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Status Quo

 

a term in international law denoting a situation, actual or legal, that exists or once existed and whose reinstatement or preservation is in question. In international jurisprudence the term “status quo ante bellum” is used to denote a situation that existed prior to the beginning of a war.

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Close harmony - Status Quo rockin' all over the Arena last night Rick Parfitt and Francis Rossi in Quo Festive, at the Echo Arena last night Pictures: DAVID MUNN
Israel cannot continue to maintain the support of Europe and the United States as long as it maintains that status quo.
STRIKING A CHORD: Status Quo are still wowing their fans
The calm on the island is due to the stability which the status quo offered and which served everyone's interests.
Shortly after Status Quo release their 75th single, Sea The Stars wins the Derby and Status Quo play a concert at Epsom racecourse.
If individuals have status quo bias, then each individual's choice is based on his/her budget set and his/her unique set of indifference curves, which in turn are based on the reference point established by the individual's experiences and history.
El autor no ofreco soluciones: solo pinta un cuadro do vacio ideologico, en el quo la angustia siempre esta prosento.
State The Quo, from Market Harborough, Leicestershire, will play at the Nags Head, in Queens Road, Nuneaton.
Among the stars given the Status Quo treatment are Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, The Everly Brothers and Mott The Hoople.
DENIM-CLAD rockers Status Quo may not be known for their musical versatility but they have now been Rockin' All Over The World for more than 30 years.
Benedictus es, Domine, Deus universi, quia de tua largitate accepimus panem, quem tibi offerimus, fructum terrae et operis manuum hominum: ex quo nobis fiet panis vitae.
For example, at issue in most cases was whether the winning bid creates the fair market value for the item (possibly resulting in no quid pro quo since the entire amount paid would then be considered an exchange for goods or services) or whether the excess of the amount bid over the fair market value of the item is considered a contribution (a quid-pro-quo transaction).