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1 He held power de jure and de facto .
2 The Synod's declarations prevailed de jure but not de facto in the Roman Catholic Church down to the Reformation era.
3 The President aims to create a de jure one-party state.
4 De jure censorship is an unquestioned evil in itself.
5 In the South, the de jure segregation of the past has been readily admitted, and even lauded,(www.Sentencedict.com) by segregationists.
6 He is the de jure owner of the property.
7 The Danish king remained the de jure sovereign of the nation until 1944, when the current republic was founded in the absence of Danish authority.
8 Though the king de jure retained the Mandate of Heaven, de facto the title held no real power.
9 This meant Taipei would not seek de jure independence through means including changing the name of the island or holding a referendum on sovereignty-related matters.
10 Which branch of government determines who has sovereignty de jure over a piece of land?
11 Managing state affairs de jure and by benevolent rule reflects the great progress and perfection in the administrative theory.
12 It takes quite a long process for de jure equality to be transformed into de facto equality. There is a lot more for us to do.
13 He was de jure prime minister , but de facto president.
14 States shall ensure that de facto and de jure discrimination on the above grounds is prohibited and that all persons, including refugees and displaced persons, are considered equal before the law.
15 The country has de facto independence now, and it will soon be recognized de jure by the world's governments.
16 The school desegregation crisis persisted after Little Rock, as southern states searched for ways to maintain de jure segregation.
17 The application should be able to process meaningfully any stream of bytes you send it that it does not reject as de jure invalid.
18 The Gaza Strip is unusual in being a densely settled area not recognized as a de jure part of any extant country.
19 Some scholars thought in our country still under the imperfect market economy system, should not act with undue haste to one-man company's de jure recognition.
20 In all things which regard the external relations of the individual, he is de jure amenable to those whose interests are concerned, and if need be, to society as their protector.
21 Based on the competition policy, it shall be divided into de facto distinctiveness and de jure distinctiveness.
22 Punishment can be divided into : the de facto and de jure disciplinary punishment.
23 I think most observers, whether they are black or white or European or whatever, would say that a lot of black progress has been due to the Civil Rights Act, because of changes in de jure segregation.
24 And we expect the de facto easing in policy controls (from the aggressive stance announced late last year) will become de jure as well sometime in 2Q.
25 So in all of the plaintiffs' claims here rest on an assertion of de jure sovereignty.
26 THE COURT: Yes, I understand that's your position, but it's for the political branches to make the determination who has sovereignty de jure , right?
27 Since there is no single, definitive resource regarding SOA, the term SOA has been commandeered to represent the interests and agendas of many; such is the problem of de jure standards.