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unitary

of or relating to a system of government in which all governing authority is held by the central government
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The failure, according to one hypothesis, stemmed from the perpetuation of the unitary political system, inherited from colonial regimes, where authority, responsibility, resources, and power flowed from the national government to subordinate territorial units.
Major organization : SUBSIDIARY COMMUNAL UNITARY ENTERPRISE "ENTERPRISE OF BOILER AND HEATING NETWORKS OF THE COMMUNAL UNITARY ENTERPRISE" HOUSING AND COMMUNAL SERVICES OF POLOTSK "
His political words, that he won't give the term without first receiving a guarantee from the new parliamentary majority that they will preserve the unitary status of the country, alone imply that those who demand guarantee are the same ones who tainted country's reputation with their actions.
Morag MacDonald, partner at Bird & Bird in the UK chatted with Inside Counsel to discuss the Unitary Patent costs, filing strategies, UPC costs, and the ins and outs of opting out.
Disposable absorbent article having a liquid deposition region, said article comprising: a liquid pervious topsheet forming the outermost surface and wearer facing surface of said article and consisting of a single layer at least in said liquid deposition region, a backsheet forming the liquid barrier surface and garment facing surface of said article an absorbent core intermediate said topsheet and said backsheet, said core being unitary and having a wearer facing and a garment facing surface, said garment facing surface being immediately adjacent said backsheet and said wearer facing surface being immediately adjacent said topsheet; said unitary core being a fibrous, stratified, layered structure of at least 3 layers in which all layers are unified into said unitary core.
This volume describes the endoscopic classification tempered representations of quasi-split unitary groups over local fields and and the endoscopic classification of the discrete automorphic spectrum of quasi-split unitary groups over global number fields.
As many, if not all, of us who know about the Science of Unitary Human Beings know that Rogers was never satisfied with her conceptual system and, therefore, revised the wording, if not the intent, many times.
A unitary upper Hessenberg matrix can be described by O(n) parameters.
Today, the rough consensus reached for apportioning corporate income across states is called the unitary business principle (M.
An application for a unitary patent may be submitted in any of the EU languages and the patent will be granted by the European Patent Office (EPO) in either English, French or German.
In County Durham it had proposed a large unitary authority, but for Cleveland - then the smallest mainland county in England - it was proposing to split it into four.
After nearly 40 years of discussion, a unitary patent system for the European Union is set to become a reality.