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de jure standard

Hardware or software that is endorsed by a standards organization. "De jure" is Latin for "in law" or "legal." Contrast with de facto standard.
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I call on the authorities of the United States, an observer state at the Council of Europe, to reassess at political level the possibility of doing away entirely with this sentence, in order to abolish it de jure or de facto in those states where it is still applied, or whose law still permits its use, the rapporteur concluded.
The next two governors - Zacaria Candao (1986-1992; 1995-2001) and Norodin Matalam (1992-1995) - held office in Sultan Kudarat, thereby restoring the town's status as both de jure and de facto provincial capital from 1986 to 2001.
Though its statehood is not recognized by either Israel or the United States, it is a de jure state.
Before the backdrop of the tumult between the de facto and de jure state apparatus, the electoral process in Balochistan has also seen the impromptu rise of a new federalist political entity in the shape of the Balochistan Awami Party.
In addition, Muhtaroglu recalled thatduring the last 'census' in 2011, the de jure populationwas found to be 286,257 in total including the foreign workers and students.
Contributors from economics, business, and law take a broad comparative approach to the notion of fiscal federalism, investigating the current de jure and de facto allocations of financial and fiscal powers, as well as the understanding of the functioning of financial relations between different levels of government.
Therefore, whatever knowledge this new generation of Kenyans has of the single-party system that was used to rule Kenya de facto from 1969 and de jure from 1982, can only be gleaned from snatches on the Internet, old newspapers and magazines stored in public libraries, and stories told by parents and grandparents.
KARACHI: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) reserved its decision on Tuesday regarding the maintainability of the plea in reference to Mutahidda Qaumi Movement- Pakistan (MQM-P) determining the de jure convener of the party.Sattar had earlier challenged the ECP's jurisdiction to hear a petition pertaining to the party's convenership on March 1.
Islamabad -- Human rights are threatened by succumbing to rule by the mob as in the recent Faizabad dharna, by a state within state and by the triumph of de-facto state over the de jure.
He added: "This is, therefore, to notify the individuals and or entities and the public that the de jure registered owner of the said parcels is the National Youth Service.
De jure, Almazbek Sharshenovich has returned on a post of chairman of a party from the moment of the end of his presidential powers, that is since November 24," he said.
This research analyses major differences between local accounting legislation (known as de jure harmonisation; Fontes et al.