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JURE. By law; by right; in right; as, jure civilis, by the civil law; jure gentium, by the law of nations; jure representationis, by right of representation; jure uxoris, in right of a wife.

JURE, WRIT OF, Engl. law. The name of a writ commanding the defendant to show by what right he demands common of pasture in the land of the complainant, who claims to have a fee in the same. F. N. B. 299.

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Por un lado, medidas De Jure que elaboran indices de apertura considerando la informacion sobre las restricciones que la legislacion impone a los flujos de capitales en cada economia y, por otro, las medidas De Facto, asociadas usualmente a diferenciales de tasas de interes y saldos de activos y pasivos externos.
AND defendant did act as a commercial agent (acto jure gestionis)
[D]ealing with the distinction between acts jure imperii and acts jure gestionis, these terms, which are really only the functional equivalent of sovereign acts and commercial acts, in themselves are not free from difficulty.
Johnston suggests this increase is due to the Chinese leadership's fear of a de jure independent Taiwan protected by US military power.
Jure opened Zelo's nearly five years ago and with several boating company neighbors the home-style eatery became a gathering place for boaters before departure and after their tour was finished.
Indeed, to my mind the only thing that explains the northern court rulings, with their massive systemwide reassignments on the basis of the flimsiest of de jure evidence, is that these judges saw themselves as social engineers implementing a remedy that would accomplish integration not only in the schools but also ultimately in society.
FireWire originated in Apple's laboratories before achieving de jure industry standard status, and the Fujitsu device is packaged in a semi-translucent casing with metallic silver trim - a plain nod to Apple's fruit-flavored iMAC range.
There is little research that compares the records of killers on death row to the records of paroled murderers, but, whatever one!s position on the death penalty (Estrich used to be against it but now is for it; I used to be for it but now have multiple reservations), it would seem important to know whether any sizable fraction of released killers have records that make them virtually indistinguishable from any sizable fraction of killers who, de jure, retain a date with the executioner but, de facto, are serving sentences of life without parole.
Unlike Morgan's work, Hall's has not stood the test of time so well, with many other studies which more successfully apply the comparative approach and argue similar points: about the dynamism and interaction of New World slave systems; the need to differentiate between de jure legislation and de facto practice; the nature and extent of slave resistance to the system; and the balance achieved by the ruling group between manipulation and outright force.
I submit that the unfinished response to the History which Defoe spoke of in 1704 did not materialize sixteen years later in his Memoirs of 1720 but, rather, appeared in a folio book of 1706: in Jure Divino, his lavishly produced epic poem in twelve books for which there is no real counterpart in his prolific canon.
De jure regni apud Scotos (1579), the most important of his political writings, was a resolute argument, in dialogue form, for limited monarchy; Rerum Scoticarum historia (1582), which he was completing at the time of his death, traces the history of Scotland from the mythical Fergus.
This focus on image over both political substance and efficacy reflects the problem that the organization, like the civil-rights elite in general, has had in defining its mission since the defeat of de jure segregation.