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loc. cit.

abbreviation for loco citato, ‘in the place previously cited’.
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The strength of this analysis lies in the relationship between the dimensions, an approach prompted by Kelman loc. cit. n.4 ante.
6 Orth, L., Die kurzfristige Finanzplanung industrieller Unternehmungen, loc. cit. (C.
See Rabbi David Zvi Hoffman's summary of the various opinions, loc. cit.
(29) ***, "Bucuresti, 12 Octombre 1881", loc. cit., p.
(7) He desarrollado este aspecto en <<El ideal del sabio en la construccion de la Europa moderna>>, loc. cit. en nota 6, pp.
Sohn, "Making international law more user-friendly", Exposicion realizada en el Congreso de las Naciones Unidas sobre Derecho Internacional Publico, New York, March 17, 1995, segun citado por Weiss, loc. cit., supra nota 16; p.