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C-123


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C-123

Apuleius (c.123 ad)

123 (1 Bl., 3 C.)

Apuleius (c. ad 123–after 170)

Apuleius, Lucius (b. c. ad 123)

Apuleius, Lucius (b. c. ad 123)

Kramer and Casper Respond to “A-P-C  …  It's Easy as 1-2-3!”

Invited Commentary: A-P-C … It's Easy as 1-2-3!

ZZ v Canada, Merits, UN Doc CAT/C/26/D/123/1998, (2002) 9 IHRR 369, IHRL 3650 (UNCAT 2001), 15th May 2001, Committee Against Torture [CAT]

Njamba and Balikosa v Sweden, Merits, UN Doc CAT/C/44/D/322/2007, (2011) 18 IHRR 123, IHRL 119 (UNCAT 2010), 14th May 2010, Committee Against Torture [CAT]

Vaid v Canada, Admissibility, UN Doc CCPR/C/96/D/1871/2009, IHRL 123 (UNHRC 2009), 28th July 2009, United Nations Human Rights Committee [UNHRC]

Significance of the Myxovirus Resistance A (MxA) Gene — 123C>A Single-Nucleotide Polymorphism in Suppressed Interferon β Induction of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus Infection

Case of Caesar v Trinidad and Tobago, Caesar v Trinidad and Tobago, Merits, reparations and costs, IACHR Series C no 123, IHRL 1507 (IACHR 2005), 11th March 2005, Inter-American Court of Human Rights [IACtHR]

Manera v Uruguay, Manera Johnson (on behalf of Jorge Manera Lluberas) v Uruguay, Merits, UN Doc CCPR/C/21/D/123/1982, IHRL 2532 (UNHRC 1984), 6th April 1984, United Nations Human Rights Committee [UNHRC]

Griffiths v Jamaica, Merits, Communication No 274/1988, UN Doc CCPR/C/47/D/274/1988, (1994) 1-1 IHRR 123, IHRL 2329 (UNHRC 1993), 24th March 1993, United Nations Human Rights Committee [UNHRC]

Zurich Airport, Flughafen Zürich AG v Germany, Appeal decision, 4 C 6/04, BVerwGE 123, 322, DVBl 2005, 1375-1383, ILDC 2244 (DE 2005), 4th May 2005, Germany; Federal Administrative Court [BVerwG]

Zelaya Dunaway and ors (on behalf of Zelaya Blanco) v Nicaragua, Merits, Communication No 328/1988, UN Doc CCPR/C/51/D/328/1988, (1995) 2 IHRR 123, IHRL 2257 (UNHRC 1994), 20th July 1994, United Nations Human Rights Committee [UNHRC]

 

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A twin-engine STOL assault transport manufactured for the U.S. Air Force by Fairchild beginning in 1954 and known as the “Provider.” The C-123, which could carry sixty-one troops and had ...

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