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It seems that, here too, the evolutionary development of fiduciary law and the casuistic nature of its jurisprudence have influenced the theoretical and academic examination of fiduciary duties.
45, line a), on the studied casuistic has been detected has been met in % from the patients who had involuntarily been committed in the psychiatry hospital.
Maybe that is the apparent reason for the low casuistic and probably also the reason for lack of the medication.
The chiastic structure is in place, but the absence of a chiastic symmetry here recalls and is perfectly in keeping with Kieslowski's typically casuistic resistance to a schematic and, thus, reductive formulation.
Professor Honnold here dismisses "last shot" theories as casuistic and unfair.
Certainly, the end of the Cold War, the major challenges of globalization and the progressively more visible tendencies of European Union of imposing its legal recognition within the international system have stimulated theoretical and casuistic debates regarding European negotiation.
He continued, "It is neither judicial nor casuistic, but primarily judicial-historical," noting that the work continued along lines established by mission theoreticians and colonial lawyers of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The research project is casuistic and exploratory type.
quindianumwere near the egg-masses, not allow us to assert if this is their egg parental care, and for this reason, additional observations are needed to determine whether such behavior was casuistic, or otherwise corresponds to a conserved pattern.
In the case of Greece, the Fund's lending policies were changed in a casuistic way to accommodate European interests," said Paulo Nogueira Batista, the representative of Brazil and 10 other countries.
Whereas, in the Essayes, Donne cannot even think of beginning without calling upon Augustine as his auctor, by contrast Donne seeks to refute Augustinian precedent as he considers ends in Biathanatos, his casuistic argument justifying suicide.
To the extent that they did, moralists were no longer theologians reflecting on the questions facing the contemporary world, questions that were routinely addressed from the 16th to the 19th centuries in the casuistic and moral manuals.