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Passim

[Latin, Everywhere.] A term frequently used to indicate a general reference to a book or legal authority.

passim

‘here and there’.
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15) John Rawls, El derecho de gentes; y una revision de la idea de razon publica, Paidos, Barcelona, 2001, passim.
the fate of foreigners in APPLEBAUM, Anne: Gulag: A History, NY, Doubleday, 2003, passim.
Vease tambien Roberto Marin Guzman, Sociedad, politica y protesta popular en la Espana musulmana, San Jose, Editorial de la Universidad de Costa Rica, 2006, passim, en especial pp.
El trienio constitucional, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, Madrid, 1973, passim; Carcel Orti, Vicente, Politica eclesial de los gobiernos liberales espanoles (1830-1840), Eunsa, Pamplona, 1975, passim.
799, 831-34 (2008) [hereinafter Barrow, Coercion and Copyright]; Phillips, supra note 4 passim (describing the longstanding prohibition on copyrighting obscene and/or immoral works); Kurt L.
See Ahmed El-Ashker and Rodney Wilson, Islamic Economics: A Short History (Leiden: Brill, 2006), 169-204 passim.
Emmanuel Etkes, The Gaon of Viln--the Man and His Image (Berkeley, California, 2002), passim.
RABANO MAURO, De universo, PL 111, 417 A; ALANUS DE INSULIS, Theologica regulae, PL 210, 666 C; passim.
14) Gilles Deleuze et Felix Guattari (1980): Mille Plateax, Minuit, Paris, passim
12) See Kathleen Tillotson, Novels of the Eighteen Forties, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1954, passim.
Van Woodward, The Strange Career of Jim Crow: A Commemorative Edition (New York: Oxford University Press, 2002), 7, passim.
Rem Koolhaas, Delirious New York (New York: Oxford University Press, 1978), 46 and passim.