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Other common law legal jurisdictions use jury trials only in a very select class of cases that make up a tiny share of the overall civil docket ( e. g. defamation suits in England and Wales ), while true civil jury trials are almost entirely absent elsewhere in the world.
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Other attributes of his included the kithara ( an advanced version of the common lyre ), the plectrum and the sword.
Other common names are ear shells, sea ears, as well as muttonfish or muttonshells in Australia, ormer in Great Britain, and venus's-ears in South Africa and in New Zealand.
Other common names for the blue whale have included Sibbald's rorqual ( after Sibbald, who first described the species ), the great blue whale and the great northern rorqual.
Other common shapes for churches include a circle, to represent eternity, or an octagon or similar star shape, to represent the church's bringing light to the world.
Other common categorization systems are based on the buses primary role, connecting devices internally or externally, PCI vs. SCSI for instance.
Other common names include " giant neotropical toad ", " Dominican toad ", " giant marine toad ", and " South American Cane Toad ".
Other than at such moments of extremis, little evidence exists to suggest this was a common Cathar practice.
Other common symptoms are a pulsing noise in the head, progressive weakness and numbness and vision changes as well as debilitating, excruciating pain.
Other common signifying footwear of the dominatrix are thigh-high boots, in leather or shiny PVC, which have long held a fetishistic status, along with the very high stiletto heel.
Other guiding principles include the polluter pays principle, the precautionary principle, the principle of sustainable development, environmental procedural rights, common but differentiated responsibilities, intragenerational and intergenerational equity, " common concern of humankind ", and common heritage.
Other variants of East Coast Swing that use altered footwork forms are known as Single Swing or " Single-step Swing " ( where the triple step is replaced by a single step forming a slow, slow, quick, quick rhythm common to Foxtrot ), and Double Swing ( using a tap-step footwork pattern ).
By encouraging clarity on the active subject that " does " or wants or believes something, and disallowing passive constructions about the state of affairs ( a common use of " to be "), E-Prime makes it more difficult to hide assumptions in statements about The Other or equivalent constructions such as " they " or " most people " or " the public " or " the taxpayer ".
Other causes are CNS tumors, head trauma, and other degenerative diseases that are common in the older age group, such as dementia.
Other fears, such as fear of snakes, may be common to all simians and developed during the cenozoic time period.
Other and law
The Convention on Offenses and Certain Other Acts Committed on Board Aircraft (" Tokyo Convention ") is a multilateral convention, done at Tokyo between 20 August and 14 September 1963, coming into force on 4 December 1963, and is applicable to offenses against penal law and to any acts jeopardizing the safety of persons or property on board civilian aircraft while in-flight and engaged in international air navigation.
Other legal sources are the Rules of the Administrative Courts ( Verwaltungsgerichtsordnung ), the social security code ( Sozialgesetzbuch ) and the general fiscal law ( Abgabenordnung ).
Other faiths are even more subtle: the doctrine of karma shared by Buddhism and Hinduism is a divine law similar to divine retribution but without the connotation of punishment: our acts, good or bad, intentional or unintentional, reflect back on us as part of the natural working of the universe.
Other scholars have suggested that Hebrews is part of an internal New Testament debate between the extreme Judaizers ( who argued that non-Jews must convert to Judaism before they can receive the Holy Spirit of Jesus ' Jewish covenant ) versus the extreme Antinomians ( who argued that Jews must reject God's commandments and that Jewish law was no longer in effect ).
Other legislation included National Environmental Policy Act ( NEPA ), signed into law in 1970, which established a United States Environmental Protection Agency and a Council on Environmental Quality ; the Marine Protection, Research, and Sanctuaries Act of 1972 ; the Endangered Species Act of 1973, the Safe Drinking Water Act ( 1974 ), the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act ( 1976 ), the Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1977, which became known as the Clean Water Act, and the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act, commonly known as the Superfund Act ( 1980 ).
Other recent developments in intellectual property law, such as the America Invents Act, stress international harmonization.
Other criticism of intellectual property law concerns the tendency of the protections of intellectual property to expand, both in duration and in scope.
Other approaches focus on the problem of the formation of international rules: why states voluntarily adopt international law norms, that limit their freedom of action, in the absence of a world legislature ; while other perspectives are policy oriented: they elaborate theoretical frameworks and instruments to criticize the existing norms and to make suggestions on how to improve them.
Other common assertions about the benefits of trial by jury is that it provides a means of interjecting community norms and values into judicial proceedings and that it legitimizes the law by providing opportunities for citizens to validate criminal statutes in their application to specific trials.
Other legal technicalities deal with aspects of substantive law, that is, aspects of the law which articulate specific criteria that a court uses to assess a party's compliance with or violation of, for example, one or more criminal laws or civil laws.
Other procedural " technicalities " arise from common law as well, for example, the standard procedural defenses of laches and estoppel applicable within civil law.
Other classes of customers, such as those with private banking accounts and those of foreign government officials, are subjected to enhanced due diligence because the law deems that those types of accounts are a higher risk for money laundering.
Other post secondary institutions include a law school, technical college, banking institute, teachers ' training college, and health sciences institute.
Other systems of law also have their own " Regulae Iuris " even by the same name or something serving a similar function.
Other ideas are behind the German expressions formelles Recht ( or Prozeßrecht ) and materielles Recht as well as the French droit formel / droit matériel, the Italian diritto formale / diritto material and the Swedish formell rätt / materiell rätt ; all of which, taken literally, means " formal " and " material " law.
Other English legal institutions such as " the scholastic method, the license to teach ", the " law schools known as Inns of Court in England and Madrasas in Islam ” and the " European commenda " ( Islamic Qirad ) may have also originated from Islamic law.
Other considerations of the rules of international law, particularly those prohibiting the use of force and the acquisition of territory, are also relevant in that the Soviet authorities and, subsequently, the Azerbaijani government applied use of military and paramilitary force in ethnic cleansing initiatives like Operation Ring, while the Armenian community of Nagorno-Karabakh established militia forces to resist further pogroms and defend the civilian population by repelling Azeri forces.