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  • 21 Essentially contested concept — In a paper delivered to the Aristotelian Society on 12 March 1956, [Published immediately as Gallie (1956a); a later, slightly altered version appears in Gallie (1964).] Walter Bryce Gallie (1912 ndash;1998) introduced the term essentially… …

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  • 22 Social inequity aversion — Inequity is injustice or unfairness or an instance of either of the two. [Merriam Webster Online. [http://m w.com/dictionary/inequity “Inequity.”] 3 Dec 2007.] Aversion is “a feeling of repugnance toward something with a desire to avoid or turn… …

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  • 23 Re Saul D Harrison & Sons plc — [1995] 1 BCLC 14, [1994] BCC 475, is a UK company law case on an action for unfair prejudice under s.459 Companies Act 1985 (now s.994 Companies Act 2006). It was decided in the Court of Appeal and deals with the concept of members of a business… …

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  • 24 Directors' duties — are a series of statutory, common law and equitable obligations owed primarily by members of the board of directors to the corporation that employs them. It is a central part of corporate law and corporate governance. Directors duties are… …

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  • 25 Equity-Theorie — Die Equity Theorie (Theorie zum Gleichheitsprinzip der Gerechtigkeit) ist eine Prozesstheorie von John Stacey Adams in der Sozialpsychologie. Sie versucht zu erklären, wie der Entstehungsprozess der Motivation verläuft. Personen trachten in… …

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  • 26 Interpreting contracts in English law — is an area of English contract law, which concerns how the courts decide what an agreement means. It is settled law that the process is based on the objective view of a reasonable person, given the context in which the contracting parties made… …

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  • 27 Norbert Copray — Dr. Norbert Copray 2007 beim Vortrag Norbert Copray (* 5. August 1952 in Hildesheim) ist ein deutscher Philosoph, Sozialwissenschaftler, Theologe, Führungs und Lehrcoach sowie Publizist. Inhaltsverzeichnis …

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  • 28 inequity — noun Date: 1556 1. injustice, unfairness 2. an instance of injustice or unfairness …

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  • 29 injustice — noun Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French, from Latin injustitia, from injustus unjust, from in + justus just Date: 14th century 1. absence of justice ; violation of right or of the rights of another ; unfairness 2. an unjust act ; wrong …

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  • 30 Adolphe Thiers — Louis Adolphe Thiers President of the French Republic Co Prince of Andorra In office was Chief of Executive Power from 17 February to 30 August 1871 …

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  • 31 Ultimatum game — The ultimatum game is an experimental economics game in which two players interact to decide how to divide a sum of money that is given to them. The first player proposes how to divide the sum between themselves, and the second player can either… …

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  • 32 Drona — This article is about Dronacharya. For other uses, see Drona (disambiguation). In the epic Mahābhārata, Drona (Sanskrit: द्रोण, droṇa) or Dronacharya (Sanskrit: द्रोणाचार्य, droṇāchārya) was the royal guru to Kauravas and Pandavas. He was a… …

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  • 33 Early Admission Scheme (Hong Kong) — The Early Admission Scheme (or simply EAS ), held by the University Grants Committee in Hong Kong SAR, China, enables students to enter the University of Hong Kong, the Chinese University of Hong Kong or the Hong Kong University of Science and… …

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  • 34 Forum non conveniens — (Latin for inconvenient forum or inappropriate forum ) is a discretionary power of mostly common law courts to refuse to hear a proceeding that has been brought before it. The courts will refuse to take jurisdiction over matters where there is a… …

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  • 35 Evidence (law) — The law of evidence governs the use of testimony (e.g., oral or written statements, such as an affidavit) and exhibits (e.g., physical objects) or other documentary material which is admissible (i.e., allowed to be considered by the trier of fact …

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  • 36 Kelly Lamrock — Infobox Politician name = Kelly Lamrock small| caption = birth date = birth place = residence = office1 = MLA for Fredericton Fort Nashwaak (old boundaries) term start1 = 2003 term end1 = 2006 predecessor1 = Eric MacKenzie successor1 = riding… …

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  • 37 Constanze Mozart — by her brother in law Joseph Lange (1782) Constanze Mozart (née Weber) (5 January 1762 – 6 March 1842) was the wife of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Contents …

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  • 38 Rollye James — Infobox Radio Presenter name = Rollye James imagesize = 200px caption = Rollye James 2008 birthname = birthdate = birthplace = deathdate = deathplace = show = The Rollye James Show station = Talk Radio XM165 America s Talk XM158… …

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  • 39 Morguard Investments Ltd. v. De Savoye — Supreme Court of Canada Hearing: April 23, 1990 Judgment: December 20, 1990 …

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  • 40 Sonnet 66 — Sonnet|66 Tired with all these, for restful death I cry, As, to behold desert a beggar born, And needy nothing trimm d in jollity, And purest faith unhappily forsworn, And guilded honour shamefully misplaced, And maiden virtue rudely strumpeted,… …

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