La Loi de modernisation de leconomie du 4 aout 2008 est venue assouplir ces restrictions, principalement concernant le constituant (A) et dans une moindre mesure le fiduciaire (B), sans toutefois revenir sur la prohibition de la fiducie-liberalite et en conservant une polyvalence
de l'institution a ne pas exagerer (C).
24) Shani Berrin's recent article on these texts notes that the Qumran pesharim, in common with later rabbinic petira, includes an awareness of the polyvalence
of the biblical text.
The common flaw of these orientations is that 'they are too strongly committed to the polyvalence
of meaning and to the plurality of languages' (IT 37).
The elusive ijma' principle allowed for polyvalence
, or the presence of multiple, sometimes conflicting, valid interpretations of the Qur'an in one work, which again solidified the Sunni position.
Toutes ne paraitront pas egalement utiles: ainsi des tableaux sur les effectifs cumulatifs ou sur la polyvalence
Ce tableau enrichit ou complete l'information des chapitres precedents et met en lumiere la polyvalence
du champ familial.
Much, though not all, of the chapter derives from known material; the reading itself tends to shun hermeneutic priorities in favour of non-hierarchical polyvalence
Centering on questions of polyphony, mythology, astrology and politics, these critics have come to see the ideological polyvalence
of Calderonian texts.
Given the polyvalence
of De Sica's career as a performer, composer, and director and his role in neorealism, the only figure in world cinema history with whom he is in any way comparable is Chaplin.
Brueggemann continues: "The truth comes relentlessly packaged in ambiguity, inscrutability, polyvalence
In the final emphatic section the polyvalence
of the word noche--Maillol's statue, the transcendent beauty of art, poets'/women's time of self-contemplation, Atencia's creative power--contributes to the intricate textual design that integrates insights into both art and gender.
Plainly, Durling has achieved such a rendering, daring at times to delve into the archaic and strangely Latinate roots of a certain English word, not because of its obscurity but its precise replication of the density and polyvalence
of Dante's usage.