inapplicability


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irrelevance by virtue of being inapplicable to the matter at hand

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The inapplicability of the Pauli criterion reflects the breakdown of the symmetry of the particle's motion around the solenoid [11, 12].
In the 21 (s1) Century, states increasingly argue international law's inapplicability to suit their will.
(18) Students can also see by this point that section 2-206(1)(b) ought to apply to this case, even though the reasons for its supposed inapplicability are never even mentioned in the opinion.
He added that the MP who drafted the bill, Al-Shehawy, does not understand the law or technology, and this was obvious in the sort of crimes that were included in the draft and the technical inapplicability of most of the bill's clauses.
Rare exceptions to the rule of the broad inapplicability of international norms in the Middle East have included the international special tribunal to try those accused of killing the late Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, the ICC indictment of Sudanese President Omar Hassan Bashir, and some United Nations Security Council sanctions against Iran, Iraq, Hezbollah, and select others.
A few days ago, the Foreign Affairs Council of the European Union approved a document establishing the principle that "all agreements between Israel and the EU should unequivocally and explicitly indicate the inapplicability in the territories occupied by Israel in 1967".
Al-Quds reported that Palestinians welcomed the EU conclusion, in which it expressed its commitment to ensure that - in line with international law - all agreements between the State of Israel and the EU must unequivocally and explicitly indicate their inapplicability to the territories occupied by Israel in 1967.
Ashrawi added that the committeeare encouraged by the Council's decision "to ensure continued, full and effective implementation of existing EU legislation and bilateral arrangements applicable to settlements products" and to establish that any agreement with Israel must unequivocally and explicitly indicate its inapplicability to the territories occupied by Israel in 1967.
Settlement activity in East Jerusalem seriously jeopardizes the possibility of Jerusalem serving as the future capital of both States." The statement expressed the EU's commitment to ensure that - in line with international law - all agreements between Israel and the EU "must unequivocally and explicitly indicate their inapplicability to the territories occupied by Israel in 1967." The EU recalled the special significance of the holy sites, and called for upholding the status quo put in place in 1967 for the al-Haram al-Sharif in line with previous understandings and with respect to Jordan's special role.
(19) Neither Simmons nor Walls discussed the inapplicability of the FDCPA to the creditors in these cases.
He further said the NCUA should not "hide behind a legal opinion regarding the supposed inapplicability of the APA, and disclose the OTR methodology without invoking an attorney-client or work-product privilege."
With reference to the tenements' law dated 26/06/2014, the Committee of Attorneys for the nullement of any changes or modifications in the said law, do hereby declare the inapplicability of the law without prior House of parliament and presidential reexamination and endorsement.
It was thanks to A People's History, and to that alone, that hundreds of thousands if not millions of young people made their first acquaintance with a) the extent of black participation on the Loyalist side in the Revolutionary War, b) the sheer personal wealth of Washington himself, c) Shays' Rebellion, d) the scale of cross-party opposition to the Mexican War, e) the Emancipation Proclamation's inapplicability to slaveholding behind Union lines, f) New York City's draft riots, g) Colorado's Ludlow Massacre of 1914.