Since Jul 10, 2001

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Occupying territory. Obstructing piece (sic).

About the name: It's Ancient Greek for "Free Creature" and the five stands for freedom number five, beyond FDR's "four freedoms"; i.e., simple freedom.

The Greek proverb from which the name is taken: "τοισ μεν δουλοισ 'η αναγκη νομοσ; τοισ δε ανθροποισ ελευθεροισ 'ο νομοσ αναγκη"

Translation: "for slaves, necessity is law, while for free men, law is necessity"

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