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  De Jure
The term is various applied; as, a king or officer de jure, or a wife de jure.
A government de jure, but not de facto, is one deemed lawful, which has been supplanted; a government de jure and also de facto is one deemed lawful, which is present or established; a government de facto is one deemed unlawful, but which is present or established.
In this sense contrary of de facto, (which see.) It may also be contrasted with de gratia, in which case it means “as a matter of right,” as de gratia means “by grace or favor.” Again it may be contrasted with de æquitate; here meaning “by law,” as the latter means “by equity.” See Government.
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 Lettonie (12) reconnaissance "de jure" 1921
Le Conseil suprême des Puissances alliées, prenant en considération les demandes présentées à diverses reprises par votre Gouvernement, a décidé, dans sa séance d'aujourd'hui, de reconnaître la Lettonie comme Etat de jure.
Grosvalds, président de la Déléguation lettone à Paris au moment de la reconnaissance "de jure": A la séance du Conseil suprême, "…Aristide Briand avait invité ses collègues à se prononcer sur la question de la reconnaissance des Etats baltes et de la Géorgie, en exprimant lui-même une opinion favorable.
Alors le délégué de l'Italie, le comte sforza, prit la parole et déclara que le gouvernement italien était décidé à accorder la reconnaissance et qu'il agirait seul, même si les autres délégués s'y opposaient.
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De pladetektoniske forhold omkring Australien kan faktisk indeles i to.
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 SoS - State of Sabotage: DE FACTO – DE JURE - Forms of state recognition
International practice distinguishes between de facto and de jure recognition of a new state according to its degree of consolidation as well as its chances of maintaining a stable rule of law.
De facto recognition is essentially a provisional form of recognition.
De jure recognition expresses trust in the stability of the new state.
www.sabotage.at /sos/defacto.php   (244 words)

  
  De jure information - Search.com
The terms de jure and de facto are used instead of "in principle" and "in practice", respectively, when one is describing political situations.
De jure and de facto standards can differ; for example, the U.S. has no de jure language, whereas the de facto language is English.
Similarly, the U.S. de jure standard for measurement of road distances is the kilometer (as the U.S. is party to the Convention du Mètre), but the de facto standard is the mile.
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  DE JURE : Encyclopedia Entry
De jure (in Classical Latin de iure) is an expression that means "based on law", as contrasted with de facto, which means "in fact".
The terms de jure and de facto are used instead of "in principle" and "in practice", respectively, when one is describing political situations.
De jure is also translated as "by law" and de facto is also translated as "in practice".
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 Issues - Web standards (de jure)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
De jure standards are those ratified by recognised international standards bodies such as the ISO and IEEE.
De facto standards are those used by the vast majority of the market, but which aren’t necessarily open or based on any de jure standards.
De jure standards are also required to help prevent ‘lock-in’ - a term used to describe the way some IT suppliers use proprietary technologies to tie their customers to their products, so making it extremely difficult for them to buy from rival suppliers.
www.dnjonline.com /articles/issues/iss4_issues_dejure.html   (495 words)

  
 De jure   (Site not responding. Last check: )
De jure (in Classical Latin de iure) is an expression that means "based on law", as contrasted with de facto, which means "in fact".
The terms de jure and de facto are used instead of "in principle" and "in practice", respectively, when one is describing political situations.
A practice may exist de facto, where for example the people obey a contract as though there were a law enforcing it yet there is no such law.
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 CITES BY TOPIC: de jure
de jure: Descriptive of a condition in which there has been total compliance with all requirements of law.
In this sense it is the contrary of de facto (q.v.).
It may also be contrasted with de gratia, in which case it means "as a matter of right," as de gratia means "by grace or favor." Again it may be contrasted with de aequitate; here meaning "by law," as the latter means "by equity".
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 Patrimoine de France
de Combalat à Des Acres Comte De L'aigle
de Coue à Du Touchet De Courcelles
de Bousson-le Bas à Lac de Bracco
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 [Bezoard.com] Analyses Harry Potter > Le role de Fumseck
Dans le tome 2, il apporte le choixpeau dans lequel se cache l'épée de Gryffondor et crève les yeux du Basilic; dans le tome 4, bien qu'il n'est pas là physiquement, Fumseck se met à chanter, afin d'aider Harry à se sortir à chaque fois vivant de l'épreuve.
Lorsque Harry jure devant Voldemort sa fidélité à son maître Dumbledore, Fumseck apparaît en lui donnant une épée.
Selon les légendes, lorsque le Phénix sentait venir sa fin, il préparait son propre bûcher en rassemblant des branches et s'immolait lui-même en frottant son bec contre du silex.
www.bezoard.com /harry-potter/pensine/le-role-de-fumseck.php   (711 words)

