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The new draft directive limits itself to a uniform approach to essential' legal elements, such as pre-contractual and contractual information, right of retractation, early repayment and the annual percentage rate of charge.
Septiemement, la plupart des decisions adverses, sinon toutes, sont portees en appel par la partie querulente, ou font l'objet de demandes de revision ou de retractation.
His great error, both as an editor and a Critic, was too fond an acquiescence in his first thoughts and a stubborn unyielding temper that would not allow him to submit to the slightest Retractation.
Le heros est finalement declare "homme" et condamne apres la troisieme audience a "l'amande honteuse," c'est-a-dire la retractation publique de ses convictions.
Mais suit une retractation de la reserver: est-ce que cette culpabilite qui repose sur un interdit, n'engagerait pas, tout compte fait, la responsabilite de l'ecrivain qui redoute "par dessus tout d'avoir s'expliquer" (46)?
Scholars have long disputed about exactly how Andreas' project should be taken: is it a central text for the construction of the new code of |courtly love', followed by a retractation made for reasons of religious orthodoxy, or is it from the first more duplicitous, parodic or satiric, or even grimly and austerely Augustinian?
Das Versuch in 'Sein and Zeit' 70, die Raumlichkeit des Daseins auf die Zeitlichkeit zuruckzufuhren, la|ss^t sich nicht halten,"(16) Given the fact that Heidegger often engages in self-interpretations of a highly adventurous sort, with the obvious intention to smooth the breaks between earlier and later phases in his development, this candid retractation is highly surprising, and it is not an unlikely hypothesis that it points to a fundamental problem left unresolved in the earlier works.