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bilateral

[bī′lad·ə·rəl]
(biology)
Of or relating to both right and left sides of an area, organ, or organism.
(electronics)
Having a voltage current characteristic curve that is symmetrical with respect to the origin.
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However, Hertz' originality is to bring this to bear on bilateralism.
The principle of bilateralism, as a fundamental principle with characterize the amparo proceeding, requires that the plaintiff that fill the protective action of a right, freedom or guarantee of constitutional value, must individualize the injuring party, which, by its actions or omissions, have caused the seized lesion.
Competition and Bilateralism in Trade Policy: The Case of Japan's Free Trade Agreements.
While traditional bilateralism is on the way out through the front-door, being dominated by the multilateral EU processes, new bilateralism is coming in through the back-door as a way to deal with the ever-growing complexity of the multilateral interactions.
The WTO has demonstrated its role that we needed most amid the growing bilateralism and regionalism trading systems nowadays.
What you are mentioning is one more fact that this is global practice, and, it has to be bilateralism that would ensure the resolution of all India-Pakistan issues," MEA spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin said.
Chari, "Indo-US Nuclear Deal: Seeking Synergy in Bilateralism," (Abington, Routledge, 2009), p.
See Sharon Pardo & Lior Zemer, Bilateralism and the Politics of European Judicial Desire, 17 COLUM.
Whether helping Middle Eastern allies with their security concerns or European friends with economic and political problems stemming from the, economic recession, multilateralism provides Washington with options and leverage in the pursuit of interests, which bilateralism simply does not.
Though mostly found in the left testis, bilateralism has been shown in 25% 3 to 39% of cases.
it follows that, for both accounts, bilateralism is an accident when it
The inability of WTO to deliver has obviously shifted the focus to bilateralism.

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