marriage and family holds that the pre-political, jural
Thus the normative role of kinship relations, along with the mitigating effect of local context on the stabilising influence of the social structure and the jural
nature of groups within the moiety system, emerges as a fundamental aspect of the precolonial central Murray riverine society that remained intact during the period of first contact.
they just think that it is a bad idea for the judiciary to protect unenumerated rights or forjudges to employ natural law as a jural
Nuestro analisis plantea una critica al modelo de parentesco jural
, basado en la teoria de linajes, propio del estructural-funcionalismo britanico cuyo paradigma ha ido decayendo en la antropologia de los roma y en las etnografias sobre los gitanos en particular.
The differentiation between "handicap" and "disability" on jural
and Gideon Parchomovsky explain, the jural
meaning is the
Crain's description of the Lun Dayeh applies to the Kelabit where individuals have jural
status within the longhouse as members of its constituent domestic families.
situation undergoes a radical change vis-a-vis their
opposites were: rights and no-rights; privilege and duty; power and disability; immunity and liability.
Nineteen pomegranate cultivars (Araktha, Alandi, Ganesh, GUT-C-Shah rose pink, G-137, JAlore seedless, Jodhpur red, Jural
anar, Jyothi, Kabuli, Kaladgi local, Kandaar, Kesar, Mridula, Muskot, RCR, Ruby, Sppen dahedar, Yeronad) were selected from glass house of Department of Plant Pathology, College of Agriculture, University of Agricultural Sciences Dharwad and detached leaf inoculation technique was used for screening under artificial inoculation (Tuite, 1969).
While her decision did not respond directly to the request for summary judgment, Judge Huff explained that the purpose for such a suit is to "quiet or stabilize an uncertain or disputed jural
relation either as to present or prospective obligations.
He indeed "places at the core of the economy the concept of ownership, which, long before being applied to the jural
ownership of the external goods, he discovers in the property or self-possession that the person has over his or her own nature" (89).