de jure


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legally

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by right

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by law

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In specific terms, with or without de jure independence, the Israeli apartheid state--the wall, the permanent barriers, the checkpoints, the colonies, the annexations, the separate roads--will remain intact.
basis on which the Court invalidated de jure segregation in public
First, the Federal Reserve, considered to be one of the world's more de jure independent central banks, played a key causative role in the Great Inflation from 1965 to 1985.
Drawing again on constitutional jurisprudence outside of Aboriginal law, and in particular the Manitoba Language Rights Reference, (16) Hoehn highlights how de facto authority supports the rule of law and convincingly demonstrates how, in a sovereignty paradigm, the de facto doctrine might be "enlarged" in connection with the doctrine of necessity to support the continuing governance authority of the Crown in the absence of reconciliation and de jure Crown authority.
Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) countries stand out in international comparisons of de jure obstacles to female employment and entrepreneurship.
Second, others such as Pollard (1993) are less critical but nonetheless advise caution in interpreting the results because much of the literature focuses on de jure rather than de facto measures of independence; there are differences in the independence ranking of a few central banks, especially the Bank of Japan; and, like Posen (1998), there is a question as to the direction of causation implied by the correlations between central bank independence and inflation.
de jure imperii] and would be open to order the enforcement in the first of the two cases.
It represented the long-awaited de jure recognition of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania by the USA, a decision which the government passed on 25 July 1922.
The final decision on the Greek question will only be accepted on December 13, but not everyone is interested in the de jure and de facto.
We lawyers call it de jure, as opposed to de facto, as it may have been before 1997.
We lawyers call it de jure as opposed to de facto, as it may have been before 1997.
However, women frequently have the de jure rights to inherit, but in practice these rights are not upheld.
The commission ruled, however, that Ryanair could not be forced to sell its stake, since Ryanair did not have de facto or de jure control of Aer Lingus.
De facto comme de jure, il revient donc au Nejm de Marrakech, equipe de 2eme division amateur, de presider, haut la main, au destinees du football au palier de la wilaya de Marrakech Tensift El Haouz, des regions d'El Kelaa des S'raghna, de Ouarzazate, de Tinghir et d'Essaouira.
In Part II, I explore how the Court has sometimes used de facto segregation as evidence of de jure discrimination in school districts that had been (but were no longer) segregated by law.