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(1) The term ‘continuity’ is sometimes used interchangeably with ‘contiguity’, connoting geographical or topographical proximity. See Waldock, Disputed Sovereignty in the Falkland Islands Dependencies, (1948) 25 B.Y.I.L. 311 esp. at ...
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