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  • 21 impartiality of arbitrators — impartialite (франц.) = Unparteilichkeit (нем.) беспристрастность арбитров, отсутствие предвзятости в субъективном смысле (см. bias, а также independence) …

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  • 22 declaration of impartiality — nešališkumo deklaracija statusas Aprobuotas sritis viešasis pirkimas apibrėžtis Viešųjų pirkimų komisijos nario, eksperto ar kito asmens pareiškimas raštu, kad jis nešališkas tiekėjams. atitikmenys: angl. declaration of impartiality rus.… …

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  • 23 impartial — impartiality /im pahr shee al i tee/, impartialness, n. impartially, adv. /im pahr sheuhl/, adj. not partial or biased; fair; just: an impartial judge. [1585 95; IM 2 + PARTIAL] Syn. unbiased, unprejudiced, equitable. See fair1. A …

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  • 24 Criticism of the BBC — Contents 1 Iraq and the Hutton Inquiry 2 Allegations of bias 2.1 Political bias …

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  • 25 Cho Man Kit v Broadcasting Authority — (Chinese: 《曹文傑訴廣管局》 or 《曹文傑訴廣播事務管理局》) was a controversial Hong Kong High Court case involving a homosexual discriminatory admonition, criticising a TV documentary, issued by the Broadcasting Authority. Controversies related to free speech and… …

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  • 26 Humanitarian principles — There are a number of meanings for the term humanitarian. Here humanitarian pertains to the practice of saving lives and alleviating suffering. It is usually related to emergency response (also called humanitarian response) whether in the case of …

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  • 27 Offence of scandalizing the court in Singapore — The courtroom in the Old Supreme Court Building that was used for sittings of the Court of Appeal, photographed in August 2008 In Singapore, the offence of scandalizing the court is committed when a person performs any act or publishes any… …

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  • 28 BBC News — This article is about the organisation within the BBC. For the television channel, see BBC News (TV channel). For other uses, see BBC News (disambiguation). BBC News BBC News logo Type Department of the BBC Industry …

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  • 29 civil service — 1. those branches of public service concerned with all governmental administrative functions outside the armed services. 2. the body of persons employed in these branches. 3. a system or method of appointing government employees on the basis of… …

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  • 30 Comics Guaranty — LLC Type Private Industry Collectibles Founded Parsippany, New Jersey (January 4, 2000) Headquarters …

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  • 31 David Hawker — The Honourable David Hawker Member of the Australian Parliament for Wannon In office 7 May 1983 – 19 July 2010 Preceded by Malcolm Fraser Succeeded by …

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  • 32 Media democracy — is a set of ideas advocating reforming the mass media, strengthening public service broadcasting, and developing and participating in alternative media and citizen journalism. The stated purpose for doing so is to create a mass media system that… …

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  • 33 Provincial Judges Reference — ! bgcolor= 6699FF | Case opinions |The Provincial Judges Reference [the three formal titles of the decision are Manitoba Provincial Judges Assn. v. Manitoba (Minister of Justice) from the Manitoba appeal, R. v. Campbell; R. v. Ekmecic; R. v.… …

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  • 34 David Prosser, Jr. — This article is about the American judge. For other uses, see David Prosser. Justice David Prosser Prosser in March 2011 Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice …

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  • 35 Judicial system of the People's Republic of China — For the Ministry of Justice, see Ministry of Justice of the People s Republic of China. People s Republic of China This article is part of the series: Politics and government of …

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  • 36 Official statistics — on Germany in 2010, published in UNECE Countries in Figures 2011. Official statistics are statistics published by government agencies or other public bodies such as international organizations. They provide quantitative or qualitative information …

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  • 37 broadcasting — /brawd kas ting, kah sting/, n. 1. the act of transmitting speech, music, visual images, etc., as by radio or television. 2. radio or television as a business or profession: She s training for a career in broadcasting. [1920 25; BROADCAST + ING1] …

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  • 38 neutrality — /nooh tral i tee, nyooh /, n. 1. the state of being neutral. 2. the policy or status of a nation that does not participate in a war between other nations: the continuous neutrality of Switzerland. 3. neutral status, as of a seaport during a war.… …

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  • 39 Pius XII — (Eugenio Pacelli) 1876 1958, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1939 58. * * * orig. Eugenio Maria Giuseppe Giovanni Pacelli born March 2, 1876, Rome, Italy died Oct. 9, 1958, Castel Gandolfo Pope (1939–58). Before succeeding Pius XI in 1939, he served… …

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  • 40 Law of Jersey — The Law of Jersey has been influenced by several different legal traditions, in particular Norman customary law, English common law and modern French civil law.[1] The Bailiwick of Jersey is a separate jurisdiction from that of the United Kingdom …

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