pronunciamiento


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A pesar de ello, la discusion volvio a surgir con el pronunciamiento del caso Kunarac et al.
A traves de sus pronunciamientos, estos tribunales sentaron los precedentes en materia de tipificacion y sancion de estos crimenes.
El pronunciamiento contra esa estrecha acepcion de la nacion ha sido realizado desde diversas instancias y sirva como muestra una cita del escritor Enrique del Risco, quien insiste en que:
Esto es, se pretende obtener informacion acerca de los pronunciamientos explicitos sobre la integracion, la violencia socio-politica y la problematica internacional musulmana contenidos en los discursos de los imanes durante el tradicional rezo de los viernes, asi como sobre las conductas manifiestas mas relevantes de los fieles.
Linguists specializing in pronunciation, not to mention pronunciamientos (a Spanish hors d'oeuvre originated by Cervantes's wife and which was said by him "to make the palate feel as if it had been kicked by Sancho Panza's donkey"), tend to declare that there are only two kinds of people in the world: those who pronounce the word Caribbean [special font needed] and those who pronounce it [special font needed].
3 ("El Comite dispondra de un plazo de cuarenta y cinco (45) dias contados a partir de la notificacion oficial del pronunciamientos de los organo internacional de que se trate para emitir el concepto correspondiente.
3) In explaining the performance of southern Californians in their military dealings with the territory's northern communities, Bancroft wrote that the surenos were "destined to defeat, for Santa Barbara when not hostile was lukewarm, San Diego if eloquent was not warlike, and the arribeno leaders, instead of being annihilated by the patriotic plans and pronunciamientos of their opponents, showed an alarming tendency to use actual force in the play at war.
Kinsley recognizes that "a bunch of turgid, self-regarding pronunciamientos, full of half-hidden agendas, possibly ghostwritten though hardly by Thomas Jefferson's ghost, are not exactly the Federalist Papers.