curat

curat

(ˈkjuːrət)
n
1. (Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) another word for cuirass
2. (Zoology) another word for cuirass
3. (Nautical Terms) another word for cuirass
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intervention (de minimis non curat lex), (91) that there would be a wide
The de minimis use doctrine applies the legal maxim of de miminis non curat lex--meaning "the law does not concern itself with trifles"--in the copyright context.
189) The legal maxim de minimis non curat lex ("The law does not concern itself with trifles") (190) supports this mediating maxim, as it is thought that interference with the trivial will actually cause more harm than it prevents.
Clement K, Viguerie N, Poitou C, Carette C, Pelloux V, Curat CA, et al.
Celle-ci rejeta son action selon le motif que Monsieur Delorme etait de bonne foi, que l'empietement etait insignifiant et que << de minimis non curat lex >> (33).
Pentru a sprijini raspandirea culturii si a educatiei in randul poporului, in special a taranilor, "pentru intarirea si inaltarea simtamantului lor de oameni si de Romani, de a limpezi intr-insii ideea de drept si de datorie, de a-i pune in stare sa deslege problemele de care se izbesc in calea vietii lor, in fine pentru a le deschide sufletul pentru frumos si adevar" (64), Haret a infiintat primele biblioteci populare pe langa scolile primare din sate, "inzestrate cu scrierile cele mai alese si cu o limba curat romaneasca" (65).
Curat CA, Wegner V, Sengenes C, Miranville A, Tonus C, Busse R, Bouloumie A.
Moreover, with ever increasing force, civil society is demanding a more direct form of democracy, one that is concerned with taking real action in response to a host of smaller issues: de minimis non curat res publica.
When they dissed his short stature He replied with sweet rapture De minimus non curat lex.
214, 231 (1992) ("[T]he venerable maxim de minimis non curat lex ('the law cares not for trifles') is part of the established background of legal principles against which all enactments are adopted, and which all enactments (absent contrary indication) are deemed to accept.
The common law principle of de minimis non curat lex (the law is not interested in trivia) offers some guidance, and common sense should prevail.
It's a signal trait of this law that its every commandment is equal; the author of Leviticus could never say, De minimis non curat lex.