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Territorial and Jurisdiction
Bonsal is an unincorporated community in the New Hill, North Carolina postal district, part of the Extra Territorial Jurisdiction ( ETJ ) of Apex, North Carolina, in extreme southwestern Wake County, North Carolina.

Territorial and According
According to Goodspeed's History of Lincoln County, Missouri ( 1888 ), Lincoln County was named by Major Christopher Clark, the first permanent white settler, when he addressed the Territorial Legislature saying, " I was born, sir, in Link-Horn County, N. C., I lived for many years in Link-Horn County in old Kain-tuck.
Such groups included the OJAL ( Organisation of Young Free Algerians ) or the OSSRA ( Secret Organisation for the safeguard of the Algerian Republic ) According to Roger Faligot and Pascal Kropp ( 1999 ), the OJAL was reminiscent of " the Organization of the French Algerian Resistance ( ORAF ), a group of counter-terrorists created in December 1956 by the Direction de la surveillance du territoire ( Territorial Surveillance Directorate, or DST ) whose mission was to carry out terrorist attacks with the aim of quashing any hopes of political compromise.
According to the coding of geographical units based on the Wykaz symboli terytorialnych wojewodztw, gmin i miast ( Register of Territorial Codes for Voivodeships, Counties and Cities ) of the Warsaw Glowny Urzad Statystyczny ( Central Statistical Office ) of 1992, the code for Zaklikow is 83721 and it is considered a rural county.

Territorial and Law
The territorial organisation of the Republic of Serbia was regulated by the Law on Territorial Organisation and Local Self-Government, adopted in the Assembly of Serbia on 24 July 1991.
* Lectures by Malcolm Shaw entitled The International Legal Principles Relating to Territorial Disputes: The Acquisition of Title to Territory and Settling Territorial Disputes in the Lecture Series of the United Nations Audiovisual Library of International Law
During periods of total war, the Territorial Army is incorporated by the Royal Prerogative into Regular Service under one code of Military Law for the duration of hostilities or until de-activation is decided upon.
In accordance with the 2008 Law on Administrative and Territorial Subdivision of Kyrgyzstan, urban-type settlements are those that comprise economically significant facilities such as industrial plants, railway stations, construction sites, etc., as well as settlements with a recreational potential with population of at least 2, 000.
Territorial waters, or a territorial sea, as defined by the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, is a belt of coastal waters extending at most from the baseline ( usually the mean low-water mark ) of a coastal state.
The latter is currently Law 5220 on the Territorial Division of the Dominican Republic ( Ley No. 5220 sobre División Territorial de la República Dominicana ), issued 1959 and frequently amended to create new provinces and lower – level administrative units.
The territorial organisation of Serbia is regulated by the Law on Territorial Organization, adopted by the National Assembly on 29 December 2007.
During the same year a contract was signed with Mix Consult OOD who would act as a consultant in the meaning of Article 166 of the Law of the Administrative Territorial Structure of the Republic of Bulgaria during the process of design and construction of the tower.
Citations, Principle of legality-International Law-See -: Giuliana Ziccardi Capaldo, Le situazioni territoriali illegittime nel diritto internazionale, Editoriale Scientifica, Napoli, 1977 ( whose English title, in translation, would be " Illegal Territorial Situations in International Law ". Professor Ziccardi Capaldo has been a pioneer in the field.
* Dietrich Loeber, “ The Russian-Latvian Territorial Dispute Over Abrene ” in The Parker School Journal of East European Law ( 1995, Vol.
In the Territorial Division Law of 1897, the change was officially documented.
Martial Law was declared and the governor at the time, Joseph Poindexter, told President Franklin D. Roosevelt that his greatest fear was sabotage by the large Japanese community in Hawaii thus provoking: the FBI to round up Japanese sympathizers, Buddhist priests, language school principals and teachers, civic and business leaders, fisherman, instructors of judo and martial arts, the War Department to discharge all soldiers of Japanese ancestry, the rounding up of Japanese-Americans on the west coast and placed in internment camps, the deactivation of the Hawaii Territorial Guard, and the classification of Japanese-Americans as being 4-C enemy aliens.
On 23 April 1884, with the New Law of Territorial Division, the province was recognised but with its capital in Machala.
The Law of Territorial Division of Gran Colombia, dated 25 June 1824, divided the Province of Caracas, of the Department of Venezuela, into twelve cantons ( counties ).
Its full title in German was Gesetz über Groß-Hamburg und andere Gebietsbereinigungen (" Law Regarding Greater Hamburg and Other Territorial Readjustments ").

