MITTER, law-French. To put, to send, or to pass; as mitter' l'estate, to pass the estate; mitter le droit, to pass a right. 2 Bl. Com. 324; Bac. Ab. Release, C; Co. Lit. 193, 273, b. Mitter a large, to put or, set at large. Law French Dict. h.t.

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Summary: Yuxi City [China], Jun 12 (ANI): Former Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh, Rajeet Mitter, on Wednesday proposed to hold Bangladesh, China, India, Myanmar (BCIM) film festival to foster people to people relations among the four countries.
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'You can certainly make that argument," historian and author Rana Mitter told this writer in a wide-ranging telephone interview, "because at the time the Japanese were fighting the Americans in the Pacific, they were also fighting the Chinese on the Asian mainland.
Professor Rana Mitter, director of China Centre at the University of Oxford, added: "The opportunities of the Belt and Road Initiative are substantial, but so are the potential legal complexities and risks.
Professor Rana Mitter, director of China Centre University of Oxford, said: "We are pleased to sign this important memorandum with DIFC Courts.
Rana Mitter is director of the University China Centre at the University of Oxford and author of "A Bitter Revolution: China's Struggle with the Modern World" and "China's War with Japan, 1937-45: The Struggle for Survival."Copyright belongs to the South China Morning Post.
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Sin embargo, como advirtiera la profesora Rana Mitter, historiadora de Oxford, comentando la primera edicion de la obra de Fenby (Financial Times, 30 de mayo de 2008), la victoria final de las fuerzas maoistas en el largo conflicto, desde la Larga Marcha hasta la proclamacion de la Republica Popular China, no estaba de ninguna manera asegurada.