NJCL


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NJCL

Network Job Control Language.

["NJCL - A Network Job Control Language", J. du Masle et al, IFIP Congress 1974].
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>> (2018) 38:1 NJCL 35; Martha Jackman et Bruce Porter, <<
(120) See Ann Chaplin, "Travelling in Constitutional Circles: The Paradox of Tribunal Independence" (2016) 36:1 NJCL 73 at 109-10.
Amol Punjabi, Katharine Hodge and Tim Morrissey were inducted into the Certamen Hall of Fame, an honor earned by winning at least two NJCL Competitive Certamen championships.
He added after making such an investment in a player, they are asked to make a commitment to the programme by representing the centre in the NJCL, while being free to play for their clubs in other competitions.
Heather MacIvor, "Unwritten Constitutional Principles" (2012) 6 JPPL 339; Kazmierski, supra note 80; Sugunasiri, supra note 84; Warren J Newman, "'Grand Entrance Hall, Back Door or Foundation Stone' The Role of Constitutional Principles in Construing and Applying the Constitution of Canada" (2001) 14:2 SCLR 197; Sujit Choudhry & Robert Howse, "Constitutional Theory and the Quebec Secession Reference" (2000) 13:2 Can JL & Juris 143; Marc Cousineau, "L'Affaire Montfort: Confirmation de la Valeur Des Principes Fondamentaux de la Constitution" (2002) 13 NJCL 485; Patrick J Monahan, "The Public Policy of the Supreme Court of Canada in the Secession Reference" (1999) 11 NJCL 65.
"Succession to the Throne" (2014) 33:1 NJCL 83 at 94; Hunter,
(83) Conseil canadien de la magistrature, Rapport au Conseil canadien de la magistrature (Jean Bienvenue), supra note 48 aux pp 51-52 (citant A Wayne Mackay, << Judicial Free Speech and Accountability: Should Judges Be Seen But Not Heard>>, (1993) 3 NJCL 159 aux pp 228-29).
(18) David M Tortell, "Two Tales of Two Rights: R v Spencer and the Bridging of Privacy and Free Speech" (2016) 36:2 NJCL 253 at 255, 270.
(185) See Warren J Newman, "The Principles of the Rule of Law and the Parliamentary Sovereignty in Constitutional Theory and Litigation" (2005) 16:1 NJCL 175 at 239.
Voir Paul Daly, << Dismantling Regulatory Structures: Canada's Long-Gun Registry as Case Study >>, 32:2 NJCL [a paraitre en 2014].
Hogg, supra note 37 at 1054; Robert Charney, "The Contract Clause Comes to Canada: The British Columbia Health Services Case and the Sanctity of Collective Agreements" (2008) 23 NJCL 65 at 71 [Charney, "Contract Clause"]; Brian Etherington, "The BC Health Services and Support Decision--The Constitutionalization of A Right to Bargain Collectively in Canada: Where Will It Lead?" (2008-2009) 30 Comp Lab L & Pol'y J 715 at 732-733 [Etherington, "BC Health Services"]; Robin K Basu, "Revolution and Aftermath: BC Health Services and Its Implications" (2008) 42 SCLR 165 at 200-202 [Basu]; Barrett & Poskanzer, supra note 37 at 209-211.
Zachary Hall, is an incoming senior at Abby Kelley Foster Charter School in Worcester, was elected second vice president of the National Junior Classical League (NJCL) at its annual convention in Fargo, North Dakota this summer.