ukase


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an edict of the Russian tsar

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His manipulation with his party's constitution eventual made him the Chairman Board of Trustee of the party as an Ex-President of Nigeria (Ukase, 2013; Ojakaminor, 2007; Egwu, 2005).
And the final chapter seems the product of an editor's ukase to trumpet the present Brooklyn renaissance.
like a ukase. It commands, it requires, it orders, it dictates."
WHAT IS YOUR INFORMATION REGARDING THIS NEW UKASE, WHICH IS TANTAMOUNT TO ASKING ME TO REMOVE SEVENTEEN IMMIGRANTS WHO ARE PRACTICALLY ABOARD SHIP [?] ...
Imagine Arab commercial flows settling in a stable currency unperturbed by the vagaries of adventurous American bankers or by the ukase of the US administration.
But the Court in such cases refers to reasons of the courts below; it does not issue the judgment as ukase. In addition, it is true that courts in some civil law jurisdictions offer terse reasons.
Czar Alexander I issued a ukase making hereditary family names mandatory in 1804 (30 years later, the law had to be reissued, implying that not all Jews heeded the law at first).
Freed from the chains even of rational argument, the Lawrence Court issued an ukase wrapped up in oracular riddles.").
(12) It is hard to fault Justice Kennedy for giving an accurate internationalist response to an absurd internationalist ukase offered in support of criminal prohibition.
Moreover, I doubt that Putin would be in favor of such a ukase. All Russian rulers, whether czars or commissars, have opposed the establishment of private-property rights, the prerequisite for any strong and prosperous middle class.
An early form of political mobilization in 1905 was the petition campaign that began after the February 18 ukase permitting the submission of reform proposals to the tsar "by private persons and institutions concerning improvements in the state organization and the betterment of the people's existence." (26) Clearly thrown off balance by the widespread unrest since Bloody Sunday, the tsarist regime made a serious miscalculation and effectively legalized the emerging debate on sweeping change in the country.
(63) It surely represented a better solution than Ban Johnson's ukase.