New Jersey appears in 1235 issues.
The civil war fought between the Union and the Confederate States of America in the United States between the years 1861 and 1865.
The type of football where you don't use a ball or your feet.
A collected name for various wars between European governments and indigenous peoples from 1540-1924 (intermittent).
The war between the Americans and the British for the New World or what today is called the United States of America.
Commonly known as football or soccer.
Fighting, but with rules.
The act of physically or mentally hurting a child.
Violence or threats of violence whether physical, sexual, emotional, or some combination between a married couple, boyfriend and girlfriend, gay couple, family members, or friends.
A war from 1754-1763. Part of the Seven Years' War.
The act of betting in random games.
Sport played on ice by two teams of six players.
A time when the United States government, led by Franklin D. Roosevelt, imprisoned sever hundred Japanese Americans who were seen as the "enemy" during World War II.
Popular board game created in 1935. It is based on purchasing and developing property on the streets of Atlantic City, New Jersey.
The crime of deliberately killing a person.
A group of criminals working together to commit illegal acts.
The business or practice of engaging in sexual relations in exchange for payment or some other benefit. Prostitution tends to be referred to as "the world's oldest profession".
A person who murders more than three people. Often over long lengths of time and in grotesque manners.
Rape is sexual assault where the body of the victim is violated without consent.
A settling of a dispute or claim in a court of law.
A war from 1812-1815 between the United Kingdom and the United States.
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