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MARCHES, Eng. law. This word signifies the limits, or confines, or borders. Bac. Law Tracts, tit. Jurisdiction of the. Marches, p. 246. It was applied to the limits between England and Wales or Scotland. In Scotland the term marches is applied to the boundaries between private properties.

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Karounga Diawara, Le controle de la puissance de marche: contribution a une approche juridique du marche, Cowansville (Qc), Yvon Blais, 2011, pp 512.
Hundreds of B2B meetings between Italian and UAE companies took place in fact in the Marche region, to boost economic cooperation and further increase commercial ties between the two countries.
La Tavola Marche has received top accolades for it's cooking classes and quality customer service in international publications, making Top 10 Cooking Class lists in: USA Today, The Guardian, Lonely Planet, Gourmet Traveller and many other magazine and travel books.
Mr de la Marche said: "They will also be of a far higher quality than what construction firms are currently able to offer for that price.
To that end, a producer and camera operator are scheduled to visit Eugene to shoot scenes at the restaurant and at local farms that supply Marche with ingredients.
Newmark Knight Frank Retail has announced the leasing of 625 Eighth Avenue, located at Port Authority Bus Terminal, to Metro Marche, a new restaurant concept from the joint efforts of two famed Manhattan food operators, Steve Tenedios and Simon Oren.
Food for Thought attribue le taux de croissance le plus e1eve au Mexique, a 4,6%, suivi par le Canada a 2,7%, et estime que le marche americain est en fait en baisse.
On its part, Dubai Chamber will extend all possible help and support to the Marche Region in hosting seminar and workshops for the promotion of this Italian region's goods and services and to facilitate its re-export to India and China.
A campaign in California is on the cards for Marche de Paix, who was described by her jockey as "a filly who loved the bottomless ground".
It is most appropriate that the notebooks of Giovanni Morelli should be the first in the series Marche Disperse, sponsored by the Centro Beni Culturali della Regione Marche and devoted to publishing important manuscripts that document the artistic patrimony of the Marches.
CARDIFF-BASED clothing store Peacocks has announced a pounds 51m takeover of the Bon Marche chain of fashion outlets - a move the company says will create thousands of new jobs in Britain.