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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the part of the property of a Scottish burgh, in the form of land or funds, that is at the disposal of the community
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Noun1.common good - the good of a community
good - benefit; "for your own good"; "what's the good of worrying?"
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Benjoh and Muiri are asking the second highest court in the land to re-open, review and set aside its two impugned judgements or in the alternative certify its case as a matter of general public interest and refer it to the Supreme Court for determination.
Else, those shall be removed by the district administration Hyderabad in order to save precious lives of the people from accidents in general public interest,' the letter warned.
General Public Interest Duty of Individual Professional Accountants
That means, importantly, that the prosecution is required to act in the general public interest, but independently as a 'minister of justice'.
Privatimus focuses on an exclusive group of high-profile clientele exposed in public due to their professional activities, family history and wealth, or because of general public interest.
Mind you the facts are this: the BBC have lost the rights to show so many programmes of general public interest recently.
KARACHI -- Football is the world's most popular sport however, in Pakistan cricket beats it when it comes to general public interest especially for the local players and the domestic league.
General public interest in particular political contests was based on the relative number of Google web searches (Ripberger, 2011) originating in Maryland around the time of the election.
The ECJ said the rights of people whose privacy has been infringed outweighed the general public interest.
The deletion of Clause 18 of the implementation agreement and its substitution by a vague and meaningless clause was at the behest of JJVL and for the benefit of JJVL and its lenders at the expense of the general public interest," says the judgment.
Parliaments are places for characters who can give as good as they get, in the general public interest, and then shake hands and have a laugh about it afterwards.
There is a need to consider the general public interest, not just the needs of the public in Lanarkshire.

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