Injuria


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In`ju´ri`a


n.1.(Law) Injury; invasion of another's rights.
References in classic literature ?
Defuncti injuria ne afficiantur was a law of the twelve tables, and De mortuis nil nisi bonum is an excellent injunction -- even if the dead in question be nothing but dead small beer.
Es dificil hacer un recuento de los errores, fracasos y ofensas proferidas por el inquilino de la Casa Blanca hacia casi todo el mundo por razones de espacio y porque siempre resulta incompleta ya que entre lo que se escribe un articulo y se publica, el mismo ya quedo desactualizado porque el senor Trump ya habra hecho algun acto, declaracion o al menos usado su Twitter para proferir alguna injuria u ofensa contra alguien.
Tecnicas e estrategias de melhor preservacao estrutural e funcional dos enxertos, evitando longos periodos de isquemia transitoria e injuria de reperfusao, contribuem para um melhor resultado e aumento da patencia dos enxertos levando assim, a maior sobrevida ao longo prazo (SOUZA, 2008).
En su celebre nota de 1933 sobre "El arte de injuriar", que tantas veces hemos leido, Borges cita como ultimo ejemplo la injuria mas esplendida que conozco: injuria tanto mas singular si consideramos que es el unico roce de su autor con la literatura.
The base offences most often committed against victims of hate crimes are offences relating to the physical and emotional integrity of the person, as well as offences against the property of the victims, for instance murder, attempted murder, rape, assault in all its various manifestations, robbery, housebreaking, malicious damage to property, crimen injuria and arson.
El sujeto homosexual reconoce en su propia historia, si se le pregunta, la presencia de la injuria, del insulto, de la burla, de la exclusion.
La injuria como lugar del hablante es una operacion ya conocida en los estudios queer, apropiacion de la injuria para re-significar la heterosexualizacion del vinculo social.
Yet, this principle of ex injuria jus non oritur is seemingly ignored in the uneasy relationship between the two international legal regimes most associated with war.
The doctrine of damnum absque injuria explained that some acts causing an aggrieved plaintiff would carry no remedy.
Arroyo also claimed the UCCP lacked cause of action against her on the grounds that there was damnum absque injuria (loss without injury); that the complaint was a suit against the state; and the UCCP leaders did not have any cause of action for any alleged act on her part in the performance of her official duties as President and Commander in Chief.