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In 63 BC, the law of Sulla was abolished by the tribune Titus Labienus, and a modified form of the lex Domitia was reinstated providing for election by comitia tributa once again: Gaius Julius Caesar followed Ahenobarbus's precedent by being elected by public vote, although Caesar at least had previously been a pontiff.
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63 and BC
Augustus (, September 23, 63 BC – August 19, 14 AD ) was the founder of the Roman Empire and its first Emperor, ruling from 27 BC until his death in 14 AD.
Historians typically refer to him as simply Octavius between his birth in 63 until his posthumous adoption by Julius Caesar in 44 BC.
While his paternal family was from the town of Velletri, about from Rome, Augustus was born in the city of Rome on 23 September 63 BC.
In 63 BC, he ran for election to the post of Pontifex Maximus, chief priest of the Roman state religion.
With the rise of the Roman Empire and the decline of the Seleucids, the area was conquered by the Roman Empire in 63 BC.
He was a major figure in the second Catilinian conspiracy and was extrajudically killed on the orders of Cicero in 63 BC.
* Octavian ( in Latin ' Octavianus '), the name of Augustus ( 63 BC – 14 AD ) before he became Emperor of Rome
Once Mithridates was defeated by Pompey in 63 BC, Pompey set about the task of remaking the Hellenistic East, by creating new client kingdoms and establishing provinces.
A venatio held there in 169 BC, one of several in the 2nd century, employed " 63 leopards and 40 bears and elephants ", with spectators presumably kept safe by a substantial barrier.
Debt had never been greater than in 63 BC since the previous decades of war had led to an era of economic downturn across the Italian countryside.
63 and law
( c ) Ligeantia localis, by operation of law, when a friendly alien enters the country, because so long as they are in the country they are within the Sovereign's protection, therefore they owe the Sovereign a local obedience or allegiance ( R v Cowle ( 1759 ) 2 Burr 834 ; Low v Routledge ( 1865 ) 1 Ch App 42 ; Re Johnson, Roberts v Attorney-General 1 Ch 821 ; Tingley v Muller 2 Ch 144 ; Rodriguez v Speyer AC 59 ; Johnstone v Pedlar 2 AC 262 ; R v Tucker ( 1694 ) Show Parl Cas 186 ; R v Keyn ( 1876 ) 2 Ex D 63 ; Re Stepney Election Petn, Isaacson v Durant ( 1886 ) 17 QBD 54 );
* The number of full-time law enforcement officers in Missouri increased 3, 825 ( 63 %) from 1985 to 1992.
Grimm's Weisthümer ( 4 vol., 1840 – 63 ), a compilation of partially oral legal traditions from rural Germany, allows research of the development of written law in Northern Europe.
The law concerned was Section 63 of the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008, brought in by the Labour Party government of 2005-2010.
* Nicolaisen, Jeppe ; and Hjørland, Birger ( 2007 ), Practical potentials of Bradford's law: A critical examination of the received view, Journal of Documentation, 63 ( 3 ): 359-377.
Law regulates the remuneration of the members ; delegation is possible ; such law can only be approved by a two-thirds majority ( Article 63 ).
So, for example, in the criminal law case of R v. Rimmington ( 2005 ) UKHL 63 Lord Bingham said " Where Parliament has defined the ingredients of an offence.
In the 2004 presidential election, Ólafur was re-elected with 67. 5 % of the votes cast ( down from over 95 % in the only other time an incumbent has been contested ), but that election also saw a record number of empty ballots ( 21. 2 %) and an exceptionally low turnout of 63 % ( usually 80 – 90 %), both of which have been interpreted as dissent with the president's decision to not sign the media law.
According to the Los Angeles Times exit polls, 63 percent of ethnic European voters and 23 percent of Latino voters voted for Proposition 187 ; African-American and ethnic Asian voters split their voting equally for and against the law.
Proposition 65 ( formally titled " The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 ") is a California law passed by direct voter initiative in 1986 by a 63 %- 37 % margin.
Obscenity law in England and Wales is currently governed by the various Obscene Publications Acts, and Section 63 of the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008 but obscenity laws go back much further into the English common law.
Of these five categories only Computer Employees has an hourly wage-based exemption ($ 27. 63 per hour ) while Outside Sales Employee is the only main category not to have the minimum salary ($ 455 per week ) test though some sub categories under Professional ( like teachers and practitioners of law or medicine ) also do not have the minimum salary test.
" In two separate opinions handed down on the same day, the court upheld California's three strikes law against an attack on direct appeal from conviction, Ewing v. California, 538 U. S. 11, and a collateral attack through a petition for habeas corpus, Lockyer v. Andrade, 538 U. S. 63 ( 2003 ).
On 1 August 2011, the National Assembly of Niger approved a draft law which would dramatically expand the number of Departments to 63.
In 2003 Bush signed into law the 21st Century Nanotechnology Research and Development Act ( Public Law 108-153 ), which authorizes expenditures for five of the participating agencies totaling $ 3. 63 billion over four years ..
It is presumed that this picture was taken and published before 1923 ( when she would have been 63 years old ) and is therefore ineligible under US copyright law.
Following the passage of the Marriage Equality Act, a Marist Poll reported that 55 % of New York adults supported the legalization of same-sex marriage and 63 % did not want the law overturned.
On 18 June 2008, Proposition 2006 / 07: 63, " the FRA law ", was accepted by the Parliament of Sweden ( Riksdag ), and accordingly FRA was given legal permission to tap communication cables passing the Swedish national borders.
Under Scots law, a Scottish Prescriptive Barony by Tenure is now " incorporeal feudal heritage ", not attached to the land and remains the only genuine, prescriptive, degree of title of UK nobility capable of being bought and sold – since under Section 63 ( 1 ) of the Act, the dignity of Baron is preserved after the abolition of the feudal system.
When the tribune Publius Servilius Rullus introduced his agrarian law ( 63 ), these lands, which had been originally assigned to the Roman people by Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus, were expressly exempted from sale, which roused the indignation of Marcus Tullius Cicero ( De lege agraria, i. 4, ii.
The Law School has 17, 327 alumni in all 50 states, 63 foreign countries and several U. S. protectorates and the Law School's 51 % alumni giving rate is among the highest of the nation's law schools.