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Studying of various religious books shows that the Islamic jurists knew the invalidity of contracts, definite default and unclearness of contract issue, being Gharrary.
However, such postulation has never been concluded well in previous studies (Stanton et al., 2004; Tse et al., 2005; Nesser et al., 2008; Sato and Mokha, 2009; Okada et al., 2011), partly due to unclearness of the roles that specific CM have in various sports performance (Hibbs et al.
"My opinion is based on the lack of specifics, unclearness of the sizes of the EU Association Agreement project and the Eurasian Union
This item relates to exploratory learning, which depends on unclearness of the educational stream which the player (learner) has to deal with.
This unclearness makes the national census a very important task to evaluate women's conditions of living.
During the introduction of these methods, with which we mark the second period in the "aggressive" treatment of diffuse purulent peritonitis, a similar unclearness was also observed in our Clinic of Surgery.
This unclearness aside, his identity politics were criticized by a livid Rorem, who replied to the Times, "Why are the admittedly similar texts, chosen by myself and Mr.
The ensuing unclearness in the sign will shape the outcome of the novel, for at the end it is uncertain what happens to any of the characters.