recognized by law

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That does not matter to us, or the kingdom either; he is the son of his father, says the French law, whose father is recognized by law.
These Rules, inter-alia, provide that hot cooked meal provided to children shall be evaluated and certified by the Government Food Research Laboratory or any other laboratory accredited or recognized by law so as to ensure that the meal meets with the prescribed nutritional standards and quality.
IN AUGUST CNN announced the first poll results indicating that most Americans support gay marriage, with 52 percent of respondents agreeing that "gays and lesbians should have a constitutional right to get married and have their marriage recognized by law as valid" Combining that result with data from other surveys, poll analyst Nate Silver argued on his blog FiveThirtyEight that "it has become increasingly unclear whether opposition to gay marriage still outweighs support for it.
Duty of care is defined as an obligation, recognized by law, requiring conformance to a certain standard of conduct to protect others against unreasonable risk (Prosser et al.
Jason McCheyne and Adrian Tuazon are hoping to become the first same-sex couple in Australia to have their marriage recognized by law, but not because they're "radical political activists.
President Megawati should order Komnas-Ham, which is also part of this state and recognized by law, to deal with this case,'' he said.

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