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Synonyms for residency

the act of dwelling in a place

the position of physician who is receiving special training in a hospital (usually after completing an internship)

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The agency said that protecting the public from genuine threats to security and safeguarding fundamental rights involved a delicate balance, and had become a particularly complex challenge in recent years.
PESHAWAR -- Like other parts of the world, Right to Play Friday celebrated the Universal Children's Day 2015 that all Children have their fundamental rights, which hold society responsible to make sure children's rights are respected, protected and fulfilled.
Through establishment of military courts fundamental rights have been restricted and right to fair trial has also not been given , therefore court should review its decision.
The purpose of the contract is the provision to the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) of data collection and research services on fundamental rights issues covering the national level of lot 26 Sweden.
In a reprieve to many, the apex court which had reserved judgment in the case in February this year, said Monday that no religion is allowed to curb anyone's fundamental rights.
Peshawar High Court in its judgment in April last year also advised suitable measures to enable the people of FATA invoke jurisdiction of the PHC or the SC in case of infringement of their fundamental rights.
The foundation's report, titled "Honorable People of Turkey: Dignity as a Fundamental Right in the Constitution," states that the prospective constitution should treat basic rights as more important than other rights.
During his meeting with Turkey's Constitutional Court President Hasim Kilic, Fuele commended him for safeguarding fundamental rights by cancelling the decisions to ban Youtube and Twitter.
The regulation of fundamental rights, including the right to bear arms, is at issue in guardianship proceedings as the court is required to make determinations about the retention of fundamental rights by parties lacking capacity.
Political scholars and practitioners place the quest for fundamental rights and more generally for European political identity in the context of today's struggle to define and steer the European Union.
EU accession to the Convention on Human Rights will strengthen the partnership between European Union and the Council of Europe as it will enhance the credibility of the strong commitment of the EU to fundamental rights.
Egypt's new constitution sets out a number of fundamental rights for all Egyptians.
Islamabad -- A Two day federal workshop on research, teaching and training for Fundamental Rights concluded here at local hotel of Islamabad.
The subject of the contract is to provide the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) with data collection and research services on fundamental rights issues.
Nevertheless, it seems possible that he thought civil rights were fundamental rights.
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