This word is composed of JUS
and DICTIO, juris dictio or a speaking and pronouncing of the law.
Their manner was to grant naturalization (which they called jus
civitatis), and to grant it in the highest degree; that is, not only jus
haereditatis; but also jus
suffragii, and jus
In suits alleging violations of a jus
cogens norm, however, the facts rarely, if ever, support the claim that an actual waiver arose.
opportunities of observing, to be used in cases where the jus
The authors describe how earlier thinkers in the just war tradition had considered isolated elements of postwar justice but had provided no comprehensive account, and they note how more recently jus
post bellum has been almost completely ignored.
Judge John Warner then further remanded him, Jus
, also of Chervil Rise and Bartnowski, who used to live in the same street as sthe couple, but is now of no fixed address until July 27.
This article analyzes the growing use of alleged violations of jus
in bello proportionality to make claims of disproportionate force under jus
honorarium and its offspring, the jus
gentium, formed a universal cosmopolitan law, embracing Romans and non-Citizens alike.
TASTY: Mark Farrar's braised lamb shank with redcurrant jus
Arrange on a plate with potatoes and vegetables of your choice and pour the jus
over the meat.
Major's new thickened Shellfish Jus
powder captures all the true seafood flavours of crab, shrimps, lobster and mussels and is as close as is possible to a kitchen made product.
sanguinis is a rule adhered to by the Philippines in determining the nationality of an individual.