SG] as the class of sui generis
normative properties, Leary's proposal entails:
The Court maintained on numerous occasions that Aboriginal rights are sui generis
and cannot be defined on the same basis as other rights.
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The concept of sui generis
territory may be fitting for some places (like Antarctica) .
From the 1950s, plant-breeders moved for a sui generis
protection for their developments 'on the grounds that patent protection was not suitable' (2).
Such jurisprudence is sui generis
in that it emerged from an independent thought process when compared with the mainstream of Anglo-American legal philosophy.
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In planning legislation, casino is in the sui generis
This special issue of Interim collects sui generis
work to pose questions and positions relevant to the on going interactions of human beings and what we call the natural world.
Scholars of literature in general and drama in particular counter the view that towering British playwright Harold Pinter (1930-2008) represented a sui generis
, by showing how particular plays, and his body of work as a whole, fit in the dramatic tradition and contemporary scene of English language.
At its heart is the simple question: can politics (and politicians) be judged by the same moral standards that apply to individuals or is politics sui generis
with its own rules and norms?
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