom of speech or of the press or the free exercise of religion and to determine whether the claimed right is limited by other recognized powers, equally precious to mankind.
[316 U.S. gregate, it is plain that if each single fee is, as we assume, commensurate with the activities licensed, then though the accumulation of fees from city to city may in time bulk large, he will have enjoyed a correlatively enlarged field of distribution.
[316 U.S. Even were we to assume-what I do not concede-that there could be a lawful non-discriminatory license tax of a percentage of the gross receipts collected by churches and other religious orders in support of their religious work, cf.
Georgia State Route 316 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (210 words)
Georgia 316 begins at Interstate 85 exit 106, near Lawrenceville, passes through Bethlehem, Georgia and Statham, Georgia and ends at the Georgia State Route 10 Loop near Athens.
Sections of 316 are multiplexed with U.S. Highway 29, U.S. Highway 78, Georgia State Route 8, and Georgia State Route 53.
316 is often considered to be a very dangerous road: the speed is posted at 65 mph, but cars have been clocked at speeds in excess of 100 mph.
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