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adjud baieti de cartier traducere din south park.mp4
27 May 2011
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A court is a public forum used by a power base to adjudicate disputes and dispense civil, labour, administrative and criminal justice under its laws. In common law and civil law states, courts are the central means for dispute resolution, and it is generally understood that all persons have an ability to bring their claims before a court. Similarly, those accused of a crime have the right to present their defense before a court.Court facilities range from a simple farmhouse for a village court in a rural community to huge buildings housing dozens of courtrooms in large cities.A court is a kind of deliberative assembly with special powers, called its jurisdiction, to decide certain kinds of judicial questions or petitions put to it. It will typically consist of one or more presiding officers, parties and their attorneys, bailiffs, reporters, and perhaps a jury.
9 Aug 2007
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www.donnerprize.com -- Allan Gotlieb, Chairman of the Donner Canadian Foundation states, “This year will be remarkable for a number of reasons. We are celebrating the Donner Prize’s 10th anniversary, and we have five exceptional shortlisted books that grapple with some of Canada’s most pressing public policy challenges.” The Shortlist video delivers the expert opinions of this years jury at the heat of the moment during their their intense jury adjudications. Together with the evocative images, musical score, and flavoured by Colin Mochrie’s narration, the Shortlist Book Profiles are moving tribute to the spirit of the Donner Prize. For more information: www.donnerbookprize.com
30 Apr 2008
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This is from the bulgarian Music Idol 2 / 2008. Lol Jury / adjudicators: POP Star Lucy Diakovska from No Angels ,Vili Kazasian, Philip / Filip Kirkorov, Esil Duran, Funky ... Ivan Angelov , Nora Karaivanova , Denitsa Georgieva , Chanel Erkini, Plamena Petrova , Sonia Membrenio , Maria Ilieva , Anna Topalova , Nora Karaivanova , Stoian Petrov
11 May 2008
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Cola & Mentos Guiness World record in Riga, Latvia on June 19th 2008 set by students of Turiba and Latvian people. Number of participants 1900. Record attempt successfull and officialy registered by the Adjudicator of the Guiness World Record book.
25 Aug 2008
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En 1931, la première démonstration aérienne en patrouille en France a lieu sur le terrain d'Étampes-Mondésir. Elle est effectuée par des moniteurs de l'École de perfectionnement au pilotage sur Morane-Saulnier MS 230. La formation est alors composée de 3 appareils. Devant un succès encourageant, cette patrouille est choisie pour représenter la France lors de meetings internationaux. D'autre part, à Dijon, la patrouille "Weiser", équipée de dix-huit avions (Morane-Saulnier 225 et Spad 510) a la particularité de voler les avions "câblés" les uns aux autres. En 1935, la "patrouille d'Étampes" est convertie sur MS 225 et se développe pour passer à 5 appareils (1936). La "patrouille d'Étampes" rejoint Salon-de-Provence en 1937, prenant l'appellation de "Patrouille de l'École de l'air". La Seconde Guerre mondiale interrompt ces différentes activités. En 1947, le Ministère de l'Air crée une Escadrille de présentation de l'Armée de l'air. Elle est dirigée par le capitaine Perrier, ancien pilote de la Patrouille d'Étampes et équipée de douze Stampe SV4. Devant le succès croissant des représentations, diverses formations voient le jour au sein de l'Armée de l'Air. En 1952, le Commandant Delachenal, pilote de la 3e Escadre de Chasse stationnée sur la Base aérienne 112 Reims-Champagne, forme une escadrille de quatre Republic F-84 G. Lors d'un meeting aérien en 1953 sur le terrain de Maison Blanche en Algérie, le commentateur du show de l'escadrille, emballé par le spectacle qu'il vient de voir la baptise Patrouille de France. Durant les dix années suivantes, quatre escadres de l'Armée de l'Air (la 12e Escadre de Base aérienne 103 Cambrai-Épinoy, la 4e Escadre de Base aérienne 136 Bremgarten ; la 2e Escadre de Base aérienne 102 Dijon-Longvic et la 7e Escadre de Base aérienne 133 Nancy-Ochey) perpétuent tour à tour les traditions de la Patrouille de France et contribuent à son succès international. Pourtant, en 1964, suite à des restrictions budgétaires, la patrouille de Mystère IV, est dissoute. Soucieux de ne pas voir disparaître le nom de Patrouille de France, le Ministère des Armées décide cependant quelques mois plus tard de consacrer la Patrouille de l'École de l'Air. Les six Fouga Magister de la base de Salon-de-Provence vont devenir le flambeau de la voltige aérienne française pendant seize ans. La dernière représentation des Fouga Magister, dont le nombre était passé à neuf, se tient le 16 septembre 1980 à Salon-de-Provence. L'Alpha Jet devient alors le fer de lance de la Patrouille de France en 1981 avec 7 appareils. Ce chiffre est porté à huit à partir de 1982, orchestrée par leur leader, le Commandant Bernard Inge, entouré de ses équipiers : Capitaine Komajda, Capitaine Rejowitz, Lieutenant Genty, Lieutenant Tardiff, Lieutenant Morel, Lieutenant Lacroix, Aspirant Chasseriaux et Adjudant-Chef Veran et n'a pas changé depuis. Un défilé historique a lieu en 1986 au-dessus de la ville de New York.
