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IBIDEM. This word is used in references, when it is intended to say that a thing is to be found in the same place, or that the reference has for its object the same thing, case, or other matter. IOU, contracts. The memorandum IOU, (I owe you), given by merchants to each other, is a mere evidence of the debt, and does not amount to a promissory note. Esp. Cas. N. A. 426; 4 Carr. & Payne, 324; 19 Eng. Com. L. Rep. 405; 1 Man. & Gran. 46; 39 E. C. L. R. 346; 1 Campb. 499; 1 Esp. R. 426; 1 Man. Gr. & So. 543; Dowl. & R. N. P. Cas. 8.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Based on these moral values the woman or wife is "the lady of the house, but also a great servant" (Idem 2003: 44) and the man or her husband is "the master of the house and also its porter" (Ibidem).
Kanth specifically refers to the concrete example of the British one in India, earlier or later in history, and rejects the inclusion of such tendencies in a theological discourse of the drive to know, progress and civilize, derisively calling it a "Deforming" instead of reforming (Kanth, 2005: 13), and as rather mirroring the "material greed" or "anthropocentric vanity" of the colonizer (ibidem: 14).
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Conforme nos ressalta Iasi (2002), apesar de a historia ser determinada pela acao dos seres humanos (portanto subjetiva), esta determinacao so pode ocorrer sob certas condicoes objetivas; "no entanto, estao incluidas nessas chamadas condicoes objetivas a propria 'tradicao' e a forma como o pensamento e a consciencia de uma epoca se materializam em determinado momento." (Ibidem, p.