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1. Your age should not act as a preclusion to you being accepted on the university course.
2. Issue preclusion makes the judicial system running efficiently, the law being steady and authoritative.
3. Once, he encountered preclusion from riots and terrorists in these countries.
4. The doctrine of Claim preclusion is a very important question for discussion in studies of lawsuit, but few people have done research in this field in china.
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5. The theory of issue preclusion is a positive attempt made in order to settle disputes in one action and realize the ideal of litigation economy.
6. A different, and perhaps more common, type of statutory preclusion is legislation that imposes a time limit on efforts to obtain review of an administrative decision.
7. Objective To study the cross contamination of alkaline picric acid in glucose determination by hexokinase(HK) method and its preclusion measures.
8. The Article 26 of the Government Procurement Act about the use of equivalents is made for the restriction of improper competitions and the preclusion of bid riggings.
9. The other legislation is represented by anti-trust law of European Union and preclusion of behavior illegality is used for standard.
10. According to our experiences of computer networks managing and maintaining, we give some methods of preclusion on computer networks obstacle.
11. China should bring in the theory of the issue preclusion validity.
12. The CNI case shows the difficulty of making generalizations about statutory preclusion: ultimately, every case turns on an examination of the meaning of a particular statute.
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