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These Churches do not practice Communion with any other Orthodox jurisdictions nor do they tend to recognize each other.
These devices are illegal in many jurisdictions.
These dioceses are the result of smaller ethnic jurisdictions joining the OCA at some point in its history, usually after having broken from other bodies.
These are known as forced heirship rights and are not typically found in common-law jurisdictions, where the rules of succession without a will ( intestate succession ) play a back-up role where an individual has not ( or has not fully ) exercised his or her right to dispose of property in a will.
These were originally distinct jurisdictions with separate sheriffs, but were formed into a single county of Westmorland in 1226 / 7.
These bodies are sometimes mutually exclusive, while in other jurisdictions, the " bar " may refer to the entire community of persons engaged in the practice of law.
These may vary in many respects between countries, but a corporation's legal person status is fundamental to all jurisdictions and is conferred by statute.
These jurisdictions also usually specify that only pharmacists may supply scheduled pharmaceuticals to the public, and that pharmacists cannot form business partnerships with physicians or give them " kickback " payments.
These supposed benefits have led to an expansion of these programmes in most jurisdictions that have introduced them, aiming to increase geographical coverage, but also the availability of these services out of hours.
These forces operate across national jurisdictions but their normal responsibility is to the activities they police, i. e. the railways and the civil nuclear industry.
These 2 have been chosen because both jurisdictions have a designation for Professional Software Engineers.
These are akin to Articling positions in other jurisdictions and are the final Practical stage before being granted full admission to practice.
These jurisdictions do not form part of the United Kingdom and each has its own registration system.
These use a powerful flash, to show the rear of the vehicle, its registration plate, and calibration lines on the road ( in many jurisdictions ).
These stamps are often considerably more ornate and detailed than definitive issue stamps generated by the same jurisdictions ; as such they are greatly favored by many collectors.
These lines were in the jurisdictions that united in 1897 to found the Free Protestant Episcopal Church.
These days, there is also a greater tendency to consider decisions of important Commonwealth jurisdictions such as Australia and Canada, particularly if they take a different approach from English law.
These lectures take up themes of continuity and change in the law, particularly as they appear in the great common law jurisdictions.
These pushbuttons are called emergency stop buttons and are mandated by the electrical code in many jurisdictions for increased safety.
These are interlocutory, ex parte and in personam orders known in the English and Irish jurisdictions as Anton Piller orders.
These jurisdictions act as courts in the ordinary sense of the word in
These jurisdictions find that when property subject to specific devise is placed under contract of sale before the decedent's death, the proceeds of the sale will pass to the specific devisee.
These jurisdictions are also known as United States Asset Protection Trusts ( USAPTs ), from the point of view of the non-US settlors.
These jurisdictions also offer the additional advantages of ( i ) not being subject to the U. S. constitutional issues like the Full Faith and Credit clause ; ( ii ) using the English common-law legal system ; ( iii ) having abolished the rule against perpetuities ; and ( iv ) not allowing trusts to be pierced for child or spousal support.

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These illiterate boors conscripted from villages all across the Czarina's empire had, Suvorov may have told Lewis, just two things a commander could count on: physical fitness and personal courage.
These new poems have only a few direct references to jazz and jazz musicians, but they show changes in Patchen's approach to his poetry, for he has tried to enter into and understand the emotional attitude of the jazz musician.
These have never gone out of style in Scandinavian homes and now seem to be reappearing here and there in shops which specialize in handicrafts.
These gentlemen already have done the party harm by their seeming reluctance to vote aid for the depressed areas and by their criticism of Mr. Kennedy for talking about a recession and unemployment.
These proposals would reduce the amount of tax that DuPont stockholders might have to pay -- from an estimated 1.1 billion dollars under present law to as little as 192 million dollars.
These arrangements would have been impossible if the business community was truly interested in the welfare of its employes.
These forty-seven special purpose governments have the authority to levy taxes, to borrow money, own property, sue and be sued, and in general to exercise normal corporate powers.
These registries are sponsored by 18 national medical, dental, and veterinary societies and have as their mission the assembling of selected cases of interest to military medicine and of establishing through the mechanism of follow-up of living patients the natural history of various diseases of military-medical importance.
These thermometers have now been sent to the United Kingdom for calibration at the National Physical Laboratory.
These provisions are designed to reflect the differences in wealth and population among the States, with the objective that a vocationally handicapped person have access to needed services regardless of whether he resides in a State with a low or high per capita income or a sparsely or thickly populated State.
These could be costly and have a serious effect both at home and abroad.
These destructive forces also have a seriously adverse effect upon the watersheds and their life-supporting waterflows, and upon the other renewable forest resources.
These specialists, I learned, have done a great deal of work to improve the size and health of the plants and the resulting flowers.
These engines have a cylinder diameter of 3-7/8 inches and a stroke length of 3 inches.
`` These recent steps do not offer the possibility of extension to the great number of senior engineers who have displayed technical competence.
These have to do with property rights, municipal official attitudes and a host of others.
These vehicles, with large sensitive areas, have collected data for long enough times to give reliable impact rates for the periods of exposure.
These dosages could have been increased by increasing the source strength which was small in this case.
These have been labeled Regions 1, 2, and 4, respectively, in Fig. 1.
These drugs have no effect on the iodide concentrating mechanism, but they inhibit organification.
These groups have varied widely from mere families, primitive, totemic groups, and small modern cults and sects, to the memberships of great denominations, and great, widely dispersed world religions.
These things have been disseminated by other means, but always in the wake of extensive publication of analytic results.
These children have been described as those who were trying to say something to adults who did not understand.
These have an upper-middle-class leadership and a middle-class membership, with rare exceptions, where working-class parents are active in local P.-T.A. matters.
These must have been for local calls strictly, as in May 1900 the `` only long distance telephone '' in town was transferred from C. B. Carleton's to Young's shoe store.

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