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1. legislation.
2. legislative.
3. legislature.
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(124.) ALASKA LEGIS. AFFAIRS AGENCY, MANUAL OF LEGISLATIVE DRAFTING 10 (2007), available at http://w3.1egis.state.ak.us/docs/pdf/DraftingManual2007.pdf.
The fund launch follows Argyll's participation in the Guernsey Finance presence at the Fund Forum Middle East conference in Bahrain last year at which Legis and the fund's legal advisers, Ogier, were also present.
Dr Pierre-Roger Preussler, left, of Merano, Italy, the chairman of Ars Legi, is welcomed to the Burlington Hotel by Paul Bennett and Amanda Elwell, of George Green LLP.
Health Legis. 36, 36 (1996); Svensk forfattningssamling, 1991: 1956 (30 Dec.
Our Congress and the Library of Congress generate two computer databases called LEGIS and SCORPIO, respectively.
Answers: a) tandem, b) LEGIS system, c) Adam Osborne, d) lexical analysis, e) Ada, f) committing computer crimes, and g) Nothing.
In 1991, the fatal hazing of law school freshman Lenny Villa at the hands of members of the Ateneo law school's Aquila Legis fraternity led to the passage of what was supposed to be an anti-hazing law.
Southampton Supervisor Jay Schneiderman and Suffolk County Legis. Bridget Fleming caught the 8:26 a.m.
This new 'verba legis' interpretation, in my humble view, has enabled the rich, the powerful and the dynasties to corner the party-list as an easier and cheaper backdoor to Congress.
She considers whether reinterpretation, reformulation, or replacement of Article 53 [umlaut] of the European Patent Convention is viable and advisable, looking at the ratio legis of the medical methods exception, whether alternative legal mechanisms could be a viable solution, how the norm performs its function, and what the traditional and emerging interpretive challenges are.