Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
An individual, for example, is required to have exhausted all local remedies.
He argued that "local remedies should be exhausted first."
The two main requirements are exhaustion of local remedies and continuous nationality.
Furthermore, younger people often disdain local remedies in favor of newly available modern medicine.
By initiating the action before the forum court, the plaintiff is asking for the grant of the local remedies.
She cures their scabies using another local remedy, birch extract.
It's a local remedy for a troublesome conscience.
My knowledge isn't anywhere near as extensive as Joshua's, but I do know some local remedies."
But if developers reduce the value of adjoining private homes, there's no remedy: homeowners can just take their chances with whatever state and local remedies there may be.
World trade disputes settlement and the exhaustion of local remedies rule (In: Journal of world trade; vol.
Gunner Nilsson could give only advice and some makeshift local remedies that, despite their mythic potency, had more power in the mind than in the bloodstream.
The statute requires a plaintiff to show exhaustion of local remedies in the location of the crime, to the extent that such remedies are "adequate and available."
For example, pythonesa oil (pimburu tel), a local remedy used for healing wounds, has proven to be very successful in the treatment of fractures and deep cuts.
These works along with the unique local remedies also include the knowledge influenced by the ancient Greek, Byzantine, and Central Asian and Middle East medical traditions.
My prayers were answered, but the local remedy - a strange, herbal mixture dispensed in a small wooden cup - worked wonders and I was soon back hammering nails into walls.
In addition to fruit, lasura bark and roots are also very effective as a local remedy against cough, cold and various other ailments connected with indigestion and throat problems.
Some tried specific local remedies; the Earl of Chichester reformed Falmer in the 1820s, denying relief to all but the infirm and forcing the labourers to work or leave.
Throughout the Amazon the bark or leaves of iporuro are tinctured (generally with the local rum, called aguardiente) as a local remedy for rheumatism, arthritis, colds, and muscle pains.
Because NAFTA Article 1121 waives the local remedies rule, investors are not required to exhaust local remedies before filing Chapter 11 claims.
Including clauses designed to eliminate or make investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) the last resort (e.g. after the investor's exhaustion of local remedies and use of Alternative Dispute Resolution mechanisms).
D. in International Law (1977), University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, with the thesis on "Developments in the Rule of Exhaustion of Local Remedies in International Law".
Betsy Wade might not have been aware of this since each community assumes ammonia is a local remedy and most do not have access to the bottled household variety, making the subject somewhat delicate for an American lady's ear.
In the writing of the Compendium of Materia Medica, he travelled extensively, gaining first-hand experience with many herbs and local remedies and consulted over 800 books - nearly every medical book in print at the time.
The individual artificialities of the three latter were local diseases of the Earth, and in their individual overthrows we had seen local remedies applied; but for the infected world at large I could anticipate no regeneration save in death.
The aim of "Contingencies of Value" is to provide a general theory of value that is capable of providing specific local remedy for ills its author sees infecting both the teaching of literature and the practice of criticism.