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First: it " mandates that whoever is the sovereign of the United Kingdom is also, by virtue of this external fact, sovereign of Australia "; accordingly, changes to British succession laws would have no effect on Australian law, but if the British amendment changed the sovereign, then the new sovereign of the United Kingdom would automatically become the new sovereign of Australia.
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First and mandates
After the First World War, the victorious allies divided up the German colonial empire and much of the Ottoman Empire between themselves as League of Nations mandates.
The B mandates were applied to the former German colonies that the League took responsibility for after the First World War.
* First, they will inquire whether the state legislation " mandates or authorizes conduct that necessarily constitutes a violation of the antitrust laws in all cases, or ... places irresistible pressure on a private party to violate the antitrust laws in order to comply with the statute.
* First, it mandates access to government records and meetings of government bodies, and elevates this right of access to constitutional stature.
Many of these outcomes can be attributed to the Federal Communication Commission ’ s ( FCC ) interpretation of Congress ’ mandates, which contained poor choice of language and confusion over the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.
First and whoever
" Speaking on " Lies, Misreporting, and Catastrophe in the Middle East ," at the First Congregational Church of Berkeley, 22 September 2010, Fisk stated, " I think it is the duty of a foreign correspondent to be neutral and unbiased on the side of those who suffer, whoever they may be.
The Barber-Surgeon is apparently a threat to whoever had restarted the events of the First Circle and, through means unknown, he is mysteriously crushed under a falling “ sarcen stone ”, also engraved with a serpent like the amulet the Barber-Surgeon had carried.
The First seems also to know mannerisms, information and details of the life of whoever it is appearing as.
On occasions in the past, when part or all of the First Presidency have been absent, whoever the First Presidency requests to conduct the Conference may do so, usually the most senior apostle not in the First Presidency.
Examples included the First Active representative telling " Most people " that there's no need to keep switching mortgage companies, finding " whoever said that you need to keep switching mortgages in order to get the best deal ", and finding where it is written that it takes ages to get a decision on your mortgage.
First and is
He added that he also stresses the works of these favorite masters on tour, especially Mahler's First and Fourth symphonies, and Das Lied Von der Erde, and Bruckner's Sixth -- which is rarely played -- and Seventh.
First of all there is ample area in East Greenwich already zoned in the classification similar to that which petitioner requested.
First of all, it is now known that Pope John sees the renewal and purification of the Church as an absolutely necessary step toward Christian unity.
First and foremost: No one -- no, not anyone -- in the family is allowed to issue blanket invitations to his or her own circle.
First, is the circulating form of the hormone the same as that found in the gland where it is synthesised and stored??
First, it appears to be based on the fact that on its title page Utopia is described as `` festivus '', `` gay ''.
In one now-historic first interview, for example, the transcript ( reproduced from the book, The First Five Minutes ) goes like this: The therapist's level tone is bland and neutral -- he has, for example, avoided stressing `` you '', which would imply disapproval ; ;
One of Mrs. Kennedy's initial concerns as First Lady was the sad state of the furnishings in a building which is supposed to be a national shrine.
First thing I did after my twenty-first birthday was go into court and have it officially changed, and this is something I don't tell everybody.
More than 300 teenagers last Sunday proved there is and as many more are expected to prove it again for Jim Kern and his wife Lynn from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday at First Presbyterian Church.
To be sure, when this is pointed out, a common response among certain churchmen is to fulminate about `` the little flock '' and `` the great crowd '' and to take solace from Paul's castigation of the `` wisdom of the wise '' in the opening chapter of First Corinthians.
One can even argue -- though this is a delicate matter -- that every justification existed for their returning the Public Lecture to the First Church, and so to suppress it, rather than let Parker use it as a sounding board for his propaganda when his turn should come to occupy it.
First of all, and this has been calculated by observation, the universe is expanding -- that is, the galaxies are receding from each other at immense speeds.
First and sovereign
Napoleon transformed the Italian principality of Elba, where he was imprisoned, into a miniature version of his First Empire, with most trappings of a sovereign monarchy, until his Cent Jours escape and reseizure of power in France convinced his opponents, reconvening the Vienna Congress in 1815, to revoke his gratuitous privileges and send him to die in exile on barren Saint Helena.