22 Nov 2008
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historique : 1813 : les terrains marécageux du ruau Sainte-Anne sont concédés à l' hôpital ; 1832 : au cours d' une séance de la société d' agriculture, sciences et arts du département d' Indre-et-Loire, Jean Anthyme Margueron présente un projet de jardin botanique et de naturalisation ; 1838 : le maire de tours, Auguste Walvein fait assécher les terrains de l' ancien ruau ; 1841 : création d' une école préparatoire de médecine et de pharmacie qui rend nécessaire la création d' un jardin botanique ; août 1842 : nouveau projet présenté à la société d' agriculture sciences et arts du département par monsieur de Sourdeval ; l' architecte Chauveau dresse des plans et propose un devis pour l' établissement du jardin botanique ; septembre 1842 : les plans et le devis sont envoyés par la société au préfet ; octobre 1843, septembre 1844 : aménagement du jardin sous la responsabilité de J.A. Margueron, les bâtiments réalisés (pavillons d' entrée, orangerie) ne correspondent pas exactement aux dessins donnés par Chauveau en août 1842, construction des serres ; mai 1866 : plans de Ch. Loyau pour un pavillon abritant une piscine et 2 volières, réalisé fin 1866 ; 30 avril 1869 : incendie des serres et de l' orangerie ; 15 juin 1869 : devis dressé par l' architecte E. Auger des travaux à faire à l' orangerie ; 24 juillet 1869 : adjudication des travaux aux serres et à l' orangerie : les serres sont reconstruites avec agrandissement, l' orangerie est transformée en un jardin d' hiver ; mars 1876 : projet de construction d' une serre à multiplication par H. Prath, cette serre sera construite en 1876, 1877 ; octobre 1888 : plans par H. Prath pour une surélévation de la maison du jardinier en chef (ancienne orangerie) , ces travaux seront exécutés à partir de 1889 ; avril 1890 : projet d' une nouvelle serre à multiplication par Montas, réalisée en 1890 ; fin 1904 : construction d' une serre pour abriter la collection d' azalées qu' Alfred Mame avait constituée dans son château des Touches à Savonnières et qui fut léguée au jardin botanique par son gendre le colonel maître ; 1909 : construction d' un pavillon rustique pour abriter les daims ; 1926 : reconstruction à l' identique de la grande serre ; juillet 1932 : projet de surélévation du toit de la grande serre en lui donnant une forme de comble brisé, non réalisé
18 Aug 2009
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Come Sat, 27 Jun 2009 9:30pm, the Singapore Tourism Board will close the 9-day long Singapore River Festival with a world record magic act held at Central Promenade by the Singapore River. Set to a countdown timer in front of an expected audience of 5000 people, J C Sum & 'Magic Babe' Ning will attempt to perform a world record-setting 15 grand illusions in 5 minutes. The one-off spectacular is aptly entitled The Impossible Record and will be adjudicated by the Singapore Book of Records and the International Brotherhood of Magicians (Singapore & U.S.A). The record is the first ever magic record of any kind to be adjudicated by the Singapore Book of Records and is also being submitted to Guinness World Records. Check out: www.jcsum.com/record.html
25 May 2009
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Hi Im attorney Brian Courtney. What I would like to discuss with you a little bit about is how we do foreclosure defense and why it takes between 12 and 24 months to get an adjudication.
