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INTERNATIONAL. That which pertains to intercourse between nations. International law is that which regulates the intercourse between, or the relative rights of nations.

LAW, INTERNATIONAL. The law of nature applied to the affairs of nations, commonly called the law of nations, jus gentium; is also called by some modern authors international law. Toullier, Droit Francais, tit. rel. Sec. 12. Mann. Comm. 1; Bentham. on Morals, &c., 260, 262; Wheat. on Int. Law; Foelix, Du Droit Intern. Prive, n. 1.

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El-Weleily won over her compatriot, ranked seventh internationally, Omneya Abdel Kawy, in the final match, with a result of 11-6, 11-5, 11-9.
All internationally educated nurse (IEN) applications requires close examination on a "case-by-case" basis, requiring an undetermined amount of NANB staff time to assess whether or not each applicant meets the registration criteria as set forth in the Nurses Act.
The best performing subjects are computing and history, with 55% of research in computing classed as internationally excellent, including 10% rated as world-quality.
If you ask them, most companies will say they have a sales plan to sell internationally.
Belfonti Properties has managed assets in over 14 states and internationally, and its portfolio is currently valued at nearly half a billion dollars.
Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists for the Integration of Internationally Educated Occupational Therapists.
There are a number of issues that challenge companies who are considering hiring internationally trained workers.
Internationally, the popularity of DVD is also rapidly rising especially in countries such as Japan, the United Kingdom and Australia.
IMS has been marketing the Agora products internationally for the past ten years," IMS manager partner Stacy Berver told NL/NL last week.
for example) are placed on equal footing with other member nations who may not have a national standards development organization and rely solely on those standards incorporated in the annals of ISO, or those of other member nations having internationally recognized standards.
Undiagnosed infections in internationally adopted children have been receiving increasing attention throughout the past decade.

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