MOTOE

AcronymDefinition
MOTOEMurder on the Orient Express
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
Back on the University of Nottingham (UoN) electric machine which has already powered him to two MotoE titles, the Stockton rider picked up where he left off at the end of 2016 as he stormed to overall pole.
17 Motosykletistiki Rules protecting European Union Omospondia Ellados commercial (2008) and (Motoe) vs Elliniko activities using Budzinski (2012) Dimosio (2008) sportive anticompetitive basis were refused by the Court.
(19.) Motosykletistiki Omospondia Ellados NPID (MOTOE) v Greece, (C-49/07) [2008] ECR I-4863.
Respicio (National Commission for Culture and the Arts); Science: Birds of Cebu and Bohol Philippines, by Nilo Arribas Jr., Bobby Kintanar and Raul Benjamin Puentespina (University of San Carlos Press); History: Sakdalistas' Struggle for Philippine Independence, 1930-1945, by Motoe Termai-Wada (ADMU Press); Journalism: Vantage Point: The Sixth Estate and Other Discoveries, by Luis Teodoro (UP Press); Language Studies: Ambagan 2011: Mga Salita mula sa Iba't Ibang Wika sa Filipinas, by Michael M.
As stated by the ECJ in its MOTOE decision, a legal person whose activities consist in organising sports competitions and in entering, in that connection, into sponsorship, advertising and insurance contracts designed to exploit those competitions commercially, and constitute for that entity a source of income, must be classified as an undertaking for the purposes of Community competition law.
Ikehata Setsuho, Terami Motoe and Hayashi Shinzo (Tokyo: Tokyo Gaikokugo Daigaku Ajia-Afrika Gengo Bunka Kenkyujo, 1989), pp.
Another similar case is MOTOE. (44) MOTOE is a non-profit-making association governed by private law, whose object is the organization of motorcycling competitions in Greece.
4 For further details on the Makapili, the New Leaders Association, Bisig Bakal ng Tagala and O.P.O.G., see Motoe Terami-Wada, "Filipino Armies Under the Japanese Occupation", Solidarity, No.
Decisions in Hendry (129) and MOTOE (130) highlight the approach of the ECJ with respect to Article 82 questions.
See Motoe Terami, "Nihongun ni Yume wo Kaketa Firipin-jin" [The Filipinos who Pinned Hopes on the Japanese Military], in Nihon Senryoka no Firipin [The Philippines under the Japanese Occupation] (title tentative), ed.