CEDINCentro Para el Desarrollo Indígena (Spanish: Center for Indigenous Development)
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Meanwhile Cedin Dogan, the prime suspect in the Sledgehammer was taken under arrest a short while who was brought to the courthouse.
Latty, Le Comite international olympique et le droit international, CEDIN, Perspectives internationales n[degrees] 21, Paris, Montchrestien, 2001, xix + 235 p.
(2000): "Dynamic Interactions of Time Horizons In a Two Country Model: An Electoral Business Cycles Approach, Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on European Economy, CEDIN, Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestao, Lisbon, 285-300.
As such, explained Luciana Diniz of the Centro de Direito Internacional (CEDIN) in Belo Horizonte, Brazil has "a sovereign right" to take him or anyone else in.
(5) Hubert Thierry / Emmanuel Decaux, International Law and Human Rights (Law France Practice about the International Protection of Human Rights), book of CEDIN, No.
Puget Sound took a 1-0 lead on Joakim Cedin's first-period goal.
(CEDIN), Paris West University Nanterre La Defense, France) objected to
Jose Campanholi Neto [1,4], Luisa Cedin [2,4], Carla Cristina Dato [3,4] Danilo Rodrigues Bertucci [1,4], Sergio Eduardo de Andrade Perez [4], Vilmar Baldissera [1,2,4]