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They, therefore, refused, but later consented when assured that their information would not be used juridically.
We are told by Paturet that she was "juridically the equal of man, having the same rights and being treated in the same fashion."
To state the ethics of the matter juridically, “there should be an end of litigation”—somewhere.
Further, who can maintain that juridically the last war abolished ipso facto all the cessions of territory previously effected?
Fascism discovers sovereignty to be inherent in society when it is juridically organized as a state.
She was juridically the equal of man, having the same rights, with the same freedom of action, and being honoured in the same way.
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