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MANDANT. The principal in the contract of mandate is so called. Story, Ag. Sec. 337.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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His mother, Teresa Johnson, said: "The Mander Centre has supported him for about two years now, they let him come and fund raise when he wants to, it is great.
On May 2, the top court struck down Mander's name as the petitioner in the case and replaced it with the Supreme Court Legal Services Authority (SCLSA).
Jonathan Hall, managing director at Mander Hadley Solicitors, said: "We were delighted with the standard of the entries we have received from the students and it is clear that Coventry means as much to them as it does to us, as a firm based in the city for more than a century.
The main shopping area the Mander Centre is nearing the end its PS35million redevelopment and plans have been submitted for a new PS55million shopping, cinema and leisure complex nearby.
"We have to understand times of hatred are spreading like a contagion, and remaining silent amounts to condoning or actually supporting that violence tacitly," says Mander, a veteran activist.
When Senior lawyer Kapil Sibal appearing for Mander said his client had " intervened as there was an attempt to scuttle the case in which the CBI had filed the chargesheet," the bench shot back: " When the person is genuinely aggrieved, the issue takes a different colour but when the person is not remotely connected and wants to revive the case then it's a different dimension".
The centre was put up for sale for a reported PS50 million in May and a PS30 million revamp is planned to bring it up to date after buying it from Mander Investments.
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But that's plainly not the case for ex-racehorses, as the retraining work of Lucia Mander shows.
In many ways Jerry Mander may be the ideal candidate to write a book about the profoundly unsolvable social and environmental problems associated with late-stage capitalism.
In 1999 Damien Mander enlisted in the Royal Australian Navy and trained as a clearance diver, from whence he joined Tactical Assault Group East, a counter-terrorism unit established by the Australian government following the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the United States.