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
This word is composed of JUS
and DICTIO, juris dictio or a speaking and pronouncing of the law.
cogens, latin meaning of which is Compelling law" that must be followed by all countries,2 is a peremptory rule of International Law which overrides any rule or agreement that is in conflict with it.
ml good quality 0ml red wine/the partridge one the damsons.
The generous bed of creamy orzo was surrounded by a deep red chorizo jus
, small chunks of meat floating in the rich gravy.
Une autre formule : employer le jus
de concombre melange au jus
de citron afin d'obtenir une couleur de la peau plus claire.
The tendency is therefore to evaluate forces short of war through the lens of jus
law and private international law (also known as jus
To cook sauce remove fat from frying pan, add lamb jus
, bring to boil, reduce, season, skin and strain.
A deep tension exists between sovereign immunity and the contemporary jus
Written by Jus
Riddick, Robert Filios, Joe Regelbrugge, Matt Chester
To serve: Slice stuffed tenderloin tail and place in middle of plate with aus jus