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charta

[kär′tə] pl. chartae
Etymology: L, paper
a piece of paper, especially one treated with medicine, as for external application, or with a chemical for a special purpose, such as litmus paper.

charta

(kăr′tă) [L.]
A preparation intended principally for external application, made either by saturating paper with medicinal substances or by applying the latter to the surface of the paper by adding adhesive liquid.
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Such abuses resulted in the adoption of Magna Charta in England, securing the subject against odious exceptions which is, and for centuries has been, the foundation of English liberty.
1558, 1558 (1701) ("[T]o hinder the course of a navigable river is against Magna Charta.
Denham's reference to Egham Mead and to Magna Charta should be seen in the context of the raging antiquarian legal and political debates of Denham's day.
Applicable Criteria and Related Research: CHARTA, LLC
The Group has been a member of Charta der Vielfalt, a corporate initiative under the patronage of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, since 2013.
Die Menschenrechte der Europaischen Konvention wurden weiter entwickelt und besondere Instrumente fur die nationalen Minderheiten geschaffen, namlich das Rahmenubereinkommen zum Schutz nationaler Minderheiten und die Europaische Charta der Regional--und Minderheitensprachen.
Bastian Baumann, the former head of Europe's respected higher education body the Magna Charta Observatory of Fundamental University Values, believes academics worldwide would be "astonished" to learn of the Welsh Government's intentions.
SEPARATED UNITED FORMS BY DAVID SCHAFER CHARTA (2011)
That was the topic for discussion at the annual signing of the Magna Charta Universitatum at the mother of universities, the University of Bologna, earlier this year.
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The Magna Charta Observatory" of the Bologna process demands an explanation from the present Education Minister Nikola Todorov in connection to the incursion in the Tetovo State University (DUT).
In the same time, the re-centralisation must be avoided and the progress in decentralisation already done must be preserved, also as the local self-sufficiency, according to European Charta of the Local Self-Government.