• Studies of Religion
    Dreaming stories * Regarded land as mother, hence is their identity * Acts a dwelling place for ancestral beings * Totems - link people to animal/plant which represent ancestral being. * Ancestral beings – beings that lived in the time of the Dreaming govern the way Aborigines live * Art - communicate...
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  • Local Government
    Under statutory provisions of their creation, local governments are allowed to exercise certain basic powers i.e. police power, power of eminent domain, and taxing power. Decentralization defined Some of the powers possessed by the national government are transferred to the local government...
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  • New Land Acquisition Act
    TA I The Right of Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act, 2013 IN THE COURSE OF JURISPRUDENCE SUBMIITED TO: NIRMA UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF LAW SEMESTER VI UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF Ms. Rejitha Nair Ass. Professor ILNU SUBMITTED...
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  • Empowering the Ayta Community
    the Aytas engage in eco-tourism as a means of livelihood and also as an ecological conservation effort of the land that remains to be the Aytas’ ancestral domain. They have also established nursery sites that provide trees for reforestation of denuded areas. Moreover, some members of the Ayta community...
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  • About life
    The southern boundary abuts farmed areas of the domain but is generally protected by natural features and informal agreement with the Ancestral Domain. Two thirds of the rivers underground catchment lie outside the park, largely in the ancestral domain of Cabayugan, much of which is farmed. Agricultural...
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  • Nature and Authority of Sharia Law
    times. Long after the 10th century the principles of ijtihad continued to be discussed in the Islamic legal literature. Qiya’s; In Islamic jurisprudence, Qiya’s is the process of deductive analogy in which the teachings of the Hadith are compared and contrasted with those of the Qur'an, in order...
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  • Love You All
    number; (g) Recognize, respect and protect the rights of indigenous people to the control, management, use, administration and development of ancestral domains and applicability of customary laws, traditional resource management systems and indigenous knowledge, systems and practices; and (h) Protection...
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  • Berger Paints Pakistan
    INTRODUCTION TO TRADITIONAL ISLAMIC JURISPRUDENCE Fiqh refers to the obligatory social legislations and rituals in Islam. It is a broader concept that involves the rulings of Sharia which are stated in Quran. In Literal terms the word Fiqh means having knowledge about something. The concept involves...
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  • Indigenous Education in the Philippines
    parts of them. They form at present non-dominant sectors of society and are determined to preserve, develop and transmit to future generations their ancestral territories, and their ethnic identity, as the basis of their continued existence as peoples, in accordance with their own cultural patterns, social...
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  • Islamic Banking Issues
    An appropriate legal, institutional and tax framework is a basic requirement for establishing sound financial institutions and markets. Islamic jurisprudence offers its own framework for the implementation of commercial and financial contracts and transactions. Nevertheless, commercial, banking and...
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  • Bioculture
    particular cases. The result is an expansion of standard Darwinian evolutionary theory (which traditionally explains morphological adaptation) to a new domain: namely, animal sociality. Sociobiology has been less successful in its application to human behavior than in its application to non-human systems...
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  • Exam 1 Notes
    classified as hybrids, but they are genetically viable and can mate with each other and create viable offspring. Ants. Red and black ants, their ancestral lineage used environmental cues to make their workers. At some point they hybridized creating offspring with genetics from both. Example of two...
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  • Evolution
    EVOLUTION: The process by which organisms gradually change over time due to different traits inherited from ancestral organisms. It is driven (caused) by differences in both survival and reproductive rates for those organisms—the mechanism that results in evolution of organisms is called Natural Selection...
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  • Bio Chapter 1 Lecture
    six kingdoms •  Each of the six kingdoms can be assigned, on the basis of cell structure, into one of three larger groups called domains 4 Figure 1.14 The three domains of life Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display. Bacteria Archaea ...
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  • Reviewer
    therein, and all other territories over which the Philippines has sovereignty or jurisdiction, consisting of its terrestrial, fluvial, and aerial domains, including its territorial sea, the seabed, the subsoil, the insular shelves, and other submarine areas. The waters around, between, and connecting...
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  • Poli Notes from Up
    insufficient but without striking it down as unconstitutional. The doctrine of separation of powers forbids this court to invade the exclusive lawmaking domain of Congress for courts can construe laws but not construct them. The 6 justices who ruled that RA 6735 is insufficient—cannot waylay the will of 6...
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  • Legal Analysis of Indirect Expropriation Claim Under Korea-Us Fta
    .............................. 1 II HISTORY OF INVESTMENT TREATIES AND EXPROPRIATION……………… 2 III COMPARISON: NAFTA AND U.S. TAKING JURISPRUDENCE…………………. 4 IV NEW TREATY TEXT: INDIRECT EXPROPRIATION UNDER KOR-US FTA....... 8 A. Textual improvements of KOR-US FTA indirect expropriation...
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  • Sex Is Awesome
    c) that the period for an application based on a Spanish title or grant had already lapsed; and d) that the subject property was part of the public domain, which belonged to the State and not subject to private appropriation (Opposition was filed on March 4, 1997).24 3. The Aznar Brothers Realty Co....
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  • The Trichoptera
    systematically, the Trichoptera are considered as the sister group of the order belonging to the butterflies and moths; the Lepidoptera (Bongard 2004). Their ancestral order is thought to have had a trichopteran-like adult, but the larva similar to a lepidopteran (Bongard 2004). In regards to the line leading to...
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  • Ap Bio
    open up with relatively little competition. Evolutionary novelty results from the gradual refinement of existing structures for new functions. ancestral birds may have used wing like forelimbs for courtship. They could also have taken advantage of these enlarged forelimbs to allow for extended hops...
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