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Tous les pays se rattachant a cette tradition juridique n'adoptent pas au fronton de leur code une disposition preliminaire, bien que nombreux sont ceux qui y recourent ou inserent des textes assimilables sous des vocables comme <<partie generale>>, <<disposition generale>>, <<disposition liminaire>>, ou <<disposition introductive>>(voir Bisson, supra note 147 aux pp 542-45).
The end result was that they became ghettoized and thus less assimilable, and among the Muslim immigrants the younger generation became more inward-looking and religiously more extreme, leading to fanaticism and to being anti-Western in its outlook.
Perhaps most importantly, volunteering was assimilable to the civic republican ideal, in which the citizen soldier justified his right to political participation through his defense of the polity.
As people (and things) exceed language, they are not wholly assimilable to the symbolic order.
Organic compounds are a source of assimilable carbon necessary for bacterial metabolism and proliferation and therefore serve as a bacterial food source.
Bushee wrote that "it is fortunate that [the Boston Irish] possess the characteristics which make them easily assimilable, though on the other hand our whole social system suffers from their weak personal characteristics" (152).
Cultural citizenship is thus not assimilable to the concept of nationality, assimilation or tolerance but, rather, more closely related to the notions of recognition and empowerment.
His characteristic strength is his ability to condense a complex and interlocking set of concerns into a concise and easily assimilable package:
Of the variety of existing pollutants, heavy metals have received special attention, since some of them are extremely harmful to a large variety of organisms when they exceed the limit permitted by environmental legislation and/or the quantities assimilable by these organisms (Laws 1993).
With a continuing robust intake of breastmilk (the iron content of which, although not high, is readily biologically available) or formula (which contains high levels of iron, albeit not in an as easily assimilable form) alongside the offer of a variety of solid foods, the term, healthy infant is not at risk of iron deficiency.
By contrast, he suggests that the Kenyan Asians are, in fact, assimilable because they have been "educated in English and have absorbed much of our way of life, and would be far easier to absorb.