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preamble

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A section preceding the text of a final FDA regulation published in the US Federal Register. The preamble must contain a thorough and comprehensible explanation of the reasons for the Commissioner's decision on each issue raised in comments submitted in response to the proposed regulation.
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272) Which are at article VIII(2) and preambular paragraph 9.
To further guard against unlawful or merely undesirable consequences of indigenous-state conflicts, the DD, which already calls for UN oversight of such conflicts, could add the following to preambular paragraph 17:
It is possible that the four non-NPT states may object to so many preambular paragraphs referencing and drawing upon the work product of NPT meetings.
Security Council Resolution 1037 (1996), 15 January 1996, final preambular paragraph (italics in original).
India did not press for acceptance of the preambular paragraph in the CTBT resolution in order not to delay consensus but reluctantly withdrew its co-sponsorship of the resolution.
On its face, the preambular language seems to add little of value
Also, in a preambular paragraph, the New Agenda picked up on the idea first advanced by UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan to convene an international conference to identify ways of eliminating nuclear dangers.
The Assembly would welcome in the preambular part of the draft resolution Kuwait's hosting of the second Pledging Conference for Syria in January, 2014, and UN and Arab League efforts towards achieving "a solution to the Syrian crisis.
provisions and preambular language mention measures geared towards
273) Staunch ICC proponents argue that the preambular language of the ICC Statute clearly reflects the obligation of the states to prosecute international crimes, and thus such an obligation is unproblematic.
A common sense approach to a revitalized review of the Treaty suggests an article by article approach, factoring in the relevant preambular paragraphs, whereby those articles of the Treaty (such as Article VI on nuclear disarmament) which have yet to be fully implemented could be considered in greater detail.
However, the Council encouraged the parties - Morocco and the Polisario Front - in the preambular part of the resolution to continue in their respective efforts to enhance the promotion and protection of human rights in Western Sahara and the Tindouf refugee camps, and on the steps taken by Morocco to strengthen the National Council on Human Rights.