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The exception concerns the case where the unloading of the goods from the road vehicle in which they were originally loaded is due to the modification of the contract of carriage by the person entitled to dispose of the goods through a counterorder issued under the conditions governed by the Convention.
At the reviewing stands, the command of "Eyes--RIGHT!" makes dozens of heads click a few inches towards the people watching (they don't actually make eye contact, just turn their heads); a few yards later on, the counterorder clicks them back.
In addition, however, in the detailed description of the ceremonies by which Pechon de Ruby was admitted into this counterorder, I see fascination with the elaboration of ceremonies and hardening of hierarchies that would shortly end up creating Versailles, along with glimpses of the survival of a more traditional taste for Carnival and disorder: Delaplace appeals several times to the memory of Bakhtin.
From the Partido de Conciliacion Nacional (PNC) came the statement, "Washington fomented militarism and now brings a counterorder." The party called the Fisk statement "contradictory."
2065 Civil Code) and the principal's right to oblige the consignor to be available to execute the counterorder in the transport agreement/agreements signed by the consignor (art.
The war of words may be fine -- we are now used to that -- but what's worse are the orders and counterorders between the duo, creating confusion among government officials and the medical community.
Furthermore, he explores the tropes of sea and sugar, the subtext of Lewis's Journal (counterorders) and Lewis's "relations to Amerindian and African epistemes" (p.
London's orders and counterorders recall the ditty about the Duke of York; who had 10,000 thousand men; he marched them up the hill; and then back down again.
For the Demon-king's objectives, this excentricity is a complex spatial trope which contains the multiple impulses of family, nation, and empire but in this essay's focus his use of that space is being redefined as a project of revolutionary counterorders. I have borrowed the concept of counterorders from Edouard Glissant's work (Caribbean Discourse 163-66), but I have adapted and developed it to stand for systems of knowledge, social or political practices which colonial Caribbean subordinated groups might deploy as resistive responses to their oppression.
One of the keys to Israeli success lay in Amer's indecisiveness on the eve of battle, issuing counterorders and completely ignoring battle plans drawn up by the general chiefs of staff.
He did at last publish Poemes in 1912 after working hard to foil the project, with the usual second thoughts and eccentric orders and counterorders. It was difficult, indeed saintly, to help Fargue.
Then he needs to look back on the tangle of events that have comprised his life in an effort to understand them, in the same way an old general, long after an important battle, sits down to study the maps and orders and counterorders, to find in the confusion of details the clear pattern of events.