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customary

1. Law
a. founded upon long continued practices and usage rather than law
b. (of land, esp a feudal estate) held by custom
2. 
a. a statement in writing of customary laws and practices
b. a body of such laws and customs
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Section 5 deals with the conceptions of an independent state and an autonomous state as regarded by international public law literature and customaries regarding law interpretation, in fact questioning the IOC notion regarding Rule 31.
There is inevitably a descriptive quality to much of this monograph, in keeping with the character of the customaries Bruce analyzes.
Yearl, "Medieval Monastic Customaries on Minuti and Infirmi"; Anne Van Arsdall, "Challenging the 'Eye of Newt' Image of Medieval Medicine"; Rafael Hyacinthe, "De Domo Sancti Lazari Milites Leprosi: Knighthood and Leprosy in the Holy Land"; Piers D.
Lisa Jefferson investigates twelfth-century Latin texts of cannon law, thirteenth-century Latin texts of secular legists, like Beumanoir, Blanot, Durandus, Baldus's fourteenth century text feudal law, as well as thirteenth- and fourteenth-century customaries in relation to the thirteenth debate among legal writers and theologians about regulatory procedures allowing communities to manage the conflicts of interests resulting from the multiple use of oaths as well as about an individual's moral condition.
Though this edition, which examined AElfric's letter in relation to continental customaries, greatly facilitated the study of comparative liturgy, these editors also perpetuated the view that the main contribution made by AElfric's letter was its importance for the study of the Regularis concordia.