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CONJOINTS. Persons married to each other. Story, Confl. of L. Sec. 71; Wolff. Dr. de la Nat. Sec. 858.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Cela se verifie egalement aupres des descendants : une partie d'entre eux va rencontrer son conjoint lors de ces sejours (3).
Although conjoint analysis has been shown to be able to predict actual choice behavior (Green and Srinivasan 1990), it does not provide all the potential information about MPBWCP purchasing decisions.
The Lasir conjoint package contains a conjoint designer that allows researchers to design experiments with a virtually unlimited number of factors and levels.
They used a conjoint experiment to identify consumer preferences for different attributes of cooked prawns, such as the number of prawns per plate, cooking style, and price.
In our review of the literature, we were unable to find studies using conjoint analysis of student evaluations of faculty teaching effectiveness.
The new board could eventually evolve into an independent one, in the same way that emergency medicine and nuclear medicine did after functioning for an average of 12 years as conjoint boards.
Pour lui, il est necessaire d'assurer le droit a tous les francais de respirer avec ou sans conjoint.
[beaucoup moins que]L'OMS et le ministere de la Sante surveillent la situation de tres pres et recommandent les mesures de prevention habituelles[beaucoup plus grand que], ont-ils affirme dans un communique conjoint.
The meeting dealt with the mechanism of the collecting of the local and conjoint sources and means to develop it .