specially provided for

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Article 36(1) of the ICJ Statute provides: 'The jurisdiction of the court comprises all cases which the parties refer to it and all matters specially provided for in the Charter of the United Nations or in treaties and conventions in force.'
The ICJ Statute provides that the ICJ's jurisdiction comprises all cases parties refer to it and all matters specially provided for in the UN Charter or in treaties or conventions in force.
To prevent the occurrence of fires in forests in a fire hazardous period, it is prohibited: - to build bonfires in any forests (both coniferous and deciduous), in burnt areas, in damaged forest areas, peat bogs, in cuttings (on cutting areas), not cleared of felling residues and harvested wood, in places with dried grass, and also under the trees, use open fire; throw burning matches, cigarette butts and hot ash from smoking pipes, glass (glass bottles, cans, etc.);to leave oiled or impregnated with gasoline, kerosene or other combustible materials in materials not specially provided for this purpose.
A handsome tent was specially provided for the Marchioness and young Marquess of Bute who, with a large and distinguished party, took their seats to witness the pleasing ceremony about nine o'clock.
Trade regimes specially provided for address limit orders are available for organised trading transactions agreed beforehand by the parties.
Passengers were invited to wait in the house for the bus and while they sat, in the warm, they read the newspapers specially provided for them.
It provides that "the jurisdiction of the Court comprises all cases which the parties refer to it and all matters specially provided for in the Charter of the United Nations".
2 (Jurisdiction), the Court's decision read as follows: "The Parties in the present [Mavromatis] case agree that Article 26 of the Mandate falls within the category of 'matters specially provided for in Treaties and Conventions in force'.
And we are told that this book is in accord with what they are taught in a course specially provided for them by the Catholic Church.
"We contemplated it would take a substantial time to work that out and we specially provided for that in the lease," Malkin added.
* Speed Demon (Bronze) Break the 186 mph (300km/hr) barrier, in a car not specially provided for an event.

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