CHR

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AcronymDefinition
CHRCharacter
CHRChristian
CHRChrist
CHRCafé Hôtel Restaurant (French: Cafe Hotel Restaurant)
CHRChromosome
CHRChars (FAO fish species code)
CHRChair
CHRCommission on Human Rights (United Nations)
CHRChronic
CHRCentre Hospitalier Régional (French: Regional Hospital Center; France and Belgium)
CHRContemporary Hit Radio
CHRCalgary Health Region
CHRCenter for Hospitality Research (Cornell University; Ithaca, NY)
CHRCentre for Human Rights (South Africa)
CHRCommunity Health Record (various locations)
CHRCharacter File
CHRConstraint Handling Rules (programming languages)
CHRCourt of Human Rights
CHRCommittee on Human Research
CHRCommunity Health Representative(s)
CHRChristian Hit Radio
CHRCenter for Human Reproduction
CHRChinook Health Region
CHRChild Health Research
CHRCache Hit Ratio
CHRCall History Record
CHRCommunity Housing Resource, Inc. (Provincetown, MA)
CHRCenter for Hydrogen Research (Washington Savannah River Company LLC)
CHRCommunication History Report
CHRCapitalsource Healthcare Reit
CHRChateauroux France (airport code)
CHRComplete Healthcare Resources (Dresher, PA)
CHRChromate Resistance
CHRCerebrohepatorenal Syndrome
CHRCommission Internationale de l'Hydrologie du Bassin du Rhin (International Commission for the Hydrology of the Rhine Basin)
CHRComité d'Histoire Régionale (French: Regional History Committee)
CHRChestnut Ridge Railway Company
CHRCooper-Harper Rating
CHRCenter for Human Radiobiology
CHRNational Center for Human Reproduction
CHRConfinement Heat Removal
CHRCursive Handwritten Recognition (Recogniform Technologies SpA)
CHRCorrelated High-Rank
CHRCumulative Hazard Rate
CHRConsumer Healthcare Retail
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Arnaut explains in the Initiative that, in democratic countries, it is common practice that public figures, especially politicians and public officials, are subject to a higher standard of defamation lawsuits than private individuals, which has been the practice of the European Court of Human Rights since 1986.
As a result, his lawyer said Moryoussef had lodged an application before the European Court of Human Rights on 25 June.
The European Court of Human Rights was established in 1959 and is entirely separate from the smaller European Union.
Yesterday, Mr Evans claimed his legal team had been instructed to appeal to the European Court of Human Rights for a second time.
Dismissing their bid yesterday, three Supreme Court justices approved a plan to end life support and said "no application to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg can or should change that."
The European Court of Human Rights acknowledges that election legislation serves democracy in Azerbaijan, he added.
The Ombudsman's press service reported that the forum willAaAeAeA look the impact of the European Court of Human Rights practice on improving Bulgarian legislation, discuss the capacity of the Bulgarian institutions to implement the ECHR and the court practice in Strasbourg, and the problems with the execution of the judgments against Bulgaria.
We are applying to the European Court of Human Rights," Kilicdaroglu told reporters in the city of Izmit, around 100km east of central Istanbul.
A spokeswoman for the European Court of Human Rights said judges wanted treatment to continue while they looked at paperwork.
All 47 members of the Council of Europe are signatories and accept the jurisdiction of the European Court of Human Rights. The Treaty of Rome, which created the EU's forerunner, the EEC, was only signed by the six founder nations in 1957.
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