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GGGlenn Gould (Canadian pianist; 1932-1982)
GGGood Going
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GGGartner Group
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GGGravity Gradient
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GGGeneric Goal (Capability Maturity Model Integration)
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GGGreat Gross (Old English for 12 gross)
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GGGeen Gehoor (Dutch: No Answer)
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GGGiga-Gram (10 billion grams)
GGGateway to Gateway protocol
GGGladsaxe Gymnasium (Copenhagen, Denmark high school)
GGGlock Group (Newgrounds group)
GGGalgaduud (postal region, Somalia)
GGGamma Glutamine
GGAir Guyane - French Guiana (IATA airline code)
GGGamna Gandy (iron-containing foci in spleen histopathology; also seen as Gandy Gamna bodies)
GGGalloping Governors (Toastmasters)
GGGuru Gathering
GGGrupului de Gen (Romanian: Gender Task Force)
GGGorgonian Grotto (Lemony Snicket)
GGGoeverneur-Generaal (Dutch East-Indies)
GGGutton Glock (Austrian gun manufacturer)
GGGod's Greetings
GGGitter and Glial Cells (neurohistopathology)
GGGule Grønnsaker
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and limits" of ownership, see GRUNDGESETZ [GG] art.
Its use shall also serve the common good." This was taken up again in the German Constitution (Grundgesetz) after the second world war in article 14.2: "Property has an obligation.
(36.) Articles Three and Six of the Federal Republic's Grundgesetz. The perseverance of the Burgerliches Gesetzbuch (German Civil Code), which first came into effect in 1899.
More recently, Solange III, (79) a case before the Bundesverfassungsgericht, or German Federal Constitutional Court, has further clarified the standing of EC law vis-a-vis the Grundgesetz, the German Constitution.
The decision in favor of the German model can be explained by the logic of negotiations between actors participating in the drafting of the Grundgesetz (Basic Law).
A constituent assembly was called and its Basic Law (Grundgesetz) was ratified by the state (Land) parliaments in 1949.
This is essentially reflected in the first paragraph of Germany's Basic Law, the Grundgesetz:
Set up under the parliament of the German Federal Republic, the center and its staff have developed a process that, with proper safeguards, sharply inhibits the growth of groups disloyal to the constitution (Grundgesetz) and dangerous to the liberties of loyal citizens ("verfassungswidrig").
The Basic Law (Grundgesetz - Germany's constitution) dictates that the states are responsible for particular policy areas, among them education.
After a short but arduous debate in the spring of 1990 over whether the unified Germany should have a new constitution or should the East German Democratic Republic (GDR) just join the West German constitutional order (which provided for both of these options in articles 23 and 146 of the Grundgesetz), the strategic political decision was made that the Grundgesetz, as well as the political and administrative order based on it, would be extended to the eastern territories.
7 de la constitucion alemana (Grundgesetz) a la federacion solo le compete la tecnica de las emisiones.