Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Is there any reason for the rule referable to the needs of constitutional government?
Symptoms include those referable to the source of the infection.
A number of finds in Europe are referable to early modern humans.
Whether or not a matter is referable to the Committee under section 36 requires an interpretation in each case.
I was the scourge of both, and that is referable to her.
The first species now referable to the tribe were named by Walker in 1863.
Perhaps her fear was referable, in some sort, to the retrospect she had so lately heard.
All this," said my father, "is strictly referable to natural causes.
Profits referable to existing business to continue to be taxed at 15%.
The third leading cause of hospitalization among senior men and women was "symptoms referable to systems."
All material yet found has been referable to the type species, D. manacensis.
It is in no way referable to my endeavours.
All profits referable to existing business to continue to be treated as exempt from tax.
It is uniquely referable to the land which Indian bands occupy.
Only those premises `to which the outgoing is referable' are included in the calculations.
Something of the awfulness, even of Death itself, is referable to this.
The resident population in northern Idaho is referable to this subspecies.
Also referable to the paulchoffatiid line, but not the family itself, are the following:
All these things are referable to the surrender.
It is only relevant where the dividend has been made referable to the transaction in securities.
Being referable, the recorded drawings and words sustain the momentum of change long after the session.
Specimens from southeastern Idaho are referable to this race.
Occasional specimens without the stigma are referable to form innotata.
Only four specimens from the extreme northwestern part of the state are referable to this subspecies.
However, one particular category of referable grievances is described in a more convoluted fashion.