  
 Political Dictionary D   (Site not responding. Last check: )
de facto - Latin phrase meaning by the fact of; in fact, whether right or not.
For example, if a revolution has just taken place in a country, the new government will be the de facto authority, i.e.
De facto is the opposite of de jure.
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 DE JURE AND DE FACTO SALVATION (Trumpet Ministries, Inc. / Word of Righteousness)
Imputed, de jure righteousness is not the Kingdom of God but a provision God has made so people may be able to press forward to the righteousness of behavior that is the Kingdom of God.
The Christian salvation is not de jure deliverance from sin that results in de jure eternal life and a de jure kingdom.
A redemption that remains de jure (a legal but not necessarily actual fact) is, from the standpoint of the Kingdom of God, worthless apart from the development of de facto transformation of character.
www.wor.org /books/d/Djdfsalv.htm   (7393 words)

  
 The Modern Census
There are two methods for enumerating a population: de facto, which allocates persons according to their location at the time of enumeration; and de jure, which assigns persons according to their usual place of residence.
The United States uses a de jure enumeration because it provides a better indication of the permanent population and household composition of an area.
If a de jure census were used, she would be assigned to Kenosha.
www.uic.edu /sph/dataskills/skillbytes/census/census6.htm   (256 words)

  
 Dictionnaire juridique - Définition de De facto, de jure
Dictionnaire juridique - Définition de De facto, de jure
"De facto" et "de jure" sont des expressions latines.
Le sens de ces locutions s'oppose à celui de "de jure" ou à celui de " ipso jure" qui signifient " en droit" ou "de droit" ou encore " de plein droit".
www.dictionnaire-juridique.com /definition/de-facto-de-jure.php   (120 words)

  
 De jure - The Gaiapedia, the community encyclopedia about Gaia Online
De jure is an expression that means "based on law", as contrasted with de facto, which means "in fact".
For instance in General Discussion, a general rule of General Discussion is that is optional to tack the "Discuss" summary at the end of posts, but it is done anyway, especially with prominent users of General Discussion.
Likewise, the discussion of "subjects" that tend to need to be placed in one's Gaia Journal are de jure not permitted, but de facto seem to be a common occurence for many topics in General Discussion.
gaia.wikia.com /wiki/De_jure   (340 words)

  
 Politics from Taiwan » De jure independence
De jure sovereignty is the legal right to do so; de facto sovereignty is the ability in fact to do so (which becomes of special concern upon the failure of the usual expectation that de jure and de facto sovereignty exist at the place and time of concern, and rest in the same organization).
Since ambassadors are only exchanged between sovereign high parties, the countries recognizing the People’s Republic often entertain de facto but not de jure diplomatic relationships with Taiwan by maintaining ‘offices of representation’, such as the American Institute in Taiwan, rather than embassies there.
It is my understanding that “de jure” independence requires that the international community legally and politically treat Taiwan as sovereign country.
jujuflop.yule.org /2006/03/22/de-jure-independence   (3198 words)

  
 De Jure   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Faculty's law journal, De Jure is published with the assistance of Butterworths.
From humble beginnings the De Jure has grown to a nationally-recognised law journal with quality contributions, also from foreign scholars.
De Jure is published in July and December.
www.up.ac.za /academic/law/dejure/eng/abc.htm   (179 words)

  
 Succession of de jure Ecclesiastical Jurisdictions, 1493-1851
Which ecclesiastical jurisdictions were set up that encompassed or touched the present diocese, if only in a vague de jure way.
After 1699, San Xavier del Bac near Tucson was founded by Father Eusebio Kino, S.J. 1718 saw the establishment of Chihuahua and Texas by the Spanish, and by the French, New Orleans; no doubt the impetus for these enterprises was stimulated by the end of the fifteen year long War of the Spanish Succession (1700-1715).
New Orleans under the Spanish regime was placed first under the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the diocese of Santiago de Cuba (founded 1522), then under that of Havana when it was erected in 1787.
www.dioceseofcheyenne.org /history/05dejure.html   (2385 words)

