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commonly practiced or used

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Section 5 deals with the conceptions of an independent state and an autonomous state as regarded by international public law literature and customaries regarding law interpretation, in fact questioning the IOC notion regarding Rule 31.
There is inevitably a descriptive quality to much of this monograph, in keeping with the character of the customaries Bruce analyzes.
medieval books such as customaries, ordinaries, and processionals as well as sections dealing with manuscript illuminations and the historical context of the various eras under consideration).
Roper brings into the equation customaries, ordinals, chronicles such as the Gesta abbatum of St.
His collection of microfilms is legendary, not only for its wealth of musical sources from Spain, Portugal and the New World, but for its painstakingly collected treasure of liturgical books -- breviaries, missals, processionals, customaries and the like.
The prevailing-charge files were also the source for the 50th percentile customaries in situations where a true customary fee was not present.
The participants of week-long event was enthralled by the colourful events, unique customaries and unique ways of worships of Kalash community.
Rules, institutiones, and customaries set in place relationships and hierarchies that are materially and visibly expressed through spaces and boundaries, through buildings, doors, and windows, and that are both internal and external.
Kerr discusses the problems with customaries as evidence.