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Verba

[Latin, Words.] A term used in many legal maxims, including verba sunt indices animi, which means "words are the indicators of the mind or thought"; and verba accipienda ut sortiantur effectum, or "words are to be taken so that they may have some effect."

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Recognizing the fundamental role of legal professionals and lawyers in strengthening the rule of law in the country, I believe that ensuring high-quality legal education in law schools is an investment in youth, as quality education in this sphere remains an essential precondition for the further democratic development of Ukraine, said Vaidotas Verba, the OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine.
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This will mark a first-time collaboration between the Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School and Robert Morris University, and will feature choreography by Lincoln Park veteran Jennifer Verba.
The air defense system in Moscow region was also enhanced by the commissioning of the S-400 missile system, he said, adding that the ground forces received in the last four months 66 missile batteries of the new Verba type, 64 drones and S-300 missiles.
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TD Bank's commitment to diversity is the fibre of our being and culture,' said Linda Verba, chair of the Diversity Leadership Team at TD Bank.
The second cantata, Canticum poeticum de Adalberto sancto ad verba libri missalis, K.
Though in practice, as many scholars have observed, verba had a tendency to overtake res in articulations of rhetorical art.
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For instance, as Sidney Verba and his associates argue in their seminal study of political participation in seven nations, "everything else being equal, those individuals who possess greater motivation (i.
Literature indicates that civic engagement is primarily determined by feelings of acceptance and belonging within a group (Putnam, 2000; Verba et al.
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