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PEACE. The tranquillity enjoyed by a political society, internally, by the good order which reigns among its members, and externally, by the good understanding it has with all other nations. Applied to the internal regulations of a nation, peace imports, in a technical sense, not merely a state of repose and security, as opposed to one of violence and warfare, but likewise a state of public order and decorum. Ham. N. P. 139; 12 Mod. 566. Vide, generally, Bac. Ab. Prerogative, D 4; Hale, Hist. P. C. 160; 3 Taunt. R. 14; 1 B. & A. 227; Peake, R. 89; 1 Esp. R. 294; Harr. Dig. Officer, V 4; 2 Benth. Ev. 319, note. Vide Good behaviour; Surety of the peace.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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He conducted an analysis of available MMH versus required MMH for the Army's UH-60 fleet and found MMH gaps for a number of specific aviation maintenance military occupational specialties during both peacetime and wartime (Mead, 2014, pp.
(20) The peculiarity of this practice is more apparent in peacetime. In peacetime, an individual carrying out the functions of their state outside its territory is not subject to foreign domestic jurisdiction.
Except he is wrong on two counts, firstly that she was a peacetime PM, which cannot be as she created a war in the Falklands.
The greatest difference between modern peacetime missions and naval warfare is the importance of legitimacy and the degree to which legitimacy hinges on the right choice of a regime of authority for action.
An active-duty sailor would serve three years, then be in reserve for nine years, allowing each ship manned in peacetime to support three other ships in reserve.
The study recommended that RSP levels be computed based on the first 20 days and that the Readiness Based Leveling (RBL) system would optimally allocate the remaining 10 days of levels along with the worldwide peacetime levels to the bases with the most need.
Some day, these same skilled hands again will be fashioning peacetime radios for you.
The year-on-year fall was the first in peacetime since vehicle records began in 1904.
26 (BNA) Sri Lankans went to the polls on Tuesday in the island nation's first peacetime presidential election in 26 years, despite explosions and mortar fire in the capital of Northern Province hours before polls opened.
The memorial recognizes the sacrifices of military engineers, or sappers, in peacetime and war.
Earlier on Wednesday, President Abdullah Gul ratified the law that allows trial of military personnel in civilian courts in peacetime rather than military courts.
16, 1907, on a peacetime maritime expedition that would last 14 months and forever change the perception of American sea power.

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