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The CCJ said it could not insist on the polls being held on any specific date for the election and instead urged all stakeholders to work within the Guyana Constitution to ensure the polls are held.
Anatomy and Physiology of the Craniocervical Junction (CCJ)
The highly acidic CCJ (pH = 2.71) decreased the pH of burger batters along with its growing content (5.87 CCJ0, 5.80 CCJ0.5, 5.78 CCJ1.0, and 5.48 CCJ1.5).
The patients who received vertebroplasty alone developed secondary instability of the CCJ, requiring OCS at 5 and 12 months, while patients who underwent OCS alone did not require any further surgical intervention.
This construction of the CCJ at the crossroads of two different developments is central for the analysis of its authority and highlights the Court's two relatively different constituencies and operational contexts.
On April 19, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) affirmed a 2013 verdict issued by the Belizean Court of Appeals that asserted that traditional land rights constitute property as defined under the Belizean Constitution.
"We are fortunate to be well supported by our 1,100 members," said Jason Prendergast, the head golf professional at CCJ.
Enfin, le REMAJE a prolonge son implication dans cette campagne au niveau national en se positionnant sur deux axes de la declaration : la loi des associations et la reconnaissance des jeunes a travers le CCJ lors des deux rencontres nationale tenues a Agadir en juin 2012 et a Sale en septembre 2012
The CT images of the cranio-cervical junction (CCJ) obtained on admission showed a large acute prepontine retroclival extradural haematoma (REH).
Given the controversy surrounding, and even resistance to, the establishment of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) asa final appellate court for several Commonwealth Caribbean territories including, in particular, Jamaica, it is expected that any treatment of law and justice at this juncture in the history of the region would embrace a discussion of the CCJ.