de jure


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legally

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by right

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by law

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He said that people who have been in the north for a year or more are counted in the de jure population.
The limitation of this research in terms of de jure harmonisation is the scope tested for harmonisation.
Meanwhile, on Monday, the independence vote took place in Iraq's autonomous region of Kurdistan as well as in the disputed areas de jure controlled by Baghdad but under de facto control of Kurdish authorities.
13 -- "The result of de jure residential segregation has to include not only how public policy geographically separated African Americans (the minority Blacks) from whites but also how federal and state labor market policies, with undisguised racial intent, depressed African American wages.
The generalized method of moments (GMM) system technique is applied using different de facto and de jure measures of capital account openness.
This example of consensual acting and respecting the will of the two biggest nations in the country should be de jure anticipated in the election of the Government and adoption of the budget, announced Ademi.
Immigration detention practices across the globe, whether de jure or de facto, put children at risk of cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment and punishment."
The new CBMs include a proposal to restore the 2003 ceasefire agreement between the two archrivals along their de facto and de jure borders where sporadic outbreak of hostilities have bedevilled their relations in recent months.
Numa das traducoes mais consagradas do De Jure Belli ac Pacis para o frances, o tradutor Jean Barbeyrac redige um prefacio repleto de lisonjas.
We are completing de jure the creation of the largest market in the Eurasian space," the Belarusian leader said.
The Sixth Committee has universal membership, that is, all member states of the United Nations are de jure members of the Sixth committee.
The Concordia and De jure et justititia (that is, his two most famous works) receive the greatest attention in the contributed chapters, which are organized into sections on: "Freedom of Will and God's Providence," "A Rights-Based Theory of Law," and "Molina's Medieval Sources and the Following Debates in Modern Times."
De jure and de facto are two different things but the realpolitik has already happened in Crimea," he told journalists in Brussels ahead of a meeting of EU foreign ministers.