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The laughable results were revealed yesterday in a survey of 500 people by Encylopaedia Britannica.
Derived from the multi-volume International Encylopaedia of Laws, this monograph by Kryvoi (a lawyer with the dispute resolution department of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in London, UK) describes the organization and activities of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes, a constituent organization of the World Bank Group that provides facilities for the arbitration for disputes between member countries and individual investors.
He's the walking, talking encylopaedia of Italian cookery (he'll tell you that himself), but don't call him a celebrity chef.
That approach might be all very well for people with years of experience, whose heads are already an encylopaedia of plants.
AN ancient encylopaedia with all its facts wrong could make almost pounds 1million at auction.
It was like ploughing through an awesome wine encylopaedia but we eventually plumped for a Riesling, expensive by our standards at pounds 33, but you could hardly ask for the house white.
Derived from the multivolume International Encylopaedia of Laws, this volume is an analytical introduction to contract law in the United States.