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communications that the act protects from interception and divulgence.
Becoming indexed in SciELO, as well as in other international databases, especially in the ISI Thomson Reuters, the greater divulgence of the journal and the increasing pressure on postgraduate courses to publish brought, as mentioned above, a significant increase in the number of articles submitted, leading to less fluidity in the editing process, overload for the Editorial commission, delays in responding to authors and long delays between submission and publication.
The rules and regulations include particularly the confidentiality of credit information, banning any divulgence of personal data.
At this point, the text's subtle divulgence of its own perspectival method provides the interpretive apparatus through which one can read the connection between the opening eulogy and the Turkish tale proper, for the relationship between the Western surveilling gaze and the (presumably Greek) mourner in the eulogy structurally anticipates that between the surveilling gaze and the Muslim narrator in the Turkish fragment.
Japan protects three rights: the right of divulgence, the right of authorship, and the right of integrity.
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Turkish editions of Divulgence of a Myth include a preface, introduction, and four separate chapters.
Circuit similarly reasoned that government agencies "may properly withhold records gathered illegally if divulgence would reveal currently viable information channels, albeit ones that were abused in the past.
They took responsibility receipts for divulgence of state secrets from the local residents.
Following this logic of divulgence, our actions can be said to express well-defined intentions after all, and therefore they should be considered as <<poietic>> activity, in the Aristotelian sense of that word.
325) Again, Volio has a similar take: the nature of the protections for correspondence includes protection "primarily against divulgence to anyone other than the intended recipient," but also protection "against interruption or other interference" such as would delay or prevent its delivery.
Through Finance Act, 2013, 'Explanation'to Section 165 has been added through which it has been clarified that the provisions of sub-section (1) of Section 165 override all conflicting provisions contained in the Protection of Economic Reforms Act, 1992 (XII of 1992), the Banking Companies Ordinance, 1962 (LVII of 1962), the Foreign Exchange RegulationAct, 1947 (VII of 1947) and the regulationsmade under the StateBank of Pakistan Act,1956 (XXXIII of 1956), if any, on the subject, in so far as divulgence of information under section 165 is concerned.