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Figure 2: Left: Photo by Ketut Subiyanto from Pexels; Right: LightFieldStudios/iStock / Getty Images Plus.
Figure 5: (a) Image by Jan Mallander from Pixabay; (b) MBI/Alamy (c) Hinterhaus Productions/Getty.
Figure 7: Granger Historical Picture Archive / Alamy.
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Figure 11: Adapted from www.slideshare.net/ GymJamW/ civil-courts-and-track-system.
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