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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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The Management of University Integrity: Proceedings of the Seminar of the Magna Charta Observatory, 19 September 2007, Bologna: Bononia University Press, pp.
61) Charta Organizace spojenych narodu a Statut mezinarodniho soudniho dvora [online].
on "Theological education and the unity of the church--interdenominational cooperation and ecumenical learning in theological education"; ETE Reference document, "Magna Charta on Ecumenical Theological Education" (2008); http://www.
So an indisputable eligibility rule for a pole vaulter to have reached a minimum height of 7 m in an acknowledged competition clearly links to his desirable conduct (gaining the requested performance), and an equally undisputable eligibility rule for any Olympic competitor to sign an acknowledgement of the Olympic Charta and the subordinate competition regulations to his undesirable forbearance (failure to sign), or the eligibility rules for freshmen athletes in US colleges link to academic progress (38), which clearly only can result from the student's "behavior".
A group of producers in the Rheingau who organized in 1984, Charta (KAR-tah) is dedicated to producing only the very highest-quality wines that are typical of their region (Figure 9.
It was also during this event that the new Charta of the group was adopted, the OIC Ten-Year Programme of Action was established, the present OIC name was changed from the Organisation of the Islamic Conference, and the creation of the long-awaited OIC Permanent Commission on Human Rights.
Taparelli's influence on Leo XIII is evident in the encyclical Aeterni Patris (1879) on restoring Thomistic philosophy and in the Magna Charta of Catholic social thought, Rerum Novarum (1891), (4) the last draft of which was written by Taparelli protege Matteo Liberatore.
Charta je strucne vyjadrenie zasad, ktore by mali podporit medzinarodnu spolupracu v oblasti energetiky, na zaklade spolocneho zaujmu v oblasti bezpecnosti dodavok energie a trvalo udrzatelneho hospodarskeho rozvoja.
The Canadian Charta of the Rights and Freedoms (1982), for instance, guarantees Minority Language preservation and enhancement of the multicultural heritage of Canadians.
improve the indices, evaluations of where -you-publish-what-I-couldn'tcare-less, careers conceived of as exhilarating but flattened at the low positions in most situations" ["The role of universities as promoters of values", en Making the Magna Charta Values Operational, Proceedings of the Conference of the Magna Charta Observatory 16-17 September 2010, P.
3) Ofrecemos nuestra lectura en presentacion critica de acuerdo con los criterios de edicion de la red CHARTA, disponibles en http://www.