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jus

(dʒʌs)
n, pl jura (ˈdʒʊərə)
1. (Law) a right, power, or authority
2. (Law) law in the abstract or as a system, as distinguished from specific enactments
[Latin: law]

jus

(ʒuː; French ʒy)
n
(Cookery) a sauce
[French: literally, juice]

jus

(dʒʌs, yus)

n., pl. ju•ra (ˈdʒʊər ə, ˈyʊər ə)
1. a legal right.
2. law as a system or in the abstract.
[< Latin jūs law, right]

jus

The French term for the juice from roasting meat.
References in classic literature ?
Their manner was to grant naturalization (which they called jus civitatis), and to grant it in the highest degree; that is, not only jus commercii, jus connubii, jus haereditatis; but also jus suffragii, and jus honorum.
This word is composed of JUS and DICTIO, juris dictio or a speaking and pronouncing of the law.
Has the prohibition of terrorism become a peremptory norm of general international law (jus cogens), asks de Beer, a norm accepted and recognized by the international community of states as a norm from which no derogation is permitted.
The glazed pork belly was over-done and I couldn't even finish the top layer as it was too chewy, and the jus was nowhere to be seen.
Beef - while finally reducing the stock or beef jus, add olive oil to a medium to hot pan and start to sear the rump of beef, if you ensure the steak itself is dry, this will promote more caramelisation and therefore more flavour.
Dubik identifies five jus in bello war-waging principles: continuous dialogue between military and civilian leaders; final decision authority, which rests with civilians; managerial competence in carrying out policies; maintaining legitimacy, which he identifies as a function of both a righteous cause and the probability of success; and resignation as an option for military officers under certain conditions.
La taxe serait de 15 DH au lieu de 10 DH l'hectolitre pour les eaux gazeuses ou non gazeuses, eaux minerales, eaux de table ou autres, aromatisees par addition de 10% ou plus de jus de fruits comestibles ou de son equivalent en jus concentre.
Sociologist John Skrentny theorized that jus soli is strongest in the Western Hemisphere because of the region's colonial history.
The five principles laid out--continuous dialogue, final decision authority, managerial competence, war legitimacy, and resignation--presuppose the classic benchmarks of proportionality and discrimination in jus in bello, but these additional five strategic components fill in the gap of what is tragically lacking in the standard just war formulation.
By contrast, there is reason to believe that Kiobel and RJR Nabisco do not preclude a foreign-cubed claim from being brought under the ATS, if that claim alleges direct liability (21) for a jus cogens violation against a natural person, as these cases do not concern a claim of this kind (22) and do not, in any meaningful way, speak to a claim with this structure.
Sobre esta perspectiva, o debate tradicional da TGJ permite uma abordagem sobre a justica para ir a guerra (jus ad bellum) e durante a mesma (jus in bello).