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direct applicability

the doctrine in the law of the European Union that states that a measure that has this character does not require to be implemented in a member state. Not only that, but the domestic authorities cannot interfere with its applicability as by passing local legislation. This doctrine is thus part and parcel of the notion of the supremacy of Community law over national law. The most common instance is the REGULATION. Direct applicability should be distinguished from DIRECT EFFECT.
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Anthropogenic SOA contributes strongly to air quality deterioration as well and therefore our results will find direct applicability also in this extremely important field.
We are fortunate to have a responsive community who takes pride in reviewing a wide range of papers even when the papers do not always have direct applicability to gas turbine products.
The author's contributions across the spectrum of airpower application inform his choice of thoughts and remarks for inclusion in this book, giving them direct applicability to today's war fighter--whether as essential background reading for the development of briefings and white papers or as primary reference material for the formulation of strategic plans.
AYVF chief executive Lisa LaBonte said, "As we move into year two of our Nasa internships, all of the mission work undertaken by our UAE interns at Nasa will have direct applicability to research and development occurring in the UAE.
The findings have direct applicability to chain drug retailers' ongoing efforts to harness communications technology to enhance and expand their business.
After presenting shortly the problems specific to dissimilar joints and the possible joining techniques, with direct applicability on different base materials, the paper insists on the case study related to the CMT (Cold Metal Transfer) joining.
The model being presented by the council has direct applicability to other renal programs and communities and offers solid and tested processes for making such an effort transferable to other renal programs.
This is probably the part of the book with the least direct applicability to ESL contexts, although the theoretical basis behind it remains pertinent: an emphasis on the Goldilocks words: those that are not too frequent, and not too rare, but just right.
The text includes two real-life dataset applications in examples throughout the book, a chapter with two extended case studies to demonstrate the direct applicability of the material, and a chapter on modeling extensions, illustrating more advanced regression techniques.
Simplified in this way, their findings would also have more direct applicability outside the context of American history.
This machine technology has direct applicability to both military and civilian hybrid electric vehicle applications as an ISG and/or traction motor, and represents a technology advancement compared to the Toyota Prius electric machine technology," said SatCon.

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