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inter se

(in-tur-say) prep. Latin for "among themselves," meaning that, for instance, certain corporate rights are limited only to the shareholders or only to the trustees as a group.

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Development and maintenance of National Highways (NHs) is a continuous process and they are kept in traffic worthy condition depending upon the availability of funds and inter se priority.
The court observed that the inter se seniority of Judges of a High Court shall reckon from the order and date of their appointment as Additional Judges of that court.
Authorised Officer of the Bank reserves the right for inter se bidding, postponement and cancellation of bid process, extend the date , time and mode of deposit of bid and bid amount

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