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INTERNATIONAL. That which pertains to intercourse between nations. International law is that which regulates the intercourse between, or the relative rights of nations.

LAW, INTERNATIONAL. The law of nature applied to the affairs of nations, commonly called the law of nations, jus gentium; is also called by some modern authors international law. Toullier, Droit Francais, tit. rel. Sec. 12. Mann. Comm. 1; Bentham. on Morals, &c., 260, 262; Wheat. on Int. Law; Foelix, Du Droit Intern. Prive, n. 1.

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Internationality in American Fiction: Henry James, William Dean Howells, William Faulkner, Toni Morrison.
For over 160 years, Siemens has stood for technological excellence, innovation, quality, reliability and internationality.
This is just one more example of the idiosyncrasies of Swiss political life: a situation that reflects the paradoxical nature of the nation itself--the globalised country, so heavily reliant on the wider world; yet also one that has to contend with the fears and mistrust such internationality seems to produce among its citizens.
Internationality of academic journals: A case study with RELIEVE.
The new exhibitor nations are Albania, Congo, Macao, the Philippines and Vietnam, and they have contributed to the higher level of internationality at the worlds biggest trade fair for the workshop and parts sector.
Anstee said Britain is an attractive place to manage assets, citing what he termed as its internationality, fair and simple tax system, and transparent and innovative management expertise, adding, ''I would suggest the U.
He proved the internationality of the prize in both name and act, citing that translators from different countries and nationalities won the prize and that more than 190 representatives from all parts of the world and nearly 800 invitees attended the ceremony.
And, if the internationality of the show isn't enough of a draw in itself, then there is a full programme of educational features to keep visitors up to date with the very latest products, regulations, research and more.
That is now changing, as it further embraces internationality and the "Delicious World" of tasty food specialties from around the globe.
Speaking to The Middle East, Gianni van Daalen, the charismatic regional president (Europe) for the luxury Kempinski Hotel Group and general manager of the prominent Hotel Baltschug Kempinski, which overlooks Moscow's magnificent Kremlin, St Basil's Cathedral and Red Square, confirmed the shift and pointed out why discerning Arab travellers might feel at home in Russia and particularly in the classically elegant hotel that has attracted internationality royalty, past US presidents, including Bill Clinton, top-flight entertainers from the world of film, theatre and music--from world-renowned opera stars to pop singer Elton John--as well as international sportsmen, including the entire German football team.
The course is funded by every Rotarian in the world and 14 specially selected tutors from Australia, Bangladesh, Greece, India, Japan, Kenya, South Africa, Britain and the USA will ensure a learning of true internationality.
The internationality in these usual HR-functions results from different types of employees (host-, parent- and third-country-nationals) as well as from the high variety of relevant markets and cultures.