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legally

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by right

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by law

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However, the senator lauded the SC decision of not insisting that the president and prime minister take a fresh oath from a dejure chief justice.
Dejure and defecto discrimination are relics of the pre-civil rights era.
17) Although a step in the right direction, rules governing applications for protection from torture or similar abuse had the effect of halting security certificate proceedings and could not be made once a certificate had been found to be reasonable, (18) a strange provision considering that the risk of named persons' being exposed to human rights abuses increases after being labelled a dejure security threat.
c) Tests the null hypothesis: banks with a dejure full guarantee react no differently to monetary policy than banks with a partial guarantee.
This is because what has been observed is that 'joining civil society club' and forming civil society bocks just to fulfill vested petty interests has become a norm dejure.
Therefore, the dejure classification of exchange rate regimes reported by the IMF is unsatisfactory.
The road to Hell is paved with good intentions, and to spend pounds 55m of what is de facto, if not dejure, public money "in good faith" must be the ultimate good intention.
However, there is a more plausible explanation for the renewed popularity of natural law arguments in Mornay's Vindiciae, and for the popularity of those arguments in other resistance texts inside Britain: John Ponet's lucidly argued A shorte treatise of politike power (1556) and Geo rge Buchanan's influential Dejure regni apud Scotos (1579).
While the immediate impact of the ruling was to prohibit dejure school segregation, Brown breat hed life into the political struggle that, against all political odds, brought about a revolution in public policy, affecting every branch of government at the federal, state, and local levels.
The risk of such actual or perceived damage is often a popular justification for explicit or implicit government-provided or -sponsored safety nets, including explicit deposit insurance and implicit government guarantees, such as "too big to fail" (TBTF), that may protect dejure uninsured depositors and possibly other bank stakeholders against some or all of the loss.
These forces combined with political, ideological, economic, and other dynamics produced the dejure mental health policy of the deinstitutionalization of psychiatric patients in the United States.