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Saint-John , real name Alexis Saint- Léger. 1887--1975, French poet, born in Guadeloupe. His works include Anabase (1922) and Chronique (1960). Nobel prize for literature 1960
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As a practical matter, this typically means that plaintiffs get beyond summary judgment and can present their cases arising from defamation per se to juries, who then have broad discretion to calculate damages without reference to any particular formula or measured amount of quantified "actual" damages.
Some of the issues surrounding the challenges to studies that would scientifically support a marijuana "per se" level include:
Boyles, who oversees the dessert menus at both The French Laundry and Per Se, clearly favors fruit desserts over chocolate.
While the churchmen may be sinful, the Church per se being founded by Christ is one holy Catholic apostolic,' Cruz said.
(4) In short, this Article understands the rule of reason as being a negation of general per se rules, and that is about it.
There are very limited studies focusing on determining heritability of yield per se based on regression approach.
One form of reprisal is called per se reprisal, which one can easily commit without realizing it.
The law recognizes two types of negligence: negligence and negligence per se. Negligence is a civil tort that requires four elements for a plaintiff to prevail: (1) there must be a duty, (2) the duty must have been breached, (3) harm must have resulted from the breach and (4) the breach of a duty must have caused the harm.
Nothing wrong with that, per se, but as reported earlier Nothing wrong with that, per se, but as this column reported earlier this month, Furbar was given up to PS200,000 of public money to bring jobs to the West Midlands.
The Iowa court retained the distinction in the context of "libel per se" cases.