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The child and the irish constitutionThe child and the irish constitution
State to invoke this provision. It is noted that Article 42. 5 refers to the “natural and imprescriptible” rights of the child, but this provision only operates where parents have failed in their duty towards their children
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Sexism and the women’s liberation movement. Or why straight women sometimes cry when they are called lesbiansSexism and the women’s liberation movement. Or why straight women sometimes cry when they are called lesbians
Paper from the Hobart Women’s Action Group. Presented to the Women’s Liberation Conference at Mount Beauty, Victoria, on the Australia Day weekend, 27-29 January 1973
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Justice Gaudron and constitutional rights Adrienne StoneJustice Gaudron and constitutional rights Adrienne Stone
Many of my comments will draw on Justice Gaudron’s judgment in Kruger V commonwealth (1997) 190 clr 1, which contains a particularly full and interesting statement of her views
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Risky businessRisky business
Risky business: a resource to help local governments manage environmental health risks
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Exeter City LibraryExeter City Library
Bateman, B. R. J. Croydon : An analysis of the reports of the overseers of the poor for the years 1839-1849
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Corporate Criminal Liability in the NetherlandsCorporate Criminal Liability in the Netherlands
Readers are permitted to make copies, electronically or printed, for personal and classroom use
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Women going down these mean streets female private investigators (fpis) and changes in hardboiled traditionWomen going down these mean streets female private investigators (fpis) and changes in hardboiled tradition
Women going down these mean streets — female private investigators (fpis) and changes in hardboiled tradition
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\'Dev’: the career of Eamon de Valera By Phil Chapple
Phil Chapple examines a titanic and controversial figure in modern Irish history
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Evolving Conceptions of Native Title in Malaysia and Australia – a cross Nation ComparisonEvolving Conceptions of Native Title in Malaysia and Australia – a cross Nation Comparison
Even though the Malaysian judiciary relied heavily on Australian case law in its conceptualisation of native title, it ultimately departed from the Australian model. This is arguably a positive sign for the Indigenous peoples of the
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Special Position of Malays and the Bumiputera Sabah and SarawakSpecial Position of Malays and the Bumiputera Sabah and Sarawak
At the same time, these privileges cannot be implemnted if causes lost of any public position that held by someome or withdrawal any scholarship or privileges enjoyed by others communties or dismantling or teminating permit license held by
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\"Law is the bridge between scientific knowledge and political action.\""Law is the bridge between scientific knowledge and political action."
That one generation may not only consume or destroy the annual increase of products of the earth, but the stock also, thus leaving an inadequate provision for the multitude of successors which it brings to life
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The Emergence of a European System of Public International Law: the eu and its Member States as Strange SubjectsThe Emergence of a European System of Public International Law: the eu and its Member States as Strange Subjects
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