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  • 121 law —  Закон …

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  • 122 Law — [[t]lɔ[/t]] n. big John, 1671–1729, Scottish financier …

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  • 123 LAW — • left atrial wall …

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  • 124 law — /lɔ:/ noun a general rule …

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  • 125 law — mühür mumu III, 155bkz: awus …

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  • 126 LAW — milit. abbr. Light Antitank Weapon abbr. Local Authority Workstation …

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  • 127 law of the case — law of the case: a doctrine in legal procedure: an issue esp. of law that has been decided (as by an appeals court) will not be reconsidered in the same case unless compelling circumstances warrant such reconsideration; also: a matter of law… …

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  • 128 law review — n often cap L&R: a periodical (as one published by a law school or bar association) containing notes and articles analyzing and evaluating subject areas and developments in the law Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. law… …

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  • 129 law of the land — 1: the established law of a nation or region 2: due process Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 130 Law Commission — a body established by the Law Commissions Act 1965 to examine the law with a view to its systematic development and reform, including the codification of law, the elimination of anomalies, the repeal of obsolete and unnecessary enactments, and… …

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  • 131 law merchant — n: the commercial rules developed under English common law that influenced modern commercial law and that are referred to as supplementing rules set down in the Uniform Commercial Code and in state codes Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law.… …

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  • 132 Law of the Sea — often cap L&S: a body of international law promulgated by United Nations convention and covering a range of ocean matters including territorial zones, access to and transit on the sea, environmental preservation, and the resolution of… …

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  • 133 law clerk — n: one (as a law school graduate) who provides a judge, magistrate, or lawyer with assistance in such matters as research and analysis Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. law clerk …

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  • 134 law of admiralty — See: maritime law Category: Small Claims Court & Lawsuits Nolo’s Plain English Law Dictionary. Gerald N. Hill, Kathleen Thompson Hill. 2009. law of admiralty …

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  • 135 Law Reports — the publications in which the decisions of the courts are recorded. It should, however, be appreciated that in the UK and in many other jurisdictions these are private publications rather than state operated. The publisher makes the reports more… …

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  • 136 law book — n.    any of numerous volumes dealing with law, including statutes, reports of cases, digests of cases, commentaries on particular topics, encyclopedias, textbooks, summaries of the law, dictionaries, legal forms and various combinations of these …

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  • 137 law and motion calendar — A description of the kinds of legal matters a particular judge or courtroom will hear that day, week, or any other block of time. The law and motion calendar consists of pretrial motions (such as a motion to compel the other side in a civil case… …

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  • 138 Law of Property Act receiver — (LPA receiver) England, Wales A person (not necessarily an insolvency practitioner) appointed under the Law of Property Act 1925 by a lender holding a fixed charge over property to enforce the lender s security. An LPA receiver has the powers and …

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  • 139 law of nations — law of na·tions: jus gentium Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. law of nations …

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  • 140 Law Reform Commission — an independent body set up in the Republic of Ireland by the Law Reform Commission Act 1975 to keep the law under review and to make proposals for its reform. It comprises a president and four commissioners appointed by the government and has a… …

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