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also Sim·men·thal  (zĭm′ən-täl′)
Any of a breed of large cattle developed in Switzerland, having a reddish body and a white face and raised in the United States primarily for meat.

[After Simmental, a valley of the Simme River in southwest-central Switzerland.]
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or Sim•men•thal

(ˈzɪm ənˌtɑl)

also Sim•men•tha•ler

(-ˌtɑ lər)

one of a large breed of cattle, yellowish brown to red and white, orig. of Switzerland, used for milk and beef.
[1905–10; after Simmental, the valley of the river Simme, Bern canton, Switzerland]
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"...Que esta prohibicion se presta perfectamente, por su misma naturaleza a producir efectos directos en las relaciones juridicas entre los Estados miembros y sus administrados...el articulo 12 debe ser interpretado en el sentido que produce efectos inmediatos y engendra derechos individuales que los organos jurisdiccionales deben salvaguardar..." (25) lo que fue reiterado y precisado quince anos despues en la sentencia Simmenthal de 1978, en la que se sostuvo que la aplicabilidad directa
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