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a numbered reference to that part of a Parliamentary session which relates to a specified Act of Parliament, so each Act of Parliament will have a chapter number in the statute book.

CHAPTER, eccl. law. A congregation of clergymen. Such an assembly is termed capitulum, which signifies a little head it being a kind of head, not only to govern the diocese in the vacation of the bishopric, but also for other purposes. Co. Litt. 103.

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Quinn's next pair of chapters highlights the relationship between black oral traditions and gangsta rap.
The chapters in the book that emanate from those revised papers are not only thought provoking, they are thought perplexing.
The Institute's Annual Meeting of Members also saw the installation of other Institute officers and new representatives from half of TEI's 53 chapters. The meeting also presented the opportunity for the Institute to release its financial statements for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2005, which reflected revenues totalling more than $6.1 million, net revenues for the year of approximately $740,000, and net assets of more than $5.9 million.
Whitewashed Adobe's six chapters are largely dedicated to tracing how these men "appropriated, absorbed, and occasionally obliterated" (7) Mexican history and spaces in carrying out their vision for Los Angeles.
Chapters 7 and 8, "Musicians Versus Emotions I and II," are about the psychological aspect of practicing and performing.
Under her direction the committee ran the successful Careers Program with 35 accredited student chapters and over 400 students and advisors attending conference.
At the end of each of the six chapters, a brief summary of key issues addressed is presented in point form, an excellent idea for an introductory book.
The Colorado Trust, established nearly a decade ago, continues to be a great way for Departments and Chapters to turn innovation into service commitment.
And unlike the other major gay rights organizations, it is guided by the local chapters and not the national office in Washington, D.C.
The editors are top researchers in the field of bacterial cellular microbiology, and they have brought together many new investigators to write chapters in their areas of expertise.
This edition contains 20 chapters. It begins with an overview and traditional chapters on toxicology and epidemiology.
Leaders of struggling chapters should remember San Antonio, and use the resources available from IABC.