This Comment theorizes that provisions that guide interpreters' reading of codification information embody a "codifier
's canon": an interpretive principle that judges should heed caption and placement in the Code where they reflect the choices of Congress, but not where they are introduced by nonlegislative codifiers
June 7, 1806, to appoint two codifiers
(James Brown and Louis Moreau
16) Wechsler had a thoroughly utilitarian view of criminal law and worked within a tradition of utilitarian codifiers
, including Bentham, the English Criminal Law Commission of the 1830s, Thomas Macaulay's colonial Indian Penal Code of 1860, and James F.
of accounting standards have considered criteria for the information quality, among which is observing conservatism.
Detection of rrgC and srtC-3 codifiers
of pilus 1 type and its distribution in Streptococcus pneumoniae strains resistant to antimicrobials isolated from children with invasive disease in Lima, Peru.
The correct one is that it is permissible, because the madhhabs don't die with the death of their codifiers
, and this is why, after their time, they are still relied on in matters of consensus and difference of opinion, and because the death of a witness before the verdict has been given does not prevent the verdict from being based on his testimony, as opposed to his iniquity.
Calvin is but one of the codifiers
of the second generation of Reformation theologians "whose thought was not always appropriated directly into the theologies of later generations of Reformed exegetes, theologians, and pastors" (10).
By returning halakah to the stage of Oral Law, opinions cited in the Talmud that are rejected by the codifiers
can now be applied to help solve current halakic problems.
79) Although Section 5510 largely followed the language of its sources, the codifiers
changed the phrase "on account of such person being an alien" (80) to "on account of such an inhabitant being an alien," tracking the use of "inhabitant" earlier in the same section.
130) Australian codifiers
are not faced with reconciling so many different legal systems.
His commandments are not things he approves of, and they point toward what he sees as American Jewry's lax attitude toward the rules and codifiers
that have made Judaism distinctive for a few millenniums running.
Given that the Torah and later Jewish law works like the Mishnah, Talmud, and such codifiers
as Maimonides necessarily predated the mass media age, it is necessary, in determining the "Jewish view of the Internet," to locate points of overlap between Judaism and mass media behavior in general and the Internet in particular.