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What is clear from the aforegoing is that within the postcolonial geography, there are anxieties over the place of the nation-state in an age that is increasingly defined and influenced by the dynamics of migration and migrancy.
Be it remembered that on the 1st day of September in the year of our Lord 1748 David Hart executor of the Testament and last Will of Isaac Levy deceased appeared before me Goldsbrow Banyar and made an oath on the Five Books of Moses that the aforegoing Writing Contains a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the goods chattels and Credits of the said Isaac Levy as far as hath come into his Hands Possessions or Knowledge or into the Hands or Possession of any Person or Persons in Trust for him.
In the aforegoing discussion, fiscal sustainability has been expressed in terms of the size of public debt, solvency, and so on.
2) The religious status prevailing in certain parts of the state is not contrary to the provisions of the aforegoing paragraph.
The aforegoing incomplete sample of systems theoretical publications related to autopoiesis clearly shows that, even in its own field of origin, elaborations and applications of autopoiesis use broad interpretations of the original model, the validity and the accuracy of which is contested by the original authors.