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Throughout his judicial career Douglas remained a prolific writer, especially on
conservation, history, politics, and foreign relations; his books include Of Men
and Mountains (1950) and A Wilderness Bill of Rights (1965). Douglas DC-3 (
14, 1977, Alvedision, Wiltshire), British foreign secretary in 1935— 38, 1940-45,
and 1951-55 and prime minister from 1955 to 1957. After combat service in World
War I, Eden studied Oriental languages (Arabic and Persian) at Christ Church, ...
Embargo should be distinguished from arret de prince, a temporary detention of
ships or aircraft; from angary, an emergency requisition of the use of foreign
merchant vessels; and from boycott, an interruption of commercial and financial ...
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