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relating to the essential legal principles administered by the courts, as opposed to practice and procedure.
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In its opposition to the plaintiff's motion to amend, the defendant could substantively argue why the plaintiff's motion should be denied, but also provisionally notify the court of its own intention to seek leave to amend or add new counterclaims if the plaintiff is permitted to amend.
The use of archival documents, material culture items, and ecological relationships between landscape elements make this book a methodologically and substantively original contribution to Atlantic, African-American, and agricultural history.
I was dismayed to note that the book review makes no reference to the myriad ways in which our church is substantively engaged in this work.
Chief among the gripes: the number of countries (and even regions) whose issues were not substantively discussed or even invoked by the two men vying to lead the world.
In addition to updating data sources and substantively expanding several indicators, the report presents a special feature on adoption.
It said users reported that even when the home page for such sites was reached, the website was substantively unusable because the time to go to a second or succeeding pages was so long.
She argues that although Eva Peron's performance of "public love" made her child welfare activism look different, it was substantively quite similar to existing charity: like the elite women who ran the Society of Beneficence, Eva relied on unpaid volunteers, administered aid on an individual basis, and used her efforts on behalf of children to advance her own status.
Our estimates suggest large and substantively important correlations between poor health and asset accumulation.
According to Mirka Velinovska from Nova Makedonija, the new LDP should now substantively fill the empty opposition space.
Those who suffered major injuries also had their compensation increased substantively. Injured unmarried girls would get Rs 33.5 lakh each.
Turkey, a member of the Conference on Disarmament since 1996, during her Presidency in February 2008, for a period of four weeks, contributed substantively to the process".
"Instead, they are seen primarily as the source of politically driven but substantively dubious mandates forced on contracting professionals."