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governing majority - RegierungsmehrheitLast post 05 Sep 05, 10:04
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/4214222.stm Analysts said that while the debate was …1 Replies
self-governing - autonom Last post 24 Nov 11, 18:22
In 1927, Canberra became Australia's official capital. And in 1989, the larger area became s…0 Replies
Leitungsgremium - governing bodyLast post 14 May 10, 00:44
Das weltweite Leitungsgremium der Zeugen Jehovas hat seinen Sitz in New York. Leitende Körpe…4 Replies
governing body - TrägerschaftLast post 26 Jun 03, 12:05
Heading of a table: "Unterscheidung nach der Trägerschaft" And in the cell below: "Öffentlic…0 Replies
governing law - anwendbares RechtLast post 13 Sep 05, 10:18
WöBu der Rechts- und Wirtschaftssprache von A. Romain, Verlag C.H. Beck from a contract: gov…1 Replies
der Zeit Regierend Last post 10 Apr 12, 18:37
"Herzogen in obern und nidrin Bayern der Zeit Regierend 1511" My translation, please proof: …1 Replies
governing equationsLast post 12 Mar 09, 13:37
Integration of the governing equations on the individual control volumes Wie kann ich das Ü…6 Replies
governing schoolLast post 04 Dec 07, 13:38
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Contingencies governingLast post 24 May 11, 01:43
Rivalry deterrence in international Markets: Contingencies governing the mutual forbearance …1 Replies
governing lawLast post 19 Mar 11, 10:45
Aus einem Vertrag: Governing law: This agreement will be governed and construed in accordan…4 Replies
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