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See, for instance, the rabbinic category of Damages ( Jewish law ) ( note though that while a few aspects of this law are incorporated into Israeli law, tort law in Israel is technically similar to English tort law-as enacted by British Mandate of Palestine authorities in 1944 and taking effect in 1947, a year before Israel became a state ).
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" This title hails back to England's separation from the See of Rome, when King Henry, as supreme head of the newly independent church, took over all of the monasteries, mainly for their possessions, except for St. Benet, which he spared because the abbot and his monks possessed no wealth, and lived like simple beggars, disposing the incumbent Bishop of Norwich and seating the abbot in his place, thus the dual title still held to this day.
See American Sign Language family for an incomplete list of ASL varieties used outside North America.
: See the terminology section below for information regarding inconsistent use of the terms assembly and assembler.
See the United Nations website for full text on " Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts Against the Safety of Civil Aviation ".
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See for instance: Marc Furstenau and Leslie MacAvoy, “ Terrence Malick's Heideggerian Cinema: War and the Question of Being in The Thin Red Line ” In The cinema of Terrence Malick: Poetic visions of America, 2nd ed.
( See for instance Other noteworthy early pioneers include Richard Friedberg, George Friedman, and Michael Conrad.
See, for instance, position expressed by European Parliament, which condemned " the fact that the occupation of these formerly independent and neutral States by the Soviet Union occurred in 1940 following the Molotov / Ribbentrop pact, and continues.
See for instance the articles on " Essence ", pg. 97 ; " Quiddity ", pg. 262 ; " Form ", pg. 110 ; " Hylomorphism ", pg. 133 ; " Individuation ", pg. 145 ; and " Matter ", pg. 191.
This play and Ben Jonson's play The Alchemist ( 1610 ) are typically cited as the first usage of the word in publication .< ref > See, for instance,
See for instance Graham's number which is too large to express using exponentiation or super exponentiation.
Lindzen's work on ozone photochemistry has been important in studies that look at the effects that anthropogenic ozone depletion will have on climate .< ref > See for instance the widely cited study The Lindzen and Blake formalism is used in the parameterization of radiative-photochemical damping ( see Appendix A ).</ ref >
For instance, the remains of stone Buddhist monasteries have been found at Almalik and at Kyzyl-Kent ( See image to the right ).
Any decision taken by the bishop, however, may be appealed by hierarchical recourse to the competent instance of the Holy See which, in this case, is the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments.
In the case where the appeal is from a first instance decision of the metropolitan's own tribunal, the appeal is taken to a court which the metropolitan designated with approval of the Holy See, usually another nearby metropolitan, thus ensuring that appeals from one diocese are never heard by the same diocese.
The appealing party does not need to appeal to the metropolitan ; the party can instead appeal to the Holy See, in which case the Roman Rota would hear the case in the second instance.
More generally however, when maximum likelihood estimation does not coincide with minimum chi-squared estimation, the distribution will lie somewhere between a chi-squared distribution with and degrees of freedom ( See for instance Chernoff and Lehmann, 1954 ).
See for instance the approximate numerical method for minimal surfaces form finding at Stretched grid method.
See, for instance, the 1983 book The Great Mental Calculators, whose introduction was written by Hans Eberstark.
* The letters a, e, o may be doubled in a few words, for instance Saat (' seed '), See (' sea '/' lake '), Moor (' moor ').