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Fear: Anti-Semitism in Poland after Auschwitz, an Essay in Historical Interpretation

The Interpretation of Scripture: In Defense of the Historical-Critical Method. By JosephA. Fitzmyer.

Paul and God's Temple: A Historical Interpretation of Cultic Imagery in the Corinthian Correspondence. By Albert L. A. Hogeterp.

The Interpretation of International Investment Law: Equality, Discrimination and Minimum Standards of Treatment in Historical Context. By Todd Weiler.

Industrial Genotoxicology Group (IGG): The Use of Historical Data in Data Interpretation and Genotoxicity Testing of Biotechnology Products, Royal Society of Medicine, London, UK, December 1995

Interpretation of Judgment No 3, Bulgaria v Greece, Judgment, (1925) PCIJ Series A no 4, ICGJ 238 (PCIJ 1925), 26th March 1925, Permanent Court of International Justice (historical) [PCIJ]

Christianity in the United States; A Historical Survey and Interpretation. By David W. Wills. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2003; English ed., South Bend, Ind.: University of Notre Dame Press, 2005. 102 pp. np.

Interpretation of Para. 4 of the Annex following Article 179 of the Treaty of Neuilly, Bulgaria v Greece, Judgment, (1924) PCIJ Series A no 3, ICGJ 237 (PCIJ 1924), 12th September 1924, Permanent Court of International Justice (historical) [PCIJ]

 

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Hardly a term of art, using historical data to interpret a treaty is no more than applying the cannons of the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties of 23 ...

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