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That action upgrades the status of the Palestinian delegation to the UN, and could have other juridical consequences, too.

Johnson calls it a "juridical word:" and I certainly have no recollection of having met with it, except in judicial proceedings.

His works are voluminous, and upon various subjects, but chiefly historical and juridical.

It will be necessary to state, shortly, the difference between a legislative and a juridical act.

In this respect the work interests a much wider public than is ordinarily addressed by a juridical treatise.

The terms "bankruptcy" and "failure" refer to the application of legislation providing for such juridical conditions.


On this page you'll find 186 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to juridical, such as: argumentative, debatable, dialectic, dialectical, disputative, and juristic.

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