  
 De jure
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 De Jure Regni Apud Scotos   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Original page numbers are enclosed in [brackets] for those who wish to cite the work.
Being a translation, with notes and an Introductory essay, of George Buchanan's "De Jure Regni Apud Scotos"
PART I: (144k) - George Buchanan and the "De Jure Regni Apud Scotos", by Charles Flinn Arrowood
www.contra-mundum.org /books/jure/jure.html   (158 words)

  
 US urged to clearly oppose "de jure Taiwan independence"(04/10/06)
Chinese state councilor Tang Jiaxuan on April 10 called for the United States to clearly oppose and firmly discourage "de jure Taiwan independence" and other secessionist activities.
The U.S. side should "see clearly" the danger and harm of "de jure Taiwan independence" attempted by Taiwan authorities headed by Chen Shui-bian, he said.
Tang urged the U.S. side to clearly oppose and firmly discourage "de jure Taiwan independence" and other secessionist activities in order to maintain peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait and in the Asian-Pacific region.
www.china-embassy.org /eng/xw/t245425.htm   (258 words)

  
 politique, ségolène royal jure de faire mentir les sondages
politique, ségolène royal jure de faire mentir les sondages
ségolène royal jure de "faire mentir" les sondages
(PS) a estimé samedi que l'abaissement de la majorité pénale prévu dans le projet Dati serait "la pire des solutions", proposant à la place un renforcement des moyens de la justice des mineurs et une "sanction au premier acte de délinquance".......
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 de jure definition - Dictionary - MSN Encarta
de jure definition - Dictionary - MSN Encarta
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 'De jure independence' activities threaten stability
The "de jure independence" activities, pushed by Chen through the so-called "constitutional reform", poses grave threat to peace and stability across the Taiwan Straits and in the Asia-Pacific region in general.
"The level and and danger of 'de jure independence' activities, pushed by Chen Shui-bian through 'constitutional reform', continues to rise," says the joint statement.
It says to resolutely oppose and check Chen Shui-bian's activities to push "de jure independence" through "constitutional reform" is the most important and most urgent task at present.
www.chinadaily.com.cn /english/doc/2006-02/28/content_524752.htm   (469 words)

  
 Analysis / De facto, but not de jure - Haaretz - Israel News   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Analysis / De facto, but not de jure - Haaretz - Israel News
The recommendation issued by a team of jurists appointed by the attorney general - to "thoroughly examine" the possibility of formally applying the 1949 Geneva Convention to the territories - indeed requires a thorough examination of all the relevant considerations.
Israel has hitherto preferred the vague formula of applying the convention de facto, but not de jure.
www.haaretz.com /hasen/pages/ShArt.jhtml?itemNo=468451   (726 words)

  
 De Jure Violation - De Jure System, Busing Ch7 page-101
School officials who have operated their districts in good faith under busing orders for a long time should feel encouraged to move promptly to be allowed to have neighborhood plans under the tenor of the Freeman decision, contained in statements such as the following:
112 S.Ct. at 1448: "As the de jure violation becomes more remote in time and these demographic changes intervene, it becomes less likely that a current racial imbalance in a school district is a vestige of the prior de jure system."
Nevertheless, school board members under busing orders are not in the same vulnerable position as the dissenting students, and their parents, who are subjected to busing.
www.enstrom-foundation.org /Book/Ch7/Ch7-p101.html   (335 words)

  
 People's Daily Online -- Taiwan compatriots urged to oppose "de jure independence" of Taiwan   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Central Committee of the Taiwan Democratic Self-Government League and the All-China Federation of Taiwan Compatriots have called on the people of Taiwan at home and overseas to oppose the so-called de "jure independence" of the island.
Liang Guoyang, chairman of the federation, made the call in his address at Saturday's reception to mark the National Day, which falls on Oct. 1.
Taiwan leader Chen Shui-bian, who has been facing mass protests demanding he step down for alleged corruption, has been promoting so-called "de jure independence" of the island.
english.people.com.cn /200610/01/eng20061001_307940.html   (196 words)

  
 Legal Definition of De Jure
The 'Lectric Law Library's Lexicon On * De Jure *
DE JURE - A thing done according to law; by right,; legitimate.
Close it when you're done and you may be back here.)
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 DE JURE SEGREGATION :: AudioEnglish.net dictionary
The noun DE JURE SEGREGATION has 1 sense:
Familiarity information: DE JURE SEGREGATION used as a noun is very rare.
Hypernyms ("de jure segregation" is a kind of...):
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