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33) In this particular, Alexandre Alves Ferreira de Assumpcao says that "within the Brazilian system the firm is insusceptible to cession or transfer, which proves to be the object of a personal right rather than a real one, unlike the fantasy element of the name (core of the name) that can be registered as a trademark, became part of the azienda immaterial the property.
POTENTIALLY VIOLENT TENSIONS OR ONGOING VIOLENCE ARE INCREASINGLY insusceptible to one-time external mediation or local conflict resolution as:
The only practical way for them is by having a normal insusceptible communication that carries the message in a hidden way [36].
Traders shifted their funds into the gold market as gold is insusceptible to price fluctuations, amid growing fears of inflation in the wake
This opening paean connects these institutions specifically to the "Poet," who "entreats that servants may abound / Of those pure altars worthy; ministers / Detached from pleasure, to the love of gain / Superior, insusceptible of pride" (6:42-46).
A second observation is that no error type has proven to be uncorrectable, and that Truscott's (2001; 2007) hypothesis that grammatical errors are insusceptible to CF could thus be rejected.
lack an unqualified ability to render their discoveries insusceptible to
Kawasaki, Japan, Feb 10, 2010 - (ACN Newswire) - Fujitsu Laboratories Limited and the University of Toronto today announced that they have jointly developed the world's first high-reliability read-method for use with spin-torque-transfer (STT) MRAM(1) that is insusceptible to erroneous writes.
As the evening was winding down, I summed up to my fellow huddlers that Israel was insusceptible to compromise, diplomacy, coexistence, passive resistance, and certainly to full recognition of Palestinian rights.
There must be also emphasised two other important features of the Portuguese financial support's framework: (i) Financial contributions may only be granted exclusively for the purposes envisaged and are insusceptible of judicial apprehension or any onus; (ii) Sports clubs which compete in competitions of professional nature can not receive from the State any kind of financial contributions except in the case of the organisation of sport competitions with public interest or in the case of construction and improvement of sport infrastructures or sport equipments.
In Pontevedra commerce and insusceptible of both and Coruna only after 1978 the alienation and private seizure.
For him, the Kingdom of God is expressly such a sterile field where pure forgiveness remains insusceptible to the contagion of the economic.