separatum

separatum

(ˌsɛpəˈreɪtəm)
n
a reprint of an article separately from the magazine, journal, or book in which it was originally published; an offprint
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As for occupied Jerusalem, the resolution called it corpus separatum -- Latin for 'separate entity' -- to be governed by a special international regime.
Rompant le 6 dA@cembre dernier avec ce consensus international qui, en vertu du corpus separatum par lequel, en 1947 et dans le cadre du plan de partage de la Palestine, l'O.
Recordemos que con la resolucion 181 aprobada por la Asamblea General de la ONU en noviembre de 1947, la comunidad internacional legalizo la particion de la Palestina del Mandato Britanico para dar pie a dos Estados, uno judio y otro arabe, dejando a Jerusalen como un Corpus separatum, administrado por la comunidad internacional dando un plazo de 10 anos para que las partes llegaran a una solucion definitiva.
pdf&h=ATP51d0pa8FCWMWPIEZoMbbJNdMku36MoOhNXeI68K6o_hUgZ_spFJQDzdcCsi-hhrPw4Cna8UJlXRIPWC9jrWNlbRtm0jK043OK4yAjjQIguundMU8DlPokpOpF9vSPlixekYfPyUyV0QJK1fxqbDQm6kUa0vV1UYaS7P3XzHb-S2-wynjrwbxLrYzgEvkXh97wFzIY5Amy2M-7TBli4gf5QLgdu1juaboV5FACMP6ympiYDZFEuAE1IO8d) See also Jerusalem as corpus separatum and its legal implications.
En 1947, cuando la ONU aprobo el plan de particion que dio lugar meses despues a la proclamacion del Estado de Israel, recomendo que Jerusalen fuera un "corpus separatum (cuerpo separado)" y que la comunidad internacional velara por ella.
Ambassador Skoog noted that in 1947, the year before the state of Israel was established, the United Nations attributed special legal status as corpus separatum or a 'separated body' to the city, which is holy to Jews, Muslims and Christians.
When the United Nations, on November 29, 1947, gave its imprimatur to a plan to divide the occupied Palestine into two states, one Arab, one Jewish, it famously left Jerusalem Al-Quds out of the equation, intending it and its surroundings to become an internationally administered, separate territory - a corpus separatum.
It was bearing in mind Jerusalem's religious importance that the 1947 UN partition plan sought to place it under international control, with special status as a corpus separatum (separate body).
On November 29, 1947, the United Nations General Assembly adopted Resolution 181 (II) which stated, "the City of Jerusalem shall be established as a corpus separatum under a special international .
Pronounced corpus separatum in 1947 by the United Nations, the eastern side was conquered and annexed by Jordan and the Jews expelled in 1948.
Jerusalem was designated as a "corpus separatum under a special international regime," which meant that "the city would be placed under an international UN administered regime, conferring it a special status due to its shared religious importance.
21: "dicens quod posterius considerandum erit, utrum contingat intellectum nostrum non separatum a magnitudine, idest a corpore, intelligere aliquid separatorum, idest aliquam substantiam separatam.