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PREVENTION, civil and French law. The right of a judge to take cognizance of an action over which he has concurrent jurisdiction with another judge.
     2. In Pennsylvania it has been ruled that a justice of the peace cannot take cognizance of a cause which has been previously decided by another justice. 2 Dall. 77; Id. 114.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Key Questions Answered in the Infection Prevention Devices Market Report
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Fine said CDC will provide guidance to the teams as they work to build sexual assault prevention plans for their campuses.
Synergy between different streams of HIV prevention is crucial so that new infection rate dips faster than ever before to end AIDS.
Total demand for infection prevention equipment is forecast to expand 2.9 percent annually to $990 million in 2018.
Prevention science is a new and growing scientific field, with strong coverage in the United States, including a scientific society, methodology groups and networks, and a growing impact journal.
The CDC names new Prevention Epicenters every 5 years based on peer-reviewed grant applications.
In response to the growing body of research in the field of cancer prevention, the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) announces the launch of a major peer-reviewed scientific journal, Cancer Prevention Research, and invites submissions of papers.

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