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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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became known as the Magna Charta, Latin for "the Great
(13) Edward Coke, Coke on Magna Charta (The Second Part of the Institutes of England) (Hawthorne, CA: Omni Publications, 1974), p.
Die Europaische Charta der Regional--und Minderheitensprachen ist als Ergebnis langjahriger Bemuhungen am 5.
Shahid Khan said that "Charta Khanan, Charta Malangan" was produced with an estimated cost of Rs.
John Paul calls the latter the "magna charta of Gospel morality" because it "contains the fullest and most complete formulation of the new Law" (VS, 12).
Marx, por demas, tambien vio este punto central de la misma manera al confrontar la "magra Magna Charta de la jornada laboral establecida por ley"--la cual, como politizacion de la lucha de clases (lucha por una ley parlamentaria), es producto de la solidaridad ("los trabajadores unidos por las cabezas")--con el ampuloso catalogo de los derechos humanos inalienables.
and Ivosevic, V., Academic Malpractice Threats and Temptations: An Essay of the Magna Charta Observatory and The National Unions of Students in Europe (ESIB), Bologna: Bononia University Press, 2007.
Estas zonas son parte de uno de los pocos paramos secos del mundo y se ubican en el departamento de Santander, sobre la Cordillera Oriental de los Andes, en la cuenca alta de los rios Surata, Charta y Frio.
Para fijar el texto se ha valido de la Red Internacional CHARTA, La edicion de textos medievales y clasicos.
(78) Charta OSN, jez predstavuje nedilnou soucast normativniho ramce udrzovani miru, clenskym statum uklada celou radu povinnosti relevantnich pro dany rezim.