5 Aug 2009
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What Does Islam Say about Terrorism? Islam, a religion of mercy, does not permit terrorism. In the Quran, God has said: God does not forbid you from showing kindness and dealing justly with those who have not fought you about religion and have not driven you out of your homes. God loves just dealers. (Quran, 60:8) The Prophet Muhammad used to prohibit soldiers from killing women and children,1 and he would advise them: {...Do not betray, do not be excessive, do not kill a newborn child.}2 And he also said: {Whoever has killed a person having a treaty with the Muslims shall not smell the fragrance of Paradise, though its fragrance is found for a span of forty years.}3 Also, the Prophet Muhammad has forbidden punishment with fire.4 He once listed murder as the second of the major sins,5 and he even warned that on the Day of Judgment, {The first cases to be adjudicated between people on the Day of Judgment will be those of bloodshed.6}7 Muslims are even encouraged to be kind to animals and are forbidden to hurt them. Once the Prophet Muhammad said: {A woman was punished because she imprisoned a cat until it died. On account of this, she was doomed to Hell. While she imprisoned it, she did not give the cat food or drink, nor did she free it to eat the insects of the earth.}8 He also said that a man gave a very thirsty dog a drink, so God forgave his sins for this action. The Prophet was asked, Messenger of God, are we rewarded for kindness towards animals? He said: {There is a reward for kindness to every living animal or human.}9 Additionally, while taking the life of an animal for food, Muslims are commanded to do so in a manner that causes the least amount of fright and suffering possible. The Prophet Muhammad said: {When you slaughter an animal, do so in the best way. One should sharpen his knife to reduce the suffering of the animal.}10 In light of these and other Islamic texts, the act of inciting terror in the hearts of defenseless civilians, the wholesale destruction of buildings and properties, the bombing and maiming of innocent men, women, and children are all forbidden and detestable acts according to Islam and the Muslims. Muslims follow a religion of peace, mercy, and forgiveness, and the vast majority have nothing to do with the violent events some have associated with Muslims. If an individual Muslim were to commit an act of terrorism, this person would be guilty of violating the laws of Islam. _____________________________ Footnotes: (1) Narrated in Saheeh Muslim, #1744, and Saheeh Al-Bukhari, #3015. Back from footnote (1) (2) Narrated in Saheeh Muslim, #1731, and Al-Tirmizi, #1408. Back from footnote (2) (3) Narrated in Saheeh Al-Bukhari, #3166, and Ibn Majah, #2686. Back from footnote (3) (4) Narrated in Abu-Dawood, #2675. Back from footnote (4) (5) Narrated in Saheeh Al-Bukhari, #6871, and Saheeh Muslim, #88. Back from footnote (5) (6) This means killing and injuring. Back from footnote (6) (7) Narrated in Saheeh Muslim, #1678, and Saheeh Al-Bukhari, #6533. Back from footnote (7) (8) Narrated in Saheeh Muslim, #2422, and Saheeh Al-Bukhari, #2365. Back from footnote (8) (9) This saying of Prophit Muhammad has been mentioned in more detail on this page. Narrated in Saheeh Muslim, #2244, and Saheeh Al-Bukhari, #2466. Back from footnote (9) (10) Narrated in Saheeh Muslim, #1955, and Al-Tirmizi, #1409. Back from footnote (10) for more informations visit http://www.islam-guide.com/frm-ch3-11...
8 Nov 2009
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Getting the Green Card through Marriage is not as easy as it seems. Many people get put into deportation or marriage fraud adjudications.
6 Mar 2010
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http://www.californiaimmigration.us US Immigration lawyer on green card and fraudulent marriage Coffee Talk with Immigration Attorney Brian D. Lerner where you are given information on what will happen if the marriage is fraudulent and how to avoid an adjudication of a fraudulent marriage
30 Mar 2010
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Pendant l’occupation américaine de Bagdad en 2003, l’adjudant-chef Roy Miller et ses hommes ont pour mission de trouver des armes de destruction massive censées être stockées dans le désert iraquien. Ballotés d’un site piégé à un autre, les militaires découvrent rapidement une importante machination qui modifie le but de leur mission.
5 Apr 2010
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BOOK REVIEW ARBITRATION LAW HANDBOOK Edited by Ben Horn and Roger Hopkins ISBN: 978-1-84311-708-7 Informa www.informa.com ARBITRATION LAWS IN OVER 20 COUNTRIES: IN ONE HANDY HANDBOOK An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers In today’s global commercial environment, international arbitration has emerged as an important safeguard for investors. Therefore, the need for a definitive work of reference on arbitration, mediation and adjudication rules is immediately apparent -- and this assistance is what the editors of this ADR volume amply provide as more and more disputes are resolved in this way in preference to the courts. If you’re an arbitrator or arbitration lawyer involved in resolving cross border disputes, you need this book for its rules, particularly if the seat of the arbitration is in a country or jurisdiction other than the one in which you are qualified. In this sense, as the authors point out, the practice of commercial arbitration is unique in that lawyers in one jurisdiction may often conduct arbitrations in another. This one convenient volume contains the arbitration laws of over twenty countries; twenty four, to be precise, from Australia and Austria to the Ukraine, UAE, UK and USA, as well as the main procedural rules used in each. If separate maritime arbitration rules are in place, these are also included. Of particular help or the confused (like us) is the ‘overview’ section at the beginning of each country which sets the scene on the rules. The international section sets out in its entirety, the UNICTRAL Model Law, which has contributed greatly to the harmonization of the laws of international commercial arbitration. Also included among a wealth of other material are the ICSID Arbitration Rules, which apply to the settlement of investment disputes and the WIPO, with its more than 180 members, which pertains to intellectual property disputes. The detailed index of over 30 pages is a particularly useful feature as a shortcut to looking up what you need to know, especially concerning specific rules, in the more than 1,000 pages of this indispensable paperback volume. For shipping lawyers, including ‘in house’ lawyers, as well as arbitrators and dispute resolution lawyers, or anyone involved in negotiating cross border contracts, the ‘Arbitration Law Handbook ‘is a must-have work of reference. As the authors rightly say, the importance today of international conventions and agreements relating to international arbitration cannot be overstated- this handy handbook ensures that they are not with a wealth of detail so well set out!