Following the Congress of Vienna in 1815 Austria, which had emerged as the Austrian Empire became part of the German Confederation till the Austro-Prussian war of 1866, and then the Austro-Hungarian Empire which collapsed at the end of World War I. Austria was briefly independent ( First Republic ) till annexation by the German Third Reich, partitioned after the Second World War and then became the independent sovereign state ( Second Republic ) that has existed to the present day.
Further, included in Canada's constitution are the various treaties between the Crown and Canadian First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples, who view these documents as agreements directly and only between themselves and the reigning monarch, illustrating the relationship between sovereign and aboriginals.
Ying Zheng, the king of Qin unifies China and proclaims himself the First Emperor, as he is the first Chinese sovereign able to rule the whole country, thus ending the Warring States Period.
Following the end of the First World War, however, geo-political shifts took place that saw the emergence of the Dominions as sovereign states, the first step being the issuance of the Balfour Declaration in 1926, followed by the Royal and Parliamentary Titles Act the next year, and the Statute of Westminster in 1931.
It can denote nations without a sovereign state, emphasising the non-recognition and exclusion of ethnically-and religiously-defined peoples from the politico-economic world system, e. g. the Romani people worldwide, the Basque, Sami, pre-First World War Ashkenazi Jews in the Pale of Settlement, the Assyrians, and the Kurds in the Middle East, Pashtun throughout Afghanistan and Pakistan, the indigenous peoples of the Americas and First Nations groups throughout North, Central and South America, and indigenous Africans and Asians.
First among them was the use of the royal crest, which is the exclusive right of the sovereign and could not be granted to another entity even as a sign of utmost loyalty to the Queen.
The re-emergence of Czechoslovakia as a sovereign state was not only the result of the policies of the victorious Western allies, France, Britain, and the United States, but also an indication of the strength of the Czechoslovak ideal embodied in the First Czechoslovak Republic.
After the end of the First World War, Sayyid Muhammad became ruler of an internationally recognized sovereign state, the Idrisi Emirate of Asir, until his death in 1920.
Under this doctrine The First Nations, Inuit, and Métis are though of a sovereign nations who are in a compact with Canada, rather than minority groups within the Canadian nation state.
First is that a direct investment in the sovereign debt may not be legal due to domicile restrictions of the country.
* 1186 First mention in official documentation of Kempen as a place-the sovereign until 1794 is the Archbishop ( electoral prince ) of Cologne
The lives of the English regicides: and other commissioners of the pretended High court of justice, appointed to sit in judgement upon their sovereign, King Charles the First, Volume II, J. Stockdale, 1798, pp. 110 – 117
First, there must be the sovereign ( which Rousseau states must consist of the whole population, women included ) who represents the general will and is the legislative power within the state.
During World War I, while many other non-Polish minorities were ambivalent or neutral to the idea of a sovereign Polish state, Jews actively participated in the fight for Poland's independence between 1914 and 1918 – a significant number joining Józef Piłsudski at the famous Oleandry area in Kraków, among them Bronisław Mansperl-Chaber killed in 1915 as the First Lieutenant of Brigade I of the Polish Legions.
His Imperial and Royal Majesty William the First, By the Grace of God, German Emperor and King of Prussia ; Margrave of Brandenburg, Burgrave of Nuremberg, Count of Hohenzollern ; sovereign and supreme Duke of Silesia and of the County of Glatz ; Grand Duke of the Lower Rhine and of Posen ; Duke of Saxony, of Westphalia, of Angria, of Pomerania, Lunenburg, Holstein and Schleswig, of Magdeburg, of Bremen, of Guelders, Cleves, Jülich and Berg, Duke of the Wends and the Kassubes, of Crossen, Lauenburg and Mecklenburg ; Landgrave of Hesse and Thuringia ; Margrave of Upper and Lower Lusatia ; Prince of Orange ; Prince of Rügen, of East Friesland, of Paderborn and Pyrmont, of Halberstadt, Münster, Minden, Osnabrück, Hildesheim, of Verden, Cammin, Fulda, Nassau and Moers ; Princely Count of Henneberg ; Count of Mark, of Ravensberg, of Hohenstein, Tecklenburg and Lingen, of Mansfeld, Sigmaringen and Veringen ; Lord of Frankfurt.