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de jure standard

Hardware or software that is endorsed by a standards organization. Contrast with de facto standard.
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The PA, itself, is, according to reports, thinking of several options in case of de jure statehood/UN membership failure: mobilization for freedom and citizenship in one state, dissolving itself and throwing the responsibility for the OPT on the occupier, asking the UNGA to assume the mandate for Palestine (the OPT).
On the other hand, if Cyprus de facto or/and de jure, now or later, continues to be controlled by Turkey, not only Cypriot, but also Western and European interests will be in danger.
Meanwhile, a de facto - if not de jure - balkanisation of Iraq remains a distinct near-term possibility.
His Brown opinion manages to invalidate de jure segregation without
Those efforts didn't hold up under legal scrutiny, and neither will Missouri lawmakers' latest effort to seek the de jure nullification of federal firearms laws.
The Concordia and De jure et justititia (that is, his two most famous works) receive the greatest attention in the contributed chapters, which are organized into sections on: "Freedom of Will and God's Providence," "A Rights-Based Theory of Law," and "Molina's Medieval Sources and the Following Debates in Modern Times.
De jure and de facto are two different things but the realpolitik has already happened in Crimea," he told journalists in Brussels ahead of a meeting of EU foreign ministers.
Addressing the issues of leagues for protection of the revolution, Mehdi Jom said a distinction has to be made between leagues with legal status but violating the law and those that exist de jure and not de facto.
The IMF and the OECD place high priority on de jure central bank independence; central bankers emphasize the importance of independence in the conduct of policy (Kohn 2009); references to the importance of independence in news accounts are extensive (Wall Street Journal 2012); and the inverse correlations between measures of central bank independence and inflation are widely accepted and are now becoming standard in textbooks.
Taylor examines the distinction between de jure and de facto independence and finds that history shows that de jure independence is not sufficient for effective economic performance and that a rule-based central bank policy provides the best outcomes.
This argument rests on the difference between de jure and de facto sovereignty, which he asserts allows for questioning the legitimacy of Crown sovereignty.
Singling out Jordan in Aryan's comment about aid seems like an accusation, which contravened the de jure of logic and amounts to an unjustified negative attitude towards Jordan which sees Egypt as a sister Arab country and holds its people in respect," he concluded.