Quidquid est, opinionum hac de re in doctrina diversitas permittit tenere quod in casu
habetur dubium iuris, atqui "in dubio standum est pro reo".
Correspondence should be addressed to Cinzia Casu
Leonti, M., Cabras, S., Weckerle, C.S., Solinas, M.N., Casu
, L., 2010.
For the culinarily insane, Italy presents "casu
marzu," which directly translates to "rotten cheese." The European Union banned the cheese decades ago, which is infested with squirming live maggots.
No havi casu
rust a Tin cost Wedn Not having to casually rustle up Man costume by Wednesday.
First, as regards the analysis of private international law, the Liege Court of Appeal starts by admitting the paradox between, on the one hand, the requirement that the Belgian judge should take into consideration the interpretation of foreign (in casu
Iranian) laws while, on the other hand, stating that no interpretation, whether in case law or in legal doctrine for the Iranian rules in the present case exists.
Mazu isn't just an acquired taste but it is also an illegal one.
an ethnomethodologically informed analysis of everyday discursive practices through which social reality (in casu
'NGO management') is constructed and social order achieved within an existing institutional and cultural structure; and, an analysis of institutionalised discourses, which is based on more post-structuralist and Foucauldian ideas and considerations.
Diagnostic bands (Luque et al., 2002) are important for the discrimination of species, particularly fish species (Maltagliati et al., 2006; Casu
et al., 2009).
, and Girardone (23) use data from a sample of banks in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the UK to estimate XE for 1999 and 2000, a period when there was increasing pressure to increase returns for shareholders.
Predstavlja pregled raziskav na podrocju upravljanja zasebnih podatkov in studijo razdrobljenost podatkov na treh oseh: programski opremi, casu
in vodenju zasebnih projektov.