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English: The Bill of Rights, the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution. Note that the First Amendment is actually "Article the third" on the document, Second Amendment is "Article the fourth", and so on. "Article the second" is the 27th Amendment. "Article the first" is never ratified.
Česky: Originál Listiny práv, prvních deseti dodatků k Ústavě Spojených států amerických
Deutsch: Die Bill of Rights genannten ersten zehn Zusatzartikel zur US-amerikanischen Verfassung, die den Bürgern bestimmte Grundrechte garantieren
Español: La Carta de Derechos de los Estados Unidos, el término por el que se conocen las diez primeras enmiendas de la Constitución de los Estados Unidos de América
Date 1791
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