n.1.A setting out; a going forward; advance; progression.
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On child profection, see Marlee Kline, "Complicating the Ideology of Motherhood: Child Welfare Law and First Nation Women" (1993) 18 Queen's LJ 306 [Kline, "Complicating the Ideology of Motherhood"].
Because by long usage they carry a presumtion of their origination and profection (f) (12) at first from the Just legislative authority of him or them that at first had it.
Milanese architect and designer Matteo Thun designed Profection, a new cutlery line that melds the classic values of a Henckeis knife with new technology.