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comity

the policy whereby one religious denomination refrains from proselytizing the members of another
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In the United States, application of comity rests upon an inquiry into whether a foreign law or judgment has been the product of what we consider to have been basic 'due process', which is part of our Bill of Rights.
law known as comity. (13) Comity is the principle that courts should
Earlier, when the results were declared, Akbaruddin had said that the victory is a reflection of India's position in the comity of nations.
O'Reilly-Morshead [788 CA18-00071], the Fourth Department Appellate Division looked to comity conventions in determining equitable distribution in a divorce.
He said that Pakistan has suffered from global contestation but we are poised to claim our rightful place in comity of nations through commitment to peace and stability both within and without.
He said that Pakistan has suffered from global contestation but "we are poised to claim our rightful place in the comity of nations through a commitment to peace and stability both within and without".
We hope in future this momentum will continue and Pakistan will surely gain its lost place in the comity of the nations.
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He argued that the review of the Olubadan Chieftaincy Declaration of 1959 and eventual installation of 21 Ibadan Obas was meant to uplift the status of Ibadan in the comity of states.
The constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra said that there should be comity in the administration of the national capital and the difference of opinion between the Lt.