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An important warning: This proposal is neutral with respect to a theory about the semantics of slurs, in that it only confines itself to assuming, non-controversially I hope, that slurs are normally used to derogate (and that they in some sense "perform this function" at a social-cultural level) and, on this basis, it states that derogation effects are externalistically established.
1 For greater certainty, the repeal of section 67 of the Canadian Human Rights Act shall not be construed so as to abrogate of derogate from the protection provided for existing aboriginal or treaty rights of the aboriginal peoples of Canada by the recognition and affirmation of those rights in section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982.
The second way in which the power to derogate is circumscribed in international and regional human rights law is in its application.
But it doesn't necessarily change their feelings, and it doesn't address the larger problem these studies reveal--namely, that in a society that puts a premium on boys' masculinity, that derogates femininity, and that equates male homosexuality with femininity, the fastest and easiest way for boys to demonstrate their masculine status is to dis gays.
you may feel this example derogates you on the basis of your disability.
But having set up shop as a pop-culture pundit, Medved is not content merely with analyzing various examples of popular entertainment - primarily Hollywood films - and showing how they derogate "traditional values.
Do not derogate our sovereignty by lecturing on us, the civilities of a country which we turn a democratic state,' he said.
Shareholders could nonetheless derogate from this principle and apply a 2-1 ratio.
In any case we are neighbors, it is necessary to find the way out of the situation not to derogate interests of population," the Ambassador said.
He is now blaming his own Human Rights Act when he has not even tried to derogate under its provisions.
A Council memorandum explained the decision allows these countries to derogate from EU regulation EC/ 2037/2000 on substances that deplete the ozone layer, which takes 1999 as the base year for allocating quotas of HCFCs.
Britain had to derogate - or opt out - from part of the European Convention on Human Rights to allow this imprisonment without trial to take place.