30 Aug 2010
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BOOK REVIEW CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS By Richard Wilmot-Smith QC ISBN: 978-0-19-957959-4 Oxford University Press www.oup.com BUILDING ON THE SUCCESS OF THE PAST An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers Life at the Construction Law Bar is always an exciting and adventurous place and time to be, and any new piece of literature to add to the sum of our knowledge in this area of law is to be welcomed. Wilmot-Smith’s work is now rightly in its place amongst the standard textbooks on the subject in this fast moving area. There has been a steady stream of significant judicial decision making in the four years since the first edition appeared. And, as Sir Rupert Jackson comments, it shows no sign of that stream abating. Jackson goes on to say in the Foreword that the number of High Court judges assigned to the Technology and Construction Court has been increased to four so an update is welcome at this time as the subject matter retains its economic importance. Other commentators have described this work as a most useful source of reference and we concur. Richard Wilmot-Smith’s endeavours have produced a statement on law and practice which is of even greater value for practitioners and judges in the construction law field, especially with the new chapter on partnering and the re-arrangement of some of the later chapters in the book with additional sections. In just over 600 pages, the 23 chapters offer the guidance one needs for construction cases and the final chapter on adjudication is particularly helpful. Wilmot-Smith had excellent resource help from 20 fellow experts. The new website which allows for immediate updating is now in place and “live” with all the recent changes to make this a thoroughly modern 21st work on construction law.
31 Aug 2010
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BOOK REVIEW INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL MEDIATION Dispute Resolution Guides By Cyril Chern ISBN: 978-1-84311-7599 Informa www.informa.com COURTESY BEFORE BELLIGERENCE…. DO YOU WANT TO GO FIRST? An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers This is a delightful and useful book in the current policy climate for primacy of ADR here in the UK as a device when sorting out contentious matters. We have always felt that mediation is really about common sense and Cyril Chern’s “International Commercial Mediation” fulfils this task brilliantly in 15 chapters littered with samples and examples of what we need when mediating. A CD ROM would be a useful additional tool in what is a great ADR guide for all involved in sorting out arguing parties. The book starts with a short history of mediation as a method of dispute resolution worldwide although author Cyril Chern’s task is to expand the little that has been written about how to mediate and what techniques can be applied to obtain a successful result. Also, little has been written about how to deal with large, complex international commercial disputes and how they are effectively administered. Here, Chern provides the knowledge necessary for those actively involved with ADR as well as those needing to learn the process for membership of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators or the requisite courses for lawyers. In his Preface, Chern highlights two examples of mediation in North America from Toronto and California. Both were successful and form the basis of the book as the result of his experiences… and which we are suitably grateful for as he is a rightly acknowledged expert. The questions he raises are the best checklist of what we need to look for: • How does any mediator know what is the best way to approach any dispute? • How does the average mediator know what techniques may work better or what forms and procedures are better than the ones currently used? • What new methods for effective dispute resolution are available and how are these best out to use? The book is a summary of Chern’s expertise in arbitration, mediation and adjudication across the world and gives this useful pointer- each of us develops their own particular style, procedures and methods and, with mediator training courses, new mediators are at least taught a method of mediation that can be successful. In other words the tricks of the trade are unveiled although we have always thought that mediation has “an individuality” about it because no two cases (or parties) will ever be the same. For those starting out on the mediator road, do look at how Tomlin orders are covered at page 190 and see the excellent samples set out including the Scott Schedule (page 157) and the various draft agreements throughout the book which makes it so valuable to the advocate mediator. Mediation has been with us since the beginning so it predates written history although scholars disagree as to when the first known example of mediation actually occurred. One thing is clear, in a new age when we may be returning to litigation as a last resort rather than a first resort, the polite question ‘do you want to go first?’ will always set the scene for a successful attempt at mediation as the initial courtesy can disarm the belligerent at the outset… and you will need Chern’s guide at the outset, too, for its sage advice and calmness of thought.
1 Sep 2010
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