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  • 9 . " Juges et Universitaires face au droit compar?
  • The mountains are called les juges de paix _ the judges of peace.
  • The theme music was an excerpt from the overture to Berlioz'uncompleted opera " Les francs-juges ".
  • Until 1958, appeals of judgments by " juges de paix ", justices of the peace, and labour tribunal.
  • He characterized juges who have ruled against Kevorkian and Michigan lawmakers who have introduced bills to criminalize physician-assisted suicide as " nutty ."
  • Berlioz claimed to have written the fourth movement in a single night, reconstructing music from an unfinished project  the opera " Les francs-juges ".
  • Les pr閟idents et autres juges d閜ut閟 par le roi, qui avaient seuls droit de juger, se tenaient sur les hauts si鑗es du lieu o?se tenait l 閏hiquier.
  • Later that year or in 1825, he began to compose the opera " Les francs-juges ", which was completed the following year but went unperformed.
  • The necessary and proportionate character of the response is itself subject to the assessment of lower-court juges, and in function of the entirety of the circumstances of fact.
  • The writings of Marie-Joseph Lagrange ( Les Juges ), Albert Condamin ( Isa飁 ), Theodore Calmes ( Saint Jean ), Albin van Hoonacker ( Les Douze Petits Proph鑤es ).
  • They were responsible for the audit and inspection of the mints, and had the " gardes ", later " juges-gardes ", reporting directly to them.
  • On retirement from the Court, Lecourt published " L'Europe des Juges " ( Bruylant, 1976 ), an account of the major decisions and principles of European law targeted at national lawyers and judges.
  • Onslow was an early enthusiast of the music of Hector Berlioz, whose " Eight scenes from Faust " ( 1829 ) and overture " Les francs-juges " ( 1830 ) he praised.
  • He was also President of the Comit?G閚閞al des Juges de la Cour sup閞ieure du Qu閎ec, President of the Family Law Committee from 1983 to 1993 and has been a member of the Rules of Practice Committee since the beginning.
  • Les juges y faisaient 閏rouer des accus閟, les ministres des prisonniers d 閠at, le lieutenant de police ses administr閟, les gentilshommes de la chambre les com閐iens, les cr閍nciers leurs d閎iteurs, et les grands seigneurs leurs ennemis.
  • In septembre 2009, Matthieu Bonduelle, the general secretary of the " Syndicat de la magistrature " ( the first syndicat of juges ) has declared that ?nobody has pronounced himself in aid of a global filing, but, in fact, it is being done . ?
  • Les 閏hiquiers avaient 間alement quelque rapport avec les assises en ce sens que l appel des premiers juges 閠ait port??l 閏hiquier, qui d閏idait, tant au civil qu au criminel, en dernier ressort, c est-?dire que les jugements de ce tribunal 閠aient sans appel.
  • At the end of the 17th century, there were two " juges-gardes " in the " Mint of Pau " of which marc of gold and silver coins sent back to the foundry to be remelted and minted a second time ( as a result of quality issues ).
  • The Freischoeffen also provided the subject for Berlioz's unfinished opera " Les francs-juges ", the overture to which provided the signature tune for " Face to Face ", the well-known early series of British television interviews, conducted by the Rt Hon John Freeman MBE.
  • In England's first printed book, William Caxton's " Game and Playe of the Chesse " the chessmen now known as bishops are described instead as Alphyns, representing judges : " The Alphyns ought to be made and formed in manere of Juges syttynge in a chayer wyth a book open to fore their eyen ."
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