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Dedication. Restrictions on Dedication. Limitations in an Implied Dedication

1908 Harvard Law Review  
DEDICATION -RESTRICTIONS ON DEDICATION-LIMITATIONS IN AN IM-PLIED DEDICATION. -A steam railroad constructed a crossing over its right of way, which was owned in fee.  ...  DEDICATION -RESTRICTIONS ON DEDICATION-LIMITATIONS IN AN IM-PLIED DEDICATION. -A steam railroad constructed a crossing over its right of way, which was owned in fee.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1324325 fatcat:qvltvs5cp5f3licboxb3iikogi

Dedication Restricted by the Dedicator

1908 Harvard Law Review  
DEDICATION RESTRICTED BY THE DEDICATOR. -The doctrine of dedication is an anomaly in our law.  ...  DEDICATION RESTRICTED BY THE DEDICATOR. -The doctrine of dedication is an anomaly in our law.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1324953 fatcat:ane63toxyfe2bjyajhhdg25u44

Dedication

Joseph B. Keller, Norman R. Lebovitz, Bernard J. Matkowsky
1990 SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics  
DEDICATION TO BELLE R. AND JOSEPH H. BRAUN The John Marshall Law School with funds to support this annual lecture series. Until his death on January 27, 1989, Mr.  ... 
doi:10.1137/0150019 fatcat:sft675xmh5h3bknei3zbi5puru

Dedication

Chris Cox, Vince Ervin, Max Gunzburger
2004 Computers and Mathematics with Applications  
D e d i c a t i o n It is a pleasure to dedicate this issue of Computers and Mathematics with Applications to the memory of Professor George J. Fix, III.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.camwa.2004.10.001 fatcat:5xomitsv3jhtrp5b433766n7ii

Dedication [chapter]

2016 Hard Scrabble  
doi:10.7560/309353-001 fatcat:iquqnydwd5awfip36iobdba6s4

Dedication

R. Bhatia, C.-K. Li, K. Okubo, M.J. Tsatsomeros
2002 Linear Algebra and its Applications  
doi:10.1016/s0024-3795(01)00457-8 fatcat:pu5iueeowjeg3gxtcp2h6s5qxa

Dedication [chapter]

2021 Beyond Ambiguity  
doi:10.7765/9781526160072.00002 fatcat:36pgv3yd6rhsbokhp6hocdck44

Dedications [chapter]

2021 Shimmer  
This book is dedicated to Peter from the depths of my love.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9781474490412-001 fatcat:d3ztm6g5mjbezn7qwxsjtpr5yi

Dedication [chapter]

2022 Taking travel home  
To Shane, David, Jessica and Chelsea, 'I am so grateful that if all my souvenirs were marked with cups, there would be many more than mile stones from hence to Ampthill'. 1 Le Souvenir I have sometimes sung praises to glory, More often I have sung praises to love: The daughters of memory guided me to them, First one then the other. Destroying everything on his way, The god who banishes pleasures, Warns me that I should at my age Sing praises only to souvenir.
doi:10.7765/9781526155283.00002 fatcat:gbnjwpi2frbz3fta24zxkx3nxq

Dedication

2002 Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics  
This issue of CQ, which we dedicate to him, was his last project. To anyone familiar with modern bioethics, the work of David Thomasma should need little introduction.  ...  There are legions of professional bioethicists, practicing clinicians, and others who owe much of their knowledge and dedication -and perhaps even their initial interest in the field -to David's influence  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0963180102114010 fatcat:xy2igz6s5fde5g7ykkrizottp4

Dedication

1949 German Life and Letters  
doi:10.1111/j.1468-0483.1949.tb01185.x fatcat:du7ec2dvtjgwtcrmzfx347bwpa

Dedication

C.L Dolph, J.S Howland
1987 Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications  
doi:10.1016/0022-247x(87)90111-9 fatcat:rwvrdxu6m5hqrmwy44j7o4tysi

Dedication

Lennox S. Hinds
2006 CUNY Law Review  
DEDICATION Lennox S.  ...  The IADL dedicated the Fourteenth Congress Report of the proceedings to the memories of these three beloved activists and, particularly, to my dear friend and comrade Haywood Burns.  ... 
doi:10.31641/clr100101 fatcat:4jisu7rqifewjo4djiymrck2be

Dedication

Morrell Michael Avram
2003 Kidney International  
doi:10.1046/j.1523-1755.64.s87.1.x fatcat:smvbozuk5jgrrnyfjj6v6qn25a

Dedication

2007 Alter - Journal Europeen de Recherche Sur le Handicap  
We have set ourselves an ambitious objective: that of analysing the relationships between disabilities and societies, in all their dimensions and all their changes. There are numerous aspects to this objective: what populations, what representations, what policies, what economics and what legislations are we dealing with when we talk about disability, not only in Europe, but throughout the world? Gathering reliable data, questioning the notions used, understanding the social mechanisms in
more » ... , standing back to view the situation from a historical perspective, decoding the thought processes involved, demonstrating that the analysis of disability opens up transversal social issues such an undertaking calls upon all fields of human and social sciences. They are called upon to apply their critical capacities, because the specificity of a work of development, without which there is no possible intelligibility, is to stand back and refuse to be taken in by appearances, by what is accepted as obvious, fashionable or in line with any kind of militancy. Our rigorous and scientific objective is thus borne by the necessities of the moment. European countries, and many others too, are at a turning point. We are seeing a shift, a decentring: from definitions of disabled people which are too narrow, towards the unstable situations in which they find themselves; from the analysis of specificities to that of their relation to broader questions; from a conception of human sciences as seen by specialists and specialists alone, towards the shared knowledge of both academics and experienced laymen. This effervescence, created by the people involved, by institutional metamorphoses, by the desire for democracy, by technological opportunities, and by many other things, is forcing both civil society and public organisations to do more, to re-examine the status quo and to break down barriers of all types. It is not just a question of circumstances, but also of the state of research in this field. Despite a relative increase over recent decades, the development, collection and distribution of knowledge relating to disability are still insufficient in European countries. Disability studies are progressing, in various forms, on the basis of the dual principle of listening to people who live these intimate situations, and of bringing them to the fore. These orientations have been fully confirmed, encouraging closer relations and more in-depth discussions between researchers and research units.
doi:10.1016/j.alter.2007.08.002 fatcat:n4gxppmkprdglbijw3r46tovme
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