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S.1777 A bill to require Comptroller General of the United States reports on the major automated information system programs of the Department of Defense., 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Nov 01, 2011 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Armed Services.

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    • S. 1777 - GovTrack.us - March 19, 2012 by http://www.govtrack.us/users/events.xpd?monitors=misc:activebills - S. 1777. In GovTrack.us, a database of bills in the U.S. Congress.

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    • Vaulting forward: Archivist brings state's past into the future - July 29, 2012 by Times-Argus - State Archivist Gregory Sanford has spent half his life sheltering everything from Vermont's 1777 Constitution to Gov. Howard Dean's soon-to-be-unsealed 2000 papers on the nation's first civil-union law. But ask what forms the foundation of his ...

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      As noted by Times-Argus on July 29, 2012, "State Archivist Gregory Sanford has spent half his life sheltering everything from Vermont's 1777 Constitution to Gov. Howard Dean's soon-to-be-unsealed 2000 papers on the nation's first civil-union law. But ask what forms the foundation of his ..." (http://www.timesargus.com/article/20120729/THISJUSTIN/707299973)
    • Brewing up a new world order - July 29, 2012 by Kingston Whig - Consider the Molson path to brewing success. John Molson Sr. (1763-1836) returned from a trip to England, with a copy of John Richardson’s 1777 work Theoretical Hints on An Improved Practice of Brewing Malt-Liquors; Including Some Strictures on the ...

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      As noted by Kingston Whig on July 29, 2012, "Consider the Molson path to brewing success. John Molson Sr. (1763-1836) returned from a trip to England, with a copy of John Richardson’s 1777 work Theoretical Hints on An Improved Practice of Brewing Malt-Liquors; Including Some Strictures on the ..." (http://www.thewhig.com/2012/07/29/brewing-up-a-new-world-order)
    • The School For Scandal: The scandal is it could be so much better - July 12, 2012 by Daily Mail - Richard Brinsley Sheridan’s 1777 play has been wheeled out with increasing frequency in recent years as a rebuke to our obsession with celebrity gossip. Productions at the Barbican Theatre, the Edinburgh Festival and elsewhere have, of course ...

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      As noted by Daily Mail on July 12, 2012, "Richard Brinsley Sheridan’s 1777 play has been wheeled out with increasing frequency in recent years as a rebuke to our obsession with celebrity gossip. Productions at the Barbican Theatre, the Edinburgh Festival and elsewhere have, of course ..." (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2172906/A-Dolls-House-Hattie-hits-mark-nice-Nora.html)
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