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 Who was the first black American female judge in the United States?

Answer Born in 1908, Jane Bolin became the first female African-American judge in 1938 when she was appointed to serve on the bench as a family court judge in Qeeens, New York. Bolin was also the first A... Read More »
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Can a soldier in the united states marine corps switch to be a united states navy seal?

Yes but you might be deranked or up ranked depending were you where in the Marines.
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Is a United States bachelor's degree accepted at a United Kingdom university?

Although the British refer to a bachelor's degree as a "first-degree" as opposed to an "undergraduate degree," they are considered to be equivalent in both countries. Therefore, a bachelor's degree... Read More »
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Why is the emergency phone number in the united kingdom "999" and "911" in the united states?

It was implemented as a feature to prevent abuse of the service. In theory, hitting 999 accidentally is much easier than hitting 911.
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How to Get Dual Citizenship to the United States and the United Kingdom?

Those Americans who were born in the U.K. and lived there until the age of 10, or who were born to at least one British parent, or those who have been married to a British citizen for over three ye... Read More »
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