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US LNG exportation: the regulatory process and its practical implications

Unrestricted Exportation and Some Morals for the Philosophy of Language*

147 By the King. A Proclamation against Exportation of Gold and Silver. [Whitehall 23 March 1615]

Exportation of excess feed from Mediterranean fish farms to local fisheries through different targeted fish species

139 By the King. A Proclamation against the Exportation of Clothes, undyed and undressed contrary to Law. [Westminster 23 July 1614]

141 By the King. A Proclamation prohibiting the Exportation of Sheep, Wools, Wool-fells, and Fullers Earth. [Hampton Court 26 September 1614]

227 By the King. A Proclamation for restraint of the exportation, waste, and consumption of Coin and Bullion. [Greenwich 11 June 1622]

112 By the King. A Proclamation prohibiting the Exportation of Corne and Graine. [Greenwich 2 May 1629]

131 By the King. A Proclamation prohibiting the Exportation of Corne and Graine. [Whitehall 13 June 1630]

146 By the King. A further Proclamation prohibiting the Exportation of Corne and Graine. [Whitehall 25 March 1631]

Adeno-associated virus Rep78 restricts adenovirus E1B55K-mediated p53 nuclear exportation

229 By the King. A Proclamation for the preventing of the exportation of Wools, Wool-fels, Yarn, Fullers earth, and Woadashes, and for the better vent of Cloth, and Stuff made of Wool, within this Kingdom. [Oatlands 28 July 1622]

127 By the King. A Proclamation for the preventing of the Exportation of Woolles, Wool-fels, Yarne, Fullers earth, and Woad-ashes and of Hydes, both tand and raw, out of this Kingdome. [Whitehall 17 April 1630]

Compagnie Noga D'Importation et D'Exportation SA v Russian Federation, Appeal judgment, 361 F.3d 676 (2d Cir. 2004), ILDC 840 (US 2004), 16th March 2004, United States [us]

Protocol between Austria-Hungary, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, the Netherlands, Russia and Spain respecting the Suppression of Bounties on the Exportation of Sugar, signed at London, 12 May 1888

Protocol between Austria-Hungary, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, the Netherlands, Russia, Spain and Sweden-Norway respecting the Suppression of Bounties on the Exportation of Sugar, signed at London, 19 December 1887

 

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An operator is exported from a place within a sentence if it is repositioned so that the whole of the rest of the sentence is within its scope. This may or may not give an equivalent sentence. ‘When they come, they frequently dine’ is equivalent to ‘frequently, when they come they dine’, in which ‘frequently’ has been exported. But ‘when they dine, they are amazingly sick’ is not equivalent to ‘amazingly, when they dine they are sick’. Illicit exportation can easily give rise to fallacies. See also scope.

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