Territorial and .
On January 28, 1835, Andrew Jackson removed Pope from office and elevated Territorial Secretary William S. Fulton to the position.
The 1961 theme is the Dakota Territorial Centennial, with the pictures including the Lewis and Clark expedition, the first river steamboat, the 1876 gold rush, a little red schoolhouse on the prairie, and today's construction of large Missouri River reservoirs.
Territorial abbots follow all of the above, but in addition must receive a mandate of authority from the Pope over the territory around the monastery for which they are responsible.
* 1908 – The Territorial Force ( renamed Territorial Army in 1920 ) is formed as a volunteer reserve component of the British Army.
Seven nations have made official Territorial claims in Antarctica.
In May 1923, Montgomery was posted to the Territorial 49th Division.
Larger geographical areas, called Territories, are led by a Territorial Commander, who is the highest-ranking officer in that Territory.
The full-time element of the British Army is referred to as the Regular Army and has been since the creation of the reservist Territorial Force in 1908.
The Haldane Reforms of 1907, formally created the Territorial Force as the Army's volunteer reserve component.
The full-time element of the British Army is referred to as the Regular Army since the creation of the reservist Territorial Force in 1908.
The size and structure of the British Army is continually evolving, but as of 1 July 2012, the British Army employs ; 107, 340 full-time soldiers ( 103, 590 Regulars, 3, 750 Gurkhas ) and 31, 600 Territorial soldiers for a combined component strength of 138, 500 soldiers.
However, following a further independent review on the future structure of the British Army-18 July 2011 " Future Reserves 2020-The Independent Commission to review the United Kingdom's Reserve Forces "-it was announced that the Regular Army will be reduced to a trained strength of 82, 000 while the Territorial Army will be increased to a trained strength of around 30, 000 personnel.
Perhaps the most important aspect of Army 2020 is that the Territorial Army will become " fully integrated " with the Regular Army and " better prepared " for overseas deployments and operations.
The Territorial Army did not come into existence until 1908.
The PPT won the May 1957 pre-independence elections thanks to a greatly expanded franchise, and Lisette led the government of the Territorial Assembly until he lost a confidence vote on 11 February 1959.
The Fourth Military Region maintained only a Territorial Defense Company headquartered in Korhogo The Fifth Military Region was formerly known as the Western Operational Zone, a temporary command created to respond to the security threat caused by the First Liberian Civil War.
While still a graduate student in 1934, Parkinson was commissioned into the Territorial Army as a member of the 22nd London Regiment ( The Queen's ), was promoted Lieutenant later the same year, and commanded an infantry company at the jubilee of King George V in 1935.
It is still used in this form by the British Territorial Army, and the Royal Canadian Armour Corps of the Canadian Army.
Scott County was formed by an act of the Wisconsin Territorial legislature in 1837.
It appeared as if the Kansas Territorial legislature to be elected in March 1855 would be controlled by free-soilers and ban slavery.
When Territorial Governor Andrew Reeder objected, he was fired by President Pierce, a Doughface.
In the Territorial Army, one of the five squadrons of the Royal Yeomanry is designated as dragoons: The Westminster Dragoons.
Territorial empires ( e. g. the Mongol Empire, the Median Empire ) tended to be contiguous areas.

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