fundamental law

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law determining the fundamental political principles of a government

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For example, special relativity asserts that the fundamental laws of physics remain the same when we view the world from a platform moving at constant velocity.
Out of the three Constitutions under analysis, the Croat fundamental law is the only one that makes explicit reference to secession and accession, though this option has to be understood in the wider historical civil war context of its sovereignty and self-determination right gain.
The emphasis in on fairly detailed derivations based on the fundamental laws of physics and interpretation of the resulting formulas.
The draft constitution, which results "long dealings and intense legal reflection", guarantees fundamental laws such as the respect of private life and the right to a fair trial.
Well, it all came about thanks to a few fundamental laws of science, apparently, and Brian will be trotting around the globe to reveal how these rules kickstarted our world into existence.
Sociology is the science or study of the origin, development, organization, and functioning of human society; the science of the fundamental laws of social relations, institutions, etc.
Sen added that while it was not possible to practically apply the theory as of now, it explains fundamental laws.
Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry said the Parliament is required to give laws in accordance with Constitution for the betterment of the public at large so that laws can be made applicable and added that they cannot legislate any law repugnant to Constitution and injunctions of Islam and contrary to fundamental laws.
Presiding over a ceremony to implement the civil code, Deputy Prime Minister Sok An said, ''It is judicial history and a milestone in establishing fundamental laws for the Kingdom of Cambodia.
While the results will be highly scrutinized for potential error, if true, the finding breaks one of the most fundamental laws of physics and raises sci-fi like possibilities such as shortcuts via hidden extra dimensions.
The LHC represents one further step in the long path undertaken by humanity to understand the meaning of physical phenomena, the structure of matter, the principles of nature and the fundamental laws that govern the universe.
This work presents papers from a summer 2009 conference, ASTRONUM-2009, organized by the Center for Space Plasma and Aeronomic Research at the University of Alabama-Huntsville and the Laboratory for Research into the Fundamental Laws of the Universe at the French Commissariat of Atomic Energy.
While Dr John Reid believes the procedure should involve a review panel with no input from the match official, this would contravene one of FIFA's fundamental laws, namely the decision of the referee is final.
A London-based authority on scientific and healing disciplines, Seem Chandru Keswani has written "Nature Notes: Awakening Into Truth", the first volume of a series exploring through life experiences the fundamental laws of nature.
The next step, it seemed, would be a "theory of everything," a full accounting of nature's most fundamental